Fast Results From Brisbane: Jeff Horn Upsets Pac-Man in a Shocker

The weatherman promised sunny skies and temperatures in the high 60’s and he delivered, much to the satisfaction of the throng that descended on Brisbane’s SunCorp Stadium for the biggest boxing event in the history of Australia. And the Aussies that came hoping to see one of their own produce a monumental upset were rewarded when Jeff Horn was accorded a unanimous decision over defending WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao – a decision that will be debated for years.

Those that thought that Horn was easy meat for the fabled Filipino had second thoughts very early on. In appearance the Aussie looked to be about 15 pounds heavier than Pac-Man and size mattered. While the verdict was dubious, it was a good action fight. Indeed, after the second round ESPN commentator Joe Tessitore declared that the fight had already produced more action than occurred in all 12 rounds of the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight.

In round 3, Horn was cut above his right eye. By the end of the fight, the right side of his face was a mask of crimson. But Pac-Man was also cut, the result of two accidental head butts that opened gashes on both sides of his forehead.

There were no knockdowns, but Pacquiao had a strong 10th round – so strong that Minnesota referee Mark Nelson (don’t be surprised if he gets the Mayweather-McGregor assignment; you heard it here first) warned Horn’s corner at the end of the round that he would stop it “unless you show me something.” But the gritty Horn stayed the course and did enough to impress the judges.

The scores were 115-113, 115-113, and a curious 117-111, tallies that called to mind the words of a grizzled old fight manager: “The road is a treacherous place.”

OTHER BOUTS

In the co-main, Filipino junior bantamweight Jerwin Ancajas successfully defended his IBF belt with a seventh round stoppage of Teiru Kinoshita. Ancajas opened a cut over Kiroshita’s right eye in the second round and the Japanese challenger was swimming upstream from that point on. His corner succeeded in controlling the cut, but not the swelling and the injured eye was completely shut when Ancajas put an end to the proceedings with a vicious right hook to the liver. Kiroshita managed to beat the count but the ref properly saw no reason to let the one-sided fray go forward.

In a competitive 8-round middleweight match, Canberra’s David Toussaint nipped Shane Mosely Jr. by a split decision, improving to 11-0. Mosley did his best work in the late rounds, but it was too little, too late.

In a bout scheduled for six, Top Rank’s prize bantamweight prospect Michael Conlan advanced to 3-0 with a third round stoppage of Brisbane’s overmatched Jarrett Owen. The fight was waved off after Conlan landed several good body shots followed by a succession of overhand rights. Owen didn’t appear to be in serious distress, but the stoppage was warranted as Owen was in a survivor’s mode from the opening bell and had zero chance of getting back in the fight.

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COMMENTS

-the Roast :

I hope those judges at least bought Manny a couple of drinks before they fucked him like that.


-amayseng :

I hope those judges at least bought Manny a couple of drinks before they fucked him like that.
Yea, this sport is a disgusting disgrace. I'm starting to dislike it. And it sadly is my passion.


-dino da vinci :

I don't recall the last time I won wagering on a fight (aside from the recent Ward fight). Yesterday's Pac event continues the run. Had Pac by decision at +115, didn't watch but Dan Raphael did, and it appears that something that shouldn't be that difficult, evidently is. I read all the time about how heavily disliked Dan is, be it for his attitude, great salary, contacts other don't have, what have you, but I will tell you this: If you disagreed with how he scored a round, YOU'RE most likely wrong. Except DR doesn't score even rounds and, well, you get those from time to time.


-oubobcat :

I had it 115-113 for Pac. Horn did clearly win some rounds landing much bigger punches. But I thought Pac controlled the action in the majority of the rounds to earn the nod. Before the scores were read, I turned to my wife and said that I wish I had bet the draw line. I thought the judges would give more credit for Horn's aggressiveness than I did and that would be enough to see a couple 114-114 cards. When the cards were read and I first heard 117-111, I figured it was slam dunk for Pac. Yeah I could see him at 117-111 but no possible way for Horn. Well I should know better and was completely shocked Horn got the gift. We will see the rematch now before the end of the year...


-KO Digest :

On PPV. Two rematches. Pac's new trilogy.


