John Sarianides of docsportstalk.com joins Chris to discuss the Patriots and the 2015 NFL draft

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Bill Spiros, the Obnoxious Boston Sports Fan comes on to talk about the Mayweather/Pacquiao fight and the Red Sox
Chris discusses his thoughts about the hype behind the fight and how it was disappointing to casual fans.
Chris and John take calls from callers all over the globe to discuss why people hate Floyd Mayweather.
Greg and Chris talk about the 2015 NFL Draft and take a call from CSNNE's Tom E. Curran.
Greg Dickerson and Chris Price break down the picks the Patriots made over the weekend, and take a phone call from WEEI's Mike Petraglia to learn what Coach Belichick had to say.

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In the richest fight in the history of boxing, Floyd Mayweather improved to 48-0 after beating Manny Pacquiao on points Saturday night.

Two ringside judges scored the fight 116-112, while the other ruled it 118-110.

In the richest fight in the history of boxing, Floyd Mayweather improved to 48-0 after beating Manny Pacquiao on points Saturday night.

Two ringside judges scored the fight 116-112, while the other ruled it 118-110.

Mayweather was able to use his superior reach for much of the fight to fend off the smaller Pacquiao, who ended up chasing his opponent for much of the fight.

“I take my hat off to Manny Pacquiao. I see now why he is at the pinnacle of boxing,” Mayweather told reporters. “I knew he was going to push me, win some rounds. I wasn’t being hit with a lot of shots until I sit in a pocket and he landed a lot of shots.”

It was disclosed after the decision that Pacquiao was participating in the fight with an injured right shoulder, which he damaged around March 11 (according to promoter Bob Arum). The Nevada boxing commissioners didn’t allow Pacquiao to take an anti-inflammatory shot prior to the fight.

“The ruling tonight affected the outcome of the fight,” Arum told the media.

For a complete recap of the event, click here.

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The guys talk about the reactions from last night's fight and talk about Mookie Betts' start to the season.

Floyd Mayweather‘€™s camp will block a pair of female reporters (ESPN and HBO’€™s Michelle Beadle and CNN’€™s Rachel Nichols) from attending Saturday night’€™s fight between Mayweather and Manny Pacquaio.