Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2 press conference live video online stream from Las Vegas

Stephen Dunn

The biggest boxing event of the year takes place this Saturday night on pay-per-view (PPV).

Manny Pacquiao returns to "Sin City" today (Weds., April 9, 2014) to answer any final questions ahead of his long-awaited rematch against Timothy Bradley for the WBO welterweight title, which takes place this Saturday night (April 12) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"Desert Storm" is also in the house.

Watch a live video stream of the "Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2" press conference in the video player below.

Pacquiao lost his title to Bradley in early 2012, then went to sleep against Juan Manuel Marquez in the sixth round of his follow-up fight (GIF). The former pound-for-pound king was able to rebound with a unanimous decision win over Brandon Rios, only to run into tax trouble in his native Philippines (details).

Bradley, meanwhile, has been aces.

The Californian followed up his win over Pacquiao by outpointing Ruslan Provodnikov, then took home a split decision win over the aforementioned Marquez. Despite his credentials, there's no question Bradley would like to silence the critics who insist he was gifted a decision.

We'll find out this weekend.

For more on "Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2" check out HBO's 24/7 preview special right here.

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