PACQUIAO WILL HAVE TO BE MEANER AGAINST BRADLEY THAN HE'S BEEN IN THE PAST

Much has been said about Manny Pacquaio being a nice guy in and out of the ring. Even when his opponents have gotten rough and used illegal tactics against him, he has never been one to retaliate back. A prime example of this was back in 2001 in his fight against Agapito Sanchez. Sanchez hit Pacquiao with low blows numerous times in that fight and even got two points taken away because of it. He also led with his head on more than one occasion as well causing a gash to open up over Pacquiao’s right eye in the second round. The fight ended up being stopped in the sixth round and was ruled a technical draw after going to the scorecards. Sanchez appeared to be intentionally fouling Pacquiao throughout the whole fight. Pacquiao not once ever retaliated back even when his corner advised him too. Trainer Freddie Roach has said himself that sometimes Manny is just too nice.

One person who is not going to be nice once the bell rings on June 9 is Pacquiao’s upcoming opponent: Tim Bradley. Bradley has been accused on more than one occasion of using questionable tactics in the ring, particularly with his head. Bradley is no stranger to head butts, as they have happened many times in his fights before. It’s really hard to say for sure that he does it intentionally, but he doesn’t go out of his way to make sure that it doesn’t happen either. Bradley occasionally throws a wild overhand right over the top and whatever comes along with it albeit his head or an elbow so be it. If you’re in his path you’re bound to get hit with one or the other and Pacquiao won’t be an exception.

Given Bradley’s style and the tendency for him to fight in close quarters for a great portion of the fight, it’s hard to imagine that heads won’t clash in this fight. The probability is even higher because of the fact that Bradley is an orthodox fighter and Pacquaio is a southpaw. The chance of head butts occurring in this fight seem inevitable.

Even though Bradley has been smiling a lot lately at press appearances, you can rest assured that he won’t be smiling in the ring on June 9. Pacquaio needs to realize this, and he should be expecting and preparing for a rough and tough, ugly fight. He can’t show Bradley any mercy in this fight like he has been known to do in the past with other opponents because anything can happen. That same gash that was busted open in the Marquez fight could get busted open again in this fight.

Pacquiao needs to make sure that “Mr. Nice Guy” stays home for this one and make sure that the “Destroyer” shows up because if not, it could end up being a long night.

Much has been said about Manny Pacquaio being a nice guy in and out of the ring. Even when his opponents have gotten rough and used illegal tactics against him, he has never been one to retaliate back. A prime example of this was back in 2001 in his fight against Agapito Sanchez. Sanchez hit Pacquiao with low blows numerous times in that fight and even got two points taken away because of it. He also led with his head on more than one occasion as well causing a gash to open up over Pacquiao’s right eye in the second round. The fight ended up being stopped in the sixth round and was ruled a technical draw after going to the scorecards. Sanchez appeared to be intentionally fouling Pacquiao throughout the whole fight. Pacquiao not once ever retaliated back even when his corner advised him too. Trainer Freddie Roach has said himself that sometimes Manny is just too nice.

One person who is not going to be nice once the bell rings on June 9 is Pacquiao’s upcoming opponent: Tim Bradley. Bradley has been accused on more than one occasion of using questionable tactics in the ring, particularly with his head. Bradley is no stranger to head butts, as they have happened many times in his fights before. It’s really hard to say for sure that he does it intentionally, but he doesn’t go out of his way to make sure that it doesn’t happen either. Bradley occasionally throws a wild overhand right over the top and whatever comes along with it albeit his head or an elbow so be it. If you’re in his path you’re bound to get hit with one or the other and Pacquiao won’t be an exception.

Given Bradley’s style and the tendency for him to fight in close quarters for a great portion of the fight, it’s hard to imagine that heads won’t clash in this fight. The probability is even higher because of the fact that Bradley is an orthodox fighter and Pacquaio is a southpaw. The chance of head butts occurring in this fight seem inevitable.

Even though Bradley has been smiling a lot lately at press appearances, you can rest assured that he won’t be smiling in the ring on June 9. Pacquaio needs to realize this, and he should be expecting and preparing for a rough and tough, ugly fight. He can’t show Bradley any mercy in this fight like he has been known to do in the past with other opponents because anything can happen. That same gash that was busted open in the Marquez fight could get busted open again in this fight.

Pacquiao needs to make sure that “Mr. Nice Guy” stays home for this one and make sure that the “Destroyer” shows up because if not, it could end up being a long night.

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