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Bradley stronger than in 2014 after diet, training change

By: - Editor / @RLuarcaINQ
/ 04:22 PM April 03, 2016
Monica Bradley, Timothy's wife and manager.

Monica Bradley, Timothy’s wife and manager.

PALM SPRINGS, California—Take it from Monica Bradley, her husband has gotten stronger than when he lost to Manny Pacquiao in 2014.

While Timothy has always been athletic and energetic, he further enhanced these attributes when Teddy Atlas took over his training for the Brandon Rios fight, which he won by a ninth-round stoppage last November.

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According to Monica, who also acts as her husband’s manager, the newfound strength was the result of a change in diet and training methods.

Timothy known for going vegan when preparing for a big fight, now eats his share of meat, chicken and fish along with his usual course of of greens.

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Though the Bradleys are can now afford a chef, Monica said she still cooks for and takes care of Timothy’s food intake.

With an additional $4 million to fatten their bank account after the April9 showdown with Pacquiao, the Bradleys have finally decided to splurge on a leisure vacation to Hawaii in June.

“We’ve not done it for a long time,” said Monica, who, at 34, is two years older than Timothy.

The Bradleys have five children: Robert, Alysia, Jada, Malay and Malaki.

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