‘If he lands it, it’s night night’: Bradley sees pathway to Tank knocking out Lomachenko

‘If he lands it, it’s night night’: Bradley sees pathway to Tank knocking out Lomachenko

Tim Bradley shifts into his analyst role to dissect a potential clash between Gervonta Davis and Vasiliy Lomachenko. In the following snippets, Bradley delves into the matchup, revealing how he predicted Tank’s uppercut would eventually catch Frank Martin and why he believes that same punch could spell trouble for Lomachenko.

Bradley reflects on his foresight regarding Tank’s uppercut connecting with Martin, attributing it to studying fighters’ tendencies. He noticed Martin’s habit of dropping low, akin to a wrestler’s stance, which exposed him to Tank’s precise uppercut. Bradley praises Tank’s intelligence, emphasizing his attentiveness to opponents’ movements and strategies, including Lomachenko’s, over the years.

Regarding the potential showdown between Tank and Lomachenko, Bradley sees it as a fifty-fifty bout due to their contrasting styles. Tank’s reactive counterpunching approach clashes with Lomachenko’s expertise in feinting and disrupting opponents’ rhythm. Bradley acknowledges Lomachenko’s experience but believes Tank has the tools to secure victory, particularly by capitalizing on openings in Lomachenko’s defense and timing his attacks effectively, especially targeting the body with well-timed uppercuts. Ultimately, Bradley envisions that if Tank lands a decisive uppercut on Lomachenko, it could be lights out for the seasoned fighter.

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