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Who really won between Mayweather and Maidana?

Mayweather clearly won. He actually landed the cleaner punches - 66.7%
Maidana did because he threw so many more punches, even though most didn't land - 22.2%
It was a draw. Maidana was too busy and Mayweather was more accurate - 11.1%

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