Warrior Timothy Bradley, a fighter rarely seen in a dull fight, has signed a two year extension with Top Rank Promotions, the promoters “Desert Storm” has been with for over half of his pro career; so reports Dan Rafael of ESPN.com. Bradley, last seen losing his rubber-match with Manny Pacquiao in April, wants to fight again in December of this year, so said Todd duBoef, and if this doesn’t happen, the plan will be for the former 140 and 147-pound champ to box again in January of next year.
The man Bradley, 33-2-1(13) wants to face before his exciting career comes to an end is another former champ who is approaching the final great moments of his career: Miguel Cotto. “That’s one of the fights Tim would like before he is done with his career,” Monica Bradley said to ESPN.com. Cotto, at age 35, is three years older than Bradley and the Puerto Rican legend has not boxed since losing a competitive decision to the much bigger and younger Canelo Alvarez last November. But Cotto is looking to fight again in December and Bradley would make a great opponent choice.
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