How many rounds will 'Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2' last?

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"It will go the full distance" implies either a decision result or a no contest/disqualification/forfeiture after the fight is over. Any other result (e.g. a knockout, No Contest or disqualification between rounds 1-12) will be judged as having ended on the round where the result occurred. If the fight is cancelled or postponed, the question will be cancelled
Reference date: April 12, 2014, 21:00 EDT

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Widget Price
 It will go the full distance
44.34 %
 10-12 rounds
18.99 %
 7-9 rounds
13.82 %
 1-3 rounds
12.88 %
 4-6 rounds
9.94 %

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'Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2' is a rematch of the 2012 boxing match between Manny "Pac Man" Pacquiao" and Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley. 'Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2' will take place on Saturday, April 12, at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, USA.

The first match between Pacquiao and Bradley ended with a controversial split decision win for Bradley, with many believing that Pacquiao - the betting favorite coming into the fight - clearly won.

With Bradley coming off a string of impressive victories to add to his unblemished record, and Pacquiao on a quest to reassert his status as a pound-for-pound all-time boxing great after a 2012 that saw his controversial loss to Bradley and a devastating KO loss to rival Juan Manuel Marquez, the stakes could not be higher.

Will their rematch end more conclusively this time around? Will Pacquiao finally regain the title he lost to Bradley with a decisive win? Or will Bradley finally gain the respect he craves by knocking out a living legend in Pacquiao? Will the fight go the full distance?

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