Pacquiao Promises Pain and Punishment For Bradley
By Edward Chaykovsky
Former eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao has promised to batter WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley on April 12th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In June of 2012, Bradley won a controversial twelve round split decision over Pacquiao to capture the WBO crown.
Bradley believes he clearly won the fight and despite suffering injuries in the fight he was still capable of beating Pacquiao, who claims he was "too nice" when he faced Bradley the first time around. The second time around, Pacquiao is focused on getting a knockout and plans to go after Bradley from the opening bell, chopping away with power punch combinations until the undefeated boxer falls.
“The only way Bradley can beat me this time is to knock me out. He cannot outbox me. I will be the aggressor. I will throw a lot of punches at him – more than I threw against Rios -- and I will land them. Last time I was too nice. This time, I will finish what I start. I want to get back that belt he won off of me," Pacquiao said.
[QUOTE=straightleft;14206182]Pac easily did this to Bradley every last minute of every round. I wonder if Pac will do this to Bradley now in every second, minute in every round. Bradley better be prepared and get ready your stretcher not a…Comment by Blu on 02-11-2014
Pac aint ready for that heart!Comment by Spoon23 on 02-06-2014
[QUOTE=straightleft;14206182]Pac easily did this to Bradley every last minute of every round. I wonder if Pac will do this to Bradley now in every second, minute in every round. Bradley better be prepared and get ready your stretcher not a…Comment by hugh grant on 02-06-2014
Its true Bradley didn't outbox Pac, yet still got the decision. So Pac shouldn't have to ko Bradley like he is saying he will try to do. You should be able to trust the judges. Can you imagine Floyds dilemma…Comment by hugh grant on 02-06-2014
If Pac destroys Bradley, Floyd can say goodbye to his future superfight with Bradley. Oh well, I suppose Floyd can go after GGG or Sergio instead. Pac routinely fights p4p fighters, whereas Floyd has to phsyche himself up for it…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (141)