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Floyd Mayweather reportedly scores Manny Pacquiao vs Tim Bradley 3 a draw

SB Nation logoSB Nation 12/04/2016 Milan Ordoñez

© Patrick McDermott/Getty Images An anonymous source says Floyd Mayweather Jr. scored the recently concluded rubber match between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley a draw.

On Saturday night, Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao ended his two-decade boxing career on a high note through a unanimous decision victory over Timothy Bradley.

Scoring two official knockdowns during the fight, "Pacman" was handed a unanimous decision verdict, with all three judges giving him a 116-110 tally. But apparently, not everyone agrees to the judges' verdict, and one of them being Floyd Mayweather Jr.

In a report by ESPN, an anonymous source close to Mayweather says the retired undefeated boxer had actually scored the said about a draw:

"And according to a person privy to the conversation, Mayweather told Bradley he thought the fight was much closer than the official scorecards -- all three judges had Pacquiao winning 116-110. In fact, Mayweather told Bradley his own scorecard had the fight a draw.

"Go home and watch the replay with the sound off,'' Mayweather is said to have told Bradley, indicating he believed the raucously pro-Pacquiao crowd had influenced the judges."

In another interview with Fight Hype , Mayweather did not specify how he scored the contest, but did say that the fight was "a lot closer than the judges had it."

"Honestly, I thought the fight was a lot closer than they had it," Mayweather said. "But, you know, in boxing, you win some, you lose some."

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