Another instalment of HBO Ring Life and this time it’s WBO king Tim Bradley. Born and raised in Palm Springs, California, Tim ‘Desert Storm’ Bradley is the hardworking family man that’s still in the same neighbourhood and will let know one deny him a seat at the top table, least not WBC guardian Devon Alexander…
Bradley will face WBC king Devon Alexander on January 29 to unify their respective divisions with the winner expected to meet Khan in a mega-fight later this year.
WBO light-welterweight champion Timothy Bradley knocked the use of Twitter as a marketing tool in a recent interview with On The Grind Boxing Radio.
The micro-blogging site has become a favourite for boxers and promoters as a forum to interact with fans, promote upcoming events and, in some cases, even make the fight itself.
WBO light-welterweight champion Timothy Bradley has revealed he is willing to come to the UK to fight WBA champ Amir Khan.
Bradley, who takes on WBC titleholder Devon Alexander on January 29 in a shoot-out to meet Khan in the definitive fight of the division, told Main Event boxing radio that a cross-Atlantic trip wouldn’t faze him.
‘Once I get through Devon, then I will think about Khan, but I think he may have other fighters in mind for his next fight.
Former undisputed welterweight champ ‘Super’ Zab Judah has indicated that he will be Amir Khan’s next opponent.
Judah, who only this year returned to campaigning in the light-welterweight division for the first time since 2003, said on his Twitter yesterday evening, ‘Fight almost done, Judah vs Khan! USA or UK?’
Amir Khan retained his WBA light-welterweight title and silenced any doubters that he belonged with a thrilling points victory over Argentina's Marcos Maidana in Las Vegas.
In what Golden Boy head honcho Oscar De La Hoya has already dubbed the ‘fight of the decade’, Khan floored his opponent in the first round with a sickening body shot only to be hit with a heavy right hand in the tenth that had him looking dead on his feet in the closing stages.
Things got heated when the other two men in the light-welterweight division met yesterday at the press conference for their January 29th fight.
Devon Alexander and Timothy Bradley are scheduled to square off at the Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan next month but threatened to get proceedings underway immediately after exchanging words at the presser.
In a candid interview with On The Ropes Boxing Radio on Monday evening, WBA light welterweight champ Amir Khan touched on everything from cleaning up his division to Carl Froch to if Mayweather and Pacquiao will ever get it on. Read here…
On his upcoming opponent Marcos Maidana