|10-02-2011, 08:56 AM||#11|
Bradley Top 3
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Funny most feel the same way about him fighting Floyd...
|10-02-2011, 09:34 AM||#13|
Y'ALL MUST'VE FORGOT!
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Damn straight it's a joke of a fight.
So Amir, when are you fighting Floyd Mayweather?
|10-02-2011, 10:02 AM||#14|
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Bradley, without question is the real deal. I don't know what else an up and coming champion has to do to prove he's ready for the big time.Oscar De La Hoya opened the door for Manny and Floyd to be superstar fighters. Floyd just gave Victor Ortiz the same opportunity. Now its time for Manny to do the same for Tim. Ortiz showed that he wasn't ready for that level.I feel that Bradley is. Even if he doesn't beat Manny, it will be a war and highly competitive.It might warrent a rematch or open the doors for other huge fights.
I respect Amir Khan. I think he is the next big thing. But I see Bradley being his biggest nemesis at 140 and 147. Alverez vs Khan at 154 will be the biggest fight to be made in about 3 years. There are other young guys that can fit into the equation as well. Boxing has a bright future. I just hope all these fights can be made.
Bradley is not a joke whatsoever and fighting Manny is far from being a joke. If Manny gets by marquez, Tim is a huge threat to derail his winning streak. The only thing he lacks is power, but he has enough boxing skill,speed and heart to give a slower Manny fits.Manny looks good against bangers, I think he stuggles with pure boxers like Marquez and Bradley. Tim will not fade down the stretch like some of Manny's last opponents. He is a young hungry champion that's fighting for legacy. (And of course bigger paydays)
Because of his mental toughness and stamina, I think he beats Khan at this stage of their careers.Amir should be happy that Tim did back out in July.He would of had his 2nd lost.
|10-02-2011, 10:49 AM||#15|
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What a joke? Is anyone seriously supporting a Pacquiao fight after Bradley beats Casa? First of all he claims to be the best 140 pounder in the world yet he hasn't backed it up at all. Why else do you think he refused a GREAT deal for the Khan fight, people act like he was going to get paid peanuts - 50/50 split + 50/50 on UK PPV revenue?
At the very least fight Khan, Ortiz, Berto @ 147 then Pac......
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