Wishful thinking. And blatant lying.
HahahahahahahahahahahahaPosted March 25, 2014 11:38 am
Great Article!!.Posted March 25, 2014 11:37 am
What did Rio’s face say?.Posted March 25, 2014 11:35 am
Hatton was fatally-flawed with a suspect chin and jaw. Clottey was paid off including a post-fight bonus(?!?). , Mosley* wasn’t dehydrated and we assume not juiced. Marquez wasn’t dehydrated and he didn’t have to be to officially and unofficially outclass and outpunch Pacquiao* four straight times. including the #1 KO in Boxing history. Bradley wasn’t dehydrated and he defeated Pacquiao*. Rios wasn’t dehydrated and it was among an overly-cautious Manny’s* most boring wins. Margarito weighed 17 lbs. more than Pac on fight night but remained seconds slower in reflexes and punch-delivery. Face It: Pacquiao’s* “greatness” has been due to smoke and mirrors since he escaped with a Draw v. Marquez who he also avoided rematching for Four (4) F’n Years.Posted March 25, 2014 11:19 am
“Manny hasn’t stopped anyone since 09, and they were dehydrated ”
‘turds, Hatton wasn’t dehydrated, Clottey wasn’t dehydrated, Mosley wasn’t dehydrated, Marquez wasn’t dehydrated, Bradley wasn’t dehydrated, Rios wasn’t dehydrated. Margarito weighed 17 lbs. more than Pac on fight night.Posted March 25, 2014 9:46 am
Wishful thinking. And blatant lying.Posted March 25, 2014 9:41 am
Manny Pacquiao has dominated boxing for over a decade. Voted Fighter of the Decade by boxing’s top writers was justice for a fighter that took on the best and beat the best. His 8 division world titles will never be seen again, ever. June of 03 defeats Ledwabe by TKO for a title. Nov 03 destroys the great Marco Antonio Barrera. May of 04 drops Marquez in round one and beats him around the ring for 12 rounds, and if not for a judge that admitted he scored a round wrong, Manny on paper would have received the in. Regardless, he won in the public eye. Jan of 06, destroys the great Erik Morales. Mar of 08 destroys Marquez. Dec of 08 destroys Oscar, the Golden Boy. May of 09 destroys Hatton. Nov of 09 Destroys The great Miguel Cotto. Nov of 2010 destroys Margarito. Nov of 2011 destroys Marquez and June of 2012 destroys Bradley as the robbery of the century is born. Nov of 2013, Manny puts on the greatest boxing exhibition ever bar none. April of 2014, Manny Pacquiao devastates Timothy Bradley to regain his stolen championship belt and bring justice to himself. Manny Pacquiao will go down in the history books as the greatest fighting machine ever. No one ha the speed, power, accuracy, agility, ring generalship or stamina that Manny Pacquiao posses, no one, Mayweather was in the decade that Manny Pacquiao as voted the Fighter of the Decade. The writers, fans and fighters all knew that Manny as unbeatable in that decade, and Floyd Mayweather would not have stood a chance, and that’s fact. Manny is a combination of Robinson, SRR Leonard, Duran, Hagler, Monzon,Chavez, Louis, Tyson, Ali and a few other great talents. April 12th will be Manny Pacquiao’s vindication day. Greatness will visit the boxing world again as Las Vegas will be packed. Floyd Mayweather’s home town where he resides will be Manny Pacquiao’s home while he is there as he is with the City of Los Angeles. Theere will never be another fighter that brings so much to the table. He changes every city he goes to. People love Manny Pacquiao, and his fighting ability has no equal. Keep your eyes on the TV on April 12 or you may miss one of the greatest knockouts of all time. Manny Pacquiao will be special on this night. Trust me, when Manny is motivated, focued and phyically and mentally prepared, no one beats him, no one. manny is the best!Posted March 25, 2014 3:04 am
Manny hasn’t stopped anyone since 09, and they were dehydrated Bradley is tough he took hard shots from Ruslan and he kept coming and didn’t fold. So I don’t see Manny stopping him this will be another close one. Bradley has no KO power but he is game as hell. Manny skills have faded alone with some of his confidence from the Marquez loss. This one will go to the cards with them having to fight for a 3rd time. This is another Manny vs. Marquez saga that goes on till this day. Manny cannot dominate guys his size or who are not coming in with weight issues.Posted March 24, 2014 11:53 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Manny prefers fighters coming off of losses. He will not defeat Bradley. This is the end of Punkout.Posted March 24, 2014 8:40 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Chump, punkass Pactards. Imagine if Mayweather had 5 losses. Hypocrit jerkoffs.Posted March 24, 2014 8:20 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Pac Hater Killer
LMFAO “The legends come back from devestating losses…Louis, Foreman, Hearns, Duran, Lewis …Pacman will prove his greatness by beating Bradley and join them.”
