By CARLOS ARIAS
BELL, CALIF. --- Timothy Bradley said he was very entertained by Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s majority decision victory over Marcos Maidana a couple of weeks ago.
"It was a really good fight," Bradley said at Wednesday's Juan Manuel Marquez-Mike Alvarado workout at Azteca Boxing Club. "I didn't get a chance to see the actual fight that night, but I did see the replay. It was a very entertaining fight. I thought Floyd fought brilliantly. I liked the fact that he actually stayed in the pocket. He fought and didn't move around a lot. I mean, he gave the fans what they were asking for, so I thought he fought brilliantly. I thought Maidana fought very well. Really good strategy from (his trainer Robert) Garcia. I think it was great. I thought it was a great fight. I thought Maidana did very well in the fight and they put on a great, great show."
So what's next for Bradley?
"I don't know," said Bradley, who injured his right calf during his rematch against Manny Pacquiao in April. Bradley just had the cast removed his leg a few days ago.
"I don't know. I'm here to work. Do a little broadcasting," Bradley said. "I'm trying something new, something different. We'll see what the future holds for me. I think I'm going to do the international feed for this (Marquez-Alvarado) fight. I think I'm hosting with Crystina Poncher ... we also hosting the weigh-ins on Friday, you know, something different. I could picture possibly commentating some day. I just gotta get my feet wet."
Bradley still has a wrap on his calf and still has about 6-8 weeks of rehab ahead of him.
"I plan on getting back in the ring if everything goes well and according to plan," Bradley said, "probably in October or November some time."
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