Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2 weigh-in results: Bradley 145.5, Pacquiao 145

Kevork Djansezian

Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley both easily make weight for their HBO pay-per-view rematch.

Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley will rematch tomorrow night live on HBO pay-per-view. But, before we could get to that point, the fighters had to step on the scales to make the fight official.

Both men are notorious for showing up in great shape, and neither was expected to have any difficulty making the welterweight limit of 147 pounds.

Pacquiao was on the scales first and came in at 145 pounds looking quite lean. Bradley was up next and clapped as the pro-Pacquiao crowd booed him. Bradley was 145.5 pounds, ripped as normal.

Bradley won the first fight between the two, despite the universal feeling that Pacquiao had done enough to be the clear victor.  Bradley's WBO welteweight title will be on the line in the rematch.

We'll have plenty of coverage up through the conclusion of the fights and the aftermath so make sure to keep checking back at SBNation.com or at our outstanding boxing blog, Bad Left Hook.

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