American Welterweight boxer Adrien Broner suffered one convincing unanimous decision loss to Pacquiao in their welterweight title fight and yet he had the audacity to call himself the true winner of the lopsided bout. It was difficult to take Broner's claims seriously on a night when he was relegated to the role of defensive fighter. Speaking to Showtime’s Jim Gray during the post-fight interview at MGM Grand in Las Vegas., Broner vehemently said that he should’ve won the WBA World welterweight title. WBA welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao showed flashes of his past brilliance as he delivered a dominant performance to earn a unanimous decision victory over Adrien Broner in Las Vegas on Saturday. The 40-year-old Filipino multiple world champion was quicker and more accurate as he controlled each round and cruised to the triumph to take his career record to 61-7-2. 29 year old Broner did have his moments, he fought gamely and stayed upright as he landed several clean shots to Pacquiao’s head but the Filipino was on another offensive and defensive level. About the only person in attendance who disagreed with the outcome was Broner (33-4-1), who protested the result emphatically in his post fight interview. “I beat him, everybody out there knows I beat him,” said Broner who even said that Gray was against him. “I beat him. I controlled the fight. He was missing, I hit him clean more times. I beat him.” Broner (33-4-1) is yet to win a fight after his loss to Pacquiao (61-7-2) sent him to a three-fight winless streak.