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 Last update:  4/17/2014       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Bradley's Calf Injury More Serious Than Initially Thought
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By Salvador Rodriguez

According to Joel Diaz, trainer of former champion Timothy Bradley, it may take at least 100 days for Bradley to fully heal up his right calf injury. Bradley injured his calf last Saturday night in Las Vegas, suffering a severe sprain during the twelve round unanimous decision loss in his rematch with Manny Pacquiao. Bradley suffered the injury halfway through the fight, according to his trainer.

"Bradley gave the fans the fight they wanted and expected. I think that halfway through the fight he was winning but the injury came and everything changed. The injury came at the most important moment, but either way, we gave a good fight," Diaz said.

Tags: Timothy Bradley , Manny Pacquiao , Pacquiao-Bradley Rematch , Pacquiao vs Bradley Rematch


 

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comment by La_Vibora, on 04-18-2014
[QUOTE=dnut17]Good post man. This reminds me of when Pac himself used to complain of cramps against Marquez. When you have a guy that can keep up with you and you are used to being more athletic you tend to try too hard to get that positioning edge. When you start jerking your legs too much yo...

comment by ddangerous, on 04-18-2014
Bradley is a solid fighter. But Pacquiao has clearly beat him twice now. Just move on.

comment by turnedup, on 04-18-2014
I think he's hurt but I don't think it's his leg. I think he's got an orbital/cheek fracture. Look at him all week after they arrived in vegas, he barely ever took the sunglasses off even in an indoor semi dark press conference. Looking back i've never seen dude wear glasses ever. If they say it'...

comment by amayseng, on 04-18-2014
One thing is clear. Tim has to literally injure himself just to try to keep up with Pac. He had to fight at 110% just to be even with Pac 3-3 after 6 rounds. Injured calf or not he was exhausted and physically spent. He admitted at the post fight press that he was hurt numerous times to wher...

comment by DonMega, on 04-18-2014
Let it rest. Let there be no excuses for this fight. Pacquiao won fair and square. I could/was defending the first injury. But this is the second time it's happened and the common denominator is pacquiao. Unless of coarse you beleive in voodoo (which I don't). It is was it is...

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