Arum: Biggest Fight For Bradley is Cotto-Canelo Winner

By Radio Rahim

Former two division world champion Timothy Bradley (31-1, 12KOs) has a big year ahead in 2015 - should he defeat Diego Chaves on December 13th at the Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

His promoter, Bob Arum of Top Rank, would like to match him against the winner next year's mega-fight between WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto and Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

Bradley recently told that he's more than willing to move up in weight for the big fights, especially if those fights are against Cotto or Canelo.

"Tim Bradley is a brave warrior. As long as the money is right - he will fight anybody. And I think the biggest, most lucrative fight for him, is down the road against the winner of Cotto-Canelo," Arum told

Cotto vs. Canelo is being targeted for May 2nd of next year.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by 120 on 10-23-2014

This is one man that needs to die already for the sake of the sport...

Comment by KnickTillDeaTh on 10-22-2014

I swear some of you guys are like high school girls gossiping in the ladies room. Cotto hasn't even said word one about Bradley but yet he is bashed. Well let's say Cotto does win and then faces Bradley, as…

Comment by theface07 on 10-22-2014

GGG is now the WBA interim champion and thus is the mandatory challenger for the WBA Champion who is Cotto. Cotto is allowed one voluntary before facing his mandatory challenger. If Cotto wins his next fight and doesn't face GGG…

Comment by Pigeons on 10-22-2014

[QUOTE=mathed;15045047]Bradley should fight Chaves, then push for a fight with Rios. That would be a fan-friendly fight that people would definitely tune in to see. I would not want to see Bradley at 160, that is just a joke. 154…

Comment by mathed on 10-22-2014

Bradley should fight Chaves, then push for a fight with Rios. That would be a fan-friendly fight that people would definitely tune in to see. I would not want to see Bradley at 160, that is just a joke. 154…

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