Famous People Named Bradley
Take a look at famous people named Bradley, such as Bill Bradley, Omar Bradley, and Milton Bradley.
Boxer / 1983 -
Timothy Bradley is an American boxing champion, who has won WBO and WBC titles. In June 2012, Bradley won a bout against multi-title champion Manny Pacquioa, spurring disbelief among thousands of fans and wide media speculation.
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profile name: Omar Bradley profile occupation: General
profile id: 201304
profile name: Ed Bradley profile occupation: News Anchor
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profile name: Tom Bradley profile occupation: Police Officer, Lawyer, Mayor
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profile name: Bill Bradley profile occupation: Basketball Player, U.S. Representative
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profile name: Milton Bradley profile occupation: Entrepreneur
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profile name: Timothy Bradley profile occupation: Boxer
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