Bradley Thinks a Fight with Cotto Would Be a Great Exciting Fight for the Fans


    Cotto-vs-BradleyAhead of his fight with Diego Chaves, Tim Bradley made a shocking revelation. He’s no longer a vegan and wasn’t a vegan in training camp preparing for Diego Chaves.

    “I’m eating meat right now so I know people are going to wonder wonder how it’s going to be. I’m good though, no vegan,” Bradley told

    Should he be victorious this weekend, Bradley wants the big fights, even if he has to move up in weight to chase it. A fight that was discussed for this year was a bout with middleweight champion of the world Miguel Cotto. However, Bradley would have to travel two divisions to make it happen. Bradley feels its no problem and thinks the style clashes make it a good fight.

    “I like Miguel Cotto. Cotto brings it and I bring it,” Bradley stated. “I think it’d be a great exciting fight. Styles make fights. Cotto brings a certain element to the fight. He’s aggressive, he comes to fight. He’s a workhorse. I bring a certain element to the right as well. I could fight in spurts. I could brawl. I could box.”

    Regarding the size element, Bradley says there is none.

    “I just think it’s a great mix and he’s not that big. He’s got big legs, big body but its not like he towers over me. I think it’d be a pretty comfortable fight for me”

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