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12 rounds – Welterweight division (for Bradley’s WBO title) .

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By Marc Livitz: It’s fight week in Las Vegas and the grand arrivals (at the Grand) have officially begun. What’s at stake this coming Saturday evening, as if they have not already been spun in countless directions? In some ways, the spinning is good, inasmuch as the angles of righting the wrongs and proving the rights can possibly go.

Why is it that if Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley met in a rematch in say, October 2012 (as Tim so famously predicted with a giant novelty ticket at the final press conference before their June 2012 bout) that so many ardent and casual boxing fans alike would quite possibly have said, “hogwash and rubbish” or any other applicable jargon, yet this Saturday’s contest is projected to surpass the previous outing?
Why? Quite simply put: because we love boxing. Do we really believe those who are steadfast in their claim to boycott this fight? Frankly speaking, do we always need famous fighters to make an undercard meaningful?

Here’s a pugilistic tidbit that may be worth noting to some. Manny Pacquiao is returning not only to fight in the United States for the first time since December 2012, but he’s also going to the revisit the locale where not one, not two, but three of his five defeats have occurred. The match with Bradley (where most feel The Pac Man was shortchanged), the savage and oft replayed Sunday punch delivered by Juan Manuel “Dinamita” Marquez which could have been featured on Sunday Night Football and let us not forget the 2005 hotly fought contest between the Philippine superstar and the great Erik “El Terrible” Morales.

Before we sling a single tomato, let’s recall the many evenings under the lights of the MGM Grand Garden Arena and Manny Pacquiao’s efforts against such foes as Oscar De La Hoya, Miguel Cotto and Ricky Hatton. Such bouts were the stuff of the highlight reels which are used to sell his bouts today to the buying public. All things considered or otherwise left out, Saturday, April 12 should be a great night of boxing. The interest should have peaked more than anything due to Bradley’s efforts against Ruslan Provonikov and Juan Manuel Marquez, not to mention the fact that the Palm Springs, California fighter seems exponentially better in the ring than he some twenty two months ago.

We don’t need the pomp and circumstance. HBO’s “24/7″ series passed boring long ago and not simply because the program no longer involves a certain “Money May”. Rather, it’s because we can only see so many cars, houses, training footage sequences, schools, daycares, barbecues or the like before we begin to feel as if the infomercial is but in repeat mode and our thumbs should already be safely positioned on the “buy” buttons of our remotes. Likewise, we’d have to guess that should Liev Schreiber choose to write as well as narrate each episode that he would not do so in such lingo reminiscent of the official press releases from the hermit kingdom of North Korea.

For the first time in a good while, a fight involving the great Manny Pacquiao could very well be a tossup or “pick ‘em” once the bell sounds and all bets are closed. Speaking of wagering, the odds which currently make the “Pac Man” the favorite are a bit unfair to “Desert Storm” Bradley. Some think that Manny may have just as “The Golden Boy” De La Hoya once did: the Vegas odds always on his side. Hopefully, that is not the case although Bradley’s camp has professed that they cannot expect a victory by way of decision.

The pressure on Pacquiao must be tremendous. Should he lose, then he’s not only “Pac Man”, but he’s reduced to tabletop PacMan or even (for those of us old enough to remember) the PacMan video game that was also a pinball machine. He’s Atari 2600 PacMan, although his accomplishments in the ring and contribution to the sport easily crush any such comparisons

Manny Pacquiao with a current record of 55 – 5 – 2, and 38 of them are knockouts has an unfinished business with Tim Bradley who has a current record of 31 wins and 0 losses, 12 of which are thru knockouts. I did say Manny has an unfinished business because this is a rematch of their fight last June 9, 2012 where Bradley won via split decision.

Few days after the fight, it was rumored and the fans believed that Manny Pacquiao was cheated on the decision of the judges. If you see the whole fight from round 1 up to round 12, fans can clearly tell that the Filipino boxing champ won that fight. It came to the point that the Nevada Athletic Commission has to review the fight and it took them 3 to 4 months to tell it to the public that there was really an error in judging and Pacquiao should win that fight. However, the decision was made and Tim Bradley was declared the winner on that day.

