Everyone was emotional after the controversial ending to the year's biggest boxing match, a majority decision in favor of Manny Pacquiao over Juan Manuel Marquez, heck, Marquez is threatening to retire he's so upset over the outcome. The scene afterwards was indicative of a fight like this: confusion, an unsatisfying post-fight interview (by, of all people, Mario Lopez), with both fighters telling different stories of what happened in the ring.
Here is Pacquiao's post-fight interview, sponsored by his promoter, Bob Arum, who is Public Enemy No. 1 in Mexico today:
Hard-hitting journalism from A.C. Slater there. After the scrum, in the press room, Marquez told the world he felt he was robbed, saying "everyone knows I won."
"I'm happy about my performance after tonight, and honestly, I don't know what I need to do to change the mind of the judges," Marquez said through a translator, clearly emotional after being "robbed," as he said. "What we need to do is sit down with my family and my camp and make a decision to continue with this sport or just simply retire." You can see the full post-fight press conference here.