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After beating Timothy Bradley via a unanimous points decision in April, Manny Pacquiao pledged to retire from boxing. However, five months on, the iconic Filipino returns to the ring to take on Jessie Vargas, with the WBO welterweight title on the line at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday. For Pacquiao, now 37, it’ll be the 67th fight of his decorated professional career; he’s won 58 times, lost on six occasions and drawn twice. Vargas, the champion, has fought 28 times, with his only loss coming against Bradley in June 2015. Here’s a look at some key details ahead of the bout, including a predicted start time and how the bookmakers think this one will go.
Manny Pacquiao comes out of retirement to take a swipe at the WBO Welterweight title with Jessie Vargas this Sunday. Boxing fans in Ghana will not be left out of this action as SuperSport announces it would broadcast live this fight on SuperSport 6HD from 1am from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The weigh-in for Manny Pacquiao-Jessie Vargas begins at 5:30 p.m. ET. Don’t expect anything dramatic or shocking, as Pacquiao always comes in well below the welterweight limit of 147 pounds. And Vargas, perhaps because of his significant underdog status, is supremely motivated for this fight and will likely be in peak condition.
The highly-anticipated return of Manny Pacquiao is inching closer with the Filipino set to take on WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas for the world title at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Saturday. Pacquiao had retired from the sport after his last fight with Timothy Bradley earlier in the year, and joined politics in the Philippines. The boxer then went onto become a Senator in his home country, but that did not deter promoter Bob Arum from approaching him to reconsider his retirement.