Pacquiao vs Bradley fight preview and live streaming results online

Pacquiao vs Bradley fight preview and live streaming results online

Get a preview, Pacquiao Fight results, and full fight coverage here for Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley live on HBO PPV. Pacquiao vs. Bradley III airs live this Saturday, April 9. Bloody Elbow has full fight coverage right here.

Pacquiao vs Bradley 3 Saturday, April 9, Bloody Elbow presents fight coverage of Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley III. HBO Boxing Pacquiao vs. Bradley 3 airs live on HBO PPV this Saturday, April 9 with a fight time of 9:00 p.m. ET. Bloody Elbow will have live fight coverage, including results and discussion, right here.

Less than a year after Floyd Mayweather announced his retirement, here we see what is being called the final professional fight in the storied career of Manny Pacquiao. Pacquiao has been a massive superstar for boxing in recent years, with the boxing skills to back it up. Now, he’s wrapping up his career with a final clash with his rival Timothy Bradley. The two men meet for the third time here, and currently officially stand at 1-1 against each other, though Bradley’s win is one of the most controversial decisions in years. Here, Bradley gets a shot to prove he really can beat Pacquiao, while Pac gets a chance to vanquish him once and for all.

Also on the PPV broadcast will be three title fights. The main feature is Arthur Abraham vs. Gilberto Ramirez, but I’m most excited for Evgeny Gradovich vs. Oscar

Join us here at Bloody Elbow for Pacquiao vs. Bradley III results, discussion, and live fight coverage this Saturday, April 9.

                           PACQUIAO vs. BRADLEY III FIGHT CARD:

Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2; 38 KO) vs. Timothy Bradley (33-1-1; 13 KO)
Welterweight (147 lbs)

Arthur Abraham (44-4; 29 KO) vs. Gilberto Ramirez (33-0; 24 KO)
Super Middleweight (168 lbs)

Oscar Valdez (19-0; 16 KO) vs. Evgeny Gradovich (21-1-1; 9 KO)
Featherwwight (126 lbs)

Jose Ramirez (16-0; 12 KO) vs. Manny Perez (25-11-1; 6 KO)
Super Lightweight (140 lbs)

Pacquiao ‘100% ready’ vs Bradley

Pacquiao ‘100% ready’ vs Bradley

Manny Pacquiao Fight shows off his abdominal muscle after training inside the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles, California on Saturday afternoon. Pacquiao and Bradley will be fighting for the third time on April 9 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. PHOTO BY REM ZAMORA

HOLLYWOOD — With exactly a week to go before fight night, Freddie Roach is ready to tune down Manny Pacquiao’s training even as the boxer’s camp declared the Filipino ring icon “100 percent” ready to fight Timothy Bradley Jr.

The atmosphere at the Pacquiao camp has lightened up considerably with Roach opening the doors of the Wild Card gym on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) so journalists could watch a sparring session for the first time.

“He’s 100 percent ready to go,” Roach, the Hall-of-Fame trainer, told reporters after the post-lunch workout.

Pacquiao had been sparring behind closed doors for most of the camp in preparation for his third bout with Bradley, scheduled on April 9 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, with assessments on his preparedness coming mostly from Roach and his assistant trainers.

On Saturday, Pacquiao validated the mostly glowing assessment of his readiness, zipping through a pair of sparring sessions where he provided a glimpse of that uncanny mix of speed and power. Whether he can provide it in heavy doses on fight night remains to be seen, but the think-tank at the opposite corner of the welterweight duel is not taking any chances.

“I think [he is] going to be the same physical talent we’ve always seen— very explosive, the same combination of speed and power,” Bradley’s trainer Teddy Atlas told the LA Times. “He’s an uncommon athlete. Speed and power is very rare. That’s still going to be there. And he’s a lefty. He’s not diminished, not used up, not a shot fighter.”

That Pacquiao managed to show off that lethal mix in snippets—he uncorked a four-punch combo against Ghislain Maduma to remind everyone of his ability to cook up flurries on the fly—has at least dispelled concerns over his repaired shoulder.

“That’s no longer a concern,” Roach assured reporters.

The injury to the right shoulder had been blamed for Pacquiao’s loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. last year.

So close is Pacquiao to hitting peak fight-night form that Roach envisions a relatively tame schedule once Team Pacquiao hits Las Vegas on Monday.

Roach has scheduled light runs and workouts for Pacquiao on Tuesday and Wednesday and wants him to take two days off before fight night.

Assistant trainer Buboy Fernandez said they are in the phase of making sure that Bradley won’t catch Pacquiao unawares with a shot.

