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The Real and True Boxing Fan

Very close fight!

I would like to see a rematch to settle things. After all it was only a 15 punch landed difference.

Both fighters fought a hard, thinking man’s boxing match. Congratulations to both for their effort.

Maybe next time they will give us a WAR!!!!

Posted October 17, 2013 2:45 pm 


ES

Bradley is still a young pup in terms of legacy. He should fight the other belt holders in his division instead of thinking he deserves a shot with Floyd. He needs to fight Keith Thurman who NO one wants to fight. Broner, Brooks, Berto and dare I say, Khan. Soto Karass and Maidana are formidable opponents. In fact, give Ruslan a rematch. Bradley only won that fight officially. There’s a lot of opponents for Bradley to choose from if he believes he doesn’t lack testosterone. Or, Floyd could give him a fight, which he doesn’t deserve yet, and afterwards will be forgotten just like Guerrerro and Oritz were.

Posted October 16, 2013 11:11 am 


Public Enemy

Lomenchenko destroyed the Mexican dropping him to his knees with a tummy shot and the Mexican quit taking the Cowardly way out.. The Russian looks like he has a bright future.. especially against Mexicans..

Posted October 16, 2013 9:30 am 


Happyboy

Lomachenko is very good and is the future butbArum is MAD to rush him just cause his dying soon.

Posted October 16, 2013 12:51 am 


Boris

Shame the Ukraine football team isn`t as good as Lomachenko.

Russia in the cup. Ukraine not.

That is what happens to splitters.

Posted October 15, 2013 11:30 pm 


K2 Fan

I wonder whatever happened to these experts like Nameless/Brainless and guys like him , who predicted how Lomachenko is going to get ” ruined ‘ and destroyed ‘ a by good , professional fighter like Ramirez .
Lomachenko is the real goods boys , he’s strong , he’s fast , he’s experienced , and he’s SMART ! Look for him to do great things .

Posted October 15, 2013 11:00 pm 


Mex

Chavez Jr a joke,, Rios to slow …Alvarado fight is gonna be good one..Mikey will win and I hope Rosado wins.

Posted October 15, 2013 8:55 pm 


Mex

Rosado is good but I think he might of missed his opportunity when he lost to GGG…wish him the best..love don’t want no rematch.

Posted October 15, 2013 8:45 pm 


the public

@happyboy, naw, PE is right. the judges sit on different sides.

Posted October 15, 2013 7:46 pm 


the public

@happyboy I believe all 3 judges sit in the same place on the same side of the ring and it is dependent on their preference how they score a punch. I score a punch on whether it makes impact but then I give a little more weight if it makes more of an impact.

Posted October 15, 2013 7:40 pm 


PEEJ

Rosado did get good fights at 154 and has good fights at 160. He lost them all. Puerto Ricans probably don’t support him like Cotto because first off he doesn’t live in Puerto Rico not is he an elite fighter like Cotto is

Posted October 15, 2013 6:10 pm 


nameless

SREDMOND, analyse all you want but please, don’t make any predictions. You suck at it, big time!

Posted October 15, 2013 4:48 pm 


Mex

PE..I don’t know why PR peeps don’t support Rosado as much as Cotto???? He has fought everyone they put in front of him…and he got robbed against Jleon love.

Posted October 15, 2013 4:02 pm 


Mex

PE..Marquez is 40 yrs old who is elite cause he fights the best and actually beats them..(Pac).

Posted October 15, 2013 12:50 pm 


Public Enemy

MarPeds would swallow all the Jizzzem in Tijuana if he thought it would increase his chances of winning a fight.. there’s nuttin that crazy fk wouldn’t do to get an edge..

Posted October 15, 2013 12:41 pm 


Public Enemy

Mex – Good Win for Mexico considering all the others have flopped.. beating up a smaller Fruit Cake is about as good as it’s going to get for Mex for a long time.. let’s see what happens when Salido fights Lomanchenko… it’ll be funny…

Posted October 15, 2013 12:40 pm 


Mex

Salido beat Cruz like a slutt…bahahahaah..

Posted October 15, 2013 12:29 pm 


srminimo

Te Tumbo- I’m pretty sure that if Heredia told Marquez Cruz’s jizz would make him faster he would drink it straight from the pipe.

Posted October 15, 2013 12:16 pm 


Ray Ray

So no1 on the future of the sport and who that is? And yes as much as I think Floyd would school manny, they r both goin 2 the hall. Ward? Rigo? Alvarez and GGG have potential but yet 2 have wins vs the world class guys….my pick win lose or draw vs Mayweather is Danny swift Garcia……pacman should fight him, or Bradley or Marquez, swift is going places.

Posted October 15, 2013 12:12 pm 


PEEJ

Pac got beat by Morales, close fights with Marquez, should of lost the 3rd fight and was KOd in the 4th. Yes he has had a hall of fame run but some fighters he beat where past their prime, he looked terrible against Mosley when Floyd looked great against him. Sorry but I doubt any doctors wanted to examine him. Oh and let me guess if they did he declined because he was scared of doctor offices too right?

Posted October 15, 2013 11:47 am 


Ray Ray

Lomachenko? I asked this question days ago, not 1 reply. Instead every1 is talking still talking about manny and Floyd. That fight is not happening. Good win 4 Bradley vs Marquez. But yet every1 is talking manny vs floyd, that boat has sailed. So 2 my original question? What did u guys think of Lomachenko? Mayweather and Manny r both awesome in differant ways, both hall of fame….also both near the end. Who r the next big names and where is Lomachenko in ur thoughts?

Posted October 15, 2013 11:29 am 


It’s me, Public Ernie

Public Enema hates Canelo for one reason.. He’s not a bitter, jizz-gulping, sore-losing Putoriqueno…

Posted October 15, 2013 11:21 am 


Public Enemy

Oh, wait the latest biggest Flop was MarPeds.. Drinker of Smelly dirty piss… LOL

Posted October 15, 2013 10:43 am 


SREDMOND

Pacquiao has a historic run and is an ATG in my book… But that run was interrupted and we no longer see an invincible fighter…After a KO loss like that and the boxing he was subjected to in the 3rd Marquez bout it’s anyone’s guess where he goes from here…On the flip side Mayweathers reign if dominance is unabated, he just defeated the top man at 154 pounds a FAR YOUNGER and bigger boxer than himself easily and has since been the toast of the boxing world…. His detractors are so befuddled by his dominance that they feel the only relevant challenges for Floyd are at 160 pounds which is FAR past his best fighting weight of 147 after starting at 130 and now soon to be 37…Meanwhile PAC is doing a rehab bout (understandable) against a guy who was NEW to 140 and just took a loss despite being tough… Pacquiao is a Great fighter, but he’s FARRRRR more vulnerable than Mayweather who’s just the more skilled boxer … Pacs a soon to be 35 year old high contact fighter and he’s gonna take shots it will be interesting to see if his chin can hold up going forward or if we see more trips to the deck… Mayweather has a defense best compared to Hopkins which has allowed old Nard to not take a real beating as he pushes 50 years of age… Pacquiao is no longer considered the threat he was to FMJ in 2010… The public moved on and assigned Canelo a serious threat level and rewarded the fight with historic revenues…
The general perception is that Mayweather is unbeatable at his best weight of 147 that includes Bradley, Alexander, Pacquiao, Khan and the rest…

Posted October 15, 2013 10:37 am 


It’s me, Public Ernie

COMICAL watching this boxing-ignorant, jizz-guzzling, fanboy try and explain boxing (lol).. Yo Enema! Did you have your Jizz-shake on tap this morning?.. What a bitter POS sore-losing PUTOriqueno..

