Bradley thinks that he beat Pacquaio,,but now he can’t justify himself to fight a good fighters like Judah, Khan, Marquez, Berto, Cotto in order to depend the crown he takes from the Pacman…Posted November 13, 2012 1:48 pm
bradley is a tough guy who still should be a contender not a champ he didnt really beat pac .And people know it. I dont see the fight between mayweather vs bradley as a big money fight for floyd .I will say this bradley would try his best But lose a lop sided decision . STILL for small money it might be to much of a tuff fight for Floyd to take .Posted October 28, 2012 12:47 pm
Mayweather isn’t getting any older-if you were to twist my arm I’d say he’d fight The Ghost next, cause they were already talking about making that fight at one time. I don’t know how Floyd would do against either guy if you ask me. I think Pacman stops Floyd-I really didn’t think Floyd looked all that unbeatable vs Coto. Coto did damn well vs Floyd-better than that BS score card-waay better than the score cards-I mean he bust Mayweather up. If Floyd was to fight either Th Ghost or Bradley he would try to fight them at 154 cause thats just the kinda fighter he is but I think quite a few guys could clip Floyd right about now. I just don’t look at him and see this super greatness that some of you see, but he is great for this era. Bradley might be to much for Floyd at 147 imo and the Ghost giving 100% of himself should be alot for Floyd. Floyd might not fight again but if he does the guy will pick very carefully who he fights SMH and CTFU and LMAOPosted October 11, 2012 4:20 pm
I would tune in for a Mayweather vs Bradley fight. Good Match up, I notice a lot of people making comments that Money has lost a step to 43-0 je seems to be getting better and better Cotto was a tough fight for him but Cotto also really only won 1 ring in there fight. As for Pacquiao he’s finished as a fighter. Money vs Pacman could have taken place if you remember the very first rounds of negotiations it was agreed to 50/50 split with Mayweather giving Pacquiao 10 million dollars for each lbs over fight limit all Pacquiao had to do was take a drig test but he elected to sue. Something is not right with his camp Pacquiao vs Marquez will flop then he will have to settle for a 70/30 split this fight will never happenPosted October 11, 2012 11:13 am
Bradley-Mayweather a valid fight, good PPV. Make sure if you can defeat Bradley by knocking him out.Posted October 11, 2012 12:34 am
Its funny seeing all the comments because your views about this fight is clearly stating that Floyd would be to much for PAC Man! Bradly didn’t get crushed in his last fight with PAC Man but he gained PAC Man’s respect during the fight. It’s also funny that Bradley landed as many punches as he did against PAC Man, meaning Floyd would pop shot PAC Man way to much in a fight!
The reason Floyd may take the fight is the same reason he stepped in the ring with Juan Marquez! They said that PAC Man was better an Floyd then set records against Marquez. Floyd really don’t need the money but more so to shut people up about him fighting PAC Man, who has yet to fight a great fighter with out a catch weight Claus, that drains them for the fight. All these guys are chasing a big Pay Day!Posted September 26, 2012 5:39 pm
May weather or May fight..holy flipping ring rust..Mayweather fight someone he might loose to..you got to be kidding the guy is yellow through and through..the only guy he never avoided was the tall fella that got killed in a bikeing accident.great fighter no heart,big mouth.Posted September 24, 2012 2:03 pm
Bradley is like a child. “Here I am” “Play with me”.Posted September 24, 2012 1:44 pm
unless he “sprains” his ankles again, what does bradley have to offer? Soft hands, headbutts?Posted September 20, 2012 1:29 am
Bradley vs lopez or berto would doPosted September 19, 2012 11:05 pm
Why in the world would Mayweather fight Bradley?. Bradley doesn’t have Gate.Posted September 17, 2012 3:35 pm
lou dibella come and negotiate to bob arum…. if mayweather not want to fight pacquiao…
PACQUIAO_MARTINEZ…………………………………….i wish fight could happen……………Posted September 17, 2012 12:02 pm
manny cant fight toe to toe with martinez… people also want this fight… lets get it on….
As great as Pac-Man is (was), I have a hard time seeing him beating Martinez. If Martinez is anywhere close to the condition he was this past Saturday, he will be more than a match (and perhaps to strong) for Pac-Man. But, this is fight I would definately pay to see. Thanks.Posted September 17, 2012 11:56 am
manny beat margarito at 156lbs, i think the best is for manny with sergio martinez at catchweight… this is agood fight..Posted September 17, 2012 11:50 am
For people who speak highly of this Bradley, I really don’t know what fight they were watching when Pacquiao clearly took him to school. Bradley’s got too many flaws and bad habits that Mayweather would expose very easily and it would be a very lopsided decision win or TKO win for Mayweather. It may say otherwise in the record books, but Bradley DID NOT DEFEAT PACQUIAO by a long shot and he sure won’t come clear nor close to beating Mayweather. Why Pacquiao does not want the rematch with Bradley? I do not know and I’m very disappointed in him for not taking it. Just for that foolishness alone, I hope Marquez beats him in their fourth fight just to send a message to the old fool.Posted September 15, 2012 8:50 pm
GIVE BRADLEY-MAYWEATHER FIGHT A CHANCE.
