Pacquiao Feels 25 Years Younger; Roach Thinks Bradley is Slow
Coach Freddie Roach still believes that Timothy Bradley is slow in punching despite his peak training performance nearing to a closure. Bradley will finally meet the pound-per-per king in an epic showdown. The Bradley vs Pacquiao fight is the most anticipated fight of the year that will surely overshadow Mayweather’s fight with Cotto.
Despite Pacquiao’s lack luster performance late last year with Marquez, his detractors still criticize him and favor Bradley. Roach is still confident that Pacquiao will remain strong in his upcoming fight.
According to an interview done by ESPM, Roach told reporters that Pacquiao has lot of confidence and he knows that he needs to prove something to show to his fans that the old Manny Pacquiao is still fighting.
Bradley who already holds both WBC and WBO light-welterweight crowns has already beaten top performers in the sport of boxing making him the top contender for Manny Pacquiao.
In other news, Pacquiao who is training at the Wild Card Gym is smiling and he feels like he is at his prime age of 25. “I’m still thinking I’m 25, 26 years old,” said Pacquiao who is actually 33 and turning 34 by the end of this year.
Pacquiao who is training diligently at the Wild Card Gym is poise in a relax manner and is determined to woo back those critics who are unimpressed by his performance with Marquez.
Roach believes that a knockout will possibly come, and Bradley falling flat on the 3rd round is likely going to happen. On Arum’s side of the tape, ticket sales are selling like pancakes and are rolling in as high as the roof. With 16,000 tickets, only 1,500 tickets are left for the much awaited Pacquiao vs Bradley fight.