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Sulaiman Warns Pacquiao To Focus or Suffer an Upset

By Miguel Rivera

WBC president Jose Sulaiman has warned WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38KOs) to stay focused of suffer an upset loss to a very determined Timothy Bradley (28-0, 12KOs) on June 9th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Sulaiman feels Pacquiao is not fully focused on boxing and distracted by the numerous scandals and controversies hovering around his life.

"Pacquiao is a good boy, with a great heart, but he has lost his concentration in boxing. He has too many distractions, too many commitments," stated Sulaiman.

"I sent him a message: if you don't prepare you are going to lose. Bradley is a great fighter, and has incredible hand speed. Bradley has never lost and I do not see an easy fight for Pacquiao."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by tlarry on 05-17-2012

Jose, I don't think you need to share your two cents, which is only worth one cent, with Pacquiao. If this is a sanctioned WBC fight, then I'm more worried about the judges, than Manny's "focus". Bradley win the title…

Comment by Alpha & Omega on 05-17-2012

No real comment on Sulaiman, but I read on another site, Roach is at it again with his usual prediction. Manny will beat Bradley easily, won't go the distance. I don't know why Roach continues to parrot the same stuff…

Comment by boxingfan76 on 05-17-2012

[QUOTE=William Blake;12137493]Jose needs to stfu and go back to doing what he does best...getting the wbc belts into the hands of undeserving mexican fighters[/QUOTE] WHOA WHOE WHOE!!!! "UNDESERVING MEXICAN FIGHTERS"????? DUDE WHAT A HYPOCRITE U ARE! LIKE EVERY OTHER BELT…

Comment by boxingfan76 on 05-17-2012

I think bradley is untested he needs to able to take pacs power and thats a big ?...Bradley will under no circumstances win this fight all its gonna take is pacyow to win 2-or 3 rounds and hell get the…

Comment by Pacquiao'd on 05-17-2012

hes the Ariza of the Sanctioning bodies. just STFU, dude.

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