ONE IS CHASING PAC AND ONE IS RUNNING AWAY FROM PAC.
THEY ARE KINDA LIKE NORTH POLE AND SOUTH POLE.
OPPOSITES ATTRACT EACH OTHER.Posted September 14, 2012 9:00 pm
You’re not serious are you? lolPosted September 14, 2012 8:11 pm
timothy “is the desert storm” bradley can beat floyd mayweather, and this will be excellent fight.
all money is here, promotional materials are favorable in that story can be told regarding each that
this “desert storm,” this bradley, this small ‘jason bourne,’ he will trounce and is it batter the
all the same, our t bradley must make some adjustment in order to gain not only fight, but win.
Boring style matchup rather see bradley mix it up aginst maidan,alexander-bailey winner or even khan,Posted September 14, 2012 4:40 pm
People claiming that this fight won’t be competitive but who else is there to fight really?? I don’t think Mayweather is going to stay at 154. If Pac won’t fight Mayweather this is the only fight that makes since right now… I don’t want to see Mayweather whoop Cotto’s ass again. Khan just got his ass KO’d and lost two in a row. Bradley is undefeated and he’s hungry. I don’t think Bradley will win but f#$% it.. Neither one of them have an opponent right now.Posted September 14, 2012 2:53 pm
Bradley would be schooled. The game is hit and don’t get hit and no one does it better than Floyd in the ENTIRE History of Boxing. Compubox agrees with ME on that. Floyd would WIN by boring UD.Posted September 14, 2012 2:37 pm
On paper, this sounds like an “interesting” fight. Bradley has heart and appears to always be in great shape, so we can probably be assured that there won’t be a quick KO. Still, Bradley is much slower than Mayweather and his defense is not the best. That’s tailor made for Mayweather. Money is also the “bigger man”, although after the Dawson – Ward match last week, I’m not so sure that’s an advantage. Still, it would be interesting to see if Mayweather shows any interest in Bradley and if so, can this fight be sold? Floyd has the name that will attract people; Bradley got a gift againt Pac-Man and that may keep people away in droves. It remains to be seen, I guess. Persoanlly, I’d love to see Floyd fight anyone that isn’t battle weary or coming to the ring in a rocking chair. Bradley may just be “too young and prime” for Floyd. Thanks.Posted September 14, 2012 2:32 pm
Is the champ begging?Posted September 14, 2012 1:48 pm
That’s right guy, target another pay day! All you’re good for. Think Floyd will give? First question Floyd will pose: how many PPV’s do you bring to the plate? And goodnight.Posted September 14, 2012 12:23 pm
Arum is HOPING, Floyd will take this fight!! floyd ain’t no DOPE, Bradley has DONE NOTHING to earn a fight with Floyd!! Bradley SHOUDL’VE fought AMir Khan!Posted September 14, 2012 11:15 am
“An even bigger money fight for Bradley”? Is that so? There’s nothing to be gained by Floyd fighting Bradley except, another belt, if that’s worth much anything these days or worth anything to Floyd. Yes, Bradley will make money but certainly no more than he made against Pacquiao. Unless of course, that’s the weight Floyd wants to remain at until retirement but for all intents and purposes, Bradley lost, I know it and everybody else does too so, what benefit would it provide Floyd. I think Floyd would be better off fighting Canelo Alvarez. Alvarez is a bit bigger and has some power but Floyd is smarter, faster and has the skill and technique to overcome what the young man brings. It would be like watching Picaso paint on a “new” canvas except, this one may use alot more shellack for emphasis.Posted September 14, 2012 10:57 am
CARLOS EL GUAPO
I haven’t seen May chasing Pac too hard though.Posted September 14, 2012 10:46 am
As if he’s in the run, when he’s just another Bob Arum puppet.
