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 Last update:  8/18/2013       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Magdaleno: Tim Bradley Will Edge Juan Manuel Marquez
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By Ryan Burton

On August 24th, blue chip prospect Jessie Magdaleno (15-0) will face Jose Luis Araiza (31-8-1) at the Civic Auditorium in Glendale, CA in a fight televised on UniMas' Solo Boxeo series.

Magdaleno recently started training with renown trainer Joel Diaz who's stable includes Tom Bradley, Omar Figueroa and Jessie's brother Diego. Magdaleno said that he will still be the action fighter that the fans have grown accustomed to.

"You are going to see an action fight. Every fight of mine for the past 15 fights has been all action and nothing is going to change. On August 24th we will see who goes down first," Magdaleno stated.

On October 12th Bradley will face Mexican icon Juan Manuel Marquez at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. Magdaleno said that he thinks it is an evenly matched fight but he fully expects his stable mate to come out on top.

"Me and Tim Bradley talk every now and then. He's a cool guy. He's getting ready for the Marquez fight and he's looking good. It is going to be a close fight but I think overall that Bradley will take it. He's training hard and he wants it bad. I see him edging Marquez out," Magdaleno told BoxingScene.com.

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Tags: Timothy Bradley , Juan Manuel Marquez , Jessie Magdaleno , Marquez-Bradley , Marquez vs Bradley


 

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comment by HeroBando, on 08-19-2013
[QUOTE=keepemup]Pacquiao clearly lost and the judges confirmed it. Lampley's show only proved that the bias of the announcers hypnotized most people into seeing a different fight. Bradley will win again.[/QUOTE] :lol1: Press row also had Lampley in their ear? "Among the experts above, ...

comment by TLC8, on 08-19-2013
[QUOTE=Muscles72]I'm just saying that's the only way Marquez gets stopped in this fight.[/QUOTE] STUPID.... nobody is getting stopped in this fight... it will be boring as hell with two guys that won't come forward.... good luck with that....

Tired Of Hearing How "Slick" Bradley Is;He's Had The Crap Beaten Out Of Him Twice Now
comment by TLC8, on 08-19-2013
Bradley didn't remotely beat Pacquiao...the World of Boxing is in agreement on that. Provo sent Bradley to the hospital and beat him down every round of their fight.... Bradley has shown us nothing. He broke his own ankle running and trying to avoid Pacquaio's attacks, he had concussion like symp...

comment by TangInaMo Floyd, on 08-19-2013
I think Bradley will win on this one and We will see PACMAN vs BRADLEY 2 next year while MARQUEZ's stalking PACMAN again like an old B.....TCH///:boxing:

comment by Muscles72, on 08-19-2013
[QUOTE=mathed]So how many stoppages has he had due to headbutts? Pac fight? Provid? Casa? Peterson? I can only think of maybe two, one where Alexander quit but that was more to the fact that he was undefeated and getting outboxed so he tried to slide out of taking his first loss than it was ...

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