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Posted: 2/8/2012 1:23:22 PM
Since the the beginning of 2012, I had maybe several opinion requests on threads and also on inbox. I cleared my inbox and I had not returned an answer to maybe 3 or 4 people (actually, they were either new to me but old site members, or friends PM). I had get a few mixed up with other sites. I hope the fight did not occur or if so, I had no opinion or was wrong.
Which even members it was, my apologies as I noticed my stat sheet had 5 unanswered opinions for fights I didn't get to.
Please re-submit if they are still relevant fights yet to occur, and also please just post so I will make sure to note down on my friends lists for all sites to whom I send opinions as well as an experienced groups thoughts and ratings for each match.
Again, my apologies as anyone who has asked through threads or friend PM can assure you I have responded with an accurate amount of information. Sometimes I get two new people ask the same thing on different sites, and I respond to one and forget the other on rare occasions.
Thanks for your understanding.

On another note: I'm sure comments have been made, I just haven't read them. Funny Mayweather had no time to get prepared for a fight with jail-time. I posted he knew his timing, sentencing, etc... not that he decided to go to jail to avoid Manny, but his agreement to fight that day was irrelevant as he knew he would never have to. All the people believing Mayweather really wants the fight and had bad luck, now see he is fighting the same day, just someone else. They can save all the rhetoric, bottom-line is somehow he just seems to have difficulty coming to terms (with himself... although I think he would win).
A very good thing did happen... Bradley vs Pacquiao will happen and action junkies will love this fight!
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Posted: 2/8/2012 4:38:30 PM
Who do you like? If Pacquiao fights like his last fight I think Bradley could win.
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Posted: 2/9/2012 6:59:16 AM
Problem is Bradley is a small guy too, but no power. He stepped up early 2009 for Holt. Then he fought Campbell hitting him with everything and didn't even phase Campbell until headbutt. The only fighter he fought was Devon who lacks serious fundamentals and stamina work ethic. I went to the Jones-Trinidad fight to see the hyped Devon in 2008 to see if he was the real deal. He fought Chop-Chop (Corley) and winning rounds on athleticism. Even with all the flash he couldn't slow down Corley. I doubt I will talk much more regarding this until May, but his work ethic and stamina should he go the distance will only make it take serious fight years from his career. I always though Bradley was an over-achiever and just outworked and out-headbutted opponents.
Bradley will be ultra-cautious in training because he can't improve much, and won't risk a payday and a shot to beat Manny.
Manny might have to play possum early to get Bradley to trade and pursue. It is rare to see it, but it might work. I think even if Bradley takes a 12 round beating and ends his career, at least he got the shot he wanted and worked hard for it every fight!
Barring some strange incident, Manny takes it before 8 Rounds! Bradley had all the physical disadvantages, and his jab will cause him problems as he pumps it he better not assume that the straight left Manny has with the speed and power is anything like his last to opponents were southpaws and will only give him confidence where he is incompetent. I always wanted Bradley to fight someone else before Manny, hoping to get even money and bet against him with the right opponent, but oh well! Nice career move as long as he doesn't get permanently injured!
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