Posted October 15, 2013 10:00 am 


Public Enemy

Bradley kicked MarPeds Culito and out boxed him easily..

Posted October 15, 2013 9:40 am 


Public Enemy

Bradley sucks

Posted October 15, 2013 9:20 am 


SREDMOND

SREDMOND below

Posted October 15, 2013 8:42 am 


Anonymous

Bradley and Pacquiao better leave Top Rank if they wanna get in the Floyd conversation and Manny needs to look like Cotto did against Delvin Rodriguez in order to rejuvenate his image.. A 12 rounder where he trades with Rios might not be the ticket..

Posted October 15, 2013 8:41 am 


Anonymous

why not wait until there about 45,than you can all pay 150 bucks to see it.

Posted October 15, 2013 7:48 am 


MJames

Bradley v Mayweather – we want to see it. Khan is a joke and should not even be mentioned in the same sentence as Floyd.

Posted October 15, 2013 4:44 am 


Hecdog

This is truth gentlemen, but it’s okay for you guys to disagree with me. Manny Pacquiao was on a reign of destructive terror never witnessed before or since. A few states actually barred him from fighting due to the savage beatings he was giving them. Oscar, Mosely, Barrera, Morales, Marquez, Cotto, Hatton, Margarito, Clottey, Diaz etc. The man was a wrecking machine. Doctors actually wanted to study him from inside out to try and find the reason for this man’s abuse of humans. Manny Pacquiao is one of a kind, and there will never be another.

Posted October 15, 2013 3:56 am 


Happyboy

Hec – stay away from drugs dude.

Posted October 15, 2013 3:49 am 


Ray Ray

Hecdog….aparently ring magazine and any other recognised boxing arthority think Floyds better thats y hes no.1 pound 4 pound, also no.1 highest earning sportsman….and the hole zero losses thing.

Posted October 15, 2013 3:35 am 


Zuks

Hecdog: You are insane.

Posted October 15, 2013 3:19 am 


Hecdog

Floyd Mayweather would have NEVER beaten the legendary (only 8 division Champion) Manny Pacquiao. Styles make fights, and Floyd best weapon, speed would have been nullified by Manny’s faster speed. Manny’s southpaw style and unorthodox technique would have thrown off all of Floyd’s predictable counters. Oscar barely lost a split decision to Floyd, Manny Destroyed Oscar. Cotto almost beat Floyd, Manny Destroyed Cotto. Hatton gave Floyd a tough fight while it lasted, Manny nearly killed Hatton. Mosely almost had Floyd out cold, Manny destroyed Mosely. Even Juan Manuel Marquez stated that Manny was faster and hit much harder than Floyd. Floyd, his father and uncle wanted no part of Manny, and with good reason. Manny Pacquiao would have stopped Floyd by round 9. Eventually that straight left hand would have pulverized Floyd Mayweather, and he knew it. No one runs from another fighter as Floyd ran from Manny. Manny Pacquiao is a once if a life time fighter that took on all comers and fought them all. He ran from no one. Manny Pacquiao is without a doubt the most feared offensive fighter in boxing history. He was similiar to Roberto Duran. They were both born with power in each hand. Manny Pacquiao is arguably the best fighter of all time. His 8 division titles back it up. This is a man that had no amateur background. He was a natural born fighter that has accomplished more than every fighter before him. He was voted fighter of the decade by the world’s top boxing writers. In his prime, he beats everyone. Next up is a tough, rugged, hungry fighter named Brandon Rios. Trust me, this fight will break PPV records only because of Manny Pacquiao. Unlike Floyd Mayweather that needed Canelo’s, Oscar’s, Cotto’s, Hatton’s fans to set those numbers because without them, Floyd draws flies. Manny walking down the street is the biggest world wide draw of any athlete. He laced the cover of TIME Magazine. He was invited to the White House by our President, Mr. Obama. Now, tell me who’s the bigger draw. Manny Pacquiao is the better fighter and bigger draw. The world is waiting for the most anticipated come back fight of all time. No sporting event captures the electrifying, excitement of a Manny Pacquiao fight. The stars will shine a little brighter as will the sun when Manny Pacquiao makes his triumphant return to the ring.

Posted October 15, 2013 2:54 am 


Happyboy

Public & Old Coot – please answer these two questions for me. In boxing, do judges score a punch on impact or the effect it has on impact as I believe this is what’s causing the confusion regarding scoring fights. Secondly do all 3 judges sit on the same spot, cause I believe watching a match live and on TV gives one different view of the fight.

Posted October 15, 2013 2:04 am 


B Red

Old Coot, your losing it a lttle, Pac cant whip Floyd, Rios might even stop Pac. We really dont know what he has left after falling on his face and snoring with his fight with Marquez. Your smart when you dont hate on Floyd. You were spot on with the Bradley thread

Posted October 15, 2013 12:30 am 


the public

I cant wait for Pacquiao or Mayweather. they both bring their own style of fight to the ring. Pac lacks charisma but makes up for it with heart. Mayweather shuns humility but shows a professionalism that is to be commended. We should enjoy both while we can. And Bradley?! That guy is a winner. No doubt about it.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:36 pm 


Old Coot

Bottom line… Bring on Pacman… Because Floyd is just too much stupid drama-queen action, demands and panzy ass excuses. Gives me a damned headache. Whereas in a Bradley-Pacquiao, rematch, Pacquiao will take Tim more seriously and come loaded for two bears!!

Posted October 14, 2013 11:26 pm 


Old Coot

@ Vivek also said- “Although the Pacquiao victory was a complete question mark, many would argue that so was many of his against Marquez; a man Bradley defeated without question.”

Again I see it it differently… The only fight that was really in “question” between Marquez and Pacquiao was the third one… Than one could have gone either way… However, I think the draw and Manny’s victory in the second bout, were legit outcomes. As was the fourth fight, as you said about Bradley… Marquez won,”without question”!… Although in that fight, Manny was actually dominating Juan more thane in any of the previous three. In fact, up until the KO, Manny was clearly headed for a decisive UD, to settle the questions once and for all. Alas… He got caught.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:15 pm 


Old Coot

Vivek said: “What I saw in Marquez was a fighter who was either too tentative, too old, or both; as he failed to let his hands go during many of the key stretches when he needed to most.”

