What's Next for Manny Pacquiao after Pacquiao-Bradley Debacle?
For the first time in years, Manny Pacquiao is in a position where he needs to make something good happen. It’s hard to believe that his main rival can surpass him while sitting in a jail cell, but looking over the pound-for-pound list in the wake of the Bradley “loss,” not many outfits are ranking Pacquiao number-one anymore. Mayweather has pretty much locked in that number-one spot for the time being. Following a close fight that could have gone either way with Marquez and an official loss to Bradley, the light at the end of the tunnel is in sight for the first time.
Credit: Chris Farina - Top Rank
No one is writing Pacquiao’s boxing obituary. After all, he appeared to clearly defeat an undefeated champion in Bradley. Before that, he struggled with an opponent who he also labored to beat in his 20s. But after almost 15 years at the championship level with a busy and demanding schedule, even Pacquiao apologists ...