-brownsugar :

Eventually time has caught up with Pac. Most welters weigh more than 170lbs between fights and have more stamina than they ever had. Its hard to look good being the naturally smaller guy. But how do you win a fight with 50% less accuracy and landed punches volume? Road Warriors heed the writing on the wall and Beware.


-Kid Blast :

This just in from Twitter: Terrible mugging and robbery last night in Brisbane. Judges are being vetted. SAD


-KO Digest :

I vote for extreme vetting.


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

117-111 is ridiculous, but scoring the fight one way or the other by one or two points isn't that far off base. I haven't watched the fight again, but it was closer than a lot of people think. Horn constantly brought the fight to Pac and overwhelmed him most of the fight. With exception to the 9th round, Horn was never badly hurt and there were a couple of times that he visibly buzzed Pac. At 38 years of age, Pac has lost just enough athleticism and timing to not be elite anymore. The Pacquiao of just 3 years ago finishes this guy viaTKO. Porter, Spence, Thurman, and Crawford would all probably brutally stretch Pac out on the canvas of the ring. Pac needs to beat Horn in the rematch and walk away from the sport before he ends up tarnishing his legacy like main man Roy Jones Jr.


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

Shut down by the administrator in my first attempt, let me try this again. The fight is close and could have gone either way, thus scores of 115-113 aren't horrible scorecards. Despite the biased compubox stats, Horn brought the fight Pac the entire night and visibly buzzed him a couple of times. On the other hand, with the exception of the 9th round Pac could not hurt Horn and was simply out hustled. Crawford, Porter, Spence, and Thurman all brutally stop Pac. It's a wrap for Pac, he had a great career. He should win the rematch against Horn and ride off into horizon. I don't want him to stick around too long and tarnish his legacy. At 38 and being a little man, he has lost just enough athleticism and timing to get himself seriously hurt in the square circle. A Pacquiao of just 3 years ago demolishes Horn!


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

Wow, shut down by the administrator two times in a row so I'm going to be short and sweet this time. Pac showed against Horn that he is past his prime and that it is in his best interest to retire after his rematch. Crawford, Thurman, Spence, and Porter would all do permanent damage to his health. Walk away Pac, walk away.


-amayseng :

Wow, shut down by the administrator two times in a row so I'm going to be short and sweet this time. Pac showed against Horn that he is past his prime and that it is in his best interest to retire after his rematch. Crawford, Thurman, Spence, and Porter would all do permanent damage to his health. Walk away Pac, walk away.
Well no **** Pac is near 39 and those guys are young prime top guys. What's that have to do with Pac winning that fight and getting robbed? The sport being corrupt, inept and shitt?! Can I ask if you are racist? I am honestly asking out of curiosity. If u are That's your perogative but let it be known. You are always full of hate and negativity unless it's about your idol Floyd or a black fighter. No hate but it is what it is.


-Radam G :

This verdict was corruption and Pinoy hate at its worst -- worstest [sic]. Hehehe! The Pachaters have no balls and will never admit reality. I'm reminded of Kid Moro beating the hebejeebeez outta "Homicide Hank" Armstrong three times almost a 100 years ago, but the corrupted crooks that be scored a draw three times after initially giving the decisions to Armstrong, but changing them after the rioting fans refused to let the official leave. On the above, I will halt. Pinoys are the most robbed pugs in the history of the red district, mafia-run sport. If the WBO was worth one cent, it would ban all three judges for life. And strip the down-under Green Hornet, who now has the audacity to call out Money May. Make believe is amazing. I will give no energy to ______ ________ _______. Fake news and fake decision, and all type of fake syet is haunting the integrity of commonsense. U.S. Prez Trump is spot on. "The swamp needs to be drained." Holla!


-stormcentre :

Queens, queens, queens (and Dan Rafael lovers; gotta love/laugh at that). Please . . . Pull your knickers up from your ankles. Wipe the sand from your quinney. A little bit of trouble in paradise and all of a sudden it?s a conspiratorial robbery international. Couldn?t be that Pacquaio simply lost, could it? There is no robbery. If that is incorrect then . . . . Please put up the videos of the round(s) that Pacquaio was allegedly robbed in. And step us through that round?s robbery with a reliable/believable narrative. If Pacquaio really lost then . . . . There should be 7 rounds available to you; to show how/where Pacquaio was allegedly robbed. Meanwhile, a few facts . . . .


