He got robbed with Timothy Bradley and ended by Juan Manuel Marquez, but this one wasn't even close. Manny Pacquiao (55-5-2) had the quicker punches, better footwork, the eye of the tiger, and—most importantly—the judges on his side in his fight against Brandon Rios (31-2-1). This was Pacquiao's first fight almost a year, but he still thoroughly outclassed Rios for his first win in 742 days.
Pacquiao won in what looked like a very easy unanimous decision (120-118, 119-109, 118-110, although it should've been a shutout) win against Rios and perhaps one of the most important of his career. The Fillipino politcian might as well retire from the sport had he lost his third straight. It wasn't just the way he won, but how he won that made the argument that he still had fight left more convincing. The only thing missing was the knockout. Pacquiao's last was in 2009 with his TKO of Miguel Cotto.