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bMaK
post May 3 2012, 07:13 AM
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"All of the work to me is easy work, man. I might change my name to The Easy Work Team. Team Easy Work! I see things that I can definitely exploit and I will exploit in this fight. Man, I am a smart fighter, man. I don't get a lot of credit for that, man, but I'm gonna show everybody how smart I am in the ring come June 9th, man. I can definitely be a matador or a bully, baby, and I'm just gonna put it all together on June 9th. When I leave that night, I'm gonna be the new welterweight champion of the world...I'm telling you that you are going to witness history that night. I'm definitely coming to seek and destroy, man, and I'm going to destroy Manny Pacquiao on June 9th," stated jr. welterweight champion Timothy Bradley, who is sounding even more confident than ever before less than 6 weeks before his showdown with 8-division world champion Manny Pacquiao. Check out what else he had to say about the fight and much more...

http://fighthype.com/news/article12330.html
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Franchize
post May 3 2012, 08:25 AM
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As a black man,I'm not condoning use of the N word , but I wouldn't mind if Pacquiao said "Nigga Please!" right about now. You can't go from being all polite to pulling a Shane Mosley and start pounding your chest about how great you feel. Only way I see Bradley winning is if he makes it a Hatton vs Tszu fight.
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post May 3 2012, 08:37 AM
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Im tired of the whole "all work is easy work" bullshit. Dude, get your own motto and stop jocking Floyd...same goes Broner's carbon copy ass. I like Tim's chances in this fight, but it has to be his fight and his fight only.

I was unsure of his chances earlier during the build up when he was saying stuff like:
  • "If I can take his punches"
  • "I think I can win this"
  • "If we win this fight"

First I heard all of those "not so sure" comments, and now he's oh-so-confident at this point. Fans want to hear guys talk shit and so forth, but I still cant get past his early commentary, which was full of doubtful rebuttal and Pacquiao praises.
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post May 3 2012, 08:53 AM
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No one is buying trash talk from Bradley. When you're a nice guy you're just a nice guy.

The change of attitude didn't work for Mosley. It didn't work for Jermaine Taylor.
It won't work for Tim either.
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post May 3 2012, 09:02 AM
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Bradley gonna have to get the knock out, because he won't win on the scorecards unless Top Rank deliberately tries to pass the torch.
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post May 3 2012, 09:55 AM
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BRADLEY IS PERFECTLY MADE OFR PACQUIAO.

HENCE THE REASON THEY ARE FIGHTING

HE FOUGHT AN OLD MOSLEY WHO WITH A BIT OF RING EXPERIENCE AND COMMON SENSE FROM NAZIM FIGURED OUT HOW 2 NULLIFY PACQUIAO, THEN HE FOUGHT A COUNTER PUNCHER, BEFORE THAT HE FOUGHT ALL GUYS THE SAME STYLE, COME FORWARD AND STAND AND EXCHANGE. PERFECT FOR PACQUIAO. BECAUSE HE LOOKED GARBAGE IN HIS LAST TWO, HE GONE BACK TO A PERFECT STYLE FOR HIM.

I HOPE BRADLEY BEATS HIM, BUT EVEN IF BRADLEY WINS EVERY ROUND HE WON'T GET DECISION

CHECK OUT HTTP:UK.FIGHTHYPE.COM THE UK BLOG FOR FIGHTHYPE.
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post May 3 2012, 09:58 AM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ May 3 2012, 09:25 AM) *
As a black man,I'm not condoning use of the N word , but I wouldn't mind if Pacquiao said "Nigga Please!" right about now. You can't go from being all polite to pulling a Shane Mosley and start pounding your chest about how great you feel. Only way I see Bradley winning is if he makes it a Hatton vs Tszu fight.

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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ May 3 2012, 09:37 AM) *

Im tired of the whole "all work is easy work" bullshit. Dude, get your own motto and stop jocking Floyd...same goes Broner's carbon copy ass. I like Tim's chances in this fight, but it has to be his fight and his fight only.

I was unsure of his chances earlier during the build up when he was saying stuff like:
  • "If I can take his punches"
  • "I think I can win this"
  • "If we win this fight"

First I heard all of those "not so sure" comments, and now he's oh-so-confident at this point. Fans want to hear guys talk shit and so forth, but I still cant get past his early commentary, which was full of doubtful rebuttal and Pacquiao praises.

Glad I'm not the only one that caught that. Not long ago Bradley was talkin tough about Floyd, now he wants to talk just like him.
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post May 3 2012, 12:08 PM
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Floyd, the largest proponent of "All work is easy work", is the hardest working guy in the gym since Marvin Hagler.

I mean, no one is asking Bradley to not be confident, but Jesus, stop being so bad at trying to sell this fight as being competitive.
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mrchitown
post May 3 2012, 12:28 PM
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With all the tough talk he's been putting out lately he better back it up in the ring. If he doesn't, the backlash from the fans will be epic. From his recent interviews, he's speaking as if he's a p4p king. I hope he puts on a great performance to go with his new tough guy role
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Franchize
post May 3 2012, 03:06 PM
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What's the over/under that he will have a mysterious injury if he loses that he's "had all training camp but decided to fight through"?
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