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Saturday, April 12,2014.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev
12 rounds – Welterweight division (for Bradley’s WBO title) .


Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley’s second fight is a “tossup,” says longtime boxing writer Larry Merchant.

“You can’t say enough about Manny and where he was when he first came to America, and how he evolved as a boxer-puncher,” Merchant told RingTV in a recent interview. “In that fight, against Rios, he fought just as a boxer. But he’s not going to be able to beat Bradley just as a boxer. You can never dismiss a fighter of Manny’s proven qualities.”

However, Merchant cites the age of Pacquiao–who turned 35 in December–as a deciding factor for a likely Bradley victory. He also noted Bradley’s victory over Juan Manuel Marquez and Pacquiao’s loss to the same fighter in 2012.

“Tim Bradley is a younger guy and he still thinks that he’s got stuff to prove, and that’s what makes Bradley who he is,” Merchant said. “Bradley wins every place that he goes. If there is any resistance, he wears you out. He’s a damn good figher.”

The first Pacquiao-Bradley fight ended in a controversial decision victory for Bradley.

Merchant, however, noted that Pacquiao hasn’t “had one bad round in 10 years or one bad 10 seconds.”

“So you don’t just dismiss him because he showed that he’s still eager to do it in his last fight. The quesion is whether he can make as big a change in doing that as he would have to to beat Bradley. The question for Manny is whether he will have the ability and the fire to force a fight, and to return a little bit to his previous incarnations,” he said.

Bradley and Pacquiao will face each other in Las Vegas on April 12.

In a recent interview, Bradley said that he’s satisfied with his training thus far, adding that he’s ahead of Pacquiao.

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“I’m feeling great. I’m ahead of schedule right now. I’m not killing my body,” Bradley was quoted by as saying. “I did 12 weeks last training camp for the Pacquiao fight. I think I was ready around eight weeks. It was hard man, because I had to taper really early then pick up again at the end,” he continued.

Bradley said that his weight is “great” and “my weight’s down.”

“I’m in the low [1]60s. I got about 15 pounds to drop within the next two months and that’s normal for me. Normally I’m around 170, 175 [pounds]. I got up to 185 after the Pacquiao fight the first time,” he said.

Pacquiao is currently training with lightweight American Lydell Rhodes, who said he was impressed with Pacquiao’s power and speed.

“He’s a complete fighter. He has the speed, power and brain. He’s a flyweight who punches like a middleweight,” Rhodes told the Inquirer, adding: “It is a great opportunity for me to work with Manny Pacquiao. His ring achievements and by just seeing how hard he trains for the fight motivates me.”
Their first fight on June 9, 2012, ended with one of the most controversial decisions in boxing history.

Ring announcer Michael Buffer’s proclamation, “…And the new WBO welterweight champion, Timothy ‘Desert Storm’ Bradley”, sent shock waves through the MGM Grand Garden Arena, especially on press row, where nearly every writer scored the fight for Manny Pacquiao. Many believed it wasn’t even close.

Bradley’s split-decision victory ended Pacquiao’s welterweight title reign as well as his seven-year, 15-bout win streak. It also set off a chain of events that included an investigation by the Nevada attorney general’s office (which uncovered no foul play), and the WBO conducting its own judging of the fight (a unanimous decision for Pacquiao).

Nearly two years later, Bradley-Pacquiao II is set for April 12 at the MGM Grand. A press conference Tuesday in Los Angeles officially announced the fight. Both fighters seemed happy to have an opportunity to clear up one of the sport’s great controversies.

“I want my title back and I am prepared to endure my hardest training camp ever to win this fight against Tim Bradley,” Pacquiao, a Filipino congressman, said. “It is very exciting to be returning to Las Vegas. And as always, I dedicate this fight to my countrymen throughout the world and to bring glory to the Philippines.”


Pacquiao (55-5-2, 38 KOs) has endured the worst moment of his Hall-of-Fame career since that loss, a sixth-round knockout by Juan Manuel Marquez in December 2012. He came back from that fight with an impressive unanimous decision victory against Brandon Rios last November in Macau.

Bradley (31-0, 12 KOs) called the aftermath of the Pacquiao victory one of the darkest periods of his life, saying that criticism of the Pacquiao decision sent him into a period of depression.

But his life changed for the better when he fought Russian Ruslan Provodnikov last March. He engaged in a brutal 12-round slugfest with Provodnikov that ended up being 2013’s fight of the year. Bradley was concussed early and nearly knocked out twice, but won a unanimous decision.

Bradley, known up to then as a defensive fighter, was praised for engaging with Provodnikov and providing the most entertaining fight of his career.

He followed that with another impressive outing, a split decision victory against Marquez in October, to remain undefeated.

“This fight is to get the credit I did not get the first time,” Bradley said Tuesday. “I must beat Pacquiao as convincingly as I beat Juan Manuel Márquez.”

Bradley’s trainer, Joel Diaz, agreed. “This is a fight which will give us peace of mind after the controversy of our first fight,” Diaz said. “We have to win and make it clear. It’s not going to be easy for Pacquiao if he thinks he can beat Bradley. I will guarantee that.”

Pacquiao’s Hall of Fame trainer, Freddie Roach, who also handles Provodnikov, praised Bradley’s toughness.

“Tim Bradley is one of the toughest guys in the world and I saw that up close when he fought Ruslan Provodnikov last year,” Roach said. “Tim looked even better in beating Márquez in his last fight. Tim is the champion and Manny and I know we have our work cut out for us to successfully challenge him on April 12.”