“We’re focusing on Bradley’s shots he might use to surprise us,” Fernandez told the Inquirer after the boxer’s early-morning workout at Pan Pacific Park.

Pacquiao expects Bradley to engage more with Atlas now at the American’s corner. Atlas also whipped Bradley into shape when the latter scored a ninth-round knockout of Brandon

“The fight will have more action because [Pacquiao vs Bradley] has a new trainer,” Pacquiao said. “I’m sure he’s not going to run much. He’s going to keep coming in.”

Pacquiao vs Bradley 3 full fight video preview: ‘Legacy on the Line’

In case you were unaware, Welterweight standouts Manny #Pacquiao Fight and Timothy Bradley will do battle for the third time inside MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on April 9, 2016.

Which is just one week from this upcoming Saturday. The two standouts headline an HBO Boxing pay-per-view (PPV) card loaded with quality match ups, including a Super Middleweight title fight between division champion Arthur Abraham and top-ranked prospect Gilberto Ramirez. will deliver LIVE “Pacquiao vs. Bradley 3” coverage of the event on fight night, starting with the HBO PPV broadcast at 9 p.m. ET.

The two first fought in 2012, when Pacquiao seemingly cruised to certain victory only to fall victim to some highly-questionable judging. They fought again two years later, with Pacquiao winning a convincing decision over a very game “Desert Storm.”

HBO, recognizing that a rubber match between these two is a hard sell, has released an intriguing look at Bradley’s journey from the ever-maligned first fight to now.

The last two years have seen both men take very different trajectories. Pacquiao followed his revenge with a dominant showing against Chris Algieri, then turned in a tepid performance against Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the so-called “Fight of the Century.” Outside the ring he’s fallen in serious hot water thanks to ill-advised comments toward gay people and a stubborn insistence on digging himself deeper and deeper.

Bradley, meanwhile, has gone 2-0-1 since the loss to Pacquiao, starting with a draw against Diego Chaves that really should have been a Bradley victory. In June 2015, he survived a last-second surge from Jessie Vargas to win the interim WBO title, then took home the full title by forcing the inhumanly-tough Brandon Rios to quit in Nov. 2015.

“Desert Storm,” who began working with veteran trainer Teddy Atlas prior to the Rios bout, had to vacate that title to face Pacquiao.

We’ll have more for you in the coming days. Pacquiao vs Bradley Fight again the fight takes place on April 9, 2016, one day before UFC’s visit to Zagreb, Croatia, so don’t worry about us sacrificing our coverage for that.

Pacquiao Shows readiness vs Bradley, impresses in Training

Pacquiao shows readiness vs Bradley, impresses in training

Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao trains at a gym in General Santos City, on the southern island of Mindanao on October 24, 2013 ahead of his upcoming bout with US boxer Brandon Rios in Macau on November 24. Pacquiao says he is furiously training like a 20-year-old to break a losing streak and re-establish his reputation as one of the world’s best fighters. AFP

HOLLYWOOD—Manny Pacquiao trained so hard Saturday that he sweated profusely, wetting portions of the ring canvas.

“Puro tubig na ang paa ko (My feet is all wet),” Pacquiao told assistant trainers Buboy Fernandez and Nonoy Neri even as he continued to shadow box. He felt so light and energized that when the afternoon workout session was over he declared his readiness to fight Timothy Bradley, affirming the observation of chief trainer Freddie Roach.“Okay naman. Nine rounds of sparring. Ready na tayo sa laban,” Pacquiao told Filipino sportswriters at Wild Card Gym here.

Pacquiao, who’s usually evasive about the status of his personal conditioning, apparently felt that his speed, timing, rhythm and reflexes are back.And, more important, his right shoulder, which sustained a rotator cuff tear on his losing effort against Floyd Mayweather last year, is back in harness 100 percent.

“No problem. Masaya lahat (Everybody happy), specially Freddie,” said Pacquiao, who was clowning around as he winds up Saturday’s training session.”“Pababa na ng training, ready na tayo,” said Pacquiao, who sparred for only nine rounds against Saturday as against the 12 rounds he did Thursday.In one instance he was attacking the ring rope, alternately hitting it with both elbows.

One time, he showed strength and conditioning coach Justin Fortune Muay Thai moves.He even tried punching simultaneously with both hands, one to the head and one to the body.Neri couldn’t help but tell Pacquiao, “Boss you’re already 150 percent.”

Pacquiao smiled and responded. “Huwag mo akong inuuto (Don’t make a fool out of me).Neri, who doubles as Pacquiao’s assistant coach in training camp abroad, later confided that he was just happy with the sudden resurgence of Pacquiao from being sluggish on Friday.

