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Bradley: I Know I Got a Concussion, I'm Dizzy Right Now

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (30-0, 12KOs) took a lot of damage in defeated Ruslan Provodnikov (22-2, 15KOs) by way of a twelve round unanimous decision at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. Bradley was more active, but Provodnikov came close to knocking him out in several rounds. After winning on cards of 115-112, 114-113 and 114-113 - Bradley felt that he suffered a concussion and went to the hostpital to get checked out.

"I think I've got a concussion. I know I do. No doubt. This guy is a power puncher. He's a warrior. He'll beat any 147-pounder out there. One of the punches in one of those rounds concussed me. I'm dizzy right now. At some point, that warrior instinct kicks in, the determination, the will to win, and that's what I counted on," Bradley said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mike Haynes on 03-17-2013

[QUOTE=Fighting_Pride;13157521]the judges in the us are incompetent, they somehow side with more main stream names. [B]bradley was just moving a lot[/B] but provodnikov clearly gave out more punishment. another gift decision[/QUOTE] Then how did P'kov face end up looking like…

Comment by Weebler I on 03-17-2013

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Comment by Fighting_Pride on 03-17-2013

the judges in the us are incompetent, they somehow side with more main stream names. bradley was just moving a lot but provodnikov clearly gave out more punishment. another gift decision

Comment by mathed on 03-17-2013

[QUOTE=Alpha & Omega;13156863]And people were still booing him after the fight...can anyone believe that ****? After that superhuman display of courage, will and heart...he was still booed....it disgusts me to be a fan of the same sport that those people…

Comment by Alpha & Omega on 03-17-2013

And people were still booing him after the fight...can anyone believe that ****? After that superhuman display of courage, will and heart...he was still booed....it disgusts me to be a fan of the same sport that those people booing are.…

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