Pacquiao Fight : Saturday night, the legendary Manny Pacquiao will make the first defense of his secondary WBA welterweight championship since he claimed in July 2018 when he puts it on the line against challenger Adrien Broner. The fight will take place on Showtime pay-per-view, with the main card kicking off the festivities at 9 p.m. ET. With just one day left
Pacquiao vs. Broner viewing information
Date: Saturday, Jan. 19 | Time: 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT)
Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, Nevada
TV: Showtime PPV
Pacquiao Fight LivE
In the co-main event that’s being contested for the WBA silver light heavyweight championship, Badou Jack will earn $500,000 while his opponent, Marcus Browne, comes away with $250,000 for leading everyone into the marquee fight of the evening on Saturday.
As for the remaining two bouts on the PPV portion of the Pacquiao vs. Broner card: Rau’shee Warren will earn $125,000 and Nordine Oubaali $85,000 for their WBC bantamweight title clash, while Jhack Tepora clears $50,000 and Hugo Ruiz $30,000 for their showdown for the interim WBA featherweight championship.
Featherweight: Jhack Tepora (22-0) vs. Hugo Ruiz (38-4)
Bantamweight: Rau’shee Warren (16-2) vs. Nordine Oubaali (14-0)
Light Heavyweight: Badou Jack (22-1-3) vs. Marcus Browne (22-0)
Welterweight: Manny Pacquiao (60-7-2) vs. Adrien Broner (33-3-1)
Yet it’s more likely Pacquiao asserts himself against the man held to a 12-round draw by Jessie Vargas last time out.We are set for the first big boxing showdown of 2019. Saturday night on Showtime pay-per-view (9 p.m. ET), the legendary Manny Pacquiao will make his return to fight in the United States for
“The Problem,” 29, drew against Jessie Vargas in his last bout—Pacquiao beat the same foe via unanimous decision in November 2016—and lost to Mikey Garcia prior to that, with the American under pressure to impress in Vegas this weekend.
Saturday’s showdown is a tough one to call in that Pac-Man—now in his fourth decade and approaching his 24th anniversary as a professional fighter—is drawing to an inevitable close in his career,