Price per head sportsbooks can see that Manny Pacquiao wants revenge and regain the WBO welterweight world title that he lost in June 2012 to Timothy Bradley.
On that occasion, the American won the crown in a narrow split decision, with the Filipino going on to suffer a knockout loss in his next clash against Juan Manuel Marquez, and pay per head services remember very well when this took place.
A win over Brandon Rios then got the fighter back on track for a rematch with Bradley, who on two occasions successfully defended the title and impressed price per head sportsbooks.
There seemed to be no bad feelings at the weigh-in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Pay per head services saw that the defending champion tipped the scales at 145.5 pounds, and Pacquiao was only half a pound lighter.
“I’ve got to knock him out, that’s what I have to do,” Bradley said when he responded to claims that he should have never have been given the title to begin with.
Bradley also questioned whether Pacquiao still has the will to fight at the age of 35, but price per head sportsbooks believe that he still has the desire and firepower.
“I think he may lack fire,” the dogged American said. “His motivation is not there. He’s been at the top for a very long time. He has over 60 fights in the ring with all the best.
“Maybe this is one fight too late for him.”
Pacquiao’s trainer Freddie Roach and pay per head services believe that this isn’t the case and insisted that this time around his fighter will prove to be too much for his opponent to handle.
“Bradley is a better fighter than some people give him credit for, and we know he has a lot of heart,” he said.
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“That doesn’t change the fact that Manny has a plan that will beat him again – this time for real.”