Pacquiao Vs. Bradley Results: Bob Arum 'Ashamed' Of Boxing Following Decision

Bob Arum isn't the kind of guy who keeps his mouth shut, not when he's happy, not when he's upset and certainly not when his top drawing star loses by controversial decision. And that's exactly what happened to Bob tonight in Las Vegas when Manny Pacquiao was robbed of his deserved victory over Timothy Bradley.

Bad Left Hook points us in the direction of a few tweets that express just how upset Arum (who says he had the fight 10 rounds to 2 for Manny) is about the way things went down:

I'm sure we'll here much more from Arum over the coming days as he tries to deal with the aftermath of a Pacquiao loss.

He does have the rematch, which will surely do good business, to help him sleep at night.


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