Great Manny Pacquiao returns to the ring this weekend when he faces Yordenis Ugas For the WBA welterweight title.
Pacquiao, now 42 and with 62 wins in 71 professional fights, has not fought since his victory over Keith Thurman in July 2019.
Manny Pacquiao Yordenis faces Ugas this weekend
He was scheduled to face legendary Filipino-American Errol Spence Jr. at the WBC and IBF Middleweight Championships.
But The Truth was forced to withdraw from the fight after sustaining an injury to his left eye.
Today, Cuban “54 Milagros” Ugas came off the bottom card to defend his title against Pacquiao.
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The 12-round welterweight title fight will be held Saturday August 21 It takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The paces at Pacquiao v Ugas are expected to begin at 5am on Sunday morning UK time.
Tonight’s events will air on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action from 2am on Sunday.
Sky Sports customers can stream this live broadcast through the Sky app using mobile devices, tablets or computers.
You can also buy the Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
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Manny Pacquiao has hinted that he may retire after putting in a “spectacular performance” against the Ugas.
Pacquiao said, “I feel great. My team has complete confidence in my abilities even at 42 and they find that I still have what it takes to take on elite level opponents.
“Although the payback period of a 42-year-old fighter is different from that of a 25-year-old fighter, I still love what I do. I love working out and learning more about myself every day.
“Everything is top secret of course. I’m training and challenging myself every day and it’s inspired me to do my best because this could be my last fight.
“I didn’t make any predictions. I always step into the ring ready and ready for anything.
“Everything is on the line because this might be my last fight. I might also finish the race with an amazing performance.
“The legacies are subjective in the minds of the fans. Of course, a victory for me after such a long time would be very beautiful for my country and my family.”
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