I see it a bit differently… It’s wasn’t that Juan didn’t want to pull the trigger, he just couldn’t draw a bead on Bradley smart and cautious head and upper body movement and ability to slip shots that had Marquez swinging at air trying to counter him. Very similar to how Pacquiao’s improved head and upper body movement had him limiting Marquez connect rate in 5 of the 6 rounds, in which Manny nearly doubled Marquez’ connect rate, even in that final, KO round.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:02 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: Well… I went and watch round 4 with sound off for like the 5th time. And the only pity-pats by Pacman were a couple of right hand jabs… Otherwise I actually had him landing 13 hard shots to Marquez’ 8. So I just don’t see it.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:20 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: Well lemme go see again… I don’t claim the have the monopoly on being correct.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:13 pm 


the public

@old coot: I just felt a lot of the punches Pac landed in Round 4 were pitter patters and off balanced while Marquez was loading up and landing big. Pac did find his 2nd wind though and was picking up speed until he lost the lights.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:10 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: Yeah… I feel you on The Punisher… In that fight, I didn’t know who to root for because I like both he and Maravilla… Both class acts, like Pacquiao. And I damned near cried when I heard about Paul’s awful condition… Because I agree that barring it, he most likely would have come back and defeated Martinez in a rematch and would still be on top… Perhaps even at LMW or MW by now. Such a tragedy!

Posted October 14, 2013 10:01 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: How did you see Marquez winning round 4 over Pacquiao???… He landed 7 of 35 or 20%, to Manny’s 14 of 37 or 38%… THAT IS DOUBLE!…. Now had Manny only landed like 2 more punches… Then maybe I could see giving it to Marquez… MAYBE!! But probably not.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:58 pm 


the public

I just timed both Williams and Pac’s knockouts and they were both showing signs after about a minute. Being a big Punisher fan I know how you Pac fans felt. I still don’t like Martinez even though I know he’s a gentleman. I just cant get over what he did to my favorite fighter. Williams would still be in the p4p rankings if not for his accident, I hope Pac still has something left in the tank to overcome the marauding Rios.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:56 pm 


largo

Old coot, thank you for the time on those KO…I’ll check’em out myself because that’s new to me but I appreciate the info. Thank you, buddy.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:54 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: It was definitely scary for us Pac fans… NO DOUBT… But if you look, again, you see that Pacquiao was still moving ever so slightly, whereas Roy Jones was literally like he was in a coma. And so was Paul.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:53 pm 


the public

@Old Coot: I definitely put Paul Williams on par with Pacquiao as the biggest knockouts I have seen in my lifetime but Pac was out for way longer than Williams. I think that had more to do with the shock of Pac’s camp and nobody coming to Pac’s assistance but there were plenty of people I watched the fight with who actually thought Pac might be dead. That says it all. I cant see how you gave Pacquiao round 4, marquez was still blasting him but it’s all spilled milk. Pac got put to sleep and the finality of that knockout lets me know that Marquez is definitively the better fighter. I wouldn’t mind a rematch though. ha

Posted October 14, 2013 9:47 pm 


Old Coot

Woops: I meant to say Glenn Johnson, was who KO’d Roy Jones Jr. for nearly 15 minutes… That’s old age and too many punches in my amateur days in the Army.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:46 pm 


mayweather 86

@moonshine. Simple answer. Bob arum. It won’t happen until he’s out of the picture. Marquez leaves, fight is made. Cotto leaves…fight is made. You can blah blah all day it’s really irrelevant. Give me one example of arum and golden goose coming together to make a fight happen. I’ll give you time to dig through the archives. Good luck.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:44 pm 


Old Coot

Largo… Manny was down for about 2 minutes… Williams about 4, and Jones nearly 15 minutes, (which was really scary for me and a Roy fan) at the fist of Glenn Jones.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:43 pm 


largo

Old coot, are you sure about that? Did you time those KOs? Pac took the longest nap I’ve seen…

Posted October 14, 2013 9:35 pm 


Old Coot

@ Rubio: I sure hope it’s sarcasm!

Posted October 14, 2013 9:34 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: Nah man… Manny doubled Marquez’ connects in rounds 1, 2, 4, 5 and was winning in the KO round, round 6.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:32 pm 


largo

Even if Pac manages to beat Rios, still Floyd would be too much for him; Floyd’s way much better preserved.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:32 pm 


Rubio

Mayweather vs Hopkins ” the public” ?! Is this stupidity or sarcasm!?

Posted October 14, 2013 9:31 pm 


Old Coot

@ Largo: Nah… Roy Jones, Paul Williams, Trevor Berbick, Ricky Hatton, all stayed motionless even longer… Especially Roy and Paul.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:28 pm 


largo

That said, I do think, like you, that a prime Pac would’ve tested Floyd like no other; that opportunity, in my estimation, is gone forever…

Posted October 14, 2013 9:23 pm 


the public

@Old Coot: I had Marquez winning rounds 3 and 4 decisively in his last fight with Pacquiao. Pcaquiao was winning round 6 but never shook off the knockdown in round 3 as evidenced by his lack of balance and timing the rest of the fight. Marquez set the trap and waited for his foe to fall for yet another beautifully timed right.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:20 pm 


largo

Old coot, you’re being too optimistic about Pac’s future in the sport; after that nasty KO he suffered, quite frankly his future is much in doubt, in fact, he might not survive Rios. That was arguably the worst KO in boxing history…

Posted October 14, 2013 9:19 pm 


the public

I like Mayweather vs Hopkins but nobody else would pay for that match. Hopkins fights UGLY. Mayweather would have his hands full with the tricks of the old master but it’s only a fight for diehards to enjoy. I am still holding out for Pac to leave Top Rank and finally fight Mayweather, but that is only so I can see all the theories put to rest. My theory has pac looking wonderful the first 2-3 rounds and then his pace will slow to a halt once he feels Mayweather’s power. Mayweather may not have a bunch of knockouts but nobody has ever walked through his punches to get to him. After pacquiao eating canvas the last outing I do not see him as eager to engage in such an option and that is where he loses confidence and the fight. He only has one option and that is to overwhelm Money, and when Mayweather kills that option pac will look like a lost child in that ring. Pacquiao has a puncher’s chance at best, but that is why they fight the fights.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:16 pm 


Old Coot

For once I agree with Viveks scoring… All except I had it 8 to 4, Bradley. But more than just the punch stats… Bradley won because he dictated and pushed the action, made Marquez miss and look clumsy like an amateur, and was just more entertaining, often leaving Marquez with the same expression when he fought Floyd… Like “Come on…. Come here and let me counter you like Pacquiao does!” But Tim rather smartly avoided that pitfall… As Pacman who was also clearly outclassing Marque accept in round 3 and even in the KO round 6, should have too.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:16 pm 


Tachyon

Pac lost last two one by vicious KO. He has not gotten past Rios yet either so right now Pac has no clout. Mayweather is destroying PPV without Pac he does not need him. Bring on Bradley

Posted October 14, 2013 9:14 pm 


Old Coot

@ The Public: And while I agree that Money would land plenty to include checks…. I just won’t be enough or hurt Manny enough to keep him at bay… Manny, will throw too many punches for Floyd’s defense and for his output to matter either one. And once Floyd feels Manny’s two-gunned power… He will do like with Cotto… Focus too much on defense and keeping his face unmarked…. Which was enough against Cotto, and other one handed righties who throw maybe 60 punches per round, but not against an ambidextrous slugger who throws like 80 to 100 punches per round like Pacman. And once Manny realizes Floyd’s power is just good… He will turn up the heat, backing Floyd to the ropes and machine-gunning him while Floyd tries to counter like two or three shots at a time. Pacman by MD or even UD!

