Sunday, May 20, 2012

Pacquiao vs Bradley Championship Match

The Pacquiao vs Bradley World Welterweight championship has finally come. Just a little more weeks to go and we will finally witnessed the two fighters. Both camps are preparing for the heavy schedule ahead of them! Less than a three weeks a way before the world championship match that features intriguing undefeated fighter Timothy Bradley of the US and the current WBO Welterweight title holder Manny Pacquiao of Philippines. 

They are both the same height and Bradley appears to have a 2 inch reach advantage, although that is utilizing the moronic old school method of measuring reach from fingertip to fingertip across the chest. Now, let us deeply analyze both fighters strengths, capacities and records on our Pacquiao vs Bradley tale of the tape analysis. First off, Manny Pacquiao has a total boxing record of 59 fights, 54 wins and 38 of which comes from knockout, 3 losses and 2 draws. The 33-year old professional boxer from the Philippines gained 8 belts on different weight classes. He’s the reigning WBO welterweight champion and no 1 pound for pound king according Ring Magazine. Pacquiao stands 169 cm and has a reach of 170cm. 

Timothy Bradley is the current WBO light welterweight champion. His professional records includes winning all 28 fights where 12 of which comes from TKO. Bradley is standing at 168 cm and has long reach of 175cm. No matter how improbable, Bradley could be a dangerous opponent with a surprise, just like when Pacquiao stunned Marco Antonio Barrera and the boxing world in 2003. Bradley has a wicked right hand and attacks like his sobriquet “Desert Storm.” He doesn’t have much of a KO punch, though, and may not be able to hurt Pacquiao. 

There’s a great chance this Pacquiao vs Bradley fight is going the distance given the fact that Bradley has never been stopped and doesn’t have the power to KO Pacquiao, can Bradley win a decision? Or can Pacquiao continue his own winning streak? There you go fanatics! Hoping you get all the ways to make sure you don't miss this exciting boxing match.


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