Found May 19, 2012 on Boxing Watchers:
This special edition of 24/7 begins by contrasting Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, both in location and the trappings of their day-to-day lives.We flash back to the official announcement of the fight, with Manny saying it will be a tough fight and Tim stating that he was coming to win. Bradley is comfortable in the role of underdog and doesn't care if anyone doubts his chances of winning. A family man, Baradley is seen with his kids, one of whom says Pacquiao better be ready. Bradley grew up near Palm Springs, but in the North End, not the glamorous part of the city most people know. Tim gives his dad Tim Sr. credit for being a good role model, athletically and otherwise. Despite that, Bradley got in trouble frequently as a youth. He admits to being a bully, even going as far as hitting a kid in a wheelchair. On the urging of a friend, Bradley went into a boxing gym for the first time 18 years ago and never looked back.Across the world, Pacquiao gives his home fans in Gen...

Pacquiao vs. Bradley videos: 24/7 Promo, Face Off with Kellerman & more

Right here we have a heaping handful of Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley preview videos from HBO and HBO Boxing. We have the official 24/7 Road to Pacquiao-Bradley preview and promo video clip, and we also have the promo for the Face Off with Max Kellerman sit down conversation. Then, we have a kind of fighter profile video for both Manny and Bradley. Have a seat and take a look...

Popular Los Angeles Mall Lifts Ban on Manny Pacquiao After a Misquote

An interview by a National Conservative Examiner writer regarding boxer Manny Pacquiao citing a Biblical passage has been erroneous.  This interview created a lot of news on the airwaves and even caused public disgust.  Several groups were pushing Nike to drop their endorsement deal for Manny Pacquiao.  A popular Los Angeles mall even went to the extent of banning the popular...

Could the villainous Floyd Mayweather become more likable than Manny Pacquiao?

Reigning WBC world welterweight champion and WBA world light-welterweight titleholder “Pretty Boy” Floyd Mayweather tweeted yesterday that he approves of same-sex marriage. “I stand behind President Obama & support gay marriage,” tweeted Mayweather, 35, who will be incarcerated on June … Continue reading →
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