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 Last update:  4/5/2014       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Tszyu: I Agree With Bradley, Pacquiao No Longer Hungry
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyu is eager to watch this coming Saturday's rematch between WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley and eight-division beltholder Manny Pacquiao. The fight takes place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and HBO Pay-Per-View will carry the action. Bradley won the first meeting, in June of 2012, with a controversial twelve round split decision.

While Tszyu views it as a "50-50" fight, he agrees with Bradley's belief that Pacquiao has lost his hunger and killer instinct.

"I agree with what Timothy said, that Manny Pacquiao is not hungry anymore. You can’t be on top of your game if you’re not hungry anymore. I lost my hunger in the last couple of weeks of my fights because when you achieve everything in sports, it’s so hard to push yourself over and over the limit," Tszyu said to On The Ropes Boxing Radio.

"That’s the thing, Manny did tremendous, became a legend in the ring, but he lost a bit of hunger. Maybe the loss against Timothy may help him to find his hunger, maybe, you never know. Timothy is still a young fighter and still got lots of goals ahead of him and for Manny there’s just one thing, to prove that he’s the best, only one."

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


 

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comment by Evol, on 04-07-2014
this is so not true.. pac is still very hungry for some mula.

tszyu legend
comment by BoxngLove, on 04-07-2014
I am surprised at home many of you are trying to diss Kostya. He will be HOFer. He was absolutely brilliant in his day. Guy hardly lost a round. He was THE MAN, not some measly belt holder or hype job

cmon
comment by undergym, on 04-07-2014
"when you achieve everything in sports ?" hahaha really tszyu ?

comment by alembic, on 04-06-2014
Manny would've been dropped by Kostya, who dominated Vernon Forrest as an amateur and annihilated Zab. Kostaya's physical tools matched Manny's but he was too intelligent and skillful for Manny's style.

comment by poeticlsykuac, on 04-06-2014
[QUOTE=yoshik]Kostya would have gotten beaten to death by Pac had they met at each others prime. Where the hell do these myopic idiots see that Pac isn't hungry? Pac by KO early.[/QUOTE] UMMM.... Pacman has never been hit like Kostya hit.... NO ONE who hasn't fought him hasn't. KT is likely one...

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