Friday, May 11, 2012

Pacquiao vs Bradley: Pacquaio’s comment about the Opponent

A month from now, two of the most distinguished boxers of the world are now making their best stuff on their body to produce and make a splendid show this coming 9th of June, 2012. Fist-to fist and head-to-head bout of the year, after Mayweather put creed on Cotto’s stamps, it is about time for the Filipino Champ Manny Pacquiao and the great boxer of the western countries, Timothy Bradley to find out if how long both of them could take.

Watch Pacquiao vs Bradley Fight Live. Can you predict and act as a magical ball telling the future? But that hypothetical statements that may rise is indeed not definite. No one could underestimate both players for they are in good conditions; good records and are currently in good training. This would be surely a great fight that you shouldn’t have to miss.

Below is Pacquiao’s comment taken in an interview, dealing about his Opponent, Timothy Bradley’s strategies:

Question: What are Bradley's strengths in this matchup, what are your advantages, and do you have any concerns about his physical style and the frequency of head clashes in his fights?

"Timothy Bradley brings a lot of weapons to a fight. He has youth, an aggressive style and a state of mind that only a world champion possesses. No matter how much talent a fighter has, his game is raised by being a world champion. Tim has always found a way to win. He has great determination and can adapt and change his game plan in mid fight.

"Bradley seems to be improving with every fight. His victories over Lamont Peterson and Devon Alexander, who were undefeated when he fought them, were very impressive. He knows how to impose his will on his opponents. He turns fights into wars.

"I have speed and power to counter Bradley. My experience against Hall of Fame caliber opposition is also an advantage for me. I have learned so much from fighting legends such as Oscar De La Hoya, Miguel Cotto, Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera and Juan Manuel Marquez. I also have the best teacher in my trainer Freddie Roach.

"I do have concerns about Bradley's fighting style. Anytime a southpaw fights an orthodox-style boxer headbutts are bound to happen, but with Bradley it's more of a concern because he tends to lead with his head. Hopefully we will have a good referee who will not let him do that. Regardless, it's my job to be prepared for anything he may bring."

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