“I’m advising him to listen to his body and slow down sometimes,” Neri said in Filipino. “I told him that he’s no longer a 20-year-old and that he needs to relax when needed.”

Pacquiao knows that, of course.Pacquiao vs Bradley live stream One of his favorite training shirts before carries the message: Manny Knows.

Pacquiao Vs Bradley Undercard Quotes

Pacquiao Vs Bradley Undercard Quotes

Undefeated contenders Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, Óscar Valdez, Jose Ramirez, Evgeny Gradovich and Bob Arum hosted a Los Angeles Media Workout on Tuesday at Fortune Gym. The fighters worked out and discussed their upcoming championship fights on the Manny Pacquiao – Timothy Bradley NoTrump pay-per-view undercard


“This is my time. I have a lot of respect for Arthur Abraham. Pacquiao Fight He’s a great champion. I know he’s working hard in training camp as am I. It’s going to be a great fight. I have to be smart in this fight. We are working on keeping the pressure on Abraham by throwing high volumes of punches and staying on top of him. I’m going to be a second skin on him. I feel a great sense of history fighting to become Mexico’s first super middleweight champion. It is a great honor representing my country in this fight. All I am thinking about is April 9. Looking past this fight is meaningless. The future is now.”


“My vast amateur background has prepared me to adapt to many different boxing styles. Gradovich is a breakthrough opportunity for me professionally. A victory over him is a big step that will lead me to a world title shot. I’m not feeling any pressure. I want this fight. I have trained my whole life for this fight. I stand up for The President but Donald Trump doesn’t deserve my respect.”


“I have I lived and breathed this fight since training camp began. It’s all I have thought of. I’m an old school Mexican-style fighter. I love Julio César Chávez, Juan Manuel Márquez, Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales. I know everyone thinks Valdez is the future star of boxing but I love this sport too much to allow him to beat me and move me down. I’m going to start fast and keep my foot on the gas pedal.”


“It’s a dream come true fighting on a card headlined by a fight between Manny Pacquiao and Tim Bradley. Millions of people around the world will be watching us fight. It’s what I have dreamed of since I first entered a gym as a boy. The fans from the Central Valley have been very loyal to me and I am very loyal to them. I am proud to represent our common causes that mean so much to the farmers, specifically water issues. I used to be a picker. I picked peppers. I want to help bring a tomorrow to the farmers and their families. Everyone counts. I am honored to be a voice for them. They are not alone. I am a first generation American. I was proud to represent the U.S. in the Olympics because of the ideals that are the foundation of this country. Donald Trump lacks the education to understand this and why those ideals make our country is so. I want to show and share the lesson that you can succeed.”


“All these fighters here today need to win and win impressively. They do that and the sky is the limit for them. Zurdo’s skill set and size give him an advantage over Abraham who is a strong, tough fighter. I am very proud of this NoTrump undercard and everything it symbolizes.” Pacquiao vs Bradley Live Click Here.

Pacquiao banned from LA shopping mall for anti-gay sentiment

Pacquiao banned from LA shopping mall for anti-gay sentiment

Filipino boxer Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao (C) is escorted by bodyguards as he arrives at Los Angeles International Airport to prepare for his upcoming fight against Timothy Bradley, in Los Angeles on March 12, 2016.Pacquiao will fight Bradley in Las Vegas on April 9th. / AFP / Mark Ralston

Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao Fight was banned anew from a shopping mall in Los Angeles for his anti-gay comments, though this was not the first time it had happened.

Pacquiao arrived in LA this week to continue his training for his April 9 bout against Timothy Bradley. He took a break from his training at the Wild Card Gym to catch a movie at The Grove with his entourage according to a report from TMZ.

Later on, the Grove owner Rick Caruso told the celebrity news website that Pacquiao is “no longer welcome” at the shopping center because of  his “hatred” towards the LGBT community.

“A lot of people from the gay community come to The Grove and they have a right not to feel uncomfortable,” Caruso also said.

Back in 2012, The Grove also banned Pacquiao for similar comments but later rescinded it believing that Pacquiao had been misquoted.

But last month, Pacquiao’s remarks implying gays are “worse than animals” drew outrage, causing global brands like Nike to sever its ties with the boxing

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Pacquiao vs. Bradley 3: Freddie Roach Admits Pacquiao is ‘Not The Same Guy’ Who Fought Ricky Hatton

Pacquiao vs. Bradley 3: Freddie Roach Admits Pacquiao is 'Not The Same Guy' Who Fought Ricky Hatton

Famed trainer Freddie Roach says eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao is “not the same guy” that fought and knocked out Ricky Hatton in 2009.”Pacman” scored a one-punch stoppage in the second round of their fight, which to this day remains to be one of the most emphatic finishes in recent boxing history. Pacquiao is now 37-years old and fighting his 66th and supposed final fight against Timothy Bradley on April 9th in Las Vegas.

