Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley Betting Odds and Prop Bets

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Manny Pacquiao has found a new meaning in life.  His troubles out of the ring have been well documented but those issues are a thing of the past according to the WBO Welterweight champion.

Much of the media attention Pacquiao has been receiving lately is thanks to his change of lifestyle now that he has found religion.

But, he will enter the ring for the first time with his new-found lifestyle on Saturday night as he puts his belt on the line when he faces Timothy Bradley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Whether or not his focus on religion will play a part in this fight remains to be seen.  However, in the post-weigh in staredown with his opponent, Bradley had the look of a hungry fighter while Pacquiao smirked a smile, kind of odd.

Pacquioa (54-3-2) better be ready as he will be facing an up and coming fighter in Bradley (28-0) who has yet to lose.  In addition, Pacquiao is coming off a fight with Juan Manuel Marquez that despite winning, looked unimpressive and many even thought his opponent had won the fight.

Bovada Sportsbook has fielded their Latest Pacquiao vs Bradley Betting Odds and have Bradley as a huge underdog.  This is probably expected as Bradley’s resume just doesn’t have the quality fights on it like Pacquiao despite him being undefeated.  Pacquiao enters the fight with a moneyline set at -450 while Bradley has his set at +325.

Placing a wager on Bradley to win could be very risky but very rewarding should he pull off the upset.  For every $1.00 wagered on him, the payout is $3.25.  If a bet is placed on Pacquiao, every $1.00 placed on the champ results in a just a .22 cents payout.

In addition to the overall result of the fight, Bovada has fielded some great Pacquiao vs Bradley Prop Bets which go along with this fight.  These range from total number of rounds, to method of victory, will the fight go the distance and how the fight is won and in what round it occurs are just a few of the available Prop bets.

The HBO Pay-Per-View event is set for Saturday night and it will not begin until the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 matchup between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat has concluded.

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