Clearly, as what you read above, this is an unfinished business for both sides. Manny Pacquiao wants to get back the belt that was stolen by a bad decision of the judges. On the other hand, Tim Bradley wants to prove to both his fans and Pacquiao’s fans that he is a better boxer than Manny.

Tim Bradley needs to fight Manny Pacquiao for the second time and must show his ability to his fans, which is why we are now waiting for Pacquiao vs Bradley 2.

The rematch will take place at MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA which will be on April 12, 2014. This will be the first fight of Manny Pacquiao for the year 2014, and Bob Arum, Manny Pacquiao’s promoter and Top Rank CEO, is expecting for Manny to fight 3 times this year 2014.

This year 2013, Pacquiao fought only once which was against Brandon Rios, where he won via unanimous decision and it was an easy fight for him.
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There will be a handful of truly big fights in 2014, but none of them as important as Saturday’s WBO welterweight title rematch between champion, “Desert Storm” Timothy Bradley and Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao.

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas will be buzzing for this one.

Not only are two of the sport’s biggest stars set to renew acquaintances after a controversial ending to their first meeting, but the stakes are even higher for Pacquiao and Bradley this time around.


Drama from the First Bout

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In their first meeting back in June 2012, Bradley took the WBO title away from Pacquiao via a highly disputed split decision. Most believed that Pacquiao deserved the decision, though there were a few that thought Bradley earned the win.

In the video below, HBO’s Max Kellerman says: “some people of whom’s opinion I trust” think Bradley won the fight.

Per BoxRec.com, the official judges scored the fight as followed:
Judge: Duane Ford 115-113 – Bradley
Judge: C.J. Ross 115-113 – Bradley
Judge: Jerry Roth 113-115 – Pacquiao


The decision in this bout helped fuel the criticism of Ross. Ultimately, the embattled judge took a leave of absence (per Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports) after her scorecards for future bouts also came under fire.

Nevertheless, this bout gives each man a chance to set the record straight. When this one is over, hopefully there will be no doubt who is the better fighter.

Here’s the information you need to catch the fight.


Where: MGM Grand in Las Vegas

When: Saturday, April 12, card begins at 9 p.m. ET

TV: HBO pay-per-view

Referee: Kenny Bayless

Judges: Glenn Trowbridge, Michael Pernick, Craig Metcalfe

Odds: per Odds Shark (Pacquiao -200, Bradley +162)

(Subject to change before beginning of the fight)


Undercard Information

WBA Junior Welterweight Title Bout (c) Khabib Allakhverdiev (19-0, 9 KO) vs. Jessie Vargas (23-0, 9 KO)
Arash Usmanee (20-1-1, 10 KO) vs. Raymundo Beltran (28-6-1, 17 KO)
Interim WBA Super Featherweight Title – (c) Bryan Vasquez (32-1, 17 KO) vs. Jose Felix Jr (26-0-1, 21 KO)

Bradley-Pacquiao 2 Tale of the Tape Bradley Categories Pacquiao
30 Age 35
5’6″ Height 5’6.5″
69″ Reach 67″
31 Wins 55
0 Losses 5
0 Draws 2
12 KO 38
Orthodox Stance Southpaw
Desert Storm Alias Pac-Man
California, USA Birth Place Phillippines

per BoxRec.com

The Book on Pacquiao

Since the First Fight

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Pacquiao’s next fight after losing to Bradley was the low point of his legendary career. Long-time rival Juan Manuel Marquez viciously knocked him out in the sixth round of their Dec. 2012 bout.

The loss created doubts and concerns as to whether Pacquiao could or should continue his career.

He took nearly a year off before taking on Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios last November.

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In a fight that looked like an overhyped sparring session, Pacquiao boxed circles around the slow and plodding Rios.

Pacquiao won a unanimous decision, but critics pointed to the fact that he couldn’t stop Rios. When at his best, Pacquiao was one of the sport’s most vicious punchers.

As of now, he hasn’t stopped an opponent since he defeated Miguel Cotto in Nov. 2009 by TKO.


Why This is a Must-Win for Pacquiao

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Another loss of any kind would be disastrous for Pacquiao.