WHICH LEGENDS ABOVE LOST TO 3K BATTERY AND RUSTICO TORRECAMPO WHEN THEY WERE YOUNG???Posted March 24, 2014 8:18 pm
Manny’s one dimensional, no defense style is BORING!!Posted March 24, 2014 7:41 pm
Dumbest comment ever? Some of like to see actual skill in the ring, idiot…
My real name is Hec DogPosted March 24, 2014 7:38 pm
Pac Hater Killer
LOL has anyone seen the reaction of Bakla’s on you tube when Manny got KTFO by Marquez?Posted March 24, 2014 7:38 pm
Pac Hater Killer
“I’m afraid of needles” LOL (ignore my tattoos)Posted March 24, 2014 7:34 pm
Pac Hater Killer
PUTANG INA MO PACQUIAO. PUTANG INA MO KANG WALA KANG GINAWA KUNDI
Pac Hater Killer
• METRO: PACQUIAO GOES INCOGNITO IN QUEZON CITY COURT
METRO MANILA, March 15, 2006, (STAR) By Perseus Echeminada – Boxing idol Manny Pacquiao yesterday slipped into the Quezon City prosecutor’s office unnoticed by a horde of reporters who were waiting for him to appear at the court to answer a paternity suit filed by a 24-year-old woman who claimed that the boxing champ was the father of her baby boy.
Wearing big, dark glasses and oversized baseball cap, Pacquiao reportedly climbed the stairs of the Quezon City hall of justice unnoticed and went straight to the office of city assistant prosecutor Ma. Gracia Cadiz Casaclang to sign his counter affidavit.
“I was surprised to see him in my office,” Casaclang told reporters during the preliminary investigation held at noon yesterday.
Even court employees who were preparing for lunch did not notice Pacquiao.
The city prosecutor said she allowed Pacquiao to take his oath with his lawyer Jose Crisostomo but did not accept the documents Crisostomo officially submitted.
Lawyer Vic Rodriguez who accompanied his client, Joanne Rose Bacusa, and her two-year- old son said the more Pacquiao avoids confrontation with her client, the more the case will build up against him.
Bacusa for her part expressed disappointment over Pacquiao’s failure to show up at the preliminary investigation.
Earlier, Bacusa and her son went to the St. Luke’s Hospital to undergo DNA testing. However, doctors deferred the procedure pending the appearance of Pacquiao, which is a requirement for any paternity test.
The hospital visit was in response to Pacquiao’s earlier statement that he is willing to undergo DNA test to determine if he is really the father of the child.
The test did not proceed due to the hospital policy which requires both parents to be present during the blood sample gathering to preserve the integrity of the test.
“If respondent Pacquiao will honor and be faithful to his words befitting his lofty stature
Pac Hater Killer
“Floyd Mayweather Jr., The Pound 4 Pound King.
