BANE FOR PACQUIAO - This Floyd Mayweather- liked bobbling
of Tim Bradley negated a lot of power punches from the left hand of
Manny Pacquiao in their 2012 welterweight diadem match the latter lost.
By MORTZ C. ORTIGOZA
Of all the marquee opponents that clashed with Manny Pacquiao, Tim Bradley has been a tough customer to crack. Why? He was liked an eel that Manny has been frantically missing to hit big time in their 2012 outing.
Every time Manny threw his right jab or right lead, Tim, in a side way position, ducks ala Floyd Mayweather at the left side of Pacquiao thus neutralizing Manny’s money left killer straight and hook that just flew above the back of the 30 years old Palm Spring, California native.
Every time Manny, 35, used his right feint to bait Bradley to open up to his (Pacquiao) smashing left punch, Tim avoided it by turning away clockwise (just like Juan Manuel Marquez) or in a retreating fashion (just like those communists who were chased recently with stones by the Muslims in Mendiola) from Manny’s left hand.
What should the Filipino pug do to negate the eel- liked strategy of the American?