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 Last update:  6/14/2012       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Timothy Bradley Admits: I am Losing My Love For Boxing
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By Ryan Burton

Tim Bradley was extremely confident throughout the lead up to his fight against eight division Manny Pacquiao.  The new WBO welterweight champion's mantra was that he was going to shock the world and defeat Pacquiao despite being a 4-1 underdog.

Bradley's prophecy came true but the controversial nature of his victory has left a sour taste in his mouth. While speaking to us on The Boxing Lab, BoxingScene.com's official audio show, Bradley said that he is losing his zeal for the sport he has excelled at since he was child.  

"I am at the point where I am losing my love for boxing. It's just that I have came along way and never got any credit. Still today I don't get credit. I'm a 4 time world champion and I still haven't gotten any credit," stated Bradley.

"I am sick of it. I just want to fight the best fights out there for me and my family and the fans out there. I want to give them the beset fights. I don't really care about the record books. I'm the freaking welterweight champion of the world and people feel like I don't deserve it.  It is sad man. I worked my butt off to win that fight," he continued.

The Southern California native said that he hopes to get a rematch with Pacquiao so that he can prove to the naysayers that he can beat Pacquiao. If he doesn't land the rematch he said he will look to land the biggest fights possible.

"Whatever makes the most money and makes the most sense (is what I'm looking for). I'm not looking for any up and comers.  I want to fight the best out there," Bradley explained.

Bradley said that if the fans disagree with the scoring they should take it up with the judges because they are the ones responsible for the fight's outcome.

"Bob Arum doesn't have anything to do with this. Neither do I and neither does Pacquiao. The judges scored the fight how they saw it so everyone else needs to stop blaming us. They should take it up with the judges. Not with Top Rank. Not with me. Not with Pacquiao," Bradley concluded.

Not everything is negative with Bradley however. Whether you win or lose, facing Pacquiao is always lucrative.

"I just checked my bank account this morning and I couldn't believe how many zeros were there. It made it all worth it even with what they are saying. My bank account is 'faaaaaat'," said a laughing Bradley. 

You can listen to the entire interview by clicking here: http://tobtr.com/s/3253727

Send questions or comments to ringsidewriter@gmail.com Follow Ryan on Twitter @ringsidewriter and tune in to The Boxing Lab, BoxingScene's official audio on Tuesdays. The show is hosted by Ernie Gabion, Luis Sandoval and Ryan Burton

Tags: Timothy Bradley , Manny Pacquiao , Pacquiao-Bradley , Pacquiao vs Bradley


 

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comment by treason1, on 06-20-2012
i am glad the guilt is taking hold of timmys soul . maybe there is some hope left for him. i will continue to prey for him .

comment by jazzyj345, on 06-20-2012
[QUOTE=J Dubb II 330]The disrespect for Bradley began before the fight, during with the commentary and now after. Bottom line regardless of who you think won. It was a competitive and great fight being marred by ignorance. Bradley performed beyond better than anyone gave him a chance to do ...

comment by mikemurni, on 06-19-2012
[QUOTE=Rome-By-Ko]I agree with your whole post bro..TBH I gave Pac the fight by 3 rds upon first watch..But the next day I gave the fight to Bradley..If anyone saw a draw or a 7-5 score for Pac I could not be mad...But damn 11-1 10-2 9-3 is just not even close to the fight I saw..The worst part o...

comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 06-19-2012
[QUOTE=Chief2ndzOnly!]1st time I watched it, I aint score it, and had a razor thin decision for Pac. When back the next day and watched it with the sound turnt down, and actually scored the fight. I came up with a draw, with the 7th round being the pivoting round(I gave it to Pac, even though T...

comment by mikemurni, on 06-19-2012
I dont understand this statement from Bradley..He just officially beat the best pound for pound fighter in the world.. If he is not getting credit maybe because he should have lose that fight.. But he didnt so he should be thanking the boxing gods already for that... In any case, Pac has been ...

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