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2019年12月23日 category : 未分類 

Manny Pacquiao is set to return to the ring for the first time since winning the WBO welterweight title from Jessie Vargas when he takes on relative unknown Australian boxer Jeff Horn. Horn gets the opportunity to shock the world and conquer Pacquiao facing tens of thousands of his fellow Australians.

Below is Fightful’s record of”The Battle of Brisbane” involving Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn for Pacquiao’s WBO welterweight title.
What’s at stake:

For once in such struggle preview articles, it is not only the fighters who have something at stake. ESPN, who’s broadcasting this fight, is beginning to get back in the boxing match with Golden Boy Promotions holding cards around the community. For the sport of boxing to keep on flourishing, ESPN has to hope for a very good viewership turnout. It’s on primetime tv on the East Coast without a significant competition threatening it.

Boxing’s popularity has seen a constant increase as of late, but it can longer be powerful on the HBO/Showtime platforms. Together with PBC’s success on the significant networks (Fox, CBS, NBC) being mixed at best, ESPN can serve as the next television home for the sport for mainstream crowds now that rumors that the community might also broadcast Vasyl Lomachenko’s next battle. However, this ESPN/boxing experimentation will only operate if Pacquiao and Horn will bring a big enough viewership on Saturday.

As for the boxers, there is a lot at stake. For Pacquiao, his heritage is already set in stone, but with recent comments made by Pacquiao and trainer Freddie Roach currently gets the boxing community speculating about a potential rematch with Floyd Mayweather. In order for that rematch to stand a chance of happening, Pacquiao not only must beat Horn, but defeat him in convincing manner.

Horn has the chance of a lifetime in front of him. Facing more than 50,000 rabid fans sitting in the SunCorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, a record-breaking audience to get a boxing battle in Australia, Horn gets the opportunity to upset Pacquiao and win his first world title. Horn is a large underdog heading into the battle and this really is a humongous step up in competition combating an all time good. Beating Pacquiao could potentially make him among the game’s next superstars at 29 years of age. It’s essentially a no-lose scenario for him, but he could win a whole lot by beating Pacquiao at Australia.

Where to watch:

The battle card, which will take place at SunCorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, will soon be broadcasted on ESPN, beginning at 9 p.m. ET. Here’s the main televised card (ESPN, ESPN Deportes [Spanish-Language Broadcast], WatchESPN, 10 p.m. ET):

Manny Pacquiao (c) vs. Jeff Horn: WBO Welterweight World Title Bout
Jerwin Ancajas (c) vs. Teiru Kinoshita: IBF Junior Bantamweight Title Bout
Michael Conlan vs. Jarrett Owen: Featherweight Bout
Here’s the televised undercard (ESPN, ESPN Deportes [Spanish-Language Broadcast], WatchESPN, 9 p.m. ET):

Shane Mosley, Jr. vs. David Toussaint: Middleweight Bout
Tale of the Tape:

Manny Pacquiao:

Record: 59–6–2 (38 KO)

Height: 5’5.5″

Reach: 67″

Notable wins: Miguel Cotto, Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Juan Manuel Marquez, Erik Morales, Zab Judah

Jeff Horn:

Record: 16-0-1 (11 KO)

Height: 5??? 9???

Reach: 68″

Wins: Ali Funeka, Randall Bailey

Betting Odds (out of Bovada):

Manny Pacquiao: -600 (favorite)

Jeff Horn: +400 (underdog)

Fightful will have live coverage of the ESPN broadcast as well as a post-fight podcast immediately following the ESPN broadcast ends with Carlos Toro and Steven Muehlhausen.

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