In Pacquiao vs Marquez 4, most of the audience believed that Marquez was the winner. A number of the audience reacted to the choice by hurling food, beer, and ice; a can of beer hit a ringside writer, although no report of any accidents exists. The Ring, which produces its very own version of boxing's lineal championships, scored the bout in several methods: its editor, Michael Rosenthal, scored the bout one hundred fifteen-113 for Pacquiao; two of its writers, Lem Satterfield and Mike Koppinger, scored the bout 117-111 and a hundred and fifteen-113 for Marquez, respectively, and one other author, Doug Fischer scored it a draw.
Some Filipino TV information networks as well as their internet news websites confirmed photos of Marquez stepping on Pacquiao’s foot six times. Nonetheless, such occurrences are common between orthodox and southpaw fighters because they attempt to maintain their lead foot at first glance of their opponent's.
Freddie Roach has addressed the Juan Manuel Marquez "foot-stomping" concern which has grow to be a significantly mentioned topic among Manny Pacquiao followers; he understands that when southpaws and orthodox battle, feet will inevitably collide. Consistent with Compubox, Marquez was outlanded a median of three punches per spherical (14 to eleven punches landed). Pacquiao also threw 142 punches a lot more than Marquez and landed 38 more punches connecting at a better share rate in power shots than Marquez and though Marquez landed in a higher rate in jabs was outlanded fifty nine to 38.