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Bradley v Pacquiao Live 2
If this were a sport in which common sense prevailed, where some semblance of logic dictated arrangements and outcomes, Saturday’s much-anticipated rematch between Manny Pacquiao (55-5-2, 38 KOs) and Timothy Bradley (31-0, 12 KOs) would – at least on paper – be an open-and-shut case. Bradley, victorious over Pacquiao in June 2012, then went on to clearly outbox Juan Manuel Marquez – the most recent, and more emphatic, Pacquiao conqueror – in October. A return in April 2014, a revisit of Pacquiao’s credentials, one half-interested bystander might assume, would surely be a formality, an occasion that would only serve to underline Bradley’s superiority over the pair.
Boxing, of course, might tell us it had other ideas. Such was the controversy surrounding Bradley’s decision over Pacquiao, the Filipino essentially emerged as the de facto winner of that fight regardless, and was rewarded with that ill-fated fourth meeting with Marquez. Bradley, meanwhile – replete with death threats from disturbingly-outraged Pacquiao fans – scrabbled around without much success for a big-name fight in the aftermath, eventually settling on then-unheralded ESPN2 staple Ruslan Provodnikov and walking into the best fight of 2013. Later, at the back end of the year, Pacquiao cruised through a fight with Brandon Rios that he was always likely to win with consummate ease, securing the shutout in the process.
Boxing being boxing, then, it’s perhaps no surprise that it’s Pacquiao who’s the betting favourite – but, unlike their first instalment, for which the ‘Pac-Man’ was close to a 1/5 (-500) or thereabouts, this is an altogether closer affair. Having opened at around a general -180 (1.56 in decimal terms) favourite, there’s really so far been very little movement in Pacquiao’s price, which – as the graph below illustrates, with each line representing one of the major European books – has remained relatively static since the fight was officially announced at the beginning of the year.