a) Judges Chris Flores (115-113) Waleksa Roldan (117-111) and Ramon Cerdan (115-113) adjudicated the Horn V Pacquaio fight.
b) Roldan and Flores hail from the United States, and Cerdan originates from Argentina.
c) Not sure how that results in a hometown decision.
d) Based on what we were told here in this forum about MayPac and why there was so much negativity (after Pacquaio lost that fight); Horn V Pacquaio was an exciting fight. Still it seems that when Pacquaio loses - reality is also lost.
e) What happened to Manny (against Horn) is what usually happens to guys with fundamentally flawed boxing styles (like Pacquaio) as they get older.
f) Aside from being all over the place and clearly befuddled in the Horn fight; Pacquaio is not a pure boxer/technician with many of the fundamentals in tact like Floyd and/or Rigondeaux. Pac's main attributes have always been aggression, stamina, speed and his lefty style.
g) As such Pacquaio?s style will not age and/or perform (even when not aged) well without a significant speed/power advantage; whether that advantage be artificial or natural.
h) Australian customs are some of the toughest in the world; which is bad news for anyone with prolonged PED routines and/or those reliant on transitioning across border controlled areas.
i) Pacquaio and his style noticeably started came undone against Horn in the early rounds; even though Horn was hugely inexperienced compared to Horn.
j) Pacquaio couldnt anticipate what was happening and was unable to meaningfully control the fight.
k) Pacquaio couldn?t stop Horn coming forward and Horn was not intimidated.
l) Pacquaio missed with an awful lot of punches that usually stop guys advancing.
m) Pacquaio found it very difficult to deal with Horn?s movement and style.
n) Pacquaio got bullied.
o) Also, Pacquaio had no catchweight to rely upon as a fallback plan.
p) If anything the referee was on Pacquaio?s side.
q) As, the referee (prematurely in my opinion) advised he was going to stop it (Pac's favour) as soon as it looked like he could do so. And that was practically at the first sight that Horn was in trouble; round 9.


This was the only time when Pac clearly had Horn in trouble.


r) It was a championship fight; so what if one guy was a little buzzed as he comes out for the next round; round 10. The referee knew Pacquaio was expected to win. If anything the referee favored Pacquaio.
s) Pacquaio simply couldnt deal with and/or finish Horn.
t) Not even after Pacquaio roughed Horn up good/proper in round 9. Pacquaio - no-one else - failed to capitalize on that.
u) Justin Fortune?s predicton of how Pacquaio would win = grossly wrong.
v) Freddy Roaches predicton of how Pacquaio would win = grossly wrong; again.
w) Most USA based commentators predicton of whom would win = wrong.
x) Horn roughed up Pac and didnt let him fight his fight.
y) Horn was strong and not weight drained; unlike many opponents related to Pacquaio?s greatest wins.
z) Pacquaio was a real smart azz all through the lead up to the fight.
a1) Pacquaio was extremely arrogant and impolite.
b1) Always late and disrespectful about it.
c1) Always smirking and snide.
d1) Somehow though, Pacquaio still managed to make sure everyone knew he was praying for Horn?s safety though.

Congratulations to Jeff Horn. A well deserved win against all odds/experts that was also underpinned by a great fight strategy. The judges did a good job. Pacquaio lost the fight by himself. If not then (Queens) please put up the video of the 7 round(s) that Pacquaio was allegedly robbed in. And step us through that round?s robbery with a reliable/believable narrative. Pacquaio has had a good run. I have enjoyed his performances. But his days at the elite level are over. Pacquaio underestimated Jeff Horn and lost. If it was a robbery then please (Dan Rafael, Teddy Atlas, Queens, anyone) put up the video of the 7 rounds Pacquaio was allegedly robbed in and step us through them with a reliable/believable narrative. Horn surprised everyone. Me included. Cheers,
Storm. :) :) :)