Pac Hater Killer
LOL Filly’s here have the nerve to talk about Blacks? As if Pinoy’s are doing anything except play dominoes and karaoke! And copy everything America does? And whiten their skin!Posted March 24, 2014 7:29 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Nothing worst than a chump, punkass Pactard! They would polish Manny’s knob if they could. They would vote Manny into congress if they could. Oh, i forgot, they did that already! Dumbass Filly’s!Posted March 24, 2014 7:28 pm
This is why pactards are the worst a holes on the planet, hec dog further proves it Manny is done and when he looses again. You will jump off a bridge Manny is done he is exposed he was the biggest hype job in boxing he juiced and beat dehydrated fighters no one cares about him his ppvs suck and he is broke.Posted March 24, 2014 5:25 pm
Get some evidence mans worldPosted March 24, 2014 5:01 pm
Manny Pacquiao is arguably the greatest prize fighter of all time, and with good cause. Manny Pacquiao’s answers and body language cannot be deciphered by what a person thinks he sees. Everyone has their own perception, and it’s ludicrous to think Manny is even remotely unsure. Trust me, I know the man better than most, and if there is someone qualified to read the man, it’s me. First off, I think it would appropriate to have a qualified translator to get Manny’s point across clearly. He occasionally has difficulty using the correct words to describe what he wants to get across. If he was explaining something in his native language, there would be no miscommunication in any way. Secondly, Timothy Bradley is trying to ruffle his own feathers by talking the talk, and posing like he’s always been confident that he could beat manny Pacquiao. He sure was singing a different song after their first fight. Bradley now beats an aging Marquez, and now he thinks he has the strategy and ability to beat a Manny Pacquiao that he sees as lacking in confidence and has lost his killer instinct. Fighters don’t lose their killer instinct. They lose their will to compete. Manny Pacquiao has lot neither. As a matter of fact, as I closely watch and study Manany Pacquiao, I see a Monster that is about to painfully destroy anyone, not just Timothy Bradley. Manny Pacquiao will begin his second reign of terror as readies himself to beat Bradley, Garcia, Porter, Broner, Canelo and Mikey Garcia. Do not underestimate a fighter of Manny Pacquiao’s ability and intelligence. If Ped Man Marquez wants another fight, please come on and bring that beat up, substance abused, fragile body to the table so that the ring legend, Manny Pacquiao ends your career for good. Floyd obviously wants no part of Manny, and once he sees Manny destroy Timothy Bradley, Mayweather will keep his phone off and doors locked. I took a glimpse of Manny’s sparring earlier, and I will tell you one thing right now. Manny will stop Bradley inside of 4 rounds or no later than 9. Ali, Duran, Robinson, Bruce Lee, Hulk Hogan, Leonard, Chavez, GSP or any other fighter beats manny Pacquiao when he is physically and mentally ready and focused, no one. Forget the cold that he had. Forget his age. Forget who’s in his camp. A few things you don’t forget about Manny Pacquiao is his extraordinary boxing skills. You don’t forget his God given natural power. You don’t forget what he is capable of doing. And you don’t forget that this fighting machine is one of a kind. He will do what everyone thinks he can’t do. Keep your eyes open on April 12 because Manny Pacquiao will defeat Timothy Bradley in a dramatic and stunning fashion. Once the fight is over, everyone will believe and agree that Manny Pacquiao should be considered the greatest fighting machine of all time. Don’t miss this fight. manny is going to do something special. Trust me on this. Manny is the best!Posted March 24, 2014 3:40 pm
I find it interesting, none of these so-called analysts, ever question Mayweather’s heart, fire or aggression. I guess he’s the only boxer allowed to use the sweet science, without being ridiculed for it. Boxing fans want to see knockouts, regardless of who the boxer is, and that should go for Mayweather as well.Posted March 24, 2014 3:08 pm
I’ve seen tennis matches last 5 hours… Crazy… And then the winner plays the next day.Posted March 24, 2014 2:52 pm
… “36 year old Tennis players don’t win Majors”
Tennis can damage your knees and hips after about 20 years. The elbow on your serving and hitting arm also deteriorates. Tennis players can play I don’t know how many matches a year… 80 or 100?
Boxers can fight into their 40′s. Even the little guys. Eder Jofre fought into his 40′s and won his last 25 fights. You can’t do that if you trade shots — but if you box the ass off guys like Brandon Rios you can do it.
Pac is changing it up… Now, stay smart.Posted March 24, 2014 2:50 pm
Pacquiao will win easily.Posted March 24, 2014 2:39 pm
Tomato Can Stan
Dazani – The reason for that “relentlessness” is because of three highly disputable decisions Pacquiao received over Marquez, and the criticism Pacquiao drew from them. So Pacquiao wanted to make a statement this time, to leave no doubt and to have a clear conclusion to their classic rivalry. He took a chance, stepped up, went for broke…..and got knocked out. He wanted to silence his critics for and for all. In their overall rivalry, I believe Pacquiao has the edge. He landed more, had more knock downs and landed harder and more damaging punches and was the general aggressor. If you want to rate one emphatic KO over all that, then that’s open to debate on these forums.
