|01-22-2013, 05:30 AM||#32|
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Sure why not he is considered a top guy, is he a perfect opponent no but he is legit. Same as Guerrero really~
|01-22-2013, 05:45 AM||#33|
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|01-22-2013, 07:35 AM||#34|
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Yes. He's a better option than anyone else at 147. I doubt the fight actually happens.
|01-22-2013, 07:42 AM||#35|
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I'd say he's just as deserving as the likes of Guerrero and Alvarez. There aren't a slew of people Mayweather can fight right now, so why not.
Still, I'd rather not see Mayweather waste a fight on Bradley. He'd win in an easy, boring, and predictable fight.
Mayweather should concentrate on the marquee fights - Alvarez, Martinez, maybe even Pacquiao should he return strong.
|01-22-2013, 09:24 AM||#37|
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Though I thought he lost to Pacquiao,
losing a close decision to Manny>>a win over Berto
Add the wins over the like of Alexander and the fact that he isn't a former featherweight. I would rather see Bradley in there. But for those same reasons we are more likely to see Mayweather make his comeback against Guerrero.
|01-22-2013, 09:41 AM||#38|
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If we're basing it off what Bradly has done at WW then no but his overall resume is better than The Ghosts.
His style would make it a boring a$$ fight though and I don't see it doing too well PPV wise.
For me while I would like to see The Ghost fight another fight at WW before jumping in with Floyd but I certainly wouldn't be mad if he got the shot.
He'll probably make Floyd look better while making it difficult for a few rounds and he's got the better story/selling point.
Truthfully I'd prefer Guerrero-Bradley but I can't be mad at either getting the shot at Floyd.
So long as it isn't Canelo or Khan (thankfully no longer in the running).
|01-22-2013, 09:56 AM||#39|
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Technically, I guess....if Guerrero is being considered, than why not Bradley too...
I wouldn't give either much of a chance though...the amount of foes for Floyd who actually could challenge him is pretty thin...
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