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What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« on: June 01, 2012, 12:41:20 PM »
What do you think would be the outcome of Pacquiao-Bradley fight?


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What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2012, 11:09:15 PM »
lapit na ng LABAN.

Bradley kay Pacquiao:
‘IT’S ALL OR NOTHING!’


LAS VEGAS --- Tatlong araw bago ang laban, tila lalong nadagdagan ng pampalakas-loob at kumpiyansa si undefeated American fighter Tim Bradley.

Sa final press conference kahapon sa Hollywood Theater dito, muli na namang umatake ang bunganga ni Bradley at walang gatol na sinabing handang-handa na siyang gulantangin ang mundo dahil itatala niya ang pinakamalaking upset sa Sabado ng gabi sa MGM Grand Garden Arena at iyon ay ang paggapi niya kay Manny Pacquiao.


Kay Manny pa rin ako :) kayo ba?

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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2012, 01:30:43 PM »
syempre pacquaio.... kayo ba?


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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2012, 12:52:30 PM »
"I can't wait to get in there and kill this dude" - Tim Bradley

"I don’t know what Tim Bradley will bring in the ring on that night, but we will be ready for whatever he brings.” - Manny Pacquiao

Coming off a disappointing performance against Juan Manuel Marquez and after making controversial statements regarding same-sex marriage, Manny Pacquiao is a heavy favorite in his upcoming match against Timothy Bradley, with odds in favor of Pacquiao at 4-1.

With a record of 28-0-0 (with 12 KOs), the undefeated Bradley shouldn't be taken lightly. He has the agility, stamina and athleticism (not to mention the hunger) to make this a difficult fight for Pacquiao. Pacquiao on the other hand has been on a winning streak, taking out top contenders (even if his performance against Marquez and Mosley was less than stellar) amidst criticisms that he may be over the hill. Pacquiao has a lot to gain and a lot to lose in this match against the up and coming Bradley. This will no doubt be one slugfest that you shouldn't miss.

What are your thoughts on this upcoming fight and how do you think will this end?

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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2012, 12:53:26 PM »
It would depend on how Tim Bradley fights.

We all know what happened in the Mosley fight. Shane was suppose to bring the fight to Manny and stand toe to toe... that didnt exactly happen as Sugar Shane decided to just move and survive.

If Tim Bradley comes out aggressive and fight like a slugger then i see Manny knocking the guy out. If he decides to play it safe and do some counterpunching plus lots of clinching then a unanimous decision is highly likely. Plus.. Manny is very susceptible to cuts via headbutt so...


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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2012, 12:55:15 PM »
MP will win via TKO in the later rounds.

just a quick comment for both

for TB, he's just pure muscles, has speed and stamina but lacking power, has no power punches at all, so he needs to throw a hell lot of punches for him to at least make up for his score. but hey, one *kablag* then he's done!

for MP, he's too old to fight. as per his fight against JMM, man, he's getting crappy. i don't know if it was just his confidence that made him crappy or just getting older looses one's screws? it is really obvious that he is loosing his speed although he still has that *kablag* from left to right. what he needs to do is to fight like the good old days throwing a lot of power punches and this way he'll win and get gayweather hiding under his blanket.


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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #7 on: June 10, 2012, 01:13:37 PM »
Round one: Alright, let's do this.

Jabs from both, Bradley with a couple nice body shots as Manny comes in. Manny liking the left straight to the body. Bradley doing good work with his jab. Bradley moves forward and lands well to the body. Manny's big left not connecting. There we go, now it lands, though Bradley seems okay. There's another. A third. Nothing seemed to bother Bradley, but I think he stole the round. 10-9 Pacquiao.

