Video I found, Bradley does have a fight coming up, but one fight he does get a lot of flack for is the Pacquiao fight.
When I watched the fight initially, I thought it was close(mind you I mute the commentary always when I watch boxing) but I saw Manny missing a lot of shots, so when I saw that they said he landed 250+ punches on Bradley.. I honestly.. didn't see it. I thought that fight could go either way, and then when HBO and everyone was talking about how one sided it was...ESPN talking about how one sided it was.. I decided to watch the fight back again this time WITH commentary... and.. it may have been the worst commentary I've heard of a fight in a while...
I was actually going to make a video pointing out how stupid the commentary was and how HBO gave Bradley no credit for avoiding a majority of Pacquiao's lunges, but someone beat me to it.
Now it doesn't matter to me really who won... but I feel Bradley got a lot of undeserved flack for the Pacquiao fight and I think HBO and their 'uncontainable joy' relationship with Pacquiao is a big reason why a majority feel that way.
If you think Pacquiao won, awesome, but that video does show how the commentary team can sway people because watching this fight muted, Bradley made Pacquiao miss, a LOT and never got any credit for any return offense he landed on Pacquiao.
What do you think of the commentary here? It doesn't matter if you thought Pacquiao won or lost this fight.. the commentary was disgracefully biased. Thoughts?