Posted October 14, 2013 8:50 pm 


Old Coot

@ The public? Will Mayweather fight Hopkins? Seriously? Hopkins is way too big and crafty.

Posted October 14, 2013 8:42 pm 


Old Coot

te tumbo: Oh cut it out… Size had nothing to do with this… This was all about style. LOL!! You’re to much man.

Posted October 14, 2013 8:41 pm 


It’s me, Public Ernie

Still gulping down Orlando Jizz-Shakes?.. Cruz was gulping from one end and being injected from the other but it made no difference.. Boy ended up on his knees like Cotto and gagging on Salido’s wood… Did you console Orlando under your Junito-blanket afterwards?.. PR’s A-list fighters just can’t compete v. the best Mexican B-list fighters.. And they have nothing to compete v. Canelo, Garcia, Mares, or Santa Cruz… Btw, when is Garcia gonna grow a pair and challenge Canelo at 154lbs?!?… Just another PR weight CHEATER like Rosado fighting smaller guys and entering the ring as a F’n middleweight!?!..

Posted October 14, 2013 8:00 pm 


te tumbo

the primary revelation of the Bradley v. Marquez matchup is that Marquez is simply too small to consistently deal with natural welters. even relatively smaller and light-hitting ones like Bradley v. whom Marquez’s reach and Heredia-sculpted physique was thoroughly inadequate. nor was Marquez’s experience enough to adequately address the challenge of walking Bradley down to land his best punches, which when he did land were only good enough to sting and temporarly stun Bradley but not enough to send him careening along the ropes like Provodnikov’s punches did. otherwise, it’s foolish and purely academic to break this matchup down along other considerations. it was ultimately Marquez’s lack of welter size that prevented him from dominating Bradley who was smart enough to not tempt fate like Juan Diaz did v. Marquez at 135lbs, which Team Bradley considered foolhardly even at 147lbs.

Posted October 14, 2013 6:27 pm 


the public

@moonshine you are stuck on the worst topic ever. lets discuss how the hell Rios is gonna cut off the ring on Pac? Will Mayweather fight Hopkins? Or how about, who will Bradley fight next?

Posted October 14, 2013 6:24 pm 


moonshineman

After all these post, none of you Little Floyd guys have a valid reason for Little Floyd running from Pacquiao. hahahaha

Posted October 14, 2013 6:20 pm 


Old Coot

@ Boxer: Well I humbly disagree… To me Bradley is more of a super star than Floyd… Why?

Because at least Bradley tried to fight Marquez, which gave him a chance to score. Although you can tell Bradley easily could have, he refused to just win by “pulling a floyd” by just standing still or back-peddling, which forced Marquez, a guy with lead legs, to try in vain, to attack Floyd, only to be pot-shot to Floyd’s UD… At least Bradley went into the belly of the counter punching beast several times, and got tagged pretty good on some.

Whereas Floyd NEVER EVEN TRIED!… Floyd only countered a counter puncher who tried to attack a faster counter puncher, in Floyd, who simply refused to engage in kind.

In fact I’m pretty sure I’m not the only boxing fan who thinks Marquez VS Mayweather was candidate for Most Boring Bout of Pugilistic History!

Posted October 14, 2013 6:09 pm 


the public

I see pac getting check hooked to holy hell by Mayweather. Pac will actually look stupendous the first 2-3 rounds but mayweather will time him and then the skill disparity will only be eclipsed by the intelligence disparity. Bradley did not look good at all against pac in their first fight but the heart he showed and the determination to go deep into his toolkit had me score the fight a draw. Pac must win BIG TIME against Rios to even be in the same breath with Mayweather, but I for one am rooting for the little guy. Who else is there for Money?

Posted October 14, 2013 6:07 pm 


Rem

That situation.

Posted October 14, 2013 6:01 pm 


Rem

The reason Pac dominated Bradley was because Bradley did next to nothing offensively the majority of the fight. His defense looked pretty good that night come to think of it his defense looked good against everyone. At ww only Marquez has been able penetrate Pac defense successfully. Thing is no one has been able to defend Pacs unstoppable attack not even a great athlete like TB could avoid him and Pac took it easy on him. Then when you factor in Floyd not having his signature defense to fall back on against Pac he won’t be able to either. He’ll have to beat Pac in a fight and i like Pacs chances in the situation.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:58 pm 


Boxer

Ok pacman didn’t dominate Bradley….. He just whooped his ass!, Bradley is good very good don’t get me wrong but he ain’t no superstar , and you guys that are stuck on throwing in race for everything keep your comments to yourself it doesn’t matter where your from or what your ethnic background is what matters is how you are as a person!

Posted October 14, 2013 5:56 pm 


Old Coot

@Peej: HAAAH!!! Dude… I guarONTEE Pacquiao will “run up on him” ALL NIGHT get hit but still punish Floyd with the results Floyd fears! Just tell Floyd to let his balls drop, and try him. Then we ALL will see.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:55 pm 


PEEJ

And Pac didn’t dominate Bradley unless you call fighting for 1 minute of every round and missing most of your punches dominating.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:46 pm 


te tumbo

“Pac dominated Bradley while only fighting the last minute of every round”, which is impossible. you can’t “dominate” an opponent by only fighting the last 30-60 seconds of each round, which explains why Pacquiao* lost on the scorecards and exposes the sheer boxing-ignorance of his most loyal fanboys.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:45 pm 


PEEJ

Funny how you folks say Floyd has pillows but yet nobody just runs up on him. Canelo said the same thing, I didn’t really feel his punches but yet he was on the defensive the whole time

Posted October 14, 2013 5:45 pm 


PEEJ

Floyd loves offensive fighters with no defense. He eats them up. That is why Arum doesn’t want Floyd and Pac in the same ring. Arum may be greedy but he’s no fool. Floyd would beat Pac with ease

