Photos: Timothy Bradley in a Wheelchair, Injured Ankle

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Following his controversial title victory over Manny Pacquiao to capture the WBO welterweight title, Timothy Bradley attended the post-fight press conference in a wheelchair. The boxer indicated that he badly injured his right ankle in the second round and later injured his left foot. It forced him to stand his ground and fight Pacquiao in toe to toe spurts in several rounds. Bradley went to the hospital afterwards to have his ankle and left foot checked out. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by rambov on 06-11-2012

Wow imagine what would have happened if he didn't injure his foot. Don't want to think about that...The man is a true warrior

Comment by res on 06-11-2012

[QUOTE=SoggyLungs;12232396]yupp..i think it was in the second round when pac caught him a few times with some hard shots..but that injury didn't stop bradley from backpeddaling..[/QUOTE] There is no way it didn't effect his mobility, and the one thing he…

Comment by juandabomb on 06-11-2012

oh damn..look at that left foot, toe looks all jacked up..u can't do move with a sprain let alone a fracture

Comment by jai mari078 on 06-11-2012

The reason he rolled his ankle is because he got blasted and was wobblin!

Comment by PD21 on 06-11-2012

[QUOTE]He definitely hurt it. The video looked painful. But he also was losing before the injury.[/QUOTE] Don agree with this. It happend very esarly in the fight and up until then Bradley looked very good. Pac faded in the second…

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