“I took his best punch. [Pacquiao's] a good puncher, but Kendall Holt is a better puncher,” Bradley said on The Boxing Lab. “Holt has one-punch knockout power. Pacquiao doesn’t.
“I’ve been in the ring with guys who are faster,” he said.
While Bradley did credit Pacquiao for being smart, throwing good combinations, and having snappy punches, he maintained that Pac Man wasn’t that impressive.
“He couldn’t knock me out. He hurt me once. The majority of the shots he missed,” Bradley says.
All the talk about the fight being fixed and that Bradley was given a gift has him jaded.
“I’m the welterweight champion of the world and it don’t feel like it because people don’t feel like I deserve it. It sucks. It’s not right. I’m not giving my belt back. Period,” he says.
Oh, and what’s Bradley’s motivation for his next fight?
“Whatever makes the most money.”
Bradley sure is talking a big game for a guy who clearly lost. I really don’t care what he says after being gifted a decisions. I watched the fight with the sound off, too, just like he says, and he still lost.
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