Bradley/Vargas boxing analysis

Timothy Bradley Jr takes on Jesse Vargas, for the interim WBO world welterweight title, Saturday, June 27, at Carson CA’s StubHub Center. The Center’s last big bout was Porter/Brook last year.
“Desert Storm” Bradley Jr. is at his home base of CA. This will be first fight since 1/11 against an undefeated opponent. Lifetime 31-1-1, 12 KOs, for a rate of 35%. Boxrec.com ranks him #8 as welterweight. He aims to regain he first achieved in 2012 vs Manny Pacquiao, then lost to after successfully defending twice. Mixed results in last 3, win-loss-draw. Last KO win was v.Joel Casamayor in 2011. Record of 11-1-1 in 12-round fights, with 1 midfight KO.
8/29/83

Cycles in play: Awareness, mastery, wisdom levels very strong. Only real low i intuition. Overall, very strong while physical is still somewhat positive, represents the tail end of a good triple-high.Very hard to beat.

Vargas is the current WBA World Super Lightweight title holder, moving up to welterweight here.Lifetime is undefeated in 26, with 9 KOs, also a 35% rate. This will be just his 4th fight at 12 rounds. He won his first 3 by division. Last KO was vs. Walter Estrada 2 in 2011. He splits time between Vegas and his birth state of California
Difficult physical/emotional combo, both negative yet improving.Mental outlook very strong and nearing peak. Level of awareness is very low but intuition is actually better. Overall, a mixed bag.

Neither fighter will be able to outthink each other but it’s Bradley’s power and awareness in the ring that will make the difference.

Decision for Bradley.

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