Agree fully that Pac went out their to make a statement in this fight to show that he was the better fighter. I also don’t think it was coincidence that Team Pac waited each time to fight JMM again. My thinking is that they too were about “Timing” from a different perspective; that of age gets us all.
BAD LUCK statement:
Manny is a juiced up bum…Posted March 24, 2014 2:02 pm
Manny Pacquiao, arguably the greatest fighter of all time will have no mercy on Timothy Bradley this time around. Some of you must recall that Manny came back from the loss to Ped Man Marquez, took a year off and put on one of the greatest boxing clinics ever seen. No one had ever thought that Manny Pacquiao could reinvent himself from the greatest offensive fighting machine in boxing history to a graceful, agile, poetic boxer with a defensive mechanism that only technology could create. A master performance that no one expected. The crowd in attendance gasped in awe as they witnessed Manny Pacquiao turn boxing into an art of beauty. This is a man that no one thought could ever come back. Today, he continues adding to his legend at the famous Wild Card Gym. One sparring partner for Manny Pacquiao, Lydel Rhodes said after sparring the legend “I can’t see his punches coming.” This gives you an inside glance as to what Timothy Bradley will be up against. There are current rumors at the Wild Card gym that sparring partners for Manny have given orders to their trainers to actually yell out “Incoming” 5 seconds before Manny throws his punches. Manny Pacquiao is on fire right now, and he means business. I have been following Manny Pacquiao for awhile, and I can tell you with certainty that Timothy Bradley will be stopped before round 4 or no later than round 9. Forget what Manny seems like or what Timothy Bradley says, Manny is correct when he says “My time is not yet over.” Every great fighter has more in the tank than people know. We know of a handful of great fighters that have suffered bad defeats only to come back with devastating wins. This will be the case with Manny Pacquiao. He is a fighter that stands alone and a foot above any fighter that has ever stepped into the boxing ring. Most boxing observers and fans have seen only half of what Manny Pacquiao is capable of. Those that don’t like Manny Pacquiao are coming up with their wishful thinking as to why he won’t be the same. Mayweather and Ped Man Marquez are shaking in their shoes hoping Manny doesn’t win. They fear what monster has been let loose. The heart beat of Boxing is riding on Manny Pacquiao. More fans in the USA are pulling for Manny to win this fight than in the Philippines, and that speaks volumes about Manny Pacquiao’s popularity and the love people have for him. His current training in Los Angeles has set attendance records at Griffith Park from fans wanting to catch a glimpse of this warrior. The world will stop for a brief moment on April 12 because this is an event of epic proportions. Manny’s time is not finished yet, and he’s going to prove it on April 12, trust me on this. Manny is the best!Posted March 24, 2014 1:48 pm
Tomato Can Stan
Dazani – The reason for that “relentlessness” is because of three highly disputable decisions Pacquiao received over Marquez, and the criticism Pacquiao drew from them. So Pacquiao wanted to make a statement this time, to leave no doubt and to have a clear conclusion to their classic rivalry. He took a chance, stepped up, went for broke…..and got knocked out. He wanted to silence his critics for and for all. In their overall rivalry, I believe Pacquiao has the edge. He landed more, had more knock downs and landed harder and more damaging punches and was the general aggressor. If you want to rate one emphatic KO over all that, then that’s open to debate on these forums.Posted March 24, 2014 12:52 pm
Bad luck would have been if Pac’s shoe laces suddenly became untied and he stepped on them forcing him to lower his hands and fall into JMM punch. That’s bad luck. What’s not…going for the kill and lunging in against one of the best counter-punchers in the game.Posted March 24, 2014 12:47 pm
Tomato Can Stan
I never saw Pac’s cold fire burn so bright than after Marquez knocked him down.Posted March 24, 2014 12:46 pm
Tomato Can Stan
Pacquiao’s two losses were bad luck, nothing more. People forget he really beat Bradley and was battering a broken-nosed Marquez around the ring until he walked into that haymaker. And he looked good against Rios. A fighter can come back from a KO but not from a sustained beating, which Pacquiao has not suffered from any of these opponents.
