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Pacquiao vs. Bradley: Post-Fight Reactions, Press Conference

Mick AkersAnalyst INovember 9, 2016

Pacquiao vs. Bradley: Post-Fight Reactions, Press Conference

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    After one of the most controversial decisions in the history of boxing that left one of the best fighters of all time, Manny Pacquiao, on the wrong side of the decision against the underdog, Timothy Bradley, there of course would be plenty for analysts, celebrities and the fighters themselves to say.

    One thing is for sure, anyone who watched this fight live or on TV will not forget the day that "Pacman" was ripped off, giving him his first loss in seven long years.

    Here are the best quotes and reaction from the decision heard around the world in the Pacquiao vs. Bradley debacle.

Press Conference

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    Since I wasn't there live covering this fight, the best way to give you all the best quotes from the Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley bout is also via Twitter.

    Here are the best quotes from Pacquiao and a wheel-chair riding Bradley at their post-fight press conference, as told by Top Rank, via their Twitter account..

    Top Rank's president was first on the microphone and said:



    Arum continued:



    Arum also weighed in on the possible rematch:



    Tim Bradley took to the podium and said he is all for a rematch:



    Bradley went on to explain the decision was not his fault:



    Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, gave his opinion on why the judges scored it the way they did:



    Manny Pacquiao spoke out next, after a disappointing decision:



    Pacquiao gave his feelings on a rematch, with Arum's response as well:



    Pacquiao explained his thoughts on what Bradley's punches did to him:


    Lastly, Pacquiao wants boxing fans no to give up on the sport:


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    What better way is there in this day in the social media age to turn for quick and up to date reaction to live happenings including Timothy Bradley's shocking upset of Manny Pacquiao than Twitter?

    From the top analysts to former fighters-turned promoters, there was no shortage of people who gave their two cents via Twitter.

    The following is the best reactions from an array of different people who have very similar views on the ultra-controversial decision.

    ESPN's Dan Rafael tweeted:



    Arum went on to say:



    Jay Kornegay of the Las Vegas Hotel Superbook:



    Boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya also stated his feelings on the bout:



    Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix tweeted:



    Kevin Iole from Yahoo! Sports:







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