This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. 

Teddy Atlas ranted about participation trophies after Manny Pacquiao lost to Jeff Horn in controversial unanimous decision, also told Horn “I thought you lost.”

Most everyone agrees that Manny Pacquiao was robbed after judges gave Jeff Horn a unanimous victory for the WBO welterweight championship last weekend in Australia. ESPN boxing analyst Teddy Atlas was especially furious about the decision, and went on a rant after the fight:

The always straight-up Atlas even told Horn in a post-fight interview, “I thought you lost,” which drew a smile from Pacquiao. This is great:

Stephen A. Smith ranted about getting mugshots of the judges, then got a list of their names and made things awkward

After ESPN’s coverage of the fight ended, Stephen A.  Smith went off in the studio about the fight:

“The thing I’m depressed about right now is the fact that I don’t have the three names and a mugshot of each of those officials, for the crime that they committed by robbing Manny Pacquiao tonight.”

He later got a list of the judges’ names, and read the names off on live television. And when he got to the name Waleska Roldan, said, “I’m not assuming there’s a man named Waleska, okay?”

Just awkward and completely unnecessary.

ESPN boxing analyst Timothy Bradley Jr. thought he was in Argentina during the fight

Nope, that’s Australia you’re in, Timothy. Kind of a big difference.

Brian Windhorst did the electric slide, Ramona Shelburne muted thanks to ESPNews technical difficulties

A hilarious moment on SportsCenter resulted in Brian Windhorst doing the electric slide across the screen and Ramona Shelburne being muted. They both had a laugh about it. Good ol’ live television:

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