One loss maybe but not both. Bradley win over Pac is highly disputed. I thought Pac won. However, with JMM, although Pac was battering JMM and he was seriously hurt, JMM is still a brilliant fighter, dangerous when hurt, I don’t recall ever being knocked out, and when he sensed the moment of opportunity to take advantage of Pac’s relentlessness in going on the attack for the kill, JMM set the trap and waited, waited, and struck as Pac went for the finishing blow.Posted March 24, 2014 12:45 pm
Interesting how some of the most quite and soft spoken people end up having the most rage/fire when needed. It’s like somehow above is waiting for the right moment to throw fuel on the fire when others misjudge the danger of the flame he created.
Bradley should hope nobody is still above Pac’s fire ready to pour fuel on his fire.Posted March 24, 2014 12:43 pm
Tomato Can Stan
Pac looks like some wise Buddhist sage in this pic lol.Posted March 24, 2014 11:03 am
Tomato Can Stan
Pacquiao’s two losses were bad luck, nothing more. People forget he really beat Bradley and was battering a broken-nosed Marquez around the ring until he walked into that haymaker. And he looked good against Rios. A fighter can come back from a KO but not from a sustained beating, which Pacquiao has not suffered from any of these opponents.Posted March 24, 2014 10:58 am
Author are you serious?? Kell brook really? Wtf? How the hell would he beat Bradley you twit? Can you stop the bias and stop nut hanging its not the right thing to do. Peace and god bless you all.Posted March 24, 2014 8:14 am
Disagree with this author. Indeed, Bradley did lose the first fight but he has improved since. Bradley is top 3 best at 147lb, along side pbf and manny. Manny will need to be in tip top shape to beat this bradley. Lastly, as a side note. I think people need to stop talking about how pbf would easily beat manny. Come on now folks. If pbf thought he could easily beat manny, the fight would have happened a long time ago. Pbf knows exactly what time it is, when it comes to fighting manny. Very challenging, very risky. End of story.Posted March 24, 2014 6:09 am
Bo Bo Olson
Do watch the next fight with out any sound. Or again some one will be doing your thinking for you.
I noticed Mannie missing like hell vs Bradley. The TV opinion maker was in AWE! Did you hear how that punch hissed? Not saying it missed. You listened to a fight…from a biased commentator and missed the fight.
The the BS of not rematching ASAP….that told you Pac lost in his own mind. The first words out of his mouth should have been I want a rematch.
36 is old (is why 36 year old Tennis players don’t win Majors)….short arms don’t help…youth and reach do matter. That is why I favor Bradley…also got a chin. Manny still does too, but he got caught coming in; adding his weight and momentum to the punch that caught him….has happened to thousands.Posted March 24, 2014 5:21 am
Rocky balboa — your last line tell me how. ” objective” you are when you said. ” drugged up PAC” …. Lol
Let me tell you who is blind here, it’s the ref. who didn’t score a clear knock down for Provo and Roy johns who was soooooo biased against Provo that made me sick …Posted March 24, 2014 2:18 am
…interesting to “see”…my bad.Posted March 24, 2014 2:08 am
mansworld, my guess is you’re an idiotPosted March 24, 2014 2:06 am
Adrian, youre simply blind. Bradley won the fight fair & square. It wasnt easy, but he won! Maybe you saw the fight on a 5 by 5inch DVD player after the fight had been copied. Prov is a very good slugger without over all skills! There is no question that Bradley won that fight after taking some serious punches! Just because some great punches landed on Bradley doesnt mean he lost, you gotta take everything into account. Many wanted Prov to fght Pac because they both love to come forward. It would have been a great fight to watch, because Pac fights best going forward….he does have better angles & a better variety of punch throwing, But Prov hits hard with every punch…..it wouldv been interesting to how the drugged up Pac would have handled it.Posted March 24, 2014 2:05 am
Manny cannot win without juice, his skills have gone way down along with his ppv attraction. This fight is a no sale now after this there will be a Marquez 5. My guess is he don’t make it past Bradley though Arum really messed him up by making him fight the same guys over and over. But if he fought Floyd back in 09 of course he would have lost but he would have made more money than fighting with anyone else now he has zero.Posted March 24, 2014 1:35 am
Provo is not a counter puncher like Marquez who Bradley bradley basically beat him with his speed and boxed him from the outside but he couldn’t do that to Provo because Provo is a stalker and will catch you sometime no matter what !
