Manny Pacquiao Must Knock out Timothy Bradley If They Meet Up in November
Manny Pacquiao knows he can't allow Timothy Bradley to last 12 rounds should the two of them fight in November. There is no guarantee that there will be a rematch, but if Pacman gets to have his way in the matter, the fight will happen.
Pacquiao was surprisingly unfazed after the fight was stolen from him by the judges. Don't mistake his calm demeanor for a lack of fire on this matter, though. Pacquiao wants the opportunity to set the record straight, and he won't mess around if given a second chance to compete against the cocky fighter known as Desert Storm.
He talked to reporters after the fight about the need to ramp things up if given another chance, via AP's Tim Dahlberg:
I hope you’re not dismayed or discouraged...I can still fight...That will make me become a warrior in the next few months, because in the rematch my feeling is I don’t want to go the whole 12 rounds.
As much as it's true that Pacquiao got robbed in the fight against Bradley, it's also true that Pacman likely thought he'd win the decision after the first eight rounds or so. He never came close to knocking Bradley out, and he didn't press his attack as much as he could have.
Will Pac-Man knock Bradley out if they get their rematch in November?
He was decidedly less aggressive in the final handful of rounds—a fact that is certainly the reason why he lost if the judges scored the fight without the sway of an outside influence.
If Pacquiao is given another shot at Bradley, he must attack early and often. He must leave no room for the judges to make a faulty decision like they did last time around, and the only way to do that is by knocking the snot out of Desert Storm until he can't get back up.
We know now that a broken foot isn't going to get the job done, so Pacquiao must knock Bradley out for good the next time the two fighters meet.
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