Manny Pacquiao Wins Unanimous Decision Over Timothy Bradley

By Noy Atias

Manny Pacquiao returned to the ring Saturday night and dominated a game Timothy Bradley in the final fight of their trilogy. The judges all turned in identical scorecards of: 116-110, which is also the way I scored it.

It was Pacquiao’s first trip to the ring since a loss to Floyd Mayweather nearly a year ago and the 37-year-old looked sharp once he settled in. He put Bradley on the canvas twice, once in the seventh round and again in the ninth. He also had Bradley hurt late in the 12th round, but didn’t have the time to put Bradley away.

Pacquiao (58-6-2) landed 92 of 201 power shots, good enough for a ridiculous 45.8 percent. Bradley (33-2-1, 1 no contest) was certainly locked in to the fight and determined, but the Pac-man was just too good.

While Pacquiao has claimed this would be his final fight, it would be difficult for him to walk away after such a stellar performance.