Bob Arum Top Rank Promotion ‘Pacquiao vs Bradley 3’ Manny Pacquiao full fight schedule Saturday, April 9 at 3 p.m. ET replay, results, highlights and recap available right here @spikedaily.com.
Since last fight 2014 Official scorecards: 116-112, 118-110. Pacquiao vs Bradley3 perform great performances to defend their boxing title career and the retirement fight on Pacquiao Philippines.
Manny Pacquiao called this ‘the retirement fight‘, signature as “8 Round Division” to lead the upcoming ‘PacquiaoBradley3’ 2016 main event @ MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Don’t miss this last historic full fight stands of Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao 8 time divisions one of the greatest historic fighter in Philippine boxing career, from a simple man to become greatest man with a heart.
Vacant WBO International Welterweight Title: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley in 3rd time, The storm boxer and the 8 division Philippine boxer Pacman being proud to be a Filipino. Hero boxer who bring the Philippines Pride Manny Pacquiao and other toughest fighter like Nonito Donaire, Donnie Ahas Nietes, Mark Magsayo, Pagara Brothers ready to fight as ALA Boxer Promotion discover in Philippines.
Now Pacquiao, 37 years old, has a legacy to fight for. He’s looking at this potentially being his last fight should he get elected in the political realm, and if not, he might want to ensure he wins on the chance he can lure Mayweather out of retirement.
Pacquiao has responded to a loss well in the past, going on a three-fight streak after the knockout at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez. This time he has even more to fight for, regardless of whether this is goodbye.
OFFICIAL MAIN EVENT FIGHTERS
WBO International Welterweight Title
Also on the PPV broadcast will be three title fights. The main feature is Arthur Abraham vs. Gilberto Ramirez, but I’m most excited for Evgeny Gradovich vs. Oscar Valdez.
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PACQUIAO vs. BRADLEY III RESULTS:
Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2; 38 KO) vs. Timothy Bradley (33-1-1; 13 KO)
Welterweight (147 lbs)
—- Manny Pacquiao def. Timothy Bradley, Unanimous Decision 116-110 x 3
Arthur Abraham (44-4; 29 KO) vs. Gilberto Ramirez (33-0; 24 KO)
Super Middleweight (168 lbs)
— Gilberto Ramirez def. Arthur Abraham, Unanimous Decision, 120-108 x 3
— Oscar Valdez def. Evgeny Gradovich, KO R4 2:14
— Jose Ramirez def. Manny Perez, Unanimous Decision 97-93, 98-92, 99-91
MANNY PACQUIAO vs. TIMOTHY BRADLEY ROUND BY ROUND COVERAGE
Round 1: Quiet feeling out round to start things off here, which is probably good for Bradley. Nothing high paced here, and not a lot of clean shots landed from either man. Pacquiao did land a nice left hand at one point, plus a few more shots, so he edges out the round, but there was not a lot to go on. 10-9 Pac
Round 2: Pacquiao starts the round coming in with more aggression, but Bradley does a nice job countering those early shots. As the round wound down, Bradley started to leave himself too open though, with Pacquiao getting a nice few shots in at the end and likely stealing the round. 10-9 Pac
Round 3: Similar pace to this round, with both men continuing the technical chess-match style of fight. Pacquiao does not seem to be throwing all that much here, and this time, Bradley manages to get a few clean shots in there. Pac favors his shoulder at one point – watch to see if that plays a factor as the fight goes on. 10-9 Bradley
Round 4: Pace picks up here with a few faster exchanges. Bradley lands a nice clean shot at the end of the round, but the best punch goes to Pacquiao, who hits a clean right 2 minutes in that seems to stagger Bradley for just a second. That punch is enough to steal him the round. 10-9 Pac
Round 5: Very good round here, as the pace again picks up. The two men start throwing big shots here, with Bradley getting into his more wild firefight style. It works well for him for 2 minutes, including a very good uppercut that is his best punch of the night so far. But Pacquiao comes back hard in the last minute with a big flurry that lands and probably earns him the round. 10-9 Pac
Round 6: The pace is high here with a lot of movement, but there’s very little actual punching going on in this round. Lots of feints from both men lead to a low output round, and, like the first, a tough round to score. Bradley lands a few more shots, so that should give it to him, but it’s very close. 10-9 Bradley
Round 7: Close round until the final 30 seconds, at which point a tight inside hook from Pacquiao catches Bradley, he stumbles, his glove touches the mat, and that’s a knockdown. 10-8 Pac
Round 8: Pacquiao comes out moving quickly and confidently, controlling the action at first. But in the last minutes, Bradley lands some shots that hurt Pacquiao and send him into the ropes. Bradley follows up with a great rally and Pacquiao is hurt against the ropes. He clinches to slow things down, but he was hurt there. Probably Bradley’s best round in all 3 fights. 10-9 Bradley
Round 9: Bradley comes out aggressive and determined, initiating big exchanges which he is winning. It looks like he’s on his way to a win in the round, when Pacquiao lands a counter left that wobbles Bradley, sees he’s hurt, then follows up with a hard left that puts him down. Bradley gets off the canvas, but does not seem to be back in it. 10-8 Pac
Round 10: Bradley has his moments in this round, which is impressive considering how the last round went, but it’s not enough. Pacquiao uses angles very well here to get in, land the shot, and get out, leaving Bradley swinging wildly on a number of occasions. 10-9 Pac
Round 11: Pretty quiet round for Pacquiao here, who seems to have put things on to cruise control for the final rounds, as he has done at times in the past. Bradley continues to push himself, and while he doesn’t land anything to hurt Pacquiao, he lands some clean shots – enough for him to take this one. 10-9 Bradley
Round 12: Bradley needs a KO, and he comes out fighting like it. He spends much of the round trying to set up the big KO shot, while Pac spends the majority of it circling away and avoiding exchanges, confident in his win. In the final seconds, Pac ups the aggression, and the end the fight throwing away. 10-9 Bradley.
FINAL RESULT: The welterweights faced off for the third time in the main event from the MGM Grand Saturday night. Pacquiao ended his career with a win via unanimous decision over Bradley.
Pacquiao landed 112 of 439 punches (28%) compared to 99 of 302 (33%) for Bradley according to CompuBox. The most telling number is Bradley’s average punches thrown per round. It was 25 tonight – down from 52 in the second fight and 70 in the first.
Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 3 April 9, Saturday 2016
Two fighters who will be on the April 9 pay-per-view telecast in scheduled 10-rounders are two of Top Rank’s best prospects, featherweight and two-time Mexican Olympian Oscar Valdez (18-0, 16 KOs) and junior welterweight and 2012 U.S. Olympian Jose Ramirez (16-0, 12 KOs), a Mexican-American from Avenal, California.
PACQUIAO VS BRADLEY 3 UNDERCARD RESULT
WBO World Super Middleweight Title: Arthur Abraham vs. Gilberto Ramirez Full Fight
Boxing Full Fight Result and Recap: Gilberto Ramirez def. Arthur Abraham, Unanimous Decision, 120-108 x 3
WBO/NABO Featherweight Title: Oscar Valdez vs. Evgeny Gradovich Full Fight (168lbs)
Boxing Full Fight Result and Recap: Oscar Valdez def. Evgeny Gradovich, KO R4 2:14
WBC Continental Americas Junior Welterweight: Jose Ramirez vs. Manuel Perez Full Fight
Ramirez (16-0, 12 KOs), of Avenal, California vs. Perez (25-11-1, 6 KOs) of Denver
Boxing Full Fight Result and Recap – Jose Ramirez def. Manny Perez, Unanimous Decision 97-93, 98-92, 99-91