An undisputed defeat at the hands of Bradley would clearly prove Pacquiao is no longer the most compelling opponent for Floyd Mayweather Jr.

A superfight between Mayweather and Pacquaio has lost much of its luster over the last four or five years. But make no mistake, the fight would still break records if it were signed some time in the near future.

If Bradley beats Pacquiao, it would stamp out the remaining intrigue and Desert Storm would likely replace Pac-Man as the most desired opponent for Mayweather.

Beyond that, Pacquiao’s overall legitimacy as an elite contender would be in doubt. It would be his third loss in his last four fights. A setback on Saturday would send the legend tumbling toward mediocrity.

For a proud, future Hall of Famer, that’s a futile existence in the sport.

Pacquiao’s Hall-of-Fame trainer Freddie Roach told Gareth Davies of The Telegraph his fighter will consider retirement if he loses.

Roach also added:

“In the history books you have to avenge your losses, you have to avenge your losses in life.”

Without question, this is the most important fight in Pacquiao’s illustrious career.


The Book on Bradley

Since the First Fight

Since his initial win over Pacquiao, Bradley has been exciting and, most importantly, has continued to win.

Jae C. Hong

In the 2013 Fight of the Year, Bradley defeated former Pacquiao sparring partner, and current WBO light welterweight champion, Ruslan Provodnikov.

Bradley’s pride made this fight a lot closer and more thrilling than it needed to be.

After enduring massive criticism and even threats after the Pacquiao decision, Bradley came into the March 2013 bout with a point to prove.

Bradley talks about the unfortunate events after the first fight with Pacquiao during the HBO 24/7 series to hype the bout with Marquez.

Bradley’s anger shaped his aggressive strategy against Provodnikov, but that approach nearly cost him the fight.

Instead of easily outboxing Provodnikov, he engaged in ill-advised exchanges. The powerful Siberian rocked Bradley on a few occasions and dropped him in the final round. Bradley’s boxing skills dominated every round that he wasn’t hurt, and thus he won a close unanimous decision.

In his next bout, Bradley tamed Pacquiao’s oldest nemesis last October.

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Fighting much smarter, Bradley was too quick and slick for Marquez. The fight was called a split decision, but Bradley was the better boxer and nearly knocked Marquez down in the final round.

Suddenly, it’s Bradley who has become the hottest name.

To perhaps add extra incentive for both Bradley—and certainly Pacquiao—the winner of this fight will be in line to take on the winner of the Mike Alvarado vs. Marquez bout scheduled for May 17, per The Ring Magazine.


Why This is a Must Win for Bradley

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This is all about respect for Bradley. The champion has said as much. Per Leighton Gin of The Desert Sun, Bradley said this about his win over Pacquiao: “I got the win, but it felt like I lost because I didn’t get any credit from the fans. It’s very important to get the credit from the fans.”

What’s worse for a proud fighter than carrying around a title the vast majority of the community doesn’t think you deserve?

Not much.

If Bradley is ever going to shake the negativity many associate with the first fight, he needs a clean and undisputed win over Pacquiao.

Until that happens, he’ll never get the respect he truly deserves.



Bradley can win this fight if he uses his feet, hand speed and brain. However, quotes like this per Douglass Fischer of The Ring Magazine:

and Bradley’s burning desire to score an emphatic win over Pacquiao could hurt his chances.

Bradley is a quick, physically fit, tough boxer, but he’s not a knockout fighter. There’s a reason he has only 12 KOs in his career. If he tries to transform himself into a slugger for effect, he’ll put himself in harm’s way.

Pacquiao is not the same fighter as in years past.

A prime Pacquiao likely dominates Bradley, but the power outage in Pac-Man’s game is real. He lacks the explosiveness and stamina he once had.

In every fight over the last five years, except the Rios bout which didn’t tax him mentally or physically, Pacquiao’s energy has dipped noticeably in the later rounds.

Because of his current state, Bradley is not a good matchup for him. Long time boxing analyst Larry Merchant said the same thing in this interview with Chris Robinson of Hustle Boss:

Bradley could fall into a trap created by his own anxiousness, but a more likely result is a statement-making boxing exhibition that exposes Pacquiao’s current state, and finally proves that Bradley is truly elite in the sport today.

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