Jeff Horn will beat Manny Pacquiao again, says trainer

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Brissy Boy Jeff Horn Unfazed By Claims The Pacquiao Fight Was A Stitch-Up

"I'm gonna have a long talk with him over that, because I think maybe being a senator and being a fighter, both is just maybe too much", added Roach.

When he returned, it was clear that was Pacquiao's final flurry. He was much tougher than I expected. "It's OK, it's part of the game".

An emotional Horn brandished a walking stick as he also called out the undefeated Mayweather, who has come out of retirement at 40 years of age for a 12-round crossover boxing match against mixed martial arts champion Conor McGregor.

A unanimous decision for the WBO welterweight title was handed down in favor of the 29-year-old Australian on Sunday, July 2, but Atlas did not mince words at ringside as he let the world know of his disagreement with the judges. "The walking stick or the gloves?" the Queenslander said.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman, Ernesto Abella, said the loss "would not diminish the honors he bestowed to the people and to the flag".

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The Australian responded by paying tribute to his rival, describing him as "an absolute warrior, a legend of the sport".

While it's great to have a vocal champion like Horn stand in opposition to Pacquiao's queerphobia, Horn's weekend victory against Pacquiao was a controversial win by decision.

Pacquiao's Australian coach, former heavyweight boxer Justin Fortune, had described the referee as "sketchy" and the judges as "crazy" following the bout.

"Manny lost the fight, but Jeff Horn looks like a pumpkin".

But a condition of any second bout will be that none of the three judges, or referee Mark Nelson, can be involved in the second fight. "But when you come into someone's backyard, you need to really do a number on them or knock them out, that's basically all there is to it. Never leave it in the judge's hands".

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"He got me with a couple of good shots and I did go backwards more in that round than in any other round in the fight, but I still felt good".

Trainer Glenn Rushton says Pacquiao was tiring towards the end of the fight, and a rematch would produce the same victor.

He dominated the later rounds and the result could have gone his way in front of 50,000 people at Suncorp Stadium.

Horn's trainer, Glenn Rushton, said that numerous comments made in the lead up to the fight were utterly disrespectful and Horn had proved he was fully capable of fighting against the world's best.

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