Pacquiao returns to the ring in a long-awaited clash with his successor, Jordanis Ugas, in Las Vegas. His opponent holds the WBA welterweight world title where Pacquiao was stripped for “inactivity”.

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao will take on Jordanis Ugas for the welterweight world title tonight, aiming to end his two-year absence from the ring with a victory.

The Filipino has a great career and defeated American Keith Thurman in the previous great contest in 2019, and he regains his world title belt stripped by the WBA after that night. I am aiming for.

He was set to face a unified champion Errol Spence The long-awaited Super Fight in Las Vegas, but the Americans were forced to withdraw from the contest after suffering eye injuries in a build-up that handed Ugas a step up from the joint main event. ..

With high stakes on the line, Pacquiao wins as Pacquiao is approaching the twilight year of his illustrious career and many in the boxing world are asking if he can challenge his age once. Knows that he can continue his last push for further glory, again as the story of his retirement continues to ring.

Here’s everything you need to know before Pacquiao’s long-awaited ring return …


The main event is likely to start at 5am in the UK and the fighters are set to ringwalk in Las Vegas from 4:30 am to 4:45 am.

The explosive undercard is promised before the main event, which begins around 2 am when the UK broadcast begins.


The event will be broadcast live Sky sports In the UK, on ​​Sunday morning at 2am on channels Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action.

Sky Sports customers can livestream this as part of their sports subscription via the Sky app using their mobile, tablet, or computer device.

Viewers can also buy NowTV’s Sky Sports Day Pass is here for £ 9.99..


Manny Pacquiao vs Jordenis Ugas-WBA “Super” Welterweight World Title

Mark Magsayo vs Julio Ceja

Carlos Castro v Oscar Escandon-Vacant WBC Continental American Featherweight Title

Victor Ortiz v Robert Guerrero

Frank Martin v Ryan Kieltsweski

Jose Barrens Ella vs. Donte Strayhorn

John Dato vs Angel Antonio Contreras

Stephen Torres vs Justin Rolf

Burley Brooks v Cameron Seville Rivera

Mickel Clements v Elysseobijarobos


Pacquiao 1/4

Draw 20/1

Ugas 3/1


Pacquiao: “I didn’t like someone robbing me of my belt without challenging me in the ring. We are both champions, but after Saturday we can see who has the belt.

“It took me only two days to get used to the fight against Ugas. I have fought many right-handed fighters before. Switching from right-handed preparation to southpaw was more difficult. Probably.

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