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Longtime trainer of Manny Pacquiao is not a fan of Mayweather and made it vocal to media on Monday. “Our long international boxing nightmare will soon be over,…Boxing has been held hostage by Floyd Mayweather and his antics long enough.” explained Roach. Roach equates Mayweather to nothing more than a
Not into paying $100 for the three fight pay-per-view on Saturday night that is Mayweather-Pacquiao? Well, you’re in luck, Mexico will broadcast the fight for free via two major networks the WBC told TMZ Sports. Both Televisa and and Azteca will broadcast the fight for FREE, YES, FREE in Mexico.
As reported first by Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated, Golden Boy Promotions is prepping a lawsuit against Al Haymon and Waddell and Reed, a major financial backer of the Premier Boxing Champions launch and Haymon’s foray into boxing. From the contextual information relayed in the Mannix article, Golden Boy is seeking
Manny Pacquiao will host a free fan rally celebrating the kickoff of Fight Week for his May 2nd welterweight battle against undefeated Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. The event will happen Tuesday, April 28, at Mandalay Bay in Bayside C, located on the first floor of the South Convention Center, beginning
Floyd Mayweather will make his “grand arrival” at 3PM tomorrow (Tuesday, April 28) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Leo Santa Cruz and others will also be in attendance. The event will be hosted by entertainment personality Doug E. Fresh with performances by stand-up comedian Ricky Smiley
Photos: Mikey Williams/Top Rank The first signs of the big fight have hit the internet late Monday night as Manny Pacquiao arrives in Las Vegas to a flood of media in front of the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
A full lineup of present and future boxing stars is set to entertain the MGM Grand Garden Arena crowd in pay-per-view and non-televised action before the history-making welterweight showdown between Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao on Saturday, May 2. The pay-per-view undercard is topped by a pair
PPV Main Event – Welterweight Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquaio WBO Featherweight Title Vasyl Lomachenko (c) vs. Gamalier Rodriguez WBC Super Bantamweight Title Leo Santa Cruz (c) Anthony Settoul Undercard (not officially announced where it will be broadcast) Super Middleweight bout Jesse Hart vs. Mike Jimenez