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*The fight generated 1.25 million Pay-Per-View buys and $70 million in pay-per-view revenue.
 
*The fight generated 1.25 million Pay-Per-View buys and $70 million in pay-per-view revenue.
* It is the fourth time in boxing Pay-Per-View history that a non-heavyweight event has attained the one million buy mark.
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* It is the fourth time in boxing Pay-Per-View history that a non-heavyweight event has attained the one million buy mark. De la Hoya announced his retirement after this bout and declared his attention will be only be on promoting.
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--[[User:Kingofkings|Kingofkings]] 20:00, 29 April 2011 (UTC)

Revision as of 20:00, 29 April 2011

CompuBox Punchstats'
Total Punches De La Hoya Pacquiao
Landed 83 224
Thrown 402 585
Pct. 21% 38%
Jabs De La Hoya Pacquiao
Landed 32 29
Thrown 238 252
Pct. 13% 12%
Power Punches De La Hoya Pacquiao
Landed 51 195
Thrown 164 333
Pct. 31% 59%

2008-12-06 : Oscar De La Hoya 145 lbs lost to Manny Pacquiao 142 lbs by RTD at 3:00 in round 8 of 12


Related Video

Part 1 Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya
Part 2 Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya
Part 3 Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya
Part 4 Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya


Bout Summary

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The quicker Pacquiao got off to a strong start, connecting with clean straight left leads and continually beat De La Hoya to the punch. Oscar got on track a bit in round five landing one good flurry, but Pacquiao regained command in the sixth round and mercilessly battered De La Hoya on the ropes in the seventh round. De La Hoya's left eye was swelling shut. It was again all Pacquiao in round eight and De La Hoya's corner stopped the fight after the eighth round.

Comments

  • The fight generated 1.25 million Pay-Per-View buys and $70 million in pay-per-view revenue.
  • It is the fourth time in boxing Pay-Per-View history that a non-heavyweight event has attained the one million buy mark. De la Hoya announced his retirement after this bout and declared his attention will be only be on promoting.

--Kingofkings 20:00, 29 April 2011 (UTC)