Manny Pacquiao defeated Shane Mosley by unanimous decision. It was by far one of the most BORING fights Pacquiao had fought in, second to his match against Joshua Clottey. Shane Mosley looked like he had potential until he was knocked down with a left hook in the third round. It was the earliest knock down Mosley had experience in his career and it was his first knock down in nine years, fourth in his entire career.
With that said Manny Pacquiao wanted to KO Shane Mosley, which has never happened to him. Manny Pacquiao, being the exciting fighter that he is, threw punches after punches at Mosley, whom never recovered from the third round knock down. In the end, Mosley survived Manny's punches, even after angrying Pacquiao, whom Mosley "knocked down" in the tenth round, but clearly, looking at the reply was a push down.
Insulted, Pacquiao brought a Tsunami of punches upon Mosley for the final two rounds, proving the knock down was a false call by referee Bayless. In the end, Mosley was indeed a washup and the fight never should have happened. Blame Mayweather's refusal to renew talks about fighting Pacquiao, who agreed to a blood test afterall, and his legal troubles. Blame Bob Arum for setting up the match. At the end of the match, Manny was upset at the boos, because his job was to entertain the crowd. Pacquiao did his job, but Shane Mosley never showed up.
I also want to note that, Showtime Pay-Per-View Boxing is so inferior to HBO Pay-Per-View. HBO seems to promote boxing matches better than Showtime. Maybe HBO knew that this matchup was a dud from the beginning it was arranged, I sure did.
In the end, the match and the the boxing world made BANK ($20 millions Pacquiao/$5 million Shane Mosley), and the fans loss. Only time will tell when a Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather match will happen! Until then, Bob Arum please don't arrange a fight against a boxer near their 40s, and yeah im talking about arranging a third match with Juan Manual Marquez.