Floyd Mayweather vs Timothy Bradley - "Desert Storm" explains what he'd do
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Floyd Mayweather vs Timothy Bradley - "Desert Storm" explains what he'd do
By way of Doghouse Boxing (May 22, 2015)

Timothey Bradley Jr.
Video Below: Tim Bradley Jr.
How would Timothey "Desert Storm" Bradley Jr. fair in the boxing ring against of Floyd Mayweather? In this new video interview, Bradley says, "I think I'd do pretty well."

Bradley adds, "I'm not going to sit back and just let him do whatever he wants."

Bradley on what he'd do vs. Mayweather, states: "I'm going to be rough and I'm going to be tough and I'm going be in there attacking him."

Press play on the video and watch and listen as the two-division former world champion Timothy Bradley, shares his thoughts on how he'd fight undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather.

This video with Tim Bradley Jr., has a run time of 1min and 30secs. Press play on the video embedded to the left and enjoy.

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