ESPN commentator and former two-division world champ Timothy Bradley laid bare his sole on ESPN's comeback boxing card last Tuesday night. In the mighty shadow cast by the "Black Lives Matter" protest movement, the respected fighter recounted an experience from his personal life that highlights the problem of racial profiling
Fielding questions from media prior to Saturday's Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight mega-fight rematch in Las Vegas, ESPN commentator and former world champ Tim Bradley was asked about a variety of issues, including who should be the next opponent of future first ballot Hall of Famer, Manny Pacquiao. "Pacquiao, if he's gonna
Lost in the rush to hand out year-end awards and “best of 2019” recognition was, perhaps, the biggest and most obvious “best of” of the year—the story of Manny Pacquiao. More precisely, 2019 was the year that the Filipino Icon achieved the most unlikely of accomplishments— he reestablish himself as an elite-level world class fighter.
Garcia Garcia Battle lines had been drawn long ago, but former two-division world champ Timothy Bradley appears to have made things even more heated between rival boxing factions Top Rank Promotions and Premier Boxing Champions (PBC). Last Saturday night, after WBO welterweight champ Terence Crawford stopped challenger Egidijus Kavaliauskas in the main event