In an interview with Steve Kim for Pacquiao Fight & Boxingscene, Roach admitted that his most prized ward is beginning to show the effects of aging.

“It’s pretty much the same but he has slowed down a little bit – I will honestly say that. He’s not the same guy who fought Ricky Hatton, right now,” Roach said. “Of course, he’s getting older and so forth but he’s still very, very capable.”

Pacquiao and his team are already in Los Angeles, training in Roach’s Wild Card Gym in West Hollywood. As far as his progress in training goes, Roach says they are in great shape, describing their Saturday sparring session as Pacquiao’s “best day yet.”

Roach also commended Pacquiao’s work ethic, noting how “everything else goes away” whenever the Filipino boxing icon walked in the gym.

Pacquiao had repeatedly declared in past interviews that his rubber match against Bradley would indeed be his final ring appearance after a 20-year professional career. After which, he will be concentrating on being a full-time politician in his home country of the Philippines.

Pacquiao will be running for Senator in the 2016 Philippine Elections, which is set to take place on May 9th.

But despite these statements, Roach believes Pacquiao will not be able to let go of his life as a professional

(Manny) says no, he’s running for Senator and it might be too much to do both,” Roach said when asked if he thinks Pacquiao would indeed be retiring. “But I feel he will fight again, yes.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley 2016: What’s Next For Both Fighters? Retirement, Politics Cloud Next Fight

Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley 2016: What's Next For Both Fighters? Retirement, Politics Cloud Next Fight

Manny Pacquiao might be rethinking his decision to retire after his April 9 fight with Timothy Bradley.

Manny Pacquiao’s fight with Timothy Bradley on April 9 has been billed as his last, since the boxer has made it clear that he plans to move on from the sport and pursue a career in politics. But recent developments could have Pacquiao rethinking his decision to call it a career.

Pacquiao was elected to the Philippine House of Representatives in 2007, and he became a congressman in 2010. Now, he’s running for the senate in his native Philippines, but there’s no guarantee he will win the race. The latest polls show that Pacquiao is no longer projected to win a senate seat, according to reports.There’s been speculation that Pacquiao’s poor performance in the polls could be related to his most recent controversy. Pacquiao caused a stir when he made anti-gay comments, and reiterated his feelings after apologizing for his statements. There’s no evidence that Pacquiao’s comments and his position in the polls are directly linked, but they have occurred within the same time frame.

Whatever the reason for Pacquiao’s senate seat being in jeopardy, it does raise the idea of the welterweight potentially foregoing his planned retirement. When Pacquiao was asked in January how losing the election would affect his boxing career, he seemed less sure about his decision to retire.“I don’t know,” Pacquiao said at a press conference. “At that time, God willing, I’ll be a senator in the Philippines and I’ll ask the people of the Philippines if they’ll allow it. My attention and focus is to serve the people. I’ll ask the people if they agree to that.”

There are still plenty of reasons for Pacquiao to retire, even if he doesn’t become a senator. He’s taken plenty of punishment over the years, having 65 fights since he turned pro in 1995. Having won titles in eight different weight classes, there isn’t much more for Pacquiao to accomplish.

A potential rematch with Floyd Mayweather would be the biggest incentive for Pacquiao to return to the ring after his April 9 fight. Last year’s bout with Mayweather earned Pacquiao more than $100 million, and even though a rematch wouldn’t generate as much interest, it would still offer Pacquiao a major payday. Pacquiao has defeated most of the great fighters of his era, but he was unable to beat Mayweather, whom he’s been compared to for much of his career.

Even if Mayweather is open to another fight with Pacquiao, which doesn’t seem to be the case, the rematch would only happen if Pacquiao has a dominant performance against Bradley. The boxers split their first two meetings, though most experts have concluded that Pacquiao should have been named the winner in both fights.There are plenty of questions surrounding Bradley’s future, as well. Bradley retained the WBO welterweight title (which he recently vacated) with a dominant win over Brandon Rios in November, and has his eyes set on winning titles for weight classes at which he still hasn’t fought.

