Timothy Bradley talks extensively about his loss to Pacquiao
May 19 2014 9:11 PM
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Tim Bradley won the Ali-Frazier award for Fight of the Year 2013 for the war he held against Ruslan Provodnikov. The Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) honored him in May 1st of 2014.

We got a chance to talk to Bradley about this and his last fight against Manny Pacquiao  to whom he lost on April 12, 2014.

Bradley has no regrets of his performance and says that even though he lost, he won the admiration and respect of the fans and that is very valuable to him.

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The Shadow says:

Hey, why don't you guys ask Tim Bradley to do some broadcasting for the Boxing Channel?

He's looking to get into broadcasting, he probably comes cheap, if not free, and he has a chance to be seen while he rehabilitates his injury.

He actually has a decent look, presence and energy for broadcasting. He's also well spoken and genuine. He's a few hours from Vegas, few hours from the gyms, he could get some good interviews with other fighters…I think he'd be down!

I know this much — he's legitimately looking to learn. Give the boy an internship! Who knows, he might appeal to the younger audience as well as the upscale African-American audience that's totally missing from the boxing demos?

With his tenacity and drive, I have no doubt he'd be great if he puts his mind to it.

Dino? Al? Mike?

Btw, I really like Marcos' work, he has a nice look, looks great on camera also, super smile, good questions, and he resonates well with subjects and audiences alike, I think.

Radam G says:

Bradley already has an international broadcasting gig with “The Colonel.” Bradley has been broadcasting bouts internationally for a few years now. Holla!

The Shadow says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;53316]Bradley already has an international broadcasting gig with “The Colonel.” Bradley has been broadcasting bouts internationally for a few years now. Holla![/QUOTE]

Yes, that's what I heard! Never heard him on a telecast, though. I think he'd be a much better fit in an interviewing role. There are only so many commentating slots and Andre Ward seems to be the next guy. Unless he does well and they can bring him on ESPN or something?

amayseng says:

i don't know would he? He can't even answer a question.

This interview proves it