By Ryan Burton
BoxingScene.com recently caught up with former two-division champion Tim Bradley (33-2-1) who has been out of the ring since losing a unanimous decision in his trilogy bout with Manny Pacquiao this past April.
The 33-year-old Bradley was in Las Vegas this past weekend to provide expert analysis from ringside, as Pacquiao defeated Jessie Vargas to capture the WBO welterweight title. at the Thomas and Mack Center. Bradley has experience in the ring with both fighters, going 1-2 against Pacquiao while holding an unanimous decision victory over Vargas.
Bradley is known for not backing down from challenges and has mixed it up with many of the top fighters in the 140 and 147 pound division over the years.
During his media session with BoxingScene.com and other members of the media, Bradley revealed who his favorite two current fighters are.
"You know me. I will fight anybody. I will seriously fight anybody. (Except) I won't fight Terence Crawford. That is my guy. There are two fighters that I like. There is Terence Crawford and there is Oscar Valdez. Those are my favorite two fighters right now. Oscar Valdez and Terence Crawford. Those are good fighters," said Bradley.
Crawford has gone 2-0 on the year and will face John Molina on December 10th while Valdez has gone 3-0 with 3 knockouts on the year and just fought on the Pacquiao-Vargas undercard with Bradley commentating on his win.
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