Round two: Bradley looking to counter off the left straight. Nice left from Pacquiao seems to get to Bradley. They tie up and Bradley digs away. Both men land a left. Sneaky jab from Pacquiao. Slower pace in the second half. Bradley bulls forward with punches and lasts a few before a left from Bradley makes him disengage. Bradley with his hands low trying to goad Pacquiao. Nice left from Bradley at the end. Announcers talking up Pacquiao's punches, but aside from that one in the beginning, they didn't seem to get to Bradley. 19-19.

Round three: Nice little combo inside from Bradley. Nice left from Manny. More chiseling work from Bradley inside. Another solid left from Manny. Another. Good exchange. Thudding body blow from Bradley answered by a glancing left. Nice flurry from Bradley answered by another left. BIG coutner from Bradley lands, but Manny smacks him with a left. Crazy exchange in the last few seconds. Great fight. 29-28 Pacquiao.

Round four: Mr. Tim Bradley's trainer, sir? Tim is not "dominating his ***." Doing well, though.

Nice body work from Bradley. Another good left inside; Bradley needs to do more than this. Solid exchange from both, Manny connecting well. Solid right from Pacquiao. Another. They tie up again. Nice lefts inside from Pacquiao. Flurry from Bradley. Nice left to the body from Manny, who explodes on Bradley as the latter approaches. Bradley looks uncomfortable now and manages to tie up. Another big exchange and Bradley even lands a big right hand. Great, great fight. 39-37 Pacquiao.

Round five: Bradley may have hurt his foot in that last round when he stumbled. His coach was telling him not to think about it.

Bradley no longer looks comfortable in there. Pacquiao lands another good left hand. Bradley poking at Manny's guard but landing nothing. Nothing but jabs from Bradley lately. The two trade now. Bradley gets caught with a good left and Manny charges , but gets tied up. Powerful exchange again at the end of the round. Bradley has enormous heart, but he's losing this fight. 49-46 Pacquiao.

Round six: Jabs from Bradley falling short. Manny looking for the big counter left, but settles for a right to the body. Nice right from Manny, who is less active this round but still winning it. Good right by Bradley, but Manny forces him into the corner and unloads. No solid connections. Nice left from Bradley is met by a better one from Manny. Bradley doesn't seem like he wants to be in there anymore. 59-55 Pacquiao.

Round seven: Nice body shot from Bradley. Nice right from Bradley, who takes a left upstairs. Nice combo from Pacquiao. Manny now tearing Bradley apart with combinations, although Tim is still in there. Good body shot from Bradley, but he eats some lefts. Both connect upstairs. No wild exchange at the end this time, but a clear round for Manny. Tim needs something amazing here, and with his limited power, I don't see it happening. 69-64 Pacquiao.

Round eight: Pacquiao walking his foe down, but Bradley lands a couple good hooks. Heads collide; I'm surprised it took this long. More big shots from Manny as Bradley comes in and another big left. Bradley thumps the body but is forced to tie up. Good one-two from Pacquiao. Flurry from Bradley is blocked. More good shots from Pacquiao at the end of the round. 79-73.

Round nine: Bradley lands well moving forward. Nice left from Pacquiao. Bradley wobbled but stays up. His hands are way too low right now. Nasty combination from Pacquiao as the two trade blows. More shots from Pacquiao. Left uppercut lands for Manny, good body shots from Bradley in return. Nice little combo from Bradley lands. Big overhand left for Manny. Bradley had his moments, but still another Pacquiao round. 89-82.

Round ten: Nice left from Manny. Oh, good left by Bradley and a solid body shot afterwards. Good right hand from Manny after a brief lull. Nice jab from Bradley. Good right-left by Bradley. Nice jab and some good work inside. Slow round, but Bradley's best so far. 98-92 Pacquiao.

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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2012, 02:18:24 PM »
Talo daw si Pacman by decision 12 rounds? Totoo ba?


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Re: What is your forecast for the Pacquiao-Bradley fight?
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2012, 02:19:58 PM »
Natalo si Pacquiao, pero mas okay ang mga punches niya, pero talo!

Naluto, naluto!

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