Now with noted trainer Freddie Roach in his corner, Miguel Cotto share his thoughts of Roach, ex-foe Manny Pacquiao and his June 7 challenge of middleweight champion Sergio Martinez.
Lem Satterfield’s latest notebook brings us trainer Freddie Roach’s thoughts on his charge, Manny Pacquiao’s performance against Tim Bradley last Saturday.
Noted British sports writer Gareth A Davies says if Manny Pacquiao defeats Tim Bradley tonight, the Filipino icon’s victory will compel the boxing media to hound Floyd Mayweather Jr. for answers as to why he will not fight Pacquiao.
Miguel Cotto has heard Sergio Martinez’s threats to make him bleed on June 7 but said if it happens, no problem, he’ll still win. Cotto also offered his opinion on the outcome of Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Marcos Maidana.
Ahead of this Saturday night’s rematch between WBO 147-pound titlist Tim Bradley and Manny Pacquiao, trainer Freddie Roach reminded his Christian charge that, in the Bible, the theme of violence runs concurrently with that of compassion.
Freddie Roach acknowledges that his fighter, Manny Pacquiao, sometimes shows too much compassion during his fights and says Pacquiao’s one-sided unanimous decision over Antonio Margarito is an example.
Freddie Roach, longtime trainer of Manny Pacquiao, has admitted that The Bible can be a hindrance to the Filipino’s thought processes as a professional fighter, and that retirement looms in a “must-win” rematch with Timothy Bradley on Saturday night.
Manny Pacquiao details his preparation, in and out of the ring, for this weekend’s rematch with WBO welterweight titlist Tim Bradley.
Tim Bradley questioned Manny Pacquiao’s hunger toward the end of HBO’s Face Off with Max Kellerman. Freddie Roach answered Bradley on Saturday at the beginning of the second of three episodes of 24/7: Pacquiao-Bradley II
Manny Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach is unimpressed by Amir Khan’s recent form, yet reasoned that the British fighter’s speed could give Floyd Mayweather Jr. “problems” and believes a fight between Khan and Pacquiao could take place before the Filipino retires.
In a humorous, pun-laden move, trainer Freddie Roach sent Tim Bradley a box full of socks in advance of his April 12 rematch with Roach’s charge, Manny Pacquiao.
Manny Pacquiao talked about his rematch with Tim Bradley at his recent media workout. Freddie Roach spoke about PacMan’s keys to victory and a showdown with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Bob Arum talked about his relationship with Oscar De La Hoya.
Manny Pacquiao says he’s motivated to score an official victory against Tim Bradley, who beat him via controversial decision in 2012, but the Filipino icon won’t push for the knockout. Pacquiao and Freddie Roach say Bradley is as tough as they come.
Among many award recipients, Floyd Mayweather Jr. will receive the Boxing Writers Association of America’s “Fighter of the Year” distinction for 2013 on May 1.
As WBO welterweight titlist Tim Bradley questions Manny Pacquiao’s resolve in a recent HBO “Face Off” broadcast touting their April 12 pay-per-view rematch, “Pac-Man” plans to use Bradley’s assumptions as motivation for a win.
Manny Pacquiao said he was never upset with the judges for his controversial decision loss to Tim Bradley in 2012 during a media conference call for his April 12 rematch with Bradley on Tuesday. “Nobody’s perfect in this world,” said Pacquiao.
In advance of his April 12 rematch with WBO welterweight titlist Tim Bradley, Manny Pacquiao continues to welcome support, this time in the form of Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., Marco Antonio Barrera and actor Aaron Eckhart
Vanes Martirosyan says he is ready to move on to a new chapter in his boxing career with a new promotional and training team behind him when he faces Mario Alberto Lozano in the main event of this week’s Friday Night Fights on ESPN2.