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Pacquiao vs. Bradley rematch is few more days away from happening once again. Thousand fans are intriguingly awaiting for this big rematch between former pound for pound king Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and current World Boxing Organization (WBO) Welterweight claimant Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley. The Pacquiao-Bradley 2 is staging anew at the crime scene where it first happens, MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, April 12, 2014.

Now, the big question is why you should watch Pacquiao-Bradley rematch this time around? It’s been more than 18 months since Timothy Bradley won the WBO welterweight belt from Manny Pacquiao in one of the boxing’s buzzing results. Now, the two pugilists are ready to settle their 2012 controversial matchup once and for all.

Check the Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley head-to-toe breakdown below for the April 12 PacBradley 2 shodown in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Timothy Bradley

Manny Pacquiao


31-0,12 KO

55-5-2,38 KO








146 (Last Fight)

145 (Last Fight)











Cathedral City, California

Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines

Last fight

UD 12 Juan Manuel Marquez (10/12/13)

UD 12 Brandon Rios (11/24/13)



Manny Pacquiao

The Filipino Icon suffered a devastating 2012 with a consecutive losses including the hotly discussed loss to split decision loss to Bradley in June and the shocking knockout loss to his big rival Juan Manuel Marquez in December. Pacquiao was knockout by Marquez in the last seconds of 6th round in their fourth meeting. It was a total disappointing part of Pacquiao’s career.

Pacman returns to the ring in late of 2013 to face Brandon Rios in Macau. He showcases his ring prowess, techniques and speed in a 12-round unanimous decision victory against the American boxer. Now, Pacquiao is looking for a measure of revenge in this fight.

Can Pacquiao avenge his loss and prove he has still space in boxing?

Timothy Bradley

Back in June, 2012, the unbeaten Timothy Bradley was totally guilty of not showing-off his dominance to the fight against Pacman. Well, after recovering from the said fight. He has successfully defended the belt from two challengers in 2013.

Bradley nearly survived the brutal brawl against Russian’s Ruslan Provodnikov in March and facing Pacman’s great foe Juan Manuel Marquez was different story. Bradley simply outpointed an out formed Marquez during their matchup.

The Desert Storm has simply gain some respects from its last two fights and seeking to carve his name as of the boxer’s of this generation.

Will Bradley beat Pacquiao this time around convincingly?

The Pacquaio-Bradley 2 fight time starts at 9PM ET/6 PM PT with exciting lineup of preliminary undercards and stacked pay-per-view fight cards that surely entertain its fans and non – fans. That’s why we should watch Pacquiao vs. Bradley live TV broadcast even you are kinda not a huge boxing fans due to its popularity on that day.

Call your cable/satellite providers for the schedule of the said boxing match and the same time you may also spend some dollars for the ultimate PPV listings still available online. Enjoy everyone!