By Ryan Burton
On Friday BoxingScene.com ran articles in which Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6-1, 39KOs) and Timothy Bradley (28-0, 12KOs) both expressed interest in facing each other in the event that neither fighter wins the lucrative Manny Pacquiao sweepstakes.
Earlier today in an article by BoxingScene's Miguel Rivera ( that can be found here ), Marquez's legendary trainer Nacho Beristain called him a dirty fighter. The Hall-of-Fame Mexican trainer labeled Bradley's tendency to lead with his head a dirty tactic.
BoxingScene reached out to Bradley to get his reaction to Marquez's accusations.
"Excuses are like **sholes and you know that everyone of us has one so stop selling wolf tickets," Bradley told BoxingScene.com. "Nacho knows I would slap his best fighter around. At 140 pounds I'm the best fighter out there."