Frank Lotierzo Talks Tim Bradley Retirement – This past Saturday night veteran two weight class world champion Tim “Desert Storm” Bradley was part of Top Rank’s broadcast team bringing you the Vasyl Lomachenko vs Miguel Marriaga fight on ESPN.
After the broadcast the always well spoken Bradley took a moment to announce his retirement from boxing. Bradley had not fought since his trilogy-closing fight with Manny Pacquiao in April of 2016 but the announcement came as a bit of a surprise.
Bradley leaves the sport with a 33-2-1 overall record, with his only career losses coming at the hands of Pacquiao. Bradley held world titles at 140 and 147 pounds and his list of vanquished opponents inlude Paquiao, Ruslan Provodnikov, Juan Manuel Marquez, Jessie Vargas and Devon Alexander among others.
Frank Lotierzo Talks Tim Bradley Retirement
In this latest TBC segment our veteran analyst Frank Lotierzo looks back at the career of Tim “Desert Storm” Bradley.
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