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The bout was initially announced in January 2017. However, by the next month the fight was in doubt. Pacquiao decided to fight Amir Khan in the United Arab Emirates, but the fight fell through. Pacquiao-Khan is now possible to take place in November 2017.

The fight was finalized in April 2017.[5] The fight is financed by the city of Brisbane and the Queensland government. Some in the media have questioned the quality of the match-up

One of boxing’s all-time greats will be on free television (ESPN) later this evening (Sat., July 1, 2017) when Manny Pacquiao faces Australian former Olympian Jeff Horn inside Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia. The card will also feature IBF Super Flyweight Champion Jerwin Ancajas in his second title defense, as well as Light Heavyweight prospect Umar Salamov. The main event is the real show, of course, so let’s take a closer look at it.

Horn vs Pacquiao 2017 : Australian Jeff “The Hornet” Horn about To shock Manny Pacquiao In Brisbane written by: DrScribe The iconic, award-winning, celebrated Filipino Manny Pacquiao faces a special challenge this Saturday. Manny Pacquiao, now aged 38 years, will be facing his welterweight challenger Jeff Horn in front of the largest crowd that Manny has ever boxed in front of at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia, for the WBO Welterweight title. This being a big fight, Suncorp had to apply for a permit to increase the capacity upwards of 60,000 with the many Philippines who live in Australia queuing in alongside Australians to watch the fight of the two countries.

This owes to the fact that Australians view this as the biggest event in Australia’s boxing history having Horn, an Australian, battle the legendary Pacquiao. This will be Manny’s third fight since 2015 when he faced Floyd “Money” Mayweather. The other two matches were against Timothy Bradley Jr., whom he defeated in 2016 in a 2-0 bout and a win over Jessie Vargas that saw Manny reclaim the WBO welterweight title belt.The fight is set to take place on Saturday 2nd July 2017.

Jeff “The Hornet” Horn, 29, enters this big money fight with an undefeated record despite having never fight outside Oceania but has won against Ali Funeka and Randall Bailey whom most feels were aging contenders. Nevertheless, this will set a pedestal record to him whether or not he emerges as the winner in his bout against Pacquiao, the outcome of this match at the last bell ringing leaves him the winner. This is so as he bags this record in his career best fight chest box, an average boxer being watched by millions in the world and talked of in a similar tone as this legendary fighter. If he pulls a win out of this, his star will but shine brighter.

For viewers in the UK and Ireland the TV action will start at 2am Sunday morning on BoxNation. It will be available to live stream for subscribers of ESPN and BoxNation. The undercard is a tasty one too. Highly touted Irishman Michael Conlan continues his journey in the pro ranks in his third pro fight against local Brisbane fighter Jarrett Owen.

Regarding the headliner, it will mark the first time that Manny Pacquiao has not boxed on pay per view tonight in more than a decade and is expected to draw a significant audience on ESPN in the US and internationally in Australia. There will also be another world title fight on the undercard between Teiru Kinoshita and Jerwin Ancajas for the IBF world super-flyweight title. The event will take place at the Suncorp stadium. Here’s a taste of how fight week went in Australia ahead of tonight:

A win for the Filipino could possibly pave way for Pacquiao to consider fighting British boxer Amir Khan or even have that possible dream rematch against Mayweather. However, we repeat that only on the occasion of a win, can these possibilities arise.

Pacquiao may be entering this match at the back of a Unanimous Decision (UD) win against Jessie Vargas in November 2016, but the fact remains that Horn is an explosive striker, fierce enough to cause major damage within the first five rounds itself.

Horn enters this match at the back of two Technical KnockOut (TKO) victories. He defeated Rico Mueller in the ninth round in October 2016 and then, went ahead to defeat Ali Funeka in the sixth round in December 2016.

Horn is undefeated, but the former school teacher hasn’t beaten anyone truly notable. He has however shown what he can do to an opponent should he land a clean blow, with 11 of his 16 wins coming via knockouts. The Australian will be the aggressor against Pacquiao and will look to overwhelm the Filipino with a high output of punches.

However, Horn is criminally inexperienced compared to Pacquiao, and has found him vulnerable to getting hit when he loads up his shots. With Pacquiao’s ability to land shots from any angle he chooses, it could end badly for Horn should he decide to push forward.

Prediction Not many people outside of Jeff Horn’s own camp are giving him much of a chance, but at 4-1 the odds are still reasonably close given the difference between the two fighters. The only thing that Horn really has over Pacquiao is power and that will be his best chance to winning the fight – landing some power shots clean. That’s much easier said than done and even is Pacquiao is dragged into a firefight, chances are Horn will come off second best