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

Well no **** Pac is near 39 and those guys are young prime top guys. What's that have to do with Pac winning that fight and getting robbed? The sport being corrupt, inept and shitt?! Can I ask if you are racist? I am honestly asking out of curiosity. If u are That's your perogative but let it be known. You are always full of hate and negativity unless it's about your idol Floyd or a black fighter. No hate but it is what it is.
[QUOTE=amayseng;113110]Well no **** Pac is near 39 and those guys are young prime top guys. What's that have to do with Pac winning that fight and getting robbed? The sport being corrupt, inept and shitt?! Can I ask if you are racist? I am honestly asking out of curiosity. If u are That's your perogative but let it be known. You are always full of hate and negativity unless it's about your idol Floyd or a black fighter. No hate but it is what it is.[/QUOTE] I am far from racist but have my own opinions like everyone else. I think that you are over analyzing my post and it is you that might have the problem, but I'm not going to judge you. You know nothing about me and I know nothing about you so let's stick to boxing on this site. I have yet to watch the fight over again, but the fight was razor close. Horn pushed the tempo and was the aggressor through out the fight. With the exception of the 9th round, Pac was never able to hurt Horn or dissuade him from coming forward. Two or three years ago, Pacquiao would have dominated Horn but his best days are behind him now. His athleticism has deteriorated just enough that he can no longer compensate for his lack of size at welterweight. If he wants to continue his career, I would strongly recommend him dropping down to 140 or 135 if he can cut the weight safely. He was a great fighter and will be a first ballot hall of famer, thus it would be a shame if he stuck around too long and possibly got hurt.


-amayseng :

I am far from racist but have my own opinions like everyone else. I think that you are over analyzing my post and it is you that might have the problem, but I'm not going to judge you. You know nothing about me and I know nothing about you so let's stick to boxing on this site. I have yet to watch the fight over again, but the fight was razor close. Horn pushed the tempo and was the aggressor through out the fight. With the exception of the 9th round, Pac was never able to hurt Horn or dissuade him from coming forward. Two or three years ago, Pacquiao would have dominated Horn but his best days are behind him now. His athleticism has deteriorated just enough that he can no longer compensate for his lack of size at welterweight. If he wants to continue his career, I would strongly recommend him dropping down to 140 or 135 if he can cut the weight safely. He was a great fighter and will be a first ballot hall of famer, thus it would be a shame if he stuck around too long and possibly got hurt.
No judgement. I asked. No worries. It was not razor close, Horn rough housed and missed looping elbows and headlocks and headbutted. IN the pros those arent scoring tactics and do not keep a round close as he average 7 landed punches per round. Horn landed an average of 7 punches per round. perhaps you should adjust your scoring preferences. I have seen Floyd get rough housed, bullied and wrestled yet scored clean shots and won handily as the other BS is not scoring. SAME thing here.


-Kid Blast :

Actually, he took a page out of Ward's cookbook. Butts, elbows, over-the-top hanging on, and even added his own, to wit: headlocks that stalled the action at the right time.. If the ref lets you do it, then you do it until he tells you not to do it. It's called roughhousing and/or dirty fighting. It morphs from roughhousing to dirty when the perpetrator gets point deducted. That said, I saw the fight for Pac 115-113, using the number of punches landed as key. Horn must have outweighed Pac by 15 pounds and used it to his advantage. What shocked me was that Pac did not seem to land a right hook all night long. Had he done so in the ninth, there would not have been a tenth.


-Kid Blast :

Actually, he took a page out of Ward's cookbook. Butts, elbows, over-the-top hanging on, and even added his own, to wit: headlocks that stalled the action at the right time.. If the ref lets you do it, then you do it until he tells you not to do it. It's called roughhousing and/or dirty fighting. It morphs from roughhousing to dirty when the perpetrator gets point deducted. That said, I saw the fight for Pac 115-113, using the number of punches landed as key. Horn must have outweighed Pac by 15 pounds and used it to his advantage. What shocked me was that Pac did not seem to land a right hook all night long. Had he done so in the ninth, there would not have been a tenth.


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

No judgement. I asked. No worries. It was not razor close, Horn rough housed and missed looping elbows and headlocks and headbutted. IN the pros those arent scoring tactics and do not keep a round close as he average 7 landed punches per round. Horn landed an average of 7 punches per round. perhaps you should adjust your scoring preferences. I have seen Floyd get rough housed, bullied and wrestled yet scored clean shots and won handily as the other BS is not scoring. SAME thing here.
115-113 either for Pac or Horn can't be considered a robbery. Horn neutralized Pac's usual high punch rate by consistently backing him up and making him fight off of his back foot. Compubox stats aren't the tell all, but the fact that Pacquaio was out punched says volumes to me. When Pacquaio is on his "A" game, he throws approximately 1,000 punches plus over the duration of a 12 round fight. Pacquaio was physically overwhelmed and got mauled and bullied. He did not implement a body attack, which might have very well slowed Horn down and his jab was pedestrian at best. With all that being said, I have no problem with him winning or losing by one or two rounds. However, the 117-111 card rendered by one of the judges was horrible to say the least!


