The first couple rounds started off slow and round two was somewhat close, but Pacquiao easily dominated from round three on while easing up some of the last few rounds. There were a couple times in the fight that Bradley was hurt and Pacquiao had a very strong outing. He was landing his lethal left often and his power was the significant difference in the bout. It was surprising that Bradley survived and he might not have if he did not decide to change his game plan to more boxing instead of heated exchanges as the bout progressed. According to HBO punch stats, Pacquiao had an overwhelming advantage on power punch connects landing 190 of 493 compared to 108 of 390 for Bradley which a fighter rarely loses with that large of a statistical advantage. There was round by round coverage of the bout on the Fight Night Blog Facebook Page.
The last televised undercard of bantamweights Jorge Arce (60-6-2) vs. Jesus Rojas (18-1-1) ended with a no contest. Rojas was knocked down in the opening session, but came back strong and was landing well by round two. However, he landed a low blow followed by a left to the side of the head of Arce causing him unable to continue ending with the no contest.
Randall Bailey (43-7) had a stunning victory by knock out over welterweight prospect Mike Jones (26-1) in a match that was relatively boring until late fireworks. Jones was effectively boxing and moving around Bailey while winning rounds in the process. He seemed very unwilling to exchange for much of the fight which led to a mostly boring match. However, Jones picked up the pace later in the fight and it cost him. He was floored by a straight right hand near the end of round 10 and in the following round, he was knocked out by a right uppercut that left him on Queer Street.
In the opening televised match, Guillermo Rigondeaux (10-0) defeated Teon Kennedy (17-2-2) by TKO in round five of the super bantamweight bout. The Cuban native Rigondeaux dominated and dropped Kennedy five times. Rigondeaux was timing him easily with power counter lefts. There was just too much precision and skill for his opponent to handle.