How To Watch Manny Pacquiao VS Yordenis Ugas Fight In Philippines
MANNY PACQUIAO – Here’s how to watch the much-awaited bout between Pinoy boxing legend Manny Pacquiao and WBA Welterweight Champion Yordenis Ugas title fight in the Philippines
Filipino professional boxer and senator Manny Pacquiao is set to return to the ring to face late-replacement Yordenis Ugas for a welterweight title. The 35-year-old Cuban boxer is one of the best welterweights in the game. He won bronze for his country at the 2008 Olympic games.
The legendary boxer was originally scheduled to take on WBC and IBF champion Errol Spence Jr. but the American boxer suffered an eye injury and was forced to withdraw. The original opponent of the Cuban boxer also suffered an injury and was forced to withdraw. The Pacquiao-Ugas fight is almost destined.
During the final press conference of the Pacquiao-Ugas fight on Wednesday at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Pacquiao’s trainer Buboy Fernandez said their fight won’t last long because the Pinoy boxer will surely knock him out. He said Pacquiao is a lot faster and stronger than Ugas.
The trainer also shared that Ugas loves to engage and stand toe-to-toe therefore it’s easier for the Pambansang Kamao to throw punches. “Not unless hindi kaya dalhin ni Ugas yung lakas ng ating Pambansang Kamao… miss na miss na natin yung hindi tumatakbo ang kalaban… Kaya tumbahan ito. Sigurado yan,” he said.
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The Cuban boxer who has 2 inches reach advantage and 3 inches height advantage, said he can’t be knocked out in their welterweight title fight. “I’ve done all the work and preparation. Over these past six years, I’ve really been hitting my stride and I don’t think Manny can knock me out,” Ugas said.
Boxing fans can watch the Pacquaio-Ugas fight on TV5 starting 11:00 am via satellite. For those who want to watch it live, they can avail of the pay-per-view via Cignal for P750.
Full view on where to watch their fight on Sunday:
11:00 a.m., live via Upstream PH (P400), Tap Sports (free after account registration)
11:00 a.m., live via Cignal (P750), Sky Cable (P750)
11:00 a.m., via satellite on TV5, GMA, and CNN Philippines
11:00 a.m., live on SuperRadyo DZBB 59.4
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