The dust has finally settled on Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao ... barely.
It was a 12-round Welterweight championship unification match for the ages that failed to live up to its incredible hype. Nonetheless, both fighters delivered worthy performances last night (May 2, 2015) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In the end, Mayweather fought his trademark fight, preventing the typically-furious Pacquiao from being able to put anything together and ultimately holding him to career lows in connect percentage (19 percent) and total punches landed (81). As the old saying goes: You can't hit what you can't see.
Speed, and discipline, kills.
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Shortly after the unanimous decision was read in favor of Mayweather, the two fighters made their way to the final post-fight press conference alongside their entourages. For Mayweather Promotions, it was company CEO Leonard Ellerbe and head trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. And representing Team Pacquiao, it was Top Rank's head cheese Bob Arum with the Filipino's head trainer Freddie Roach.
Both fighters talked about their respective performances, including Pacquiao reiterating that he thought he won the match. In addition, "Pac Man" revealed a shoulder injury that could have impacted his performance. And, of course, both fighters talk about what their fight futures might hold.