Pacquiao vs. Mosley Results: Mosley Survives the Fourth Round
Shane Mosley, after being knocked down in the third round of the WBO welterweight title fight with Manny Pacquiao, survived the fourth round in pretty good shape. He appears to have the cobwebs out, although other than one three-punch combination, Mosley's punches don't appear to be crisp or solid.
Pacquiao continues to press forward, forward, forward. Through the first four rounds, Pacquiao has thrown 174 punches, more than double Mosley's 80.
Showtime analyst Antonio Tarver just made a great point -- if Mosley wants to win this fight, he's going to have to take risks. Nobody wants to take those risks against Pacquiao for fear of being knocked out, but as Tarver noted, "Not risk, no reward."
Mosley is fighting very defensively at this point. He's looking to counter, but because Pacquiao and works so many different angles, it's hard to counter him.
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