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Top Rank’s 82-year-old Hall of Fame CEO Bob Arum, who promotes both fighters, deeply criticized the judges’ decision in that first fight. It was Arum who called for the Nevada AG’s investigation. He also said Bradley told him before the decision was announced, “I tried hard but I couldn’t beat the guy.”

Bradley, who came into that fight as a 7-2 underdog, was furious over Arum’s reaction, yet recently re-upped with Top Rank.

“At long last a competitive super fight,” Arum said. “I am sure the sports books in Las Vegas are gearing up for huge two-way action.”

Jay Rood, Vice President of Race & Sports for MGM Resorts International, said this fight’s price will be much closer than the first time.

“Our opening number is Pacquiao -180 and +160 for Bradley, which means Manny is slightly less than a 2-to-1 favorite,” Rood said. “This line may in fact move up and down with most of our action picking up during fight week in April.”

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With less than a week before the first and perhaps biggest bout of the spring 2014 boxing season, events are ramping up for the rematch of Manny Pacquiao versus Timothy Bradley, Jr. in Las Vegas on Saturday, April 12.

Eight division champion Pacquiao (55-5-2, 38 KOs) and current WBO welterweight title holder Bradley (31-0, 12 KOs) meet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The fight will be shown on HBO pay per view on Saturday April 12, at 9 p.m. ET. Communities Digital News will host a live online chat starting at 9 p.m. ET with the televised undercard fights.

Short of scoring yourself one of the remaining $1,000 ringside seats for the fight, there will be plenty of ways for fight fans to enjoy the action from afar.

As part of their marketing agreement, ESPN will have access to HBO’s fight content, including post-fight, in-ring interviews, press conference and weigh-in coverage, HBO’s behind-the-scenes reality series “24/7: Pacquiao/Bradley 2,” classic Pacquiao and Bradley fights and Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2 non-televised undercard fights.

All Week

ESPN Classic and ESPN Deportes will air a selection of previous fights by Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley including Pacquiao vs. Bradley I, and Bradley vs. Ruslan Provodnikov, which was nearly every boxing writer’s 2013 Fight of the Year (including mine).
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, and HBO will air repeats of the first two episodes of “24/7: Pacquiao/Bradley 2,” HBO’s Emmy-Award-winning all-access reality series, following both fighters as they prepare for their showdown throughout the week. Check listings for showtimes. Friday and Saturday, the third and final episode will be added to the schedule leading up to Saturday’s bout. All episodes are also available on demand at HBOGo.

ESPN Sports Center, 9 p.m. ET nightly

Live interviews with Manny Pacquiao, Timothy Bradley, trainers Freddie Roach and Joel Diaz, and others nightly on Sports Center.

Tuesday, April 8

The week kicks off on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. local time as fight fans are invited to Pacquiao’s and Bradley’s “grand arrivals” at the MGM Grand Hotel Lobby. These are free events and fun to see even if you aren’t a big boxing fan for the celebrity buzz, media crush, and excitement.

Wednesday, April 9

Pacquiao vs. Bradley II Final Live News Conference airs live on ESPN3 and, 4 p.m. ET; rebroadcast at 6 p.m. ET

Future and former Presidents? Manny Pacquiao meets President Bill Clinton at “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Photo: ABC

Thursday, April 10

Final episode of “24/7: Pacquiao/Bradley 2,” 8:30 p.m. ET/PT

HBO will air its final installment of the documentary series following both fighters and their camps leading up to the bout.

Friday, April 11

Fighter Weigh-In airs on HBO, ESPN3, and SportsCenter: 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT

HBO, ESPN3, and ESPN Deportes (Spanish) will broadcast the weigh-in for the fight live at 6:30 p.m. ET, 3:30 p.m. PT.

ESPN will feature fight previews, interviews and analysis during its “Friday Night Fights” broadcast at 9 p.m. ET.

If you are in Las Vegas for the weekend, the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame hosts its “Party With Boxing’s Legends” fundraiser on Friday night at 8 p.m. at the New Tropicana Las Vegas. The event is a ‘meet and greet’, autograph and photo session. Among those confirmed as attending are Sugar Shane Mosley, Zab Judah, Ishe Smith, Kevin Kelley, Clarence “Bones” Adams, Richard Steele, referee Kenny Bayless, Miguel Diaz, boxing journalists Al Bernstein and Harold Lederman.

Saturday, April 12

Live Pay Per View Broadcast, HBO PPV, 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT (undercard fights)

ESPN3 will carry Pacquaio vs. Bradley non-televised undercard fights Saturday starting at 7 p.m. ET.

ESPN Deportes’ “Golpe a Golpe” will air a special live pre-fight show with Jorge Eduardo Sánchez, Bernard Osuna, and boxer Juan Manuel Márquez reporting live from Las Vegas at 8 p.m. ET. Following the fights, ESPN Deportes will air a special post-fight show live on Sunday morning at 2 a.m. ET (11 p.m. PT).

On Twitter, follow the hashtag #PacBradley2 to keep up with the online conversation. You can follow the discussion via the world’s leading boxing media, fighters, trainers and fans via my Boxing list on Twitter.

Communities Digital News will keep you up to date with all of the latest news and developments right up to fight time Saturday. For fight night we will host a Live Online Chat starting with the PPV undercard fights starting at 9 p.m. ET. CDN’s blow by blow commentary is the next best thing to being there (or spending $70 on PPV). See you ringside on Saturday.

Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR, is President/Owner of the Falcon Valley Group in San Diego, California. She is also a serious boxing fan covering the Sweet Science for Communities. Read more Ringside Seat in Communities Digital News. Follow Gayle on Facebook and on Twitter @PRProSanDiego. Gayle can be reached via Google +

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