Posted October 14, 2013 5:43 pm 


Rem

Oh just so everybody knows Pac doesn’t like Rios and Rios career is in serious jeopardy Thanksgiving weekend. This i know from my extended inside source lol. Y’all will see what Pac does to someone he genuinely doesn’t like.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:42 pm 


Old Coot

Bradley deserves his super stardom after Saturday night… He was impressive, and won me $346. Much to some of my own buddies and my family’s shagrin. And I would continue to pick Tim over anyone but Pacquiao…. I just hope he doesn’t let his status go to his head, and let me down like my once main man, Mayweather did, after the the Gatti fight, when he achieved super stardom at LWW, then jumped to WW, where he immediately stopped being a real fighter by cherrypicking fights that would protect his record via ducking real threats.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:39 pm 


Rem

Pac dominated Bradley while only fighting the last minute of every round. It was clear Pac didn’t want to hurt Bradley Bradley is a great man and a class act who was severely outgunned by Pac. Pac fought flatfooted he didn’t implement any of his fancy footwork in the Bradley fight Bradley was a sparring partner for Pac. I like TB and i don’t want Pac to go at him with everything TB can’t handle it that was odvious from the first fight. TB has the mental fortitude of a marine or even a navy seal that’s why i like him but he can’t handle a Pac who has the pedal to the metal.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:34 pm 


Old Coot

@joeminnifield: OK… I will… But only because YOU say so… LOL!!!

Posted October 14, 2013 5:25 pm 


moonshineman

@Old Coot

You said it much better than I did.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:21 pm 


@joeminnifield

@Old Coot go blow yourself up, fool ass u people waste space on earth

Posted October 14, 2013 5:11 pm 


Old Coot

@ Peej: I think Mayweather suspects he has the skill to can defeat Pacquiao… However, he is not CERTAIN he can against the killer attributes of Pacquiao, which are even more antithetical to his style of “hit but not be hit”, than Cotto’s were…

Floyd knows that even more than Cotto, Pacman won’t wait for him, and will not only walk Floyd down, but will chase him down, all the while throwing two-gunned bombs at weird angles, many of which not even Floyd can see, shoulder-roll and pick off…

And I think Floyd is at least wary that he does not hit hard enough or throw enough to keep Manny off him, let alone hurt him… And if Manny realizes Floyd’s has pillow punches, He will swarm and drive Floyd to the ropes, where the pounding will be much worse than the bloody nose, that a considerably slower Cotto gave Floyd, and in the end will also devastating to Floyd record and myth.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:04 pm 


PEEJ

Doesn’t matter. That is what Floyd requires and the only person that had issues with that is Pac. And I wouldn’t of even cared because I have always stuck to I think Pac is clean but it is the way Pac went about it. He made excuses on why he couldn’t take it instead of just saying no. That is what he should of said, especially with his popularity at the time. And now his popularity is not even close to what it was, it started dropping at the time of the Mosley fight. So now he can no longer ask for that payday he was asking for now, Floyd is in complete control. Oh and Pac is with Top Rank, that is the major hurdle on why they did not fight. But like I said 40 mil and they turned it down.

Posted October 14, 2013 4:58 pm 


Old Coot

@ the public: I do agree that Bradley was a bit star struck with all the new circus of attention… Should be A GREAT rematch… And as I said… Pacquiao will come loaded for two bears… Hell, might not even come to the ring smiling this time. Well probably not… He wouldn’t be Manny if he did.

Posted October 14, 2013 4:52 pm 


moonshineman

@PEEJ

I respect your opinion, but at the end of the day, Little Floyd still refuses to fight Pacquiao (who he has an excellent chance to beat) for the Biggest Payday of his career. When Little Floyd retires, his legacy will be tainted because he didn’t fight Pacquiao. You have to do better than Pacquiao wouldn’t take a drug test to explain why LF hasn’t taken the fight. And remember, Little Floyd settled with Pacquiao for accusing Pac of taking PEDS.

I don’t hate Little Floyd, I am confused as to why any great champion in the same weight class as another fighter would refuse a fight for the biggest paycheck in the history of boxing. It makes no sense. Thanks, for your feed back

Posted October 14, 2013 4:33 pm 


PEEJ

Im not going over the whole debate and how Pac refused to take random test. But Floyd draws more than Pac. Proof is in the numbers. Look how much PPV Floyd sells and then look at how much Pac sells. Floyd brings in more money. And still 40 mil was more than Pac had ever made, even after Arum takes his greedy cut. And Marquez in my opinion clearly won the 3rd fight. At worst it could of been a draw.

Posted October 14, 2013 4:18 pm 


the public

@Old Coot: Pacquiao’s speed and agility might have been a part of the problem for Bradley but I believe it was the bright lights that had the desert storm a bit stiff to start the fight. Immediately in the Marquez fight Bradley was on his toes looking extremely mobile. If this Bradley shows up against Pacquiao then it will be a long and frustrating night for the pac man, but I believe Bradley has already proven he can hang with Pacquiao with 2 busted feet, so nothing to prove in a rematch. Bradley needs to take out Alvarado and then leave top Rank to fight Floyd. Arum does not know how to sell a fighter like Bradley. Golden Boy is a much better machine to push Bradley.

Posted October 14, 2013 4:04 pm 


moonshineman

PEEJ

You know the 3rd fight could have gone either way. As far as Little Floyd, why should little Floyd get more money?. LF is no more draw than Pacquiao.

NOW:

The draw is , that Little Floyd has run from Paquiao FOR 4 YEARS.

PEEJ,

Here’s what I don’t understand about Little Floyd fighting Pacquiao.
Little Floyd has an excellent chance to win, and he still won’t fight Pacquiao. Did Mike Tyson ever run from another fighter?. Has Andre Ward ever run from another fighter?. How about Duran or Calzaghe, or Roy Jones?. No…. Why does Little Floyd refuse to fight the fighter that would give him the biggest payday in the history of bixing?. Please tell me…

Posted October 14, 2013 4:01 pm 


Old Coot

@ the public: Interesting… But then, even at the end of the Bradley VS Pacquiao fight, when the judges gave the fight to Bradley. You could tell in Pacquiao’s face and his words of “respecting the judges decisions” because he pretty knew he’d been mistaken, and had turned the judges off, for his not taking Bradley as seriously as he should, by cruising the first 2/3 of most rounds, and then just stealing the last third. And still Pacquiao’s speed and agility made Bradley hurt himself… I guarantee, that in a rematch, The Pacman will come hungry and loaded for TWO BEARS and go all out (with more angular attacks) in every round, and win a decisive, UD or perhaps a late KO! Mark my words!

