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Timothy Bradley in wheelchair at post-fight press conference (Picture)

Timothy Bradley rolled his way to victory over Manny Pacquiao on the judges’ scorecards, and then he rolled his way into his post-fight press conference.

There were a few reports during the fight that Bradley hurt his foot in the early rounds. After the fight, Jaime Motta of Univision reported that Bradley fractured his left foot and sprained his right foot. That explains the wheelchair.

According to fight promoter Top Rank Boxing, Bradley hurt his left foot stepping on the referee’s foot in the second round.

I’m not sure what was more improbable: that Bradley showed up to the presser in a wheelchair, or that he WON A FIGHT WITH A BROKEN FOOT. You make the call.

Photo credit: Bryan A. Graham



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  • http://twitter.com/RumorsandRants Ryan Phillips

    He didn’t win the fight. I mean technically yes he did, but it wasn’t even close. A complete travesty.

  • http://twitter.com/actionmeets2013 actionmeets

    Paq didnt beat Juan Marquez that was a travesty but now Floyd will come take this belt 2 and if Paq wants it he will have to fight Floyd which he does not want to do –yeah he should have won but he look like shyt too he could have down way more but he didnt Floyd would have beat Bradley up PERIOD 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/X6LHFJRSJHJD3OJY6Z3SLFG2R4 Martha

    Did you watch the last Marquez and Pacquiao fight? Because if you did you would have known that Manny was asked if he wanted to fight Mayweather and he said, literally, “Let’s get it on!” What part of that did you not understand? This match has nothing to do with Mayweather so stick with the subject if you can.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SPRWZFRAYIAIUGCE2NAWBXTRYM lester

    paq third fight with marquez i feel he didn’t win and now he has lost to brad which may be a fluke but we shall see in the second fight cause brad will have to do better

  • Anonymous

    I was going to offer a snappy and sarcastic remark about boxing, but I don’t even care enough to do it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Danny-Benavente/100002067448985 Danny Benavente

    My advice to Pacman…don’t fight in Vegas anymore,…never!!!!!!!! . It’s more sensible having ur next fight in Texas or anywhere else in the world unless of course, Nevada will strip off  incompetent judges’ of their licenses.!!

  • eric james

    If there is ever a time to clean up a sport this would be it. Judge
    Duane Ford and CJ Ross need to be held accountable for destroying what
    could have been an epic match up between Mayweather and Pacquiao. I’m
    actually a Bradley fan and don’t want to see him win like this. who
    want’s to be a paper champion?

  • Anonymous

    Bradley champ???? hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha. Not even he believes it.

  • Braheim Richards

    This is why WWE is Better lol we know the fix in so where never surprise by the outcome, but less learn from the lesson when the promoter owns both fighter and one older then the other the fix is always in just take a look back.

  • Anonymous

    If Bradley was a “TRUE Fighter”, he would turn in the belt.
    He did not win.

  • Anonymous

    The Judges must have been paid off!
    Bradley needs to review the tape, and turn in the belt.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder if the two Judges even slept well last night. The fight was not even CLOSE.
    PAC-MAN dominated the entire fight, and Bradley knows it! Did you see the face of Bradley when the they gave him the fight. He was in SHOCK!

  • Anonymous

    If he was a TRUE boxer, he would review the tape, and turn in the belt!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EMQE33YI6VKLCMI62KY3V5GCDA t2loveu333

    A boxing promoter owns both fighter is questionable, the judges Duane Ford & CJ Ross are also questionable and should be held accountable for conspiracy. The Fix is a strategic move from the top to gain from it the greatest advantage involving a lot of money for bribery to assure the execution of Conspiracy. Follow the judges, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion on the  Yellow Brick Road that leads to the Wizard of  Oz.

  • Anonymous

    I know it was a complete, disgraceful, and criminal act what happened in Vegas.  I was pulling for Pacquiao and I am outraged like everybody else, BUT don’t put this on Bradley. He worked hard and did his job, it is certainly not him who is the criminal here. It’s Bob Arum and the two judges and Las Vegas.  Bradley did nothing wrong, this is not on him.

  • Anonymous

    watch the fight again do not listen to sound you will see how many times pacman missed throwing punches it was very close fight.pacman should never have taken his foot off the gas he let bradley back into fight after building up big lead in earlier rounds.

  • Anonymous

    It’s more of Bob Arum’s fault. Actually, I’ve done my researching. And Bob Arum have done this in the past. He bribed the judges money and the new shoes that came out, in order to make Pacquiao win. Bradley and his crew even knew he lost. Even his own wife. Haven’t you seen her wife shocked about the whole thing? It’s understandably wrong that Bradley won. It’s technical issues. Pacquiao’s fans gone crazy because of this. If you look at the stats,  Pacquaio got 119 on the leaderman card while bradley got 109. Pacquiao landed, thrown, and his percentage was more than bradleys. His percentage was 39, while Bradley’s percentage was 28. If you look at it, in the past, the judges made it much more clearer by going with what the learman board and the final punchstat said in the past. Until Bob Arum came and bribed them. He’s the only reason why Mayweather and him couldn’t fight. All he wants is “money”. It was either bribery, or just them. Technically, Pacquiao won. In the past, as i said, the judges was more clear with having to choose the winner. However, difficulties came along. Because all wanted for Bob Arum is money.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IOJYVNUXLK5MH733W7YYLGOBOY James

    No Way Bradley broke his foot.  He had way too much movement on it last night.  I had the fight 116-112 for Pacquiao.  And by golly I was being generous to Bradley.   This was the best judging I have seen since Lewis vs Holyfield 1.   And the Marquez fight was close and debatable.  I had Manny winning by two points in that one.  With 4 rounds being extremely close.  So I could see it going either way.

