Tim Bradley: Greatest Warrior of this Generation.

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  1. tinman

    tinman Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Wtf? Morales, Barrera and Pacquiao all had much bigger and better wars.
     
  2. The Man

    The Man Member Full Member

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    All ham n eggers compared to Anthony The Man Mundine
     
  3. ElCyclon

    ElCyclon Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    There's still pacturds around here?:huh

    Edit: (Pactar_ds is not allowed but pacturds is:lol:)
     
  4. Flexb

    Flexb Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    :nono:

    Don't you dare put them in same sentence.
     
  5. dannyc1990

    dannyc1990 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Im a fan of floyd more so than pacquiao but pacquiao has to take it for me, been in some incredible fights. Tim defo is up there, he has some incredible will and heart. I remember watching him v provodnikov and I thought it was over after round 2, looked like only a matter of time. Still no idea how he was able to win that fight.
     
  6. SOUTHERMOST

    SOUTHERMOST Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Excuse me he did not survive they saved him.
     
  7. Caper

    Caper How about a fair shake? Full Member

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    Aside from the obvious flaws and kinks he's a true gladiator and an awesome athlete. He's a true compliment to the sport no doubt.
     
  8. Boxmaster

    Boxmaster Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    He is still in his prime. He's only 31.
     
  9. newby johnson

    newby johnson Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Agreed.

    Its between him and Margarito. Neither guy ever quit, I thought Bradley kind of got a bit downhearted in the first Pac fight at some point, still, I think he's gone through the worst without quitting.
     
  10. The Mongoose

    The Mongoose I honor my bets booted

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    I'm a huge Holyfield fan and I ****ing will put them in the same sentence.

    Bradley has an outstanding resume, we'll fight anybody, and is a true warrior. **** off, hater.
     
  11. klion22

    klion22 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Yup. Heart is heart. Tim has about as much heart as anyone. He is feather fisted yet fights like he has power and keeps coming at you.
     
  12. SOUTHERMOST

    SOUTHERMOST Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Greatest asset his heart always well prepare but the wear and tear is obvious his chin very suspicious now.
     
  13. Nopporn

    Nopporn Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    No, he's just one of them imo.
     
  14. getup

    getup Say Yeah! Full Member

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    The guy just has that warrior instinct...he doesn't give a f*ck that he doesn't have power...He's a warrior and warriors go to war and that fact that he doesn't have to but still does...well question his boxing brain(ring iq) all you want but this is a guy cut from the holy/gatti cloth.

    WARRIOR
     
  15. Don't Sleep

    Don't Sleep Personal Trainer Full Member

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    :deal

    Between his fight with Ruslan, Chavez and that 12th rd. against Jesse, I give Tim another 2 years top in the sport. This coming from one of his biggest fans, but have to call a spade a spade. He is risking long term health just to satisfy thirsty fans who could care less his life after boxing.
     


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