Conspiracy or Coincidence? Mayweather and Pacquiao Marked In The Wrong Corners On The Scorecard
Floyd Mayweather pictured sat in the blue corner for his bout against Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas
The bottom right of the scorecard, issued by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, has 'Mayweather won by unanimous decision' written underneath Moretti's name.
Evader Holyfield was among those questioning the decision of the judges, saying 'I thought Pacquiao won a poor fight.'
And several people also took to social media to question the eventual decision. As well as a whole thread about the 'conspricy' starting on Reddit, Twitter user [email protected]' posted (sic): 'Fight of the century? Scam of the century. (Pacquiao is in the red corner and Mayweather in the blue; reversed scores)'
@LiamFellows added: Pacquiao was in the red corner and Mayweather was in Blue? They've basically robbed Pacquiao of the win he deserved.
And @GoonerMarty is another of many who questioned the marks: 'Interesting, Pacquiao RED corner, Mayweather BLUE, judges appear to have scored in favour of Pac Man'
Mayweather extended his impressive unbeaten career record to 48-0 by defeating Pacquiao.
Moretti only gave the red corner two rounds - the fourth and the sixth - while Clements and Feldmen also gave the ninth and 10th to what seemed to be the 38-year-old fighter.
Sportsmail's Jeff Powell, meanwhile, had Pacquiao 4-2 up after six, giving him the early advantage.
Mayweather made most of the ground up in rounds seven to nine in Powell's eyes, while he also impressed in the closing rounds as his opponent tired.