Pacquiao vs. Rios results recap: HBO Boxing PPV event wrap up from China

Nicky Loh

Need links? We've got 'em. Let's wrap up the Pacquiao vs. Rios boxing showcase from this past Saturday night, shall we?

That's a wrap.

Although Manny Pacquiao entered his WBO International welterweight title bout against Brandon Rios riding a two-fight losing streak, the second of those losses coming by way of a devastating one-punch knockout, you wouldn't have known it watching him on HBO boxing pay-per-view (PPV) this past Sat., Nov. 23, 2013, at The Venetian in Macau, China.

That's because he looked like the Filipino fighting machine of old.

Indeed, "Pacman" got back on his horse and rode his way to a 12-round unanimous decision victory over "Bam Bam" in a performance that emphatically proclaimed his return to prominence.

As if there was any doubt.

There was a lot to digest from Pacquiao's return to the winner's circle this past weekend overseas. And since you, the fight fan, may have been enjoying your weekend off from Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) competition, we've gone ahead and compiled a neat and tidy link dump for your disposal.

Take a look!


Pacquiao vs. Rios Results

Live results and blow-by-blow

Main event fight recap

Full fight video highlights

Post-fight press conference video

Fight night photo gallery

Pacquiao vs. Rios Aftermath

Pacquiao made $18 million sans U.S. taxes

What's next for Pacquiao and Rios?

Sooo ... about last night

Floyd Mayweather chose Glory 12 over Pacquiao vs. Rios


That does it for this one.

Until next time.

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