08 May '11, 9pm

Power Pac - TODAYonline

LAS VEGAS - Manny Pacquiao caught Shane Mosley early, then chased him the rest of the night. Not much more he could do against an ageing fighter who seemed only to want to survive. Pacquiao won a lopsided 12-round decision (yesterday morning, Singapore time), retaining his version of the welterweight title in a fight that was roundly booed over the late rounds because Mosley refused to trade punches. Pacquiao won every round on two ringside scorecards in extending the remarkable run that has made him the most exciting fighter in the sport. He also won the ungrudging respect of a veteran fighter who has been in the ring with some of the best in the world. "I fought the best fighter in the world," Mosley said. "He has exceptional power ... I've never been hit like this before." Mosley was tentative from the opening bell, unwilling to engage Pacquiao. With good reason, becaus...

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