Rocky balboa , Tim changed nothing and got a gift decision , I know he tried to box after he got hurt early on but still got beaten pretty bad and finished the fight in the canvas … I am not saying Bradley is not tough in contrary but he changed nothing in that fight because he couldn’t against prov he is a stalker and lime it or not you got to engage in a brawl sometimes and it’s then when he can hurt you …Posted March 24, 2014 1:21 am
Here we go again downplaying paqiaos opponent level by saying ” Bradley is nothing special ” and the same people like this author were saying PAC needs to fight Bradley again to show us if he still got it ,but now Bradley is not good?? Gtfo!!!Posted March 24, 2014 1:17 am
first and for most i want to say that ive been watching tim bradley since and before the junior whitter fight and he is a great fighter.i also believe that all thou a spirited fight he lost the first fight with paqiou just based on activity.i also agree that paqiou has lost his killer instinct, energy like that isnt ment to last.but i also believe in metemorhus,transfermation.he might not be as agressive as before but he can now box a little bit better and set up his shots and more importanlty not get hit as much.i for 1 will buy this fight just to see paqiou get his revenge, or see his demise.i owe paqiou that, hes given me some of the best memories of my life.Posted March 24, 2014 12:58 am
Adrian,…. Bradley adjusted by sticking & moving – landing clean shots while backing up, while occasionally stopping to deliver flurries. Prov ONLY knew how to slug it out like a mindless ape! Prov is what you call classic one dimensional! He’s what many dense boxing fans like to see – mindless brawling until someone falls!Posted March 24, 2014 12:50 am
Pacquiao is putting on his Charles Bronson smile in this photo… It’s a smile that says, “Oh, I’m going to enjoy kicking your ass so much.”Posted March 24, 2014 12:47 am
@Loopsidet, how did Bradley “adjust” in the fight against Provo when he finished the fight in the canvas??Posted March 24, 2014 12:38 am
The Roided One!
With his NEVER ENDING quest to AVOID RBTing, shows his desire to win, and to win CONVINCINGLY!!! The Roided One knows his former conditioning coach well, that is why he took those stringent tests, for the FIRST time in his career against Rios! WOW! Punk-Pac is representin’ his loyal Pactards to the TEE!!!Posted March 23, 2014 11:39 pm
The article is certainly opinionated. Bradley is a tough S.O.B and he has lots of stamina. If Provodnikov could not knock Bradley out and Marquez could not catch him with a shot, then Pacquaio will have his hands full.Posted March 23, 2014 11:30 pm
I thought it was funny when Pacquiao said our term for boxing is running. Then he turned around and said he boxed. err ran against Rios. Pacquiao did well on face off considering English isn’t his first language, but Tim talked him into a couple of corners. Face off was won by Bradley.Posted March 23, 2014 10:11 pm
What was the last time Manny beat a undefeated fighter? Second if someone wasn’t dehydrated at a catch weight he couldn’t dominate them. The last good credible fighter Manny beat was Cotto in 09. Since then he lost 2 out of his last 3 fights and has had no KOs. How can this guy stop fighters like Oscar, Cotto and Margecheato but cannot stop Bradley, Marquez or Rios? Poor ass clowns, guys who have juiced in the past skills have declined fast as well. Roy Jones, Holyfield, James Toney, Barry bonds the list goes on. Manny climbed 8 divisions and gained speed and power not to mention he could take shots from these bigger guys. Name one other fighter in the history of the sport who has done that? None because its not happing not without PEDs, Now he cannot juice because he is exposed now he looses and losses bad.Posted March 23, 2014 10:03 pm
Manny Pacquiao, arguably the greatest fighter of all time will have no mercy on Timothy Bradley this time around. Some of you must recall that Manny came back from the loss to Ped Man Marquez, took a year off and put on one of the greatest boxing clinics ever seen. No one had ever thought that Manny Pacquiao could reinvent himself from the greatest offensive fighting machine in boxing history to a graceful, agile, poetic boxer with a defensive mechanism that only technology could create. A master performance that no one expected. The crowd in attendance gasped in awe as they witnessed Manny Pacquiao turn boxing into an art of beauty. This is a man that no one thought could ever come back. Today, he continues adding to his legend at the famous Wild Card Gym. One sparring partner for Manny Pacquiao, Lydel Rhodes said after sparring the legend “I can’t see his punches coming.” This gives you an inside glance as to what Timothy Bradley will be up against. There are current rumors at the Wild Card gym that