Posted October 14, 2013 3:56 pm 


PEEJ

Marquez had every reason not to give Pac a 5th fight or immediate rematch. First Pac never gave Marquez an immediate rematch, 2nd Marquez felt he won all the fights. I felt he won the 3rd clearly and obviously the 4th fight. And also Pac was not giving what Marquez wanted in the money demand. His 3rd and 4th fights where made popular by the mexican crowd not the philipino crowd so he definitely deserved more money especially after KOing Pac. Everybody said Floyds 40 mil offer to Pac was ridiculous, well the money they where offering Marquez after a Pac loss was ridiculous. And they also Pac and company tried to say Marquez was on something. Talk about ridiculous.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:51 pm 


spartacus 65

Ole Coot, you’re welcome my friend. And WOW, thats a nice little payday my friend you recieved over the weekend! Cheers.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:48 pm 


Old Coot

It’s hilarious how them 3 genius buddies of mine who said I was crazy for betting on Bradley are ducking my texts, almost as much as Floyd ducks Pacman! But I still won $346!!! Yeah BOI!!

Posted October 14, 2013 3:45 pm 


the public

Bradley with 2 good feet outboxes Pacquiao with ease. Marquez doesn’t need to make these kinds of fights anymore, he should go after 1 more big one with Morales and call it a career. Bradley is just getting into his prime and will be top 5 for the rest of his career. The man is a winner.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:44 pm 


Old Coot

@ spartacus 65: Thank you… Even with my bird-brain, I make sense, every now and again. And you’re right on target in your analysis, as well.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:41 pm 


spartacus 65

Hecdog you are absolutely right about Marquez and his poor sportsmanship.I have been saying thus for some time and it appears he has gotten worse. Even Nacho Barastein has throen his hat into this ugly arena of denial. Bradley deserved this win. He fouvht a very smart and tactile fivht. He basically never gave Marquez the opportunity to get set. Basic boxing 101. Exciting in the Hagker/Hearns sense? NO. Effective?YES. As far as the Pacquiao issue, SPOT ON MY FRIEND. Cheers and good health.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:23 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Enema you think Orlando Cruz enjoyed the beating Salido gave him..?? I mean the mexican fighter did plant Cruz in a position he knows all to well, face down and ass up on the floor..Lol!

Posted October 14, 2013 3:18 pm 


Silky Johnson

Marquez might smell like man piss. The diabolical Hater named Public Enemy smells like cat piss as these message boards relentlessly get sprayed with the estrogen fueled mix of hate & envy. Hate Hate Hate!!! The work of a Hater is never done.

Posted October 14, 2013 3:08 pm 


Public Enemy

mex – maybe Cotto and marquez can get it on.. that would be a very good fight…

Posted October 14, 2013 3:03 pm 


nwo

FLOYD, RIGO, MARQPEDS, HOKINS, BRADLEY.. these boxers are what we call.. FREE TV fighters.. anyone who pays PPV on this boxers are really born DUMB

Posted October 14, 2013 2:56 pm 


Blaze

I didn’t see the fight yet, but going by the fact that Bradley just got wins over 2 of the top 3 fighters in the WW division (deserved or not), it only makes sense that his next fight be with Floyd.

Posted October 14, 2013 2:52 pm 


nwo

people think bradley schooled marqPED.. that was a real pot shot.. and dumb people think it was sweet science.. haha marqPED a cheater himself wait all night to counter punch and wasnt lucky this time around.. bradley a pot shot descendant of floyd the pot shot king knew marqPED is on roids and dint engange.. which is understandable.. in other words this is another FREE TV that dumb people paid.. yiiiiikes

Posted October 14, 2013 2:49 pm 


srminimo

Mex, mex, mex. next up, Bam Bam…

Posted October 14, 2013 2:42 pm 


Fight Aficionado

If it was 7-5 on rounds as Vivek believes then nobody should cal robbery. If it was 7-5 in Marquez’s favor then they can. It sounds like this was a legit close win. AP had Bradley winning by 2 pts and the AP is almost always spot on. Unlike most beat reporters they don’t have a rooting interest.

Posted October 14, 2013 2:36 pm 


nwo

bradley mayweather, rigo, hopkins, marquez are ESPN type of fighters.. FREE T.V.!!!! those guys are baaaad for boxing.. pot shot, run, jab all night, wait all night just to counter punch would not initiate contact.. ask MARQPED, RIGO and FLOYD.. how dumb can people pay some money on this crap is unbelievable!! goodluck haha FREE T.V.!!!

Posted October 14, 2013 2:31 pm 


nwo

to top it.. how scared MARQPED is.. he was offered 13M by pacman camp for a 5th fight.. MARQPED states he wants 20M.. the 40 yr old crybaby took 6M against bradley..hahaha how logical is that…

Posted October 14, 2013 2:25 pm 


Hecdog

Ped Man Marquez was a very good fighter in his earlier days when he didn’t have Angel Hereida. Once he fought Manny Pacquiao he became obsessed with beating him. He tried all sorts of things to gain an advantage. He’s always been a poor sport and sore loser, and after Manny gave him 4 fights, there was no reason for him not to give Manny Pacquiao a 5th fight. Instead he tells everyone that he feels so happy with the victory, and wants to continue that high and will not give Manny Pacquiao a rematch because of the feeling he does not want to lose. This was a bad, childish reason not to give Manny Pacquiao a rematch after Manny Pacquiao had given him 4 fights, made him famous and rich. Ped Man Marquez is without a doubt a HOF Whiner, complainer and crybaby. The man would not give Timothy Bradley or Manny Pacquiao any credit unless he beat them. Julio Cear Chavez Sr. and Erik Morales were bad loers, but Ped Man Marquez takes the cake. Nacho Berenstein felt the win vs Manny Pacquiao was going to Ped Man Marquez’s head. He was correct. Nacho would never say something about his beloved fighter unless it was true. Funny to see how Ped Man Marquez was before he made it to the top. He seemed very gracious, respectful and humble. Once he started to gain fame and all that money, his personality became some what uppitty, and his ego grew over night. Ped Man Marquez should retire now. He has fame and fortune, but what he has the most of is EGO, and that will lead him to take more fights. He may even fight Manny Pacquiao again only if Manny doesn’t say “forget you” as Ped Man Marquez said to Manny. And if they do happen to fight again, the feeling that Ped Man Marquez so treasured will vanish for good.

Posted October 14, 2013 1:40 pm 


spartacus 65

Old Coot, goodday sir. Very well said and on point youe commentary. Particularly your observations of Marquez. Pacquiao was actually winning that bout and putting on some serious hurt on Marquez before his recklessness turned the tables in the favor of Marquez. As for Mayweather I concur with tou on that score as well. Cheers.

Posted October 14, 2013 1:36 pm 


murderman

@ old coot – lets hope pac beats rios and we just may well get our wish! Both may n pac are both running out of dance partners! Lets hope arum, pac, gbp n floyd can but egos aside and make the fight happen. Hopeful pac agrees to drug testing and floyd stop being so greedy w the money and give manny a fair split! Floyd will box circles around bradley easy! Bradley too small, not enough reach or power to bother floyd at all!

