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Dolimite
Bradley has beaten some top contenders: Alexander, Peterson, Pacquiao, Holt, Nat Campbell, Vasquez, and recently Ruslan. He has some great guys on his resume. He is 29 and he is not even in his prime. After the beating he took last Saturday his career maybe shorten. Compared to Mayweather's resume at the same age do you think Bradley has the upper hand on Floyd?
daprofessor
QUOTE (Dolimite @ Mar 18 2013, 06:39 PM) *
Bradley has beaten some top contenders: Alexander, Peterson, Pacquiao, Holt, Nat Campbell, Vasquez, and recently Ruslan. He has some great guys on his resume. He is 29 and he is not even in his prime. After the beating he took last Saturday his career maybe shorten. Compared to Mayweather's resume at the same age do you think Bradley has the upper hand on Floyd?


no.
bnoles4life
QUOTE (Dolimite @ Mar 18 2013, 06:39 PM) *
Bradley has beaten some top contenders: Alexander, Peterson, Pacquiao, Holt, Nat Campbell, Vasquez, and recently Ruslan. He has some great guys on his resume. He is 29 and he is not even in his prime. After the beating he took last Saturday his career maybe shorten. Compared to Mayweather's resume at the same age do you think Bradley has the upper hand on Floyd?


Negative, Ghost Rider.
The Original MrFactor
Ask me this question in 5 years. Who had the better resume before age 30, Bradley or Mayweather? If Bradley can recover from this most recent war, I may be inclined to say Bradley when its said and done. We already know what guys on Mayweathers resume went on and did. If Peterson, Provodnikov and Alexander go on to greatness, Bradley's resume will look that much better. He's already got Pacquiao. And I know I'm in the minority here. I think he won that fight fair and square.
neophyte7
Iron Dome will not be around in 5 years....
daprofessor
QUOTE (The Original MrFactor @ Mar 18 2013, 06:49 PM) *
Ask me this question in 5 years. Who had the better resume before age 30, Bradley or Mayweather? If Bradley can recover from this most recent war, I may be inclined to say Bradley when its said and done. We already know what guys on Mayweathers resume went on and did. If Peterson, Provodnikov and Alexander go on to greatness, Bradley's resume will look that much better. He's already got Pacquiao. And I know I'm in the minority here. I think he won that fight fair and square.


well put.
aTYpicalTYrant
No where near close. Mayweather by a landslide. I'm not discrediting what Bradley has done because his resume' is impressive. But Hell No
Franchize
Well I think he got a gift vs Pacquiao AND Holt so I gotta go with Floyd.
Dolimite
Good responses fellas, I know Chsels is shaking his at another damn Mayweather thread, but it is a legitimate question. I like what Bradley has done but looking at May's body of work, he only had one questionable fight and he answered those questions six months later. And if you actually watched the Castillo fight, Castillo fought dirty.
PrfPmp
I love bradley but Lol
BigFightFan
When did Ruslan become a top contender? I'm kinda confused. Who had he fought other than Bradley?
BrutUalBK
QUOTE (Dolimite @ Mar 18 2013, 06:39 PM) *
Bradley has beaten some top contenders: Alexander, Peterson, Pacquiao, Holt, Nat Campbell, Vasquez, and recently Ruslan. He has some great guys on his resume. He is 29 and he is not even in his prime. After the beating he took last Saturday his career maybe shorten. Compared to Mayweather's resume at the same age do you think Bradley has the upper hand on Floyd?



No way!! His best win is Pac and some view that as controversial (not me though, I thought he won it convincingly), other than that it is a far cry to try to put the likes of Holt, Vasquez, Peterson and Campbell on the level with guys like JLC, Corrales, Genaro and Carlos Hernandez. Let's not forget that Campbell was done, Holt is still considered a B level fighter and Ruslan hasn't really beaten anyone of A level stature.

There are other things I could say here but the resumes speak for themselves.
checkleft
No. No its not
mrchitown
Not even close
sduck
After careful consideration, I will have to say Mayweather's resume is definitely more impressive.
Cshel86
Bradley's resume at this age, being better than's Floyd at the same age???

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Sigh...I have nothing for this. There's nothing out there guys, let's pack up and take it back home.
Dolimite
QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Mar 19 2013, 11:36 AM) *
Bradley's resume at this age, being better than's Floyd at the same age???

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Sigh...I have nothing for this. There's nothing out there guys, let's pack up and take it back home.

With that being said, who at this point in the game has a better resume? I think Ward would be a top contender and def B Hopkins. I would take Hopkins over Ward, didn't like the fact he made Dawson come down in weight.
BrutUalBK
QUOTE (Dolimite @ Mar 26 2013, 11:02 PM) *
With that being said, who at this point in the game has a better resume? I think Ward would be a top contender and def B Hopkins. I would take Hopkins over Ward, didn't like the fact he made Dawson come down in weight.



It's not even close to compare BHop to Ward, Nard has fought damn near everyone with the exception of Toney. Roy Jones name alone on BHop's resume far outweighs any name on Andre's and Hopkins has fought RJJ twice.
mrchitown
QUOTE (Dolimite @ Mar 26 2013, 11:02 PM) *
With that being said, who at this point in the game has a better resume? I think Ward would be a top contender and def B Hopkins. I would take Hopkins over Ward, didn't like the fact he made Dawson come down in weight.


He didn't make Chad do anything, Chad is the one who said he can make 168. He sealed his own fate and there's no justification to penalize Ward for doing something that would've happened at any weight
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