sparring partners for Manny have given orders to their trainers to actually yell out “Incoming” 5 seconds before Manny throws his punches. Manny Pacquiao is on fire right now, and he means business. I have been following Manny Pacquiao for awhile, and I can tell you with certainty that Timothy Bradley will be stopped before round 4 or no later than round 9. Forget what Manny seems like or what Timothy Bradley says, Manny is correct when he says “My time is not yet over.” Every great fighter has more in the tank than people know. We know of a handful of great fighters that have suffered bad defeats only to come back with devastating wins. This will be the case with Manny Pacquiao. He is a fighter that stands alone and a foot above any fighter that has ever stepped into the boxing ring. Most boxing observers and fans have seen only half of what Manny Pacquiao is capable of. Those that don’t like Manny Pacquiao are coming up with their wishful thinking as to why he won’t be the same. Mayweather and Ped Man Marquez are shaking in their shoes hoping Manny doesn’t win. They fear what monster has been let loose. The heart beat of Boxing is riding on Manny Pacquiao. More fans in the USA are pulling for Manny to win this fight than in the Philippines, and that speaks volumes about Manny Pacquiao’s popularity and the love people have for him. His current training in Los Angeles has set attendance records at Griffith Park from fans wanting to catch a glimpse of this warrior. The world will stop for a brief moment on April 12 because this is an event of epic proportions. Manny’s time is not finished yet, and he’s going to prove it on April 12, trust me on this. Manny is the best!Posted March 23, 2014 9:57 pm
Pacquiao thinks he’s back by what he did to Rios. Rios was a punching bag, he wasn’t busy at all, so of course Pacquiao was able to throw a lot of punches and look good in that fight. But come April 12, Pacquiao will not be throwing a lot of punches because he’ll be to busy on defense, because Bradley is always a busy fighter. I saw the first fight as a draw, but gave the win to Pacquiao since he was the champion.Posted March 23, 2014 8:27 pm
Pac lost his self-confidence. It happens when you know you were handed things on a silver platter, and you get KTFO. Your world collapses. Pac never had any defense to speak of. His defense was offense with reckless abandon. It worked for him when we was at lighter weight classes because he was more muscular and stronger than his oppositions. When he went up in weight he was matched with popular fighters on the twilight of their careers. And those fights were held with a huge advantage for Pac — the catchweight clauses. But you can only milk that cow so much. Pac is done. Floyd did him in without fighting him. When Floyd insinuated that Pac maybe juicing, Pac`s career went down on a spiral. He was spooked by the possibility that he would get caught with PED in his veins if he didnt stop. And then Marquez nailed the last nail in Pac`s coffin. Pac is done. Exposed as the hype that he has always been.Posted March 23, 2014 7:55 pm
Manny gone whup him Oriental-type Chinaman style!Posted March 23, 2014 7:51 pm
Ray Ray is getting his conspiracy theories in early.Posted March 23, 2014 7:49 pm
“I am a nurse” Hell no, that ain’t a Chinaman whupping!! Manny gonna give Bradley one though!Posted March 23, 2014 6:19 pm
I am a nurse
“Fu Manchu” please explain what a Chinaman whopping is- Is this where a chinaman pulls out his little limp eggroll, and beats a chinese woman across the face repeatedly, doing little to no damge to the women, be severely injuring his little phallus.Posted March 23, 2014 5:55 pm
The legends come back from devestating losses…Louis, Foreman, Hearns, Duran, Lewis …Pacman will prove his greatness by beating Bradley and join them.Posted March 23, 2014 5:54 pm
Manny gonna give him a Chinaman whupping!Posted March 23, 2014 5:42 pm
Pacman Is saying the same thing he said to Marquez. And Got KO’d. Jeff u are clearly feeling the side effects from Mannys KnockoutPosted March 23, 2014 5:33 pm
Pacqioua is done! Old age is setting in. All his gift of speed, power and agility are all diminishing! Low ring IQ and too much blows in the head will definitely affect his performance. Bradley is on the right place and time to beat an old great fighter!Posted March 23, 2014 4:57 pm
Bias fanboy article! He likes Pacquiao* but doesnt like Tim….we get it! He didnt see how AMAZING it was when Bradley adjusted to Provodnikov….MOST fighters would have FOLDED under that type of pressure. Bradley TRAINS like a true champion – nothing laudable about that?! Bradley was undefeated until he faced PacROID*. No honorable mension of that!? Some “clearly” did not see, along with some “judges,” Pacquiao landing his shots flush on Bradley – so a DRAW would be OK for some!
