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Photos: Bradley Defeats Marquez - Vegas Mega Gallery

Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas - Timothy Bradley advanced his claim to be regarded as one of the world's best by beating Juan Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Bradley thwarted Marquez's attempt to win his fifth “world” title by coming on in the second half of the fight to win. It was another close decision for Bradley, who was a hotly disputed winner over Manny Pacquiao two fights ago. He retained the WBO belt he won in that bout. The pro-Marquez crowd booed loudly when it was announced that Bradley had won 116-112 and 115-113 on two cards. The third judge had Marquez winning 115-113.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NachoMan on 10-13-2013

The fight wasn't boring. Bradley deserves credit for a smart, hard-fought win. He was better and smarter than I expected. Marquez age did show (his reflexes were not there for many openings that the old Marquez would have taken advantage…

Comment by TangInaMo Floyd on 10-13-2013

BRADLEY fans increase by 10x...(30 of them now). Congrats Bradley! You deserve it this time.

Comment by Capricorn1985 on 10-13-2013

[QUOTE=OJ Simpson;13839452]Well. Pacman beat the guy three times already and beat Bradley wide so it gives credence to the truth that it was a lucky shot. Quit hating dude.[/QUOTE]this is where I repeat...styles make fights...Marquez proved to be ineffective vs…

Comment by Capricorn1985 on 10-13-2013

Bradley proved that he could make someone like Pacquiao not have a chance in knocking him out with movement..he proved to be war approved fighting provok. And now he proves that he can fight with a dinamite and not get…

Comment by OJ Simpson on 10-13-2013

[QUOTE=flint;13838251]no it does'nt. it shows that bradley is not one dimensional and stupid like pacquiao. he beat the man that put pacquiao to sleep[/QUOTE] Well. Pacman beat the guy three times already and beat Bradley wide so it gives credence…

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