Between rounds, Joel Diaz, who trains Bradley, could not get him to settle down except for occasional stretches. As a result, Pacquiao alternated between leading with slashing southpaw combinations and countering selectively from the outside as he pleased. From time to time Bradley landed some of his arcing blows, and his work to the body—when he committed to it—was effective, but without a unifying strategy, Bradley was like a man lost in the Canyonlands without a compass. Read “The Here-and-Now Man: After Whipping Bradley, Manny Pacquiao Looks to the Future” on Remezcla.
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