Ellerbe: Manny Pacquiao Will Be Too Much For Bradley

By Edward Chaykovsky

Leonard Ellerbe, CEO of Mayweather Promotions, is picking Manny Pacquiao to get revenge with a win over WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley on April 12th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In June 2012, Bradley won a twelve round controversial decision over Pacquiao. Many felt Pacquiao did more than enough to win. Ellerbe was one of those people.

"I think Manny will win the fight. He won the first one. Bradley is a terrific young fighter, but I think Pacquiao is too much for him. And I think that night the fans will see the result of that," Ellerbe told Shade 45 Satellite Radio.

Regarding a fight with Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr., Ellerbe said "everybody knows why the fight hasn't happened and it's because of his promoter [Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum]."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by peplz on 04-02-2014

[QUOTE=Det. Conan;14387500]Nice post. But Floyd admited that "Healty Comes First" & "He is Rich Scared & Rich Coward" in terms of fighting the "Pacman" [url][/url][/QUOTE] What is that video supposed to prove? That a man gets angry when he is…

Comment by Evol on 04-02-2014

wait but i thought pac is one dimensional? so how could manny be too much for bradley???

Comment by MGMGRAND on 04-02-2014

Ahh shutup Ellerbe, you and yo boy Floyd been hiding from Pacquiao since 2009. Atlest Bradley is getting in there.

Comment by BoxingIsGreat on 04-02-2014

I remember scoring the first fight 10-2 for Pac. I thought it was a clear decision for Pac, even though he only fought less than a half of each round. Fight 2 might be somewhat different, however.

Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 04-02-2014

There will be so much money loss on the 12th..

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