Posted October 14, 2013 1:31 pm 


Old Coot

I really think this fight further validated my often expressed view that Pacquiao won handily the actual duration of their last fight, however, his reckless warrior abandon, and killer instinct caused him to get careless and KO himself with Marquez’ fist…

To repeat… Marquez is a great fighter, when facing aggressive, less cautious opponent who come forward, giving Marquez’ counter only, style, the opportunities to hurt them, as Pacman did.

Same as Mayweather, who although has the ability to be aggressive, he mainly waits for his opponent to come to him and counters, or pot shots them… Like he did to Marquez.

Therefore, this latest fight also shows me how both Floyd and now Bradly exposed that about what I call the ‘style ceiling’ of Marquez. But I at least give Marquez cudos for taking on fighters who don’t fit his style…

Mayweather only took anything close to that chance against Cotto… Who spooked Floyd with his unexpected abilities, which proved too close for Floyd’s comfort. So as I predicted, we saw Floyd went right back to picking relatively slow-footed/lead-legged opponents, such as Guerrero and Alvarez who could not get to him on their best days.

I just wish Floyd would take another chance against Pacquiao, or perhaps even Bradley… like Marquez did with all three.

Posted October 14, 2013 12:48 pm 


Mex

40 yrs old and still hanging in there with the best fighters…not like Cotto who beat a KFC manager..bahahahah

Posted October 14, 2013 12:31 pm 


Anonymous

Tim Bradley is a bit of joke, all hype and not that good. But that’s boxing for you, ‘All Hype and Not That Good’

The sport is utter garbage these days.

Posted October 14, 2013 12:27 pm 


Public Enemy

too think of how many Gallons of dirty smelly piss MarPeds Drank for this fight only to lose… It’ll take him Months to get that smell of dirty Stinky Piss out of his system…

Posted October 14, 2013 12:09 pm 


Boxer

It’s funny I read an article on doghouse boxing pretty much saying that his Marquez loss proves that it was a lucky punch that finished pacman…… How dumb can you be that’s like saying Floyd got lucky against victor Ortiz caus josesito stopped him to!, Marquez prepared for the Bradley that fought provodnikov in my eyes he’d isn’t have the right gameplan, Bradley still ain’t ready for Floyd though, if like to see him against the likes of my man swift or broner!

Posted October 14, 2013 12:06 pm 


Mongoose

@Anonymous – so are Pacman and mayweather.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:48 am 


Edgar Guevara

Bradley is looking bad in the welterweight division. He is not that pound for pound he think he is. Mayweather, Ward and Hopkins are a different breed. Bradley last good win was unifying that 140 pound with Alexander.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:47 am 


Anonymous

like i said before, Marquez an ATG but not of any consequence in wwt division….neither is bradley who is also a amall wwt…..

Posted October 14, 2013 11:41 am 


Mongoose

@Public Enemy – true. Manny did good after the Bradley fight. Did you see the provodnikov/alvarez face off. I became a fan just because of provodnikovs reaction. Great guy. That’s what fans want, than it doesn’t matter if you lost or not.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:39 am 


Mongoose

That beeing said, I still think some fighters get away with too many headbuts. Of course there are allways two heads coming together but in some of Bradley’s, Holyfield’s or Hopkin’s fights it just got pretty obvious that it’s their fault. If it’s a repeated occurence referees should do their homework and start too look out for those tactics/habits. Same with low blows (mares). Intentional or not it’s an unfair advantage that has to be stopped. Not that you said anything different.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:35 am 


Public Enemy

Mongoose – thank you, what I’d like to see is these guys for once come out and graciously accept a loss.. When Young Danny Garcia beat Eric Morales, Danny extended his hand to shake with Eric Morales and Morales being the sore loser that he is left Danny hanging there and didn’t even look at him? Why? Danny fought a great Clean fight.. why be such a sore loser? and in their Rematch it was shown that Eric Morales tested positive for a banned substance.. still got obliterated by Danny but it’s just a way these guys have of not being good sports.. That being said I thought Salido showed class in his fight vs Orlando Cruz…

Posted October 14, 2013 11:28 am 


Coopal

Marquez fell to much in love w/ his muscles thinking he’s going to KO Bradley. Those muscles need to breathe and your body needs to maintain it throughout the course of the fight. It just made him slower. He should have just stuck w/ the old Marquez and outbox Bradley, instead he tried to be a refined version of provednikov.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:26 am 


Mongoose

@Public Enemy – yeah it didn’t change anything I agree. He won fair and square. Still since you mentioned Marquez’s looks after the fight I thought I throw it in. I just have seen to many boxers beeing sore loosers and telling the media to look at the face of theit oponent for proof that they are the true winner. It doesn’t necesarily reflect what happened in the fight. I’ve gotten somehow allergic to that. That beeing said you’re spot on anyway.

Posted October 14, 2013 11:22 am 


Public Enemy

Murderman – Bradley stood toe to toe plenty times in this fight with Marquez, Marquez couldn’t do anything.. except get caught by a Bradley shot that had him doing some odd Break Dance moves…

Posted October 14, 2013 10:58 am 


Public Enemy

Mongoose – Hopkins and Holyfield lead with their Heads as well doesn’t diminish their records.. in this case there were no fight Changing Head butts so it’s irrelevant.. Bradley put on a great display of Boxing and he inflicted alot of damage on Marquez.. Great win for Bradley who all said was shot and damaged after his fight with the Russian..

Posted October 14, 2013 10:57 am 


big moe

If Bradley wants to be a floyd victim, he can step up, leave top rank, get a pay day and then get beat down. If i were Bradley, i would fight again in the next three months, just to get out his contract and then sign with GB. Cause as long as he is own Top Rank, he aint getting floyd.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:53 am 


Mongoose

@Public Enemy – There’s some truth in what you say. But since he leads with the head so often it’s allways hard to tell with how much damage Bradley really did with his fists.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:41 am 


murderman

Jmm is an atg n hof. But unless he fight guys that are dumb enough to stand in front of him and trade like pacman, i cant see him beating any good boxers. Bradley vs pac rematch! Big money! If pac cant beat rios. Which he may not!

Posted October 14, 2013 10:41 am 


Public Enemy

It’s called Boxing not Drunken Cantina Brawling… There is a science to the art of Boxing, hit and avoid getting hit.. I believe Bradley did exactly that.. Look at how Fk’d up Marquez was after the fight.. how do you think he got like that??

Posted October 14, 2013 10:26 am 


nwo

bradley won it fair and square.. marquez has done it again.. sore loser. he cant lose.. he only gets robbed.. haha classless.. bradley won it by pot shot, and sadly people mistaken it by calling it sweet science.. which is what this author is a big fan of.. mayweather kind of boxing! if everybody will emulate this kind of style.. then boxing is doomed.. this is crap, this isnt what the paying public paid for.. the reason why pacman, mathysse, golovkin and the likes get the positive raves from fans is they are ppv materials who larry merchant would describe, the manly ways of sweet science, where you engange and the intention of hurting your opponent should be the goal while exhibiting some defense. eg. robinson, hearns etc. mayweather, ward, rigo, bradley,hopkins are one of those fighters are not worth it. they are ESPN type of fights.. free T.V.