Bradley has had some very interesting fights, he doesnt hit hard, but has had exceptional endurance that takes that overly muscular frame to the end of EVERY bout!! I’m not a PacROID* fan but I can CLEARLY expound on what he does very well; my main issue is his AVOIDANCE of stringent test taking! Testing, that if taken, would have made me a fan to no end – and a host of others!! Oh, and lets not forget the FOUR catchweight titles that left his opponents WEAK & DRAINED before their fights! If Tim Bradley has operated with integrity thus far, Bradley will find a way to give PUNKquiao* fits in this fight….so this one is up in the air…..unless those STEROIDS come SHINING through!!
I’m a poster so I can vent with my facts (In his* entire career, he’s* taken RBTng ONLY for ONE fighter – the DANGEROUSLY light & slow Rios, a fighter that lost 2 of his 3 fights at a lighter weight, some would argue his last 3), but writing articles should be more balanced….not for bias fanboys!Posted March 23, 2014 4:32 pm
Constantine the Czar
My friends, Manny Pacquiao’s time is certainly not finished…come April 12, we shall instead see a renaissance of Manny’s fortunes, a rebirth, the start of a NEW chapter in Manny’s esteemed career, which is already LEGENDARY. ‘The RETURN OF THE PACMAN’…Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Pacquiao, an UNPARALELLED 8 WEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION and FIGHTER OF THE DECADE, will once again BLOOM and BLOSSOM and ascend to EVEN MORE GLORIOUS heights, like a PHOENIX RISEN FROM THE ASHES, a RESURRECTION you could almost say…My people, Manny is ready to RAISE his game to even more dizzying heights, in a display of power, speed and fury rarely seen before inside a boxing ring. Tim Bradley is a worthy opponent, we all know that, but Manny Pacquiao is ready to devastate him, dominate him and destroy him in purely a sporting sense, but also so that, we the viweing public all AROUND THE WORLD, shall BEAR WITNESS to GREATNESS in the flesh right before our very eyes. You see, my friends, Manny Pacquiao, THE FIGHTING PRIDE OF THE PHILIPPINES, is akin to a Colussus bestriding the World, like a Young God from Mount Olympus, another Thor, another Superman, Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Captain Marvel AND Iron Man all rolled into one..a SUPERHUMAN, LARGER THAN LIFE, GLOBAL ICON OF BOXING. NO ONE IS GREATER THAN MANNY. MANNY is a BOXER WITHOUT COMPARE, WITHOUT EQUAL. We are extraordinarily lucky and privileged to see this TRULY LEGENDARY UNIVERSALLY ADMIRED sportsman in our lifetimes. My esteemed and knowledgable friends, MANNY PACQUIAO is, quite simply, THE BEST.Posted March 23, 2014 4:28 pm
birdhead….. exactlyPosted March 23, 2014 4:03 pm
Indeed Manny is only halfway to his goal of 10 official losses.Posted March 23, 2014 3:58 pm
Lets hope not mr pacman im buy this fight just see the one and ony pacman althou im not sleeping on bradleyPosted March 23, 2014 3:45 pm