Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley Live Stream: Where to Watch the Bout Online

Tim KeeneyContributor IJune 9, 2012

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - FEBRUARY 21:  Manny Pacquiao (L) and Timothy Bradley pose for photographers at a press conference announcing their upcoming World Boxing Organization welterweight championship fight at The Beverly Hills Hotel on February 21, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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While going out to watch a big fight can be fun, staying home and watching it is the better way to go.

If you are planning on watching Timothy Bradley vs. Manny Pacquiao at a friend's house or at a bar, it's going to be more of a social event. There will be distractions and it's likely you won't see every jaw-dropping punch if you go that route.

Instead, if you stay home and find your own way to watch the fight, you are much more likely to hold your own the next day at the water cooler.

In other words, you will actually have seen what happened. 

If that sounds like something you might be interested in, will reportedly stream the fight live (according to, and you can find the link to the fight right here.

When you're watching, here are a few things you should be paying attention to.


Timothy Bradley's right hand

Everyone talks about Bradley's speed and quickness or Pacquiao's power, but Desert Storm packs quite a bit into his right hook. 

Take a look:

Bradley almost hides that big punch, and if he can land a major connection or two on Pacquiao, he'll floor the champ. Keep your eye on that.


The fall of Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao still holds the crown as best pound-for-pound boxer, but he looked fairly pedestrian last time out against Juan Manuel Marquez.

Desert Storm is younger and quicker than Marquez, and if Pacquiao struggles like he did in that fight, we will see Pac-Man fall.

And if that happens, it could be the last we see of the legendary boxer, as he has hinted at retirement before (via USA Today).

I think Bradley will come away with the win tonight, and I'm not going to miss it. Manny Pacquiao hardly ever loses, and I want to be able to say I saw it.

At least once.