-Radam G :

115-113 either for Pac or Horn can't be considered a robbery. Horn neutralized Pac's usual high punch rate by consistently backing him up and making him fight off of his back foot. Compubox stats aren't the tell all, but the fact that Pacquaio was out punched says volumes to me. When Pacquaio is on his "A" game, he throws approximately 1,000 punches plus over the duration of a 12 round fight. Pacquaio was physically overwhelmed and got mauled and bullied. He did not implement a body attack, which might have very well slowed Horn down and his jab was pedestrian at best. With all that being said, I have no problem with him winning or losing by one or two rounds. However, the 117-111 card rendered by one of the judges was horrible to say the least!
Disagree with that big time. Not a single stellar top of the top boksing journalist sided with the down under green hornet winning. Australia is just the leading place where home fighters get wins that they lost. Germany is number two. South Africa is number three. Russia is number four. Puerta Rico is number five. Take your kid to those places, and he will get robbed. These crooks even rob the kids of super clear wins.Holla!


-Radam G :

115-113 either for Pac or Horn can't be considered a robbery. Horn neutralized Pac's usual high punch rate by consistently backing him up and making him fight off of his back foot. Compubox stats aren't the tell all, but the fact that Pacquaio was out punched says volumes to me. When Pacquaio is on his "A" game, he throws approximately 1,000 punches plus over the duration of a 12 round fight. Pacquaio was physically overwhelmed and got mauled and bullied. He did not implement a body attack, which might have very well slowed Horn down and his jab was pedestrian at best. With all that being said, I have no problem with him winning or losing by one or two rounds. However, the 117-111 card rendered by one of the judges was horrible to say the least!
Disagree with that big time. Not a single stellar top of the top boksing journalist sided with the down under green hornet winning. Australia is just the leading place where home fighters get wins that they lost. Germany is number two. South Africa is number three. Russia is number four. Puerta Rico is number five. Take your kid to those places, and he will get robbed. These crooks even rob the kids of super clear wins.Holla!


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

Disagree with that big time. Not a single stellar top of the top boksing journalist sided with the down under green hornet winning. Australia is just the leading place where home fighters get wins that they lost. Germany is number two. South Africa is number three. Russia is number four. Puerta Rico is number five. Take your kid to those places, and he will get robbed. These crooks even rob the kids of super clear wins.Holla!
Paulie Malignaggi who deeply respect as a boxing analyst scored the fight in favor of Horn. I believe Sky Sports also scored it for Horn. Pacquiao is a all-time great, no argument. However, at 38 years old he has lost just enough athleticism, thus he is no longer the freak of nature that he once was. If he can move down in weight, he might be able to fight another year or two. On the other hand, the welterweight division is full of killers that he should steer clear of. Thurman, Spence, Porter, and even Garcia would be too much for him to handle. All good things come to an end, Pac had an unbelievable run.


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

Disagree with that big time. Not a single stellar top of the top boksing journalist sided with the down under green hornet winning. Australia is just the leading place where home fighters get wins that they lost. Germany is number two. South Africa is number three. Russia is number four. Puerta Rico is number five. Take your kid to those places, and he will get robbed. These crooks even rob the kids of super clear wins.Holla!
Paulie Malignaggi who I deeply respect as a boxing analyst scored the fight in favor of Horn. I believe Sky Sports also scored it for Horn. Pacquiao is a all-time great, no argument. However, at 38 years old he has lost just enough athleticism, thus he is no longer the freak of nature that he once was. If he can move down in weight, he might be able to fight another year or two. On the other hand, the welterweight division is full of killers that he should steer clear of. Thurman, Spence, Porter, and even Garcia would be too much for him to handle. All good things come to an end, Pac had an unbelievable run.


