Manny Pacquiao 2015 News and Updates
2/20/2015 - Manny Pacquiao will finally have a shot to dethrone Floyd Mayweather as the best boxer in the world. Mayweather just announced that he'll fight Pacquiao on May 2, 2015 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Although Floyd will be picked as the early favorite by many, Manny will be more than ready and up for the challenge. Although he's no longer undefeated, he has won 10 boxing world titles in eight different weight classes. And in his last fight in November, Pacquiao dominated Chris Algieri en route to a unanimous victory. Win or lose vs Mayweather, Pacquiao's excited to bring this fight to boxing fans all over the world who've wanted it for years. Expect Pacquiao vs Mayweather tickets to be some of the hottest of the year.
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Does legendary fighter Manny Pacquiao still have “that killer instinct?” Timothy Bradley doesn’t think so. The two will meet in the ring April 12 after their controversial decision in 2012 at the same location, MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In their first encounter, Bradley became the fourth boxer to defeat Pacquiao; Manny lost in a split decision that drew a colossal uproar from fans. Pacquiao-Bradley II will have massive amounts of buildup as the original meeting left the boxing community in utter disbelief.
Demand for Manny Pacquiao tickets is evident in prices on the secondary market. Pacquiao vs. Bradley tickets are averaging $1,212 with the cheapest ticket listed for $373 (section 204). If you want to be closer to the action, 100 level seating begins at $749 with ringside seats on the floor starting from $2,692.
Manny Pacquiao is 55-5-2 in his professional career today with 38 knockouts and 17 decisions. The congressman in the Philippines has won world titles in eight weight classes. Will we ever see a super fight between Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather? The highly-anticipated showdown may become reality if Pacquiao can prove he still has the instinct and gas to fight the pound-for-pound king. A win against Bradley would help his case, demonstrating that he remains an elite fighter.