broken orbital socket, dude got f*cked up!
"I told the referee, 'Look at his eyes, look at his cuts,'" Pacquiao said. "I did not want to damage him permanently. That's not what boxing is about."
david and goliathhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/blog/2010/...argarito-boxing
"Midway through the next round Pacquiao – who had taken plenty of punishment himself – briefly paused in his assault and cast a pleading glance towards the referee, urging him to stop it. The referee took a cursory look at Margarito's horrible wounds and waved it on, an astonishing misjudgment.
In the final round Pacquiao, maybe for the only time in his career, went through the motions, unwilling to inflict further punishment, just doing enough to secure the win.
It was an act of subtle compassion. He could have destroyed an opponent once caught going into a fight with loaded gloves who, only a week ago was filmed mocking the Parkinson's Disease shaking of Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach. But he did not. He guided his beaten foe to the line.
He is a great champion, perhaps an even greater human being."