Tim Bradley is undefeated and the man at 140 pounds. At junior welterweight, Bradley has fought some of the top elite guys such as Kendall Holt, Nate Campbell, Lamont Peterson and Devon Alexander.
Many feel Bradley ducked Amir Khan in a super fight that would give the winner all of the major belts at 140 pounds, but as time went on we saw Bradley was intentionally waiting out his contract with then-promoter Gary Shaw and not fighting at all for several months until his contract expired, ultimately signing with Top Rank Promotions.
Yes 140 is not 147, but then again Manny is pretty much a true 140-pound fighter who, like most in that weight class, move up to welterweight for the bigger-named fights.
When you get to the level of superstardom of the Manny Pacquiaos and Floyd Mayweathers of the sport, you often never take on a hungry, primed, undefeated opponent such as Bradley.
When was the last time Manny fought a hungry, primed, undefeated opponent?
You would have to go all the way back to 2007 when Manny fought a very game undefeated Jorge Solis for a super featherweight title at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
In the above video, KING J is confirming Tim Bradley's actual Twitter account for all the fight fans. Now that he is Manny's next opponent, his amount of Twitter followers will surely grow plentiful as well as his career-high fight purse.