Bradley risked health to win fans, get Marquez

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Posted: Thursday, October 10, 2013 12:00 am

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Timothy Bradley remembers the first and final rounds of his last bout. The rest has vanished into a foggy haze.

The welterweight champion candidly acknowledges his brain took a beating in his victory over Ruslan Provodnikov last March. Determined to prove his ring bravery to a doubting public, Bradley (30-0, 12 KOs) consciously abandoned years of technical discipline and waded into a fistfight with the Siberian brawler.

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