As what I have observed, Manny Pacquiao seemed like he was not 100 percent conditioned physically when he fought Tim Bradley.
Manny Pacquiao looked bloated and heavy. I reviewed his fights with Miguel Cotto Joshua Clottey and I saw a different Manny Pacquiao in those two fights.
Against Cotto and Clottey, Manny Pacquiao bounces up and down on his toes like Mohammad Ali, a clear sign that he was physically well-conditioned in those fights. Pacquiao also threw a lot of power punches and combinations which was evidently lacking in Bradley fight.
Pacquiao also looked tired in the 10th, 11th, and 12th rounds which was not evident in Cotto and Clottey fights. Could this be a sign that the Father time is catching up with the great Manny Pacquiao or just a case of him taking Bradley lightly by training only for 6 weeks instead of regular 8 weeks.
If we compare the Manny Pacquiao who fought Cotto and Clottey... The Pacquiao who fought Bradley last June 9 was just 70 to 80 percent of his usual fighting form. But despite of that, I completely agree that Pacquiao clearly beat Timothy Bradley in that fight.
Cong. Pacquiao really needs to increase his conditioning for his last 3 fights so he can preserve his GFOT legacy.
The griffith park runs seem to be comfortable for him. He needs to run/sprint the same distances but twice the elevation(like Bradley).
Inconsistent follow throughs to his landed power shots from rds. 3-9 also seemed new. Granted, Bradley is fast and slippery but it seemed that
Cong. Pacquiao did not try to finish him. I don't know if it's due to fatigue, lack of respect, overconfidence, maawa, etc.
Also surprising was Bradley's ablility to jab through Cong. Pacquiao's arms in the late rounds and snap his head back.
Hopefully, he'll be inspired and regain his dominant form in his future fights.