“I want to win another world championship at 147 and at 154 and then I’d even go to 160 for the right type of fight. I’d even fight Gennady Golovkin,” Bradley told in June. “I’m willing to face the best fighters out of there. I’m chasing the Hall of Fame. I want the best guys on my resume.” But Bradley has also contemplated retirement. His contract with Top Rank expires in 2017, and that might mean he will consider hanging up his gloves sooner rather than later. Bradley’s wife, who also serves as his manager, has stated that she would like him to

“I think about it,” Bradley told in June. “My wife and I sit down with a goal in mind of when I will possibly hang ’em up, after I finish my contract with Top Rank. Things change and goals change along the way. Things happen.”Considering there is so much uncertainty surrounding what’s next for Pacquiao vs Bradley, a lot is at stake in their April 9 fight & More News And Updates Stay With Us.

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Many fans were disappointment with Manny Pacquiao’s performance during his fight with Floyd Mayweather. They are so angry for paying to watch Pacquiao but get total disappointment in return. But his next fight against Timothy Bradley would be his very last, he wants to be the senate of the Philippines and quit boxing.

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It has been nearly nine months after he failed to knock out Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the most lucrative fight in all boxing history, Pacquiao is back to promote his grand finale. His camp insists Pacquiao has already recovered from shoulder surgery to repair the rotator cuff injury that affected him in his bout against Mayweather, and he should be ready for a full training camp with Freddie Roach.

Although this is his third fight with Bradley, he is sure that this fight is going to be different. Bradley had been training a lot since then, and he sure has developed into one strong fighter, Strong enough to earn Pacquiao’s last fight. This match is promoted by Bob Arum, who framed it as Pacquiao’s decision to pick Bradley, whom he formerly fought in 2012 and 2014, out of a stage that features Terence Crawford and Amir Khan.Pacquiao, though, said on Tuesday that Arum was only partly correct. He said that the promoter asked him about fighting Bradley and he replied that it was no problem. So in this case, Pacquiao implied that he was actually agreeing on Arum’s suggestion.

Do you think the match would be boring? That I suggest you to throw that one thought out and collect Pacquiao’s tickets now! Pacquiao has declared that he will give his all into his final fight, before he finally hang those boxing gloves up and start working for Filipino people. He has been consulting with a surgeon about his recent shoulder injury and it seems that it poses no problem anymore.

“[Mayweather] retired already, so I’m going to retire also after this fight,” said Pacquiao. “I never regret. In fact, I thought I won the fight. A lot of people, my fans, believe I won the fight. … I know [it’s time to retire] because after this, I have another big responsibility in the Philippines, which is serving the people. My family wanted me to retire before I fought Mayweather. I started this boxing just to help my mother, and I’ll end my boxing career to help the country.” Those are words left by Pacquiao during his interview for his upcoming match.


Pacquiao fight with Bradley on April 9 2016 at MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas Nevada

Pacquiao fight: Who doesn’t know about Manny Pacquiao? This 1978 Filipino world champion professional boxers the first and only eight-division world champion,in which he has won ten world titles, as well as the first to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes. He is currently ranked number seven on the Ring and the longest reigning top-10 on the pound-for-pound list. But recently there has been some issue about his last match against Mayweather.
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This is because the result was vague so it was largely criticized by many of the fans and celebrities who witnessed the fight, expressing their disappointment of what had been billed as the “Fight of the Century”. The fight was not like what it’s expected to be, mostly on the performance of Mayweather’s over defense-oriented strategy, with Pacquiao literally chasing him around the ring trying to connect his punches. Although Pacquiao himself thought that he had won the fight, but the judges and other media scores to Mayweather. Of course, other reporters and fellow fighters, on closer inspection of the fight, stated that the rounds should have been scored much closer, or that Pacquiao should have won via a small edge.

But Pacquiao’s upcoming fight with Bradley would be his grand finale. He would quit boxing and start working as a senate for the Philippines. On April 9 2016 at MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas Nevada, he will have his third match against Bradley. Some sources states that Manny Pacquiao is expected to earn guaranteed $20 million from Bradley second rematch in April 2016. While Timothy Bradley will be taking home $6 million from his third showdown with Pacquiao.Not many people excited about this fight as Manny Pacquiao clearly outboxed Bradley in the first two meetings although first one was controversially awarded to Bradley.

For this final dance, Pacquiao wants to be remembered as a winner. “To prove that I can still fight until the end,” said Pacquiao as he thanked Tim Bradley for being a part of history. Pacquiao believesthat Bradley is different than before. He moved a lot, Pacquiao saw that in his last fight (against Brandon Rios). Pacquiaoalso believes that both of them could make a lot of boxing in the ring. Although didn’t shedany tear, Pacquiao turned melancholic in his closing statement.“Maybe this is our last time to see each other,” Pacquiao said to all media present.” I’m giving thanks for all your support.” Pacquiao Fight Lover stay with us for more update info about Manny Pacquiao fight with Bradley