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Saturday April 12,2014
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Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley 2


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Pacquiao vs Bradley 2 is now considered as the biggest fight to starting the year 2014.

Manny Pacquiao vs.Timothy Bradley 2 is fighting in 12 rounds – Welterweight division for Bradley’s WBO title.Each of them are really prepared that they are now ready to be in the weigh in this coming January 18, 2014. You can watch it live in HBO Website

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Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley, billed as “Perfect Storm“, was a welterweight title boxing match held on June 9, 2012, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada.After 12 rounds, Bradley won a shocking and highly controversial split decision to take the WBO welterweight title.

Pacquiao came into the fight following a controversial November 2011 majority decision victory in Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez III. He brought with him world championships in eight different weight classes—a feat unmatched by anyone.

After fight negotiations between Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, Jr., ended without coming to terms, Mayweather opted to challenge junior middleweight titlist Miguel Cotto on May 5. Cotto had also been in the running to face Pacquiao in a rematch, but Pacquiao and Cotto could not agree on the weight for the fight. Pacquiao wanted the 147-pound welterweight limit, which Cotto said was too low for him, and he accepted a fight with Mayweather.Also in the running to face Pacquiao were Lamont Peterson and Juan Manuel Marquez. Ultimately, it was Timothy Bradley who came to terms, agreeing to move up a weight class to challenge Pacquiao for his title.

Bradley came into the fight with a somewhat lower profile than a typical Pacquiao opponent. In January 2011, he won a 10th-round technical decision in a junior welterweight title unification bout against Devon Alexander. Previously, he had beaten then world-champion Lamont Peterson to claim the title. After the fight with Alexander, Bradley rejected an offer to fight Amir Khan and further unify the 140-pound division. He signed with Top Rank and was given a co-feature slot on the Pacquiao-Marquez III pay-per-view card in November. In his match, Bradley beat former lightweight champion Joel Casamayor in an eight-round fight.

Prior to the Pacquiao fight, Bradley was ranked as one of the top 10 pound for pound fighters in the world. In a show of confidence, Bradley had “rematch” posters printed up, implying he would win the fight.


Pacquiao entered the fight as a substantial favorite, among both bookmakers and fans. Bradley entered the fight as a 7-2 underdog in the Vegas line. The glove weight was set at 8 ounces each. Midway through the first round, the crowd spontaneously began to chant “Manny, Manny, Manny …”

Throughout the fight, action was fast-paced, with Pacquiao landing the harder punches.He appeared to take control early, beating Bradley on most exchanges. However, Bradley did make good use of the punches he was able to throw, connecting on some of them.Pacquiao won the first round, according to two of the three judges. Bradley was the more aggressive fighter in the second, backing Pacquiao against the ropes at one point. However, Pacquiao’s patience paid off as he countered effectively at the end of the round. Two of the judges awarded the round to Bradley. According to trainer Joel Diaz, Bradley hurt his ankle during the round, but chose to press on. Pacquaio took control in the third round, winning on all three judges’ cards. By the end of the round, Bradley “looked stunned”.

During the fourth and fifth rounds, Bradley seemed to be visibly hurting. In the fourth round, Bradley was cautioned for a low blow, and forced on defense throughout. During the final seconds of the round, Bradley appeared close to going down multiple times.Pacquiao remained on the offensive during the fifth, but Bradley managed to land some counterpunches.All three judges gave the fourth round to Pacquiao, but only one awarded him the fifth.

Pacquiao dominated the sixth round, trapping Bradley in the corner, and getting off several consecutive unanswered punches. All judges gave Pacquiao the sixth round.

Things started to turn in Bradley’s favor during the second half of the fight, as Pacquiao struggled to land big punches. Around the seventh round, Bradley began to use his double jab effectively, and avoid Pacquiao’s counterpunches. He moved better, and got off his own counterpunches. “I got my second wind in the sixth round,” Bradley said after the fight.Bradley won the seventh round, according to all three judges, with Pacquiao being backed into the ropes near the end of the round.

The eighth round saw a brief stoppage after Bradley appeared to get caught in the eye by Pacquiao’s thumb. After the stoppage, Bradley appeared to be in trouble, but reduced his arm swing, to avoid further counterattacks by Pacquiao. Two judges scored the round in favor of Bradley. In the ninth round, Pacquiao was able to take advantage of Bradley’s aggression, and drive him back into the ropes. Bradley left himself too open to counterpunches, and Pacquiao won the round on two of the three judges’ cards. Bradley bounced back in the tenth round, winning on all cards, thanks in part to a good head shot midway through the round.

During the eleventh round, Bradley appeared to be gaining momentum, landing a series of punches, and backing Pacquiao against the ropes. The crowd began to chant Bradley’s name. Pacquiao silenced the crowd with a series of punches of his own, but two judges gave the round to Bradley. In the final round, both fighters pushed the action. Bradley landed a strong shot to Pacquiao’s jaw in the final minute, and the match ended with a series of wild punches by both parties.Bradley won the final round on all three scorecards.

In the end, Bradley won a highly controversial split decision over Pacquiao. Judges Duane Ford and C. J. Ross scored the fight 115–113 in favor of Bradley, while Jerry Roth scored the fight 115–113 in favor of Pacquiao. It was Pacquiao’s first defeat in seven years.For his win, Bradley received a US$5 million check—the largest prize of his career.The fight drew 700,000 ppv buys.

Boxing video of the Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley 2 press conference in New York

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