Pacquiao-Bradley II - Keane Out, Meltcalfe in as Judge
By Edward Chaykovsky
A new judge has been selected for Saturday rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, judge John Keane of Great Britain withdrew from the assignment due to illness, and the Nevada Athletic Commission has replaced him with Canada’s Craig Metcalfe, who joins Las Vegas’ Glenn Trowbridge and Florida’s Michael Pernick. Kenny Bayless will be the referee. Both camps had no problem with Metcalfe being appointed.
The judges for the fight has been a touchy issue, due to Bradley winning the first meeting, in June of 2012, with a controversial twelve round split decision at the same venue.
Bradley wont make it to the bellComment by brushmyhair on 04-10-2014
As long as bradley wins. I will be happy.Comment by jas on 04-09-2014
FBI will be investigating gbp and top rank closelyComment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 04-09-2014
[quote=jbpanama] Bradley is the first Cat I've Seen, that Always Wins, When He Loses.... [/quote] What about Danny Garcia? And wtf is going on here? This is already smelling like controversy. Although Arum can't afford another bs decision like the…Comment by Dr Rumack on 04-09-2014
[QUOTE=jas;14407189]Wtffffffffffffff. We have a shady one in the house. He is assigned to score it for the guy getting beat so they can say it was close to set up a third bout.[/QUOTE] Maybe, he scored three of the last…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (26)