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Manny Pacquiao-Timothy Bradley Rematch in Store for April 2014
In what is expected to be one of boxing's most highly anticipated fights (and rematches) of the year, Manny Pacquiao and reigning welterweight champ Timothy Bradley will head back into the ring at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 12, just short of two years since their first meeting in Sin City. The duo's initial June 2012 bout is remembered for its controversial decision, in which the match was scored in Bradley's favor despite the overwhelming consensus that the fight belonged to Pacquiao. With the split-decision victory, Bradley was awarded the 147-pound world title, though many refused to acknowledge his triumph.
The loss was ultimately the first of two straight for Pacquiao that year, who was then subsequently knocked out by Juan Manual Marquez months later to suffer his fifth career defeat. However, Pacquiao was able to recover and closed out 2013 on a positive note with a dominant victory over Brandon Rios in China in November, leaving his overall record at 55-5-2 with 38 knockouts. On the flip side, Bradley has kept his unbeaten record perfectly intact since, most recently defeating Marquez in Oct. 2013 to improve to 31-0 with 12 KOs.