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== Comment(s): ==
 
== Comment(s): ==
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- Morales escapes being knocked down twice earlier in the fight, once by holding on to the ropes and once by falling on the referee's body.<br>
 
- Morales escapes being knocked down twice earlier in the fight, once by holding on to the ropes and once by falling on the referee's body.<br>
 
- Pacquiao knocked Morales down once early in the 10th round, and finished Morales with the final knock down with 2:33 to go in the 10th causing Bayless to stop the bout.
 
- Pacquiao knocked Morales down once early in the 10th round, and finished Morales with the final knock down with 2:33 to go in the 10th causing Bayless to stop the bout.
 
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== External Link(s): ==
 
== External Link(s): ==
 
[http://www.boxingtimes.com/analyses/2006/060121morales_pacquiao2.html The Boxing Times analysis (Pacquiao TKO's Morales In Ten - John Gregg)]
 
[http://www.boxingtimes.com/analyses/2006/060121morales_pacquiao2.html The Boxing Times analysis (Pacquiao TKO's Morales In Ten - John Gregg)]

Revision as of 05:14, 29 June 2008

2006-01-21 : Manny Pacquiao 128½ lbs beat Erik Morales 130 lbs by TKO at 2:33 in round 10 of 12

Weigh-in photo
  • WBC International Super Featherweight Title (1st. defending of Pacquiao)
  • WBC Super Featherweight Title Eliminator
  • Time: 2:33
  • Weights: Pacquiao 128.5 lbs, Morales 130 lbs


Comment(s):

Pacmanmorales2poster.jpg

- Morales escapes being knocked down twice earlier in the fight, once by holding on to the ropes and once by falling on the referee's body.
- Pacquiao knocked Morales down once early in the 10th round, and finished Morales with the final knock down with 2:33 to go in the 10th causing Bayless to stop the bout.

External Link(s):

The Boxing Times analysis (Pacquiao TKO's Morales In Ten - John Gregg)