Australian Jeff Horn (L) connects with Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao's (R) head.
Valcarcel also backed the three scoring judges of Pacquiao-Horn; Chris Flores, Ramon Cerdan and Waleska Roldan, whose 117-111 tally has come under considerable fire. "Those scores, that card?" he said, "It should be the other way".
Though Horn had one puffy eye in front of his compatriots during the parade, still Brisbane feted him, having attracted 51,025 in Suncorp Stadium, a TV audience of more than 500 million and promoted their city to the world.
Horn can't see Pacquiao retiring any time soon.
Fortune said Pacquiao should have taken any risk out of the equation.
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Sadly, in boxing, it is the fighter who is the last to know. Sports earlier this week. "I love boxing and I don't wanna see it dying because of unfair decisions and officiating".
"And if that doesn't work, I will lobby the Immigration Minister Peter Dutton not to allow Teddy Atlas through our border". His final bout at age 36 in May 1971 ended in a loss against Hiruyuki Murakami.
"You're not supposed to get it for trying hard".
Boxing giveth, and boxing taketh away. He's just always going like crazy.
The line was super long - but Manny kept reaching to his stack and handing out bills to everyone who waited.
Friends along the murky fish section were one in claiming Pacquiao had clearly been cheated.
"That's the decision of the judges".
If not, that's fine as well.
Scoring boxing is a flawed, subjective science - worse than that if you believe the conspiracy theorists. The 12th round, Jeff really won.
However, Horn says Pacquiao is an "absolute warrior".
Horn immediately tried to rough up the smaller, all-too-polite Pacquiao. In the case of Pacquiao, he became human and grew old in the ring.
But Pacquiao inexplicably never did anything about it, either.
The Philippines Games and Amusements Board (GAB) said it based the request on protecting boxing's integrity, citing possible miscalls by the referee and judges.