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Topic - Shane Mosley
Manny Pacquiao returned to his corner before the 12th round to an unfamiliar soundtrack of steady boos rising from the MGM Grand Garden crowd.
Derrick Rose walked slowly out of the arena Saturday, large packs of ice wrapped around both knees.
Having captured just about everything else — including eight world titles and a seat in Congress back home — it was time for Manny Pacquiao to win over the nation's capital.