By Steve Kim
Former two division world champion Tim Bradley, coming off his April 9th decision loss to Manny Pacquiao in their trilogy encounter, is ready to embark on the next chapter of his career with Top Rank.
Monica Bradley, his wife and manager, told BoxingScene.com - "We spoke to Todd (duBoef, president of Top Rank) and we were talking about the fourth quarter (of 2016) which would take him into December, we're not sure.
"We re-signed with (Top Rank). It's just going to be a matter of there being HBO dates and who's available for him. So that's really where we're at."
The 32-year old Bradley has a record of 33-2-1 (13 KO's) and captured various titles at 140 and 147 pounds. When asked how long their new deal was with Top Rank, Mrs. Bradley stated - "It's a few more fights."
DuBoef said of Bradley, who they have promoted since 2011 - "He's been a great, great fighter for many years and he puts on great fights, [he's been] in great fights, [he's] been pound-for-pound one of the best fighters in the world and we love working with him and Monica - and we're going to be talking very shortly about his future."
Steve Kim is the news editor for BoxingScene.com.