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> Cotto vs Bradley at 154? Maybe?
Cshel86
post Feb 16 2013, 05:54 PM
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Alright guys, Im reaching here...I gotta talk boxing. This boxing drought is getting the best of me. We're all about 0-5 against these cancelled/postponed fights. I was thinking about what Bradley should pursue after his upcoming fight against whoever tha fuck this guy is. I've seen him a fight a couple of times, but the name never stuck with me.

What if Arum decided to give Tim a consolation fight, for not making the Pac rematch happen? What if he can pull Miguel into this, and make it worth it? Obviously, they'd have to fight in NY, because those NY fans dont care if Miguel fights a damn kangaroo, they'll be there to see. What if this fight leads to a Manny rematch for both of these guys?

I'm sure Bradley hasn't gotten that delusional with his newly-acquired, controversial, fame, so I don't thin he'd argue about making the 154 lb limit. A rough and rugged (part-time slick boxer) Bradley, vs a fight 'til the end Cotto. If Miguel fought Trout, with no regards to how tickets sales would pan out, then why not Bradley? A guy who "beat" Manny?..a guy that Cotto lost to?

Thoughts?
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BoxingStill#1
post Feb 16 2013, 07:21 PM
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Sheesh.. lets not all reply at once folks!.. geze..

I think this fight has merits in more than one category, and its verrryyy marketable..

You would think that with Arum as a promoter he would have jumped on this from the get. Maybe it has been talked about with them? Maybe Cotto is just reaaallyy salty with Arum? Idk..

I fight with Bradley would be one hell of a scrap. Im giving the size and power advantage to Cotto, but Im giving the durability and rougedness to Bradley. Speed relatively the same here I think..

Technical advantage is Cotto, .. but as good as he has looked (even with the losses). I cant see a knockout against Bradley..

All in all Im in for a long, rough fight.. Bradley wins but walks away knowing he fought a future HOF fighter..

Id love to put my money on my man Cotto, but just too many wars....
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