Posted October 14, 2013 10:16 am 


Public Enemy

There was absolutely nothing close about this fight..it was almost as lop sided as the Canelo beat down at the hands of PBF.. Bradley boxed and pummeled Marquez all night long… it should’ve been a unanimous decision.. no way Marquez won more then 3 rounds.. no way..

Posted October 14, 2013 9:53 am 


muchacho

Arum shows GBP how to build a star, slowly but sure he is making Bradley a star robbing anyone on his way, Arum made Dela Hoya, Floyd, Pacquiao, Cotto, Hagler, Leonard, Ali a stars.
GBP failed to make Khan, Mares, Ortiz, Canelo, Angulo a star, they are going to fail with Broner and Garcia also.

Posted October 14, 2013 9:14 am 


CJ

Bradley is perfect proof of the fighter that has somehow won all of his closest 3 fights(Pacman, Provodnikov, Marquez) that could have been judged the other way, Especially the PAC fight and have 3 losses on his record instead of a perfect one. Lucas Matthysse is the example of 3 close losses that could have been judged the other way. How does Bradley get EVERY close decision???????

Posted October 14, 2013 8:53 am 


Mbuyiseli

Never was a Bradley fan, don’t care to watch him fight let him fight Top Rank fighters. Just don’t enjoy his fighting style. JMM is a legend though no need to whine. Bradley has always been the bigger and younger man. No shame in losing to Desert Storm.

Posted October 14, 2013 8:31 am 


muchacho

Which is worst, loss to Pacman or loss to Floyd?

loss to Pacman

1.Dela Hoya – hook up to drugs
2.Hatton – hook up to drugs, try to kill himself
3. Marquez – turned to drugs (peds) to avenge the loss
4. Morales – hook up to drugs(peds)
5. Margarito – broken eye socket.
6. Cotto – afraid for rematch.
7. Mosley- become a runner, used to be offensive fighter,
8. Clottey – Vanished
9. Barrera- never the same again.
10. Diaz – vanished

loss to Floyd

1. Canelo – still good looking.
2. Guerrero – not even a scratch
3. Ortiz – become a dancing star after the sucker punch.
4. Mosley – celebrating after the loss.
5. Cotto- added more tattoo in his body.
6. Marquez – still wearing the sombrero going to his locker room.

Posted October 14, 2013 7:56 am 


Liver Shot

Bradley out pointed an old man. Still has no name, still hasn’t really won a fight except for this last decision and that could have gone ither way. Nobody wants to see Bradley fight. He doesn’t bring fans to the fight. Outside of boxing fans, who’s Bradley. Nobody calls him out after a win not because they are afraid of him, but he doesn’t bring a payday. Mayweather will call him if he needs a sparring partner. Since nobody wants to fight him his next fight will probably be Zab Judah. LOL

Posted October 14, 2013 7:47 am 


PRdancer

I was shocked too by Bradley but not like Vivek, I could Not believe all the taunting, posing, the make believe throwing from Bradley, that’s not true boxing IMO, the slick boxer style hits and then moves, the other guy throws, misses and gets countered by the boxer, and then the boxer moves again, nobody should win a round with barely landing a punch, or just a few punches, looks like running, surviving, boring to me, when a fan looks at the total punches landed in a title fight that went 12 full rounds,,,horrific,,,and I also include JMarquez in this terrible low action fight, JMarquez didn’t let his hands go either, I understand Braley wasn’t in there to give a fight but JMarquez could have tried to make it more exciting,,,Peace

Posted October 14, 2013 7:35 am 


DMX

Bradley v Garcia on the next Mayweather undercard

Nice big carrot for the winner

Posted October 14, 2013 5:50 am 


Edgar Guevara

Mayweather-Bradley will never happen. Arum is on the way.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:30 am 


Edgar Guevara

Bradley did good at 140 pounds, but 147 he is failure. He did not win against Pacquiao, he barely made it against Provodnikov he barely won that fight, Marquez was not old, Bradley came to dance and survive. Mayweather has been dominant against every single fighter in front of him. That is what makes that different with Mayweather he is defensive, but he gives a boxing lesson with his fist to. Bradley is a champion in the 147 made by that judges and protect it by Arum. Pacquiao-Bradley 2 will a good fight, if Pacquiao beats Rios. Because Bradley derail Pacquiao fight with Mayweather with that robbery of the year 2012. Bradley is big question in the 147 against Mayweather. Bradley is not a dominant champion in the 147 like he was at 140. He has a lot to answer still. Marquez-Bradley was a failure, neither fighter did anything.

Posted October 14, 2013 5:25 am 


Adrian

I was very sure that breadly would get a decision against Marquez and I saw the fight exactly how it unfolded because people tend not to look overall how a boxer looks in to the fight like speed , footwork and movement in Marquez case they got overexcited thinking that since he ko’d PAC now he is a much better fighter and it was thx opposite I saw maruez as slow and stationary like never before and paqiao was winning clearly but PAqiao only goal was to ko maruez once and for all and stop the critics for saying he didn’t deserve previous decision just like roach said PAC needs to go and knock him out and that’s a big mistake for PAC because that’s the only way maruez can beat you and that is counter punching .and if paqiao would have just box just so he could get the win he could have done that and he can always do it but PAC is to proud and his mistake always against was he thought he can ko Marquez and if PAC boxes and wins just like breadly most if the media would say the fight was “boring” and paqiao is not the same fighter anymore and probably even say he didn’t deserve the win just like maruez team are complaining about breadly fight too…

Posted October 14, 2013 5:23 am 


gshok

yeh i agree , maybe marquez thought he was a bit of a knockout artist after his last fight and thought that he could ko bradley but like you said when it got to a brawl he realised that bradley would fire back even stronger

Posted October 14, 2013 4:44 am 


boxing barlow

Yeah I think Bradley boxed smart. What really surprised me though and what we seen glimpses of was that although Bradleys game plan was to box smart and avoid a tear up, when he was drawn into one briefly it was Bradley who came off better. He seemed far stronger than Marquez. I actually think the fight went far better for Marquez than if Bradley had come to brawl as I honestly think Bradley would have beat him up badly. Vivek states he is surprised Marquez had no plan b, but I think his plan b was to brawl and in his few exchanges he had he realised that wouldn’t work either.

Posted October 14, 2013 4:37 am 


gshok

good to know that bradley mixed things up by some toe to toe and also some good boxing , no matter how you look at it he is very good at what he does , i think that he learnt alot in the provondokov fight

Posted October 14, 2013 4:27 am 


Ray Ray

I just found a youtube clip of Bradley calling out Mayweather….i was impressed with Lomachenko also

Posted October 14, 2013 4:14 am 



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