Canelo Alvarez vs Liam Smith : 12 rounds – Junior middleweight division boxing
The Mayweather vs Pacquiao is the much awaited boxing match as it unfolds on Saturday May 02, 2015 9PM ET/6PM PT at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA and live via pay per view (ppv) and sky box office, dubbed as the biggest fight of the century, the battle for greatness between Floyd Mayweather Jr. aka Money who is the Champion and No. 1 P4P against Manny Pacquiao aka Pacman who is the No. 1 and No. 3 P4P for the 12 rounds of Welterweight division boxing match for Mayweather’s RING, WBC and WBA and Pacquiao’s WBO titles as the long wait is over and finally the two gets to face each other mano y mano shattering a new world record in earnings in pay per view (ppv). The Pacquiao vs Mayweather boxing match is a work in progress that paid off and will be the biggest match in boxing history to date as the most anticipated fight happens tomorrow between rivalries that many didn't even think would happen but it did! and Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao fight is estimated to generate $400 million and it will go down in history of boxing as one of the greatest fight ever arrange.
Maywether vs Pacquiao got the unprecedented frenzy when the weigh-in happens earlier something that boxing had never quite seen before as 11,500 hyped-up fans jamming the MGM Grand Garden Arena in the middle of a Vegas afternoon to watch a weigh-in and it’s hard to believe that Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao will fight one another in less than 24 hours as the journey has been long and winding and crazy over the past half decade, as egos and drug tests and God knows what else scuttled apparent agreements and dashed hopes that fans would ever see THE fight of this era. Then, when all the powers that be finally decided that there was too much money on the table to resist, the two camps finally found a way to strike a deal. And what a deal. Mayweather and Pacquiao stand to make well in excess of $100 million each, depending primarily on how high the pay-per-view numbers are. Those who are tracking the buy rate in the days leading up to the fight say that 4 million is a realistic possibility. It's going to be a big fight, because of the money, because of the hype, and because it pits the two best fighters in the world against each other.
And yet, there is this sense among the media that Pacquiao doesn't stand much of a chance. Veteran journalists are scoffing at the notion that he could somehow become the first man to defeat Mayweather in a 19-year career that includes 47 fights. If you do the math the $89.95 (for low-definition) or $99.95 (for high-def) times 4 million equates to a very, very high number and that is staggering my friend. Guess what, with Mayweather at 47-0 and 26 knockouts and Pacquiao with 57-5-2 and 38 KOs they are still among the best fighters in the world. Mayweather, slippage or no slippage, is universally considered No. 1 pound-for-pound. And Pacquiao is as high as No. 3 on some lists. So Saturday night would never be the same when boxing happens as this is not just your ordinary boxing match mumbo jumbo thing but it's a showdown between Money and Pacquiao, sounds like Manny Pacquiao:-)