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Former boxing judge weighs in on Pacquiao-Bradley controversy
Former boxing judge weighs in on Pacquiao-Bradley controversy

AIR DATE: June 18, 2012

The crowds at MGM Grand on Saturday as well as many boxing experts were positive that Manny Pacquiao beat Timothy Bradley in their 147 pound bout. But the judges saw otherwise and gave Bradley the victory. Since the decision, sports writers, fans and even politicians have questioned the decision, calling it one of the worst they've ever seen. But what does a fight look like through a judges eyes? Chuck Giampa has judged more than 100 fights in Las Vegas and around the world. He joins us to talk about the decision and what goes into accurately judging a boxing match.
Chuck Giampa, former boxing judge
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