by Chris LaBate
WBO/WBC junior welterweight champion Timothy Bradley was not impressed with Amir Khan's unification win over Zab Judah, which took place last Saturday at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Khan stopped Judah in the fifth round with a hook to the body. Judah complained afterwards, claiming the punch was a low blow. According to Bradley, Judah came to collect a check, began to take serious punishment and quit when the opportunity came.
“Judah didn't come to fight, he showed up for a payday. It's terrible to see a champion go out like that,” Bradley said to the Desert Sun. “Whether it was a body shot or a low blow, Judah should have got up. He didn't feel he could hang with Khan. He didn't want to take that punishment and he folded. Terrible, man.”