-Radam G :

Paulie Malignaggi who I deeply respect as a boxing analyst scored the fight in favor of Horn. I believe Sky Sports also scored it for Horn. Pacquiao is a all-time great, no argument. However, at 38 years old he has lost just enough athleticism, thus he is no longer the freak of nature that he once was. If he can move down in weight, he might be able to fight another year or two. On the other hand, the welterweight division is full of killers that he should steer clear of. Thurman, Spence, Porter, and even Garcia would be too much for him to handle. All good things come to an end, Pac had an unbelievable run.
Paulie is a deep Pachater. And a fake about a lot of how diz, dat and da third go in boksing. That nut case claimed that T-Brad clearly beat Da Manny in fight one. Of course Da Manny has lost a lot at 38, as Money May has. But prejudices won't let Yanks see that happened to Money May too, who would likely lost to all that you named by your believe. Holla!


-Radam G :

Paulie Malignaggi who I deeply respect as a boxing analyst scored the fight in favor of Horn. I believe Sky Sports also scored it for Horn. Pacquiao is a all-time great, no argument. However, at 38 years old he has lost just enough athleticism, thus he is no longer the freak of nature that he once was. If he can move down in weight, he might be able to fight another year or two. On the other hand, the welterweight division is full of killers that he should steer clear of. Thurman, Spence, Porter, and even Garcia would be too much for him to handle. All good things come to an end, Pac had an unbelievable run.
Paulie is a deep Pachater. And a fake about a lot of how diz, dat and da third go in boksing. That nut case claimed that T-Brad clearly beat Da Manny in fight one. Of course Da Manny has lost a lot at 38, as Money May has. But prejudices won't let Yanks see that happened to Money May too, who would likely lose to all that you named by your believe. Holla!


-deepwater2 :

I was sparring on Long Island on Saturday and who walks in for a workout? Paulie M. He is back in the gym and he is going to spar McGregor.


-brownsugar :

I was sparring on Long Island on Saturday and who walks in for a workout? Paulie M. He is back in the gym and he is going to spar McGregor.
Wow,....When you see him again please give him my best regards for his entertaining podcast if possible. Its pretty good when he's not talking politics.


-Radam G :

I was sparring on Long Island on Saturday and who walks in for a workout? Paulie M. He is back in the gym and he is going to spar McGregor.
Paulie is such a two-faced opportunist. I bet you 40 to 1 that he is telling McG that he can beat Money May if he listens to the Philosophy and game plan of the great Paulie. Paulie is the hottie bulljiver and chameleon in da game at this time. Holla!


-Radam G :

The sorry, trifling-arse WBO has announced that it is rescoring the fiasco. WTFF? It ain't going to change the decision to the right call or declare a no contest. So what is the point? The WBO is not going to refund its sanctioning fee. So GTFOH! There will be no justice. So Da Manny should declare that there will be no rematch. Anybody with an unprejudiced brain know who won that scrap. Holla!


-Radam G :

The sorry, trifling-arse WBO has announced that it is rescoring the fiasco. WTFF? It ain't going to change the decision to the right call or declare a no contest. So what is the point? The WBO is not going to refund its sanctioning fee. So GTFOH! There will be no justice. So Da Manny should declare that there will be no rematch. Anybody with an unprejudiced brain know who won that scrap. Holla!


-stormcentre :

The sorry, trifling-arse WBO has announced that it is rescoring the fiasco. WTFF? It ain't going to change the decision to the right call or declare a no contest. So what is the point? The WBO is not going to refund its sanctioning fee. So GTFOH! There will be no justice. So Da Manny should declare that there will be no rematch. Anybody with an unprejudiced brain know who won that scrap. Holla!
You should cry about it. Tears, tissues and all. No-one will be surprised. Put some lipstick on as well. Who cares if it smudges and detracts from your inner beauty. Perhaps throw over an embriodered translucent dress also. Then - to commemorate yet another unaccepted PacLoss and make a truly special and unforgettable Queening occasion out of it - sit down in front of a large mirror, uncontrollably cry, have a real good howl, and and just let it all out; of the closet. Who knows, the entire experience may turn out to be quite therapeutical. Cheers,
Storm. :) :) :)


-Radam G :

The green hornet is a POS! He will be put too sleep in any scrap against a warm body. Fantasy and false winnings are always swashed. HOLLA!