Pacquiao Vs. Bradley: Weigh-In Staredown Photo

Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley are both naturally a bit smaller than the welterweight limit, so there wasn't really much concern that the men would fail to make weight when they hit the scales to make it official tonight in Las Vegas. And, as expected, there were no surprises with Manny weighing in at the 147 pound limit and Bradley a pound lighter at 146.

After the weights were official, the formality of the staredown took place. Bradley put on his best "mean mug" and looked like he wanted to take Pacquiao's head off. Manny? He just smiled.

After the staredown, Bradley explained how badly he wants the fight and how ready he is while Manny just explained that he was smiling because he was happy and "had God with him."

Here is a photo of the intense staredown via Chris Farina of Top Rank:

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