Here is a link directly to the (apparently professionally produced) video--"Boxing: A Tale of HBO Nuthuggery"-- on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riSEb-hdq8M
The video producer's description under his video is wonderful:
"This video IS NOT about who won the fight, nor is it really about the fight. Read the title.
In order to keep the video within 15 minutes, I had to cut corners. If you feel the action moves too fast, pause, rewind, replay. Much of what I wanted to include had to be scrapped as well.
I'd like you to pay attention not just to the action, but what the commentators say. When HBO constantly repeated "Pacquiao", and they did that A LOT, they made some viewers subconsciously favor Manny and concentrate on the things that Pacquiao is doing. Note how they keep talking about Pacquiao's power, his musculature or status, oftentimes when Bradley is doing good work. Then, they also degrade Bradley's work by either ignoring it or straight talking shit. Throw in all the bogus shot calls, Ledderman scorecards, crowd reaction, and what you have is an attempt to sway the viewer. If you don't believe TV got people mind controlled, then you also probably still think you live in a free country or that you are doing something noble by joining the military. For example...
The point is not to show that all of Bradley's shots were clean and powerful, although some were. The point is to show how the HBO team would call Pacquiao's complete misses as scoring and even hurtful shots, all the while ignoring Bradley's partial shots and clean connects. Isn't a partially blocked jab from Bradley a more effective shot than some of Pacquiao's "straight left hands"? But I guess if you call Pacquiao's misses as clean shots, your goal is not to be fair or truthful, is it?
Lastly, how is it that Pacquiao supposedly landed all these quality shots, yet Bradley's face looked almost untouched? Wouldn't all these straight left hands show like they did on every other opponent? Anyone?
If you disagree and believe that Pacquiao did land a lot of clean shots and HBO was fair, please submit a video response. If want your argument to be more than mere OPINION, I guess you're gonna have to do some work, huh? Talk is cheap.
And for the record, I had Pacquiao winning a close fight that could've gone either way.
Thanks for watching."
Interestingly, among the many comments left under the video by viewers, virtually all agreed with the theme of the video-- about how wildly inaccurate and biased the call was, and how close the fight actually was--agreed on even by the few viewers who still gave the fight to Pac. Which was my most important point (at least to me) the entire time: not that Bradley had kicked the crap out of Pac, just that Pac in no way beat the shit out of Bradley or outfought him in any lopsided way, as evidenced by what my eyes saw throughout the fight and how perfect Tim's face looked after the fight compared with Pac opponents who really did get beaten up.
So, IMO, this was not the robbery of the century or anything close to it, even if one might give the edge to Pac; I did not, however . . . I saw Bradley as the guy who landed more of the cleaner blows and made the other guy miss more, and this 15-minute video sure backs that up for the portions of the fight that it covers.
I'd reiterate also that I think CompuBox is shit and in no way is an accurate punchcount. It's done by human beings, after all, and in real time (that means counting often split-second punches) . . . to think it's correct is to believe in the tooth fairy. At best, it's inaccurate going both ways, so its inaccurate numbers may nonetheless portray an accurate overall picture. Not for this fight, though, IMO.
Some of the video reviewers mentioned also that they had first viewed the fight on Top Rank.tv with different commentary (by Brian Kenny), and the commentary was the opposite of the HBO shlock, and those commentators saw Bradley winning.