Timothy Bradley became the fourth boxer to defeat legendary fighter Manny Pacquiao when the two men stepped into the ring in September of 2012 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Pacquiao lost in a split decision in one of the most controversial endings to a major fight in recent memory, but he will have an opportunity for revenge later this year when him and Bradley fight for the second time on April 12, 2014, per ESPN’s Dan Rafael. [tweet https://twitter.com/danrafaelespn/statuses/427159059146371073 align=”center”]

The two fighters will also receive a large sum of money for the fight, as reported by Rafael.

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Pacquiao’s most recent fight was a unanimous decision victory in 12 rounds over Brandon Rios back in November. The win improved Pacquiao’s professional record to 55-5-2 with 38 knockouts and 17 decisions. Bradley’s latest bout was a victory by split decision over Juan Manuel Marquez in October. The win helped Bradley maintain his undefeated record of 31-0-0 with 12 knockouts and 19 decisions.

Pacquiao-Bradley II will be for the WBO Welterweight Title.