Manny Pacquiao is set to take on Adrian Broner in what should be a cracking fight for Pacquiao’s WBA welterweight title. The fight takes place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, USA on Saturday night, 19th January 2018. It will be the first time Pacquiao fighting in US in two years and he will be looking to put on a good performance to lure Floyd Mayweather back in the ring for the rematch.
Manny Pacquiao vs Adrian Broner TV Coverage Details: Manny Pacquiao will take on Adrian Broner on Saturday, 19th January 2018 and Showtime will have the fight in the US on PPV. Pacquiao parted ways with TopRank and HBO and he is looking to land another shot at Floyd Mayweather and this fight will serve as oppertunity to lure Mayweather away from retirement. Showtime has promised to produce a loaded undercard for this fight. While many international networks are in talks to get the fight rights as well. We will have more information about undercards, PPV price and international channels showing this fight closer to the fight date.
|COVERAGE STARTS||07:00 pm ET on Showtime PPV. 01:00 am uk time|
|US Coverage||Pacquiao vs Broner will headline potentially loaded fight card and Showtime PPV will have live coverage in the US.|
|International Coverage||BT Sports/BoxNation are likely to get TV rights for this fight in the UK. It will be confirmed in mid december.|
|Undercards||Showtime has promised to put together a very loaded undercard which will be confirmed in coming weeks.|
|Start Time||The undercard coverage begins at around 07:00 pm ET but the main-event won’t be anytime before 11 pm ET.|
|PPV Price:||US viewers can buy the PPV priced at around $64.99 however yet to be confirmed.|
The PPV for this fight will be priced in the range of around 65 to 75 and the exact price will be announced in couple of weeks. Its expensive to say the least for US viewers however there is always a way you can watch the fight live on much cheaper rate through official channels. We will be producing an indepth guide on how to watch Pacquiao vs Broner for US viewers and any other international viewer who don’t have access to live coverage of the fight