LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Manny Pacquiao's latest pastor wants him up at 5 a.m. every day for prayers. The eight-division champion sometimes has 100 people and a yappy dog named Pacman in his home after training sessions, playing darts and carousing into the night.
Even during a hiatus from his duties as a Filipino congressman, it's tough to see how a great boxer could keep his focus and fire amid Pacquiao's hectic life and long career.
According to Timothy Bradley, Pacquiao can't do it.
Bradley isn't afraid to voice unpopular opinions. After all, he's one of the few prominent boxing observers who believe he actually won his first fight with Pacquiao two years ago, a split decision that sent Bradley on a wild career loop of his own.