Do nobody wanna see Bradley get schooled on by Floyd, he does not even have a punchers chance. I’d rather see Floyd fight JMM again, to be honest.Posted September 14, 2012 10:44 am
CARLOS EL GUAPO
Bradley wants to go where the money is and “easy money” is his best option. Floyd hasn’t been that stron at welter
I cant agree morePosted September 14, 2012 10:27 am
This is a great fight for Floyd… Bradley is an undefeated 2-Division World Champion who owns a record book victory over Pacquiao.. Floyd has already beaten five 3-division world champions and Bradley is a good name to add to his collection as he waits for Pacquaio to finally beat Marquez.. The super-tough Bradley is a very tough fight for Floyd’s style of counterpunching and boxing because Tim stays in your face, has great speed and endurance, is very strong, is conditioned to the max, and throws many more punches than your average world champ …. Tim wins a ton of rounds just on his furious activity rate. Judah was the only guy who got up on Floyd on the scorecards early along with sending FMJ to the canvas. Zab did it by getting a lot of hands in Floyd’s face … Tim suffered a broken foot in his last fight—but by the 5th round he’s usually just getting started.Posted September 14, 2012 10:25 am
I hear where you are coming from, but I doubt this pushes Mayweather to a whole new level with regards to his all-time rankings. Yes, he fought Ortiz, who was also a young, strong champion at the time. Understand though that Ortiz’s stock was supremely high after his FOY with Berto…Mayweather struck while the iron was hot. Bradley on the other hand is coming off a “loss” to Pacman and really doesnt have a bargaining chip to bait Mayweather. Mayweather can cement his legacy against Pacman, aside from that, he has to continue to fight opponents at higher weight classes. I’d rather see Mayweather go back to 154 and face Trout or Alvarez before Bradley.Posted September 14, 2012 9:54 am
Bradley is in a bad position right now, and his high hopes for his boxing future after moving up in weight and joining Top Rank are slowly diminishing…he’s desperate right now. Bradley-Khan never materialized at 140, which wouldve been a huge fight, but Khan is no longer a viable option after his recent string of losses. He then “beats” Pacman and doesnt even get a rematch. You dont threaten Arum’s cash cow…period. If Arum is going to get a close or “gift” decision from the judges for Pacman, he’d rather it be against JMM and for more money. Lastly, calling out Mayweather is going to get Bradley nowhere fast. Since Mayweather left Top Rank back in the early-mid 2000s, he hasnt fought a Top Rank opponent to date. The chances of Mayweather ending that streak for the likes of Bradley are highly unlikely. Where does he go from here???Posted September 14, 2012 9:43 am
How do you figure? Alvarez beat Mosley by UD just like Mayweather did. Mayweather didn’t put on any better of a performance against Mosley than Alvarez did. And considering Alvarez’s youth and relative lack of experience in big fights–or boxing in general when compared to Floyd, Canelo was impressive. Alvarez/Mayweather would be a competitive boxing match.Posted September 14, 2012 9:24 am
Let’s forget the PPV BS for a moment and think about the fight itself: Mayweather/Bradley. Why shouldn’t it happen? Makes sense to me. Floyd fights new champions. Personally, I think Bradley would give Floyd a run for his money. Bradley’s the best boxer Floyd will have faced for many years. Bradley is also young and strong and takes a punch well. Mayweather will fill any arena–he doesn’t need Bradley to do that. So make the fight. If Floyd handily beats Bradley, it will certainly push Floyd to a whole new level in my all-time rankings book.Posted September 14, 2012 9:21 am
He only got those injured ankles running for dear life once he felt Pavarotti power!Posted September 14, 2012 9:08 am
I dont think so..Even tho I believe Floyd would dominate Tim much much better than Manny did I dont think he’d KO him.And slugging with Pac still ain’t the best choice.He had Tim hurt a few a few times.I could see Manny KOing Tim the second time.He doesn’t have that Marquez defense or counter punching ability.Posted September 14, 2012 8:52 am
Besides the fact that Arum wouldn’t let that happen, it would be a boring fight.Tim is too tough to get KO’d,Floyd is light years ahead in skill, and Tim has NO CHANCE of KOing Floyd..Another shutout for Floyd by Decision.Would be a good tube up tho.Posted September 14, 2012 8:39 am
WELL, BRADLEY VERSUS MAYWEATHER IS A GOOD MATCH UP.
ONE IS CHASING PAC, THE OTHER IS RUNNING AWAY FROM PAC.
ONE IS SALIVATING FOR A PAC FIGHT AND THE OTHER IS SCARED TO FIGHT PAC.
IT’S A FUNNY MATCH-UP.
LET’S GET IT ON !Posted September 14, 2012 8:32 am
Jake Lead Rights
Mayweather v Alvarez would be entertaining. Alvarez’s only advantage is size but everything else Money over shadows him by leaps and bounds. Money would side step him and pop him as he’s moving. Alavrez has little movement and almost no defense. But the fight would guarantee a big purse.Posted September 14, 2012 8:24 am
Who is available to Mayweather that can generate more money than Bradley? That has to be either Canelo or Paquiao but are they available? I think not, so who then? Erislandy Lara, Vanes Martirosyan or Paulie Malignaggi ? I rather see Mayweather v Bradley than v eny of thoose.Posted September 14, 2012 5:46 am
4get bradley not being ppv worthy he just doesn’t have the skills to beat mayweather. Plus floyd wants better competition equal or better than cotto and that was a good fightPosted September 14, 2012 4:49 am
I would like to see that fight, i want to see Money knock out Bradly – something Pac could not do. I also think Bradly could win if he rematch Pac. Now he knows he cant slug with Pac, so with two good legs he will outbox him.Posted September 14, 2012 4:10 am