Boxing enthusiasts already have their bets as the bout between Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and Adrien “The Problem” Broner draws near, which can be seen in the Middle East via Pay Per View on Jan. 20, brought exclusively by Showtime and The Filipino Channel.
The eight-division titleholder Pacquiao will defend his WBA (Regular) Welterweight title against the four-division titleholder Broner, with boxing fans expecting a knockout result.
Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 knockouts) is training again at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles owned by his long-time coach and now consultant Freddie Roach. His training is closely monitored by Roach and Pacquiao’s head coach Buboy Fernandez, ABS-CBN Sports reported.
On the other hand, Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) has never been this focused and is giving his 100 percent in the training for the bout, said his coach Kevin Cunningham in an article by Independent.co.uk.
As the opponents show grit more than a week before the match, spectators look forward to witnessing a gripping and all-out fight from the two boxers.
Watch the Pacquiao vs. Broner fight on Jan. 20 at 5 a.m. (KSA) and 6 a.m. (DXB).
Watch it live via Pay Per View on TFC Online ( www.TFC.tv) by subscribing for only AED 40. Also available on OSN, eLife, and Ooredoo.
For OSN, get the Pacquiao vs. Broner PPV for free by subscribing or renewing to OSN Pinoy Packages. It can also be seen by paying for OSN PPV for only USD 20 (AED 70). Kindly contact the following numbers: UAE (+97143677411); KSA (+966 11 4796531); KWT (+965 24370044); JOR (+962 65506401); BAH (+973 173 17407); and QAT (+974 4031 0046).
For eLife, catch it on PPV channel 436 by subscribing for only USD 20 (AED 70). To subscribe, contact 101 or 800 101.
Also catch it on Ooreedo by subscribing to PPV for only USD 20 (QAR 70). Contact their hotline number 111 to subscribe.
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