Pacquiao vs Bradley Odds: Boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao will face Timothy Bradley for the W.B.O. Welterweight Championship in Vegas June 9th with Pacquiao listed as a 4-1 to 5-1 or boxing odds favorite. The hungry #1 contender Bradley, 28-0, 12 KO’s, recently outclassed Cuban contender Joel Casamayor and is finally getting a taste of big money against the wealthy Pac-Man. The whirlwind Filipino, Pacquiao, 54-3-2, is off a close scrape with 38-year old contender Juan Manuel Marquez in a rubber match but bookmakers expect Pacquiao to handle the younger Bradley for his 16th consecutive win. Can the rough customer Bradley spoil a world awaited Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Manny Pacquiao superfight? Below is a closer look from our fight picks crew.
Pacquiao vs Bradley Odds are expected to favor Pacquiao at -450 on the Vegas Odds at Bet On Boxing
Fight Picks Analysis: Pacquiao is faster than Bradley who may be a touch better technically. Bradley is a hard worker that will score ugly in spots against the southpaw but eventually Pacquiao’s better class will show. Bradley is short enough to get hammered with some Pac-Man missiles and he has been on the deck before against heavy hitters. The Pacquiao vs Bradley Odds Over/Under is expected to be at 9.5 Rounds with the Over at -250 Vegas Odds.
Bradley will be well-prepared as usual but like most of Pacquiao’s foes he will succumb to the avalanche of leather that the Filipino hurls. Bradley leads with his head an will probably cause an accidental head-butt on the thin skinned Pacquiao. After going to the scorecards Pacquiao should have a close edge with the judges to win a technical decision. Laying heavy units on the Pac-Man is risky against such a young strong contender like Bradley but a 1 UNIT Vegas Odds wager is worth your while on a Manny Pacquiao win ticket.
Fight Picks Play: Manny Pacquiao -450 Vegas Odds Moneyline at BOVADA SPORTSBOOK
Pacquiao vs Bradley Odds Tale-Of-The-Tape
Ranking: Co-Champ at Welterweight
Best Punch: Straight Left
From: Palm Springs, California
Ranking: #1 Welterweight
Best Punch: Left Hook