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Pacquiao determined to repeat KO; SKY Sports airs fight

Experts are confident world boxing’s only eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao is beyond ready to defend his WBA Welterweight title against former four-division world titleholder Adrien Broner this January 20, which will air live on SKY Sports Pay-Per-View.

Pacquiao determined to repeat KO; SKY Sports airs fight
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After the Filipino boxer tasted his first knockout victory in years last 2018 when he fought Matthysse, Pacman (60-7-2, 39 knockouts) returns to the boxing capital of the world, Las Vegas, determined to replicate the feat.

Pacquaio’s consultant, Freddie Roach, and his sparring partner, undefeated Australian contender George Kambosos Jr., both believe that the boxing icon will be too much for Broner to handle.

Even veteran boxing analyst Dennis Principe shared that Broner is not a threat for Pacquaio and he will have an easy time dispatching the American boxer.  

Meanwhile, Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs), is ready to fight his heart out against Pacquaio. He acknowledged that winning against the legendary boxer will be a highlight of his career.

The fight is available to all SKYcable, One SKY, and SKYdirect subscribers nationwide for P949.

By subscribing to the Pacquiao vs Broner PPV, subscribers will have access to the live, commercial-free and in high or standard definition viewing of the Pacquaio vs. Broner and a replay on the same and day right after the live event.

Call 418 0000 or your local office or visit www.mysky.com/pacman to subscribe. Subscribers of SKYcable and One SKY Fiber with HD also text PACMAN to 23662. SKYdirect postpaid subscribers can text SKY to 23668, while prepaid subscribers can text PPV BOXING <BOX ID> to 23667 (available to Globe Prepaid and TM). Meanwhile, One Sky Fiber subscribers who have no access to cable TV may avail of this same offer via SKY On Demand.

 

Topics: Manny Pacquiao , WBA Welterweight , Adrien Broner , SKY Sports Pay-Per-View , Freddie Roach
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