  • Anonymous

    He should be embarrassed to even show his face in public, or claim any kind of victory.  His corner knew he was losing, he knew he lost, and not one person in the crowd felt he won it.  Manny beat his ass, but money changed hands to get the judges to rip off Pacquiao.

  • Marvin Lynch

    I agree with you. This was my first PPV purchase and will be my last. I was in AH when the decision was read. CJ Ross should be fired.

  • Rio Castorena

    Pacquaio sucked balls, neither of them deserved to win. He also lost the last fight with Marquez, that was fixed as well.

  • roniel pelgone

    i love u pacman

  • roniel pelgone

    dont be such a dumb timothy bradly,, you got busted already

  • Anonymous

    The judges were watching a replay of the Mayweather-Cotto fight, thought Bradley was Mayweather and Pacquiao was Cotto, and scored the fight accordingly. Cotto lost that fight.

  • Anonymous

    There are two possible explanations to the scoring: first, every time Pacman connects, the punch was hidden/covered by his or Bradley’s body from the view of the judges, and second, both judges were suffering from this eye malady that cause them to blink every time Pacman connects.

  • Anonymous

    If Pacquiao was “A TRUE FIGHTER” as you said , he would have given up the belt to Marquez, we all know that belt belong to Marquez the true CHAMP; ARUM is keeping the belt on PACQUIAO to make a lot of  money on the MAYWEATHER if it will ever occur, suck it up, he stole from someone now it’s stolen from him.

  • Anonymous

    This blog is full of fans of fighters not the sport.  Decisions like this have happened throughout the history of boxing.  Pacquiao should know, he has been the recipient of some very generous decisions.  The difference here is I have never seen a fighter of Pacquiao’s status on the wrong side of the decision.  I have watched Pacquiao for a very long time and his skills have deteriorated, he still carries power, but his technical skills have deteriorated quite a bit, his balance is not as good as it once was, crosses his feet and struggles to beat fighters he should walk through.  The fight I would love to see is a rematch with the newly rejuvenated Cotto, not the Cotto he fought the first time, that Cotto came off a horrific beating from Margarito using tricked out boxing gloves and a mediocre victory over a one legged Yuri Foreman.  
    The fans will always scream that their man is the best, but Pac has been very vulnerable of late, forget Mayweather that fight may never happen because of politics, though, I would lean towards Mayweather in that fight, regardless of what the fans of fighters say in these blogs he is too skillful and would potshot Pacquiao all night.  He demonstrated skill’s against a very rejuvenated Cotto that convinced me of his greatness as a boxer.  I hope RQJ is not insinuating Cotto won that fight, if he is then he should understand each human eye sees things sometimes the way the brain wants it to, just like the judges in the Pac Bradley fight…  That one wasn’t close either… competitive yes, close no…
    I hope Pacquiao if he continues to fight cuts ties with Arum and promotes himself or moves over to Golden Boy. I still prefer Duran, Leonard, Hagler, Benitez, Holmes, Tyson, etc., now the great old days…

  • Anonymous

    This blog is full of fans of fighters not the sport.  Decisions like this have happened throughout the history of boxing.  Pacquiao should know, he has been the recipient of some very generous decisions.  The difference here is I have never seen a fighter of Pacquiao’s status on the wrong side of the decision.  I have watched Pacquiao for a very long time and his skills have deteriorated, he still carries power, but his technical skills have deteriorated quite a bit, his balance is not as good as it once was, crosses his feet and struggles to beat fighters he should walk through.  The fight I would love to see is a rematch with the newly rejuvenated Cotto, not the Cotto he fought the first time, that Cotto came off a horrific beating from Margarito using tricked out boxing gloves and a mediocre victory over a one legged Yuri Foreman.  
    The fans will always scream that their man is the best, but Pac has been very vulnerable of late, forget Mayweather that fight may never happen because of politics, though, I would lean towards Mayweather in that fight, regardless of what the fans of fighters say in these blogs he is too skillful and would potshot Pacquiao all night.  He demonstrated skill’s against a very rejuvenated Cotto that convinced me of his greatness as a boxer.  I hope RQJ is not insinuating Cotto won that fight, if he is then he should understand each human eye sees things sometimes the way the brain wants it to, just like the judges in the Pac Bradley fight…  That one wasn’t close either… competitive yes, close no…
    I hope Pacquiao if he continues to fight cuts ties with Arum and promotes himself or moves over to Golden Boy. I still prefer Duran, Leonard, Hagler, Benitez, Holmes, Tyson, etc., now the great old days…