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Shocker: Marcos Maidana Withdraws From Bradley Fight

RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF. – World Boxing Association interim super lightweight champion MARCOS "El Pollo" MAIDANA pulled out of his fight against undefeated World Boxing Organization junior welterweight champion TIMOTHY “Desert Storm” BRADLEY today.  The public news conference scheduled for Tuesday, May 4 at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage, Calif. is canceled.

Gary Shaw, who co-promotes Bradley with Thompson Boxing Promotions, received a call from Eric Gomez, Vice President/Matchmaker of Golden Boy Promotions, Maidana's co-promoter, moments ago informing him that Maidana was pulling out of the fight.

 "Eric told me Maidana missed his flight to the U.S. and later in the same conversation told me Maidana's back was still injured and that he would not be fighting Timmy on July 17," said Shaw.  "Obviously Maidana's back was not getting any better and a call to us last week from Team Maidana would have been the professional thing to do.  But HBO and Agua Caliente are standing behind Timmy and his July 17 date, and I expect to announce Timmy's new opponent soon."   

Phil Cooper, executive director of marketing for Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa said the development is a disappointment: "Certainly this is not what we expected, however we're excited about what Gary has in the works.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ballgamessuck on 05-04-2010

This sucks, I was looking forward to this fight, Bradley should fight Judah or Alexander.

Comment by J Mac on 05-04-2010

i wonder if the same people that jumped on haye for pulling out with a back injury will do the same for maidana.....

Comment by MoneyLarry on 05-03-2010

Marcos maidana is scared!!!!!

Comment by ricky1978 on 05-03-2010

it is ok, he got to let that back heal, soon after, get back on track.

Comment by the mesiah on 05-03-2010

[QUOTE=el rey;8270669]hahaha that sucks they had to [B]call him "El Pollo".[/B] But hey, this crap happens somtimes. I sense GBP is gonna get catch some heat for this, but hope Maidana meets up with Bradley later in the future. Zab…

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