Pacquiao vs Bradley Replay: Online and PPV Replay Info

Alex BallentineFeatured ColumnistJune 9, 2012

LAS VEGAS, NV - JUNE 08:  Boxers Manny Pacquiao (C) and Timothy Bradley (R) pose during the official weigh-in for their bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pacquiao will defend his WBO welterweight title against Bradley on June 9 in Las Vegas.  (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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Can't catch tonight's welterweight title match between pound-for-pound great Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38 KOs) and Tim Bradley (28-0, 12 KOs) tonight? Don't sweat it, a replay of the event will be available for purchase Online via

The fight can also be purchased live on pay-per-view for $54.95 in standard definition and $64.95 in high definition with most cable or satellite providers.

Boxing fans certainly won't want to miss the Pacquiao vs. Bradley main event, as Desert Storm will be putting an undefeated record on the line against one of the world's two best boxers in pound-for-pound lynchpin Pacquiao.


What to Watch For

Pacquiao is undisputed as one of the most accomplished boxers in the sport today, but Bradley is dangerous in his own right and holds the WBO and WBC light welterweight championship belts. However, it will be interesting to see how Desert Storm reacts to the spotlight, as this is by far his best opponent and the biggest fight he has been involved in.

For Pacquiao, this Bradley fight is just another day at the office. With as many great champions as Pac-Man has faced in his career, there are questions over whether he still has the advantage over younger fighters. At 28, Bradley is the youngest opponent Pacquiao has faced since Miguel Cotto in 2009.

At 33, Pacquiao is by no means washed up, but eventually age will rear its ugly head and Bradley claims the advantage in the age department—even if it is his only advantage.

With Floyd Mayweather recently reminding everyone why he's considered a pound-for-pound great, Pacquaio gets his chance to do the same. Whether the Filipino once again shows his brilliance or Bradley pulls off the upset, this should be a classic. If you can't watch it live, you don't want to miss the replay.