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    Pacquiao vs Bradley


    Okay I'm not that adept at boxing so not sure what to make of this one you guys will have to opine and educate me.
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    I still haven't forgiven the sport of boxing for Pacquiao/Mayweather.
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    I watched it yesterday on youtube cos some kind soul uploaded it. All in all, a tight contest and probably the right verdict. Tim is a very skilled boxer and tougher than he looks, as his bout with Ruslan Provodnikov proved. In this one, he touched the canvas once owing to a hook and being turned. The second knockdown was because he was caught square. If Manny comes back, he could well lose to Tim; they're that close.

    Great sportsmanship throughout, they touched gloves at the opening of every round. At another point, the Ref called "Break" and Tim tapped Manny on the upper arm to signal the action to Break. Really good to see such professionalism.

    The only thing I'm dubious about is Bradley's appointment of Teddy Atlas as his Cornerman. Teddy is ego-driven and it has shown too much in the past, notoriously against Michael Moorer. He wasn't so bad here but, it just seems to me that it's always about Teddy.

    Anyway, Tim Bradley will come back and remains a major force in the division. Good for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    I watched it yesterday on youtube cos some kind soul uploaded it. All in all, a tight contest and probably the right verdict. Tim is a very skilled boxer and tougher than he looks, as his bout with Ruslan Provodnikov proved. In this one, he touched the canvas once owing to a hook and being turned. The second knockdown was because he was caught square. If Manny comes back, he could well lose to Tim; they're that close.

    Great sportsmanship throughout, they touched gloves at the opening of every round. At another point, the Ref called "Break" and Tim tapped Manny on the upper arm to signal the action to Break. Really good to see such professionalism.

    The only thing I'm dubious about is Bradley's appointment of Teddy Atlas as his Cornerman. Teddy is ego-driven and it has shown too much in the past, notoriously against Michael Moorer. He wasn't so bad here but, it just seems to me that it's always about Teddy.

    Anyway, Tim Bradley will come back and remains a major force in the division. Good for him.
    Correct me if I'm wrong here. Bradley takes A LOT of punishment in his fights. How long can he last?
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    Well he did against Provodnikov - I was thinking at the time that the Ref should be stepping in to save Bradley. He showed his toughness and willingness to fight back and that marks out his spirit. That apart, I've seen him as a skilled and elusive boxer. Perhaps I haven't seen enough of him on this side of the pond. I shall have to watch more carefully or look up past bouts. Thanks for your comment.

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