Joe DeGuardia, one of the promoters of new WBO junior welterweight champion Chris Algieri, disclosed over the weekend that he has started  discussing with Top Rank boss Bob Arum the possibility of the newly minted champ fighting eight-division title holder Manny Pacquiao on Nov 27.

Pacquiao had Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez on top of the short list of opponents for his next fight, but Marquez appears not interested in a fifth match. Also on the list was Russian boxer Ruslan Provodnikov, but his surprise loss to Algieri changed things.

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WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley said he's not concerned with the judges for his rematch against Manny Pacquiao on Saturday.

He's more concerned with the court of public opinion.

Bradley won his first meeting against Pacquiao with a split decision that was controversial. Many in the media had Pacquiao dominating the fight, and a large majority of fans concurred.

So as Bradley enters the rematch, there were questions if he was concerned over a backlash from the first decision.

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American boxer Timothy Bradley Jr. personally questioned Manny Pacquiao’s hunger and killer instinct when the two combatants came face to face during an episode of “Face Off with Max Kellerman.”

Bradley has said in repeated interviews that he believes Pacquiao has lost the killer instinct and hunger that once made him the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world, but this time, he confidently said it to Pacquiao’s face.

“That hunger that he’s looking for, it’s no longer there. It’s no longer there, and he can’t get it back. It’s gone,” said Bradley, as quoted by RingTV.

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Former world champion Brandon Rios thinks Manny Pacquiao will try to knock out unbeaten American Timothy Bradley in their April 12 rematch given the controversial nature of their first fight.

Bradley infamously defeated Pacquiao via split decision when they first fought in June 2012, even though Pacquiao was considered the winner by nearly all ringside observers as well as boxing fans.

“I thought the first time, Pacquiao won,” Rios told Hustle Boss. “It was controversial.”

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Flashback to 2012, Manny Pacquiao along with Floyd Mayweather, was standing atop boxing’s landscape as the best fighter in sport.

Leading into the year, he had come of a victory over faded future Hall of Famer Shane Mosley and he scored majority decision over long-time arch rival Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao was heading into the year potentially seeking an elusive fight with Floyd Mayweather, all while running for office in his native Philippines.

But things did not go as planned. Although Pacquiao did attain success in regards to his political aspirations, he did come across some speed bumps in his professional boxing career. Suffering an upset, split-decision defeat to Tim Bradley, followed by a devastating knock out defeat by his arch-rival Juan Manuel Marquez, left the eight division champ in disarray and put him on the shelf for most of 2013.

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