Manny Pacquiao vs Jeff Horn Fight Replay Full Video




The Manny Pacquiao vs Jeff Horn Fight Replay Full Video will be on live streaming and 100 percent free to watch this coming July 2, 2017 (Sunday morning Philippine local time) at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland.


Event: Manny Pacquiao vs Jeff Horn

When: July 2, 2017

Fight time: 9:45 p.m. ET / PT

Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland

Championship: WBO World welterweight title

Rounds: 12

Fight Result: Jeff Horn Wins over Manny Pacquiao via UD

Fight Video:



Fight Card:

  1. Manny Pacquiao (c) vs. Jeff Horn
  2. Jerwin Ancajas (c) vs. Teiru Kinoshita
  3. Umar Salamov (c) vs. Damien Hooper
  4. Shane Mosley Jr vs. David Toussaint
  5. Jonel Dapidran vs. Brent Dames
  6. Michael Conlan vs. Jarrett Owen
  7. Brock Jarvis vs. Rasmanudin

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38-year-old Pacquiao (59-6-2, 38 KOs), is coming off impressive wins over former champions Jessie Vargas and Timothy Bradley and is now in his third reign as WBO welterweight champion. Horn (16-0-1, 11 KOs), who will be fighting in his hometown of Brisbane, enters this clash having won his last three fights - all in 2016 - against Ali Funeka, Rico Mueller and Randall Bailey inside the distance. The 29-year-old goes into the fight extremely confident and will be looking for the record crowd to spur him on to victory on July 1st against the legendary Filipino.

Horn has vowed to end Manny Pacquiao’s reign as champion in a fight taking place on the other side of the world.

The Australian has enjoyed some excellent sparring sessions ahead of his biggest fight to date, includinga 12-round gym war at Stretton with world No. 4 junior-welterweight (63kg) fighter Czar Amonsot.

ESPN will be broadcasting the fight, despite rumours suggesting HBO had secured the event.

And the president John Skipper called the bout “a significant moment for ESPN and for boxing fans.”

Australian welterweight Jeff Horn will fight the legendary Manny Pacquiao in April but his promoter Duco Events is now on a mission to ensure the bout takes place on home soil.

Horn has been locked in to face Pacquiao on Sunday, 23 April, Duco confirmed on Wednesday. But the venue for the fight is up in the air, with Australia’s major cities and even the Middle East and United States under consideration – depending on who can come up with the funding.

“I would expect 3-4000 Filipinos to fly from the Philippines for this fight down under,” Arum said. “It will be the biggest fight in Australian history but, until the money is secured, we have to keep our options open, including looking at the Middle East and USA.”

Horn (16-0-1) is a former schoolteacher who first took up fighting to protect himself from bullies. He fought at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and has quickly risen through the ranks as a professional, sitting at No2 in the WBO’s welterweight rankings.

Pacquiao, 38, is the WBO champion in that division and has a 59-6-2 record, while also juggling a career as a senator in the Philippines.

Horn – who is a decade younger – has already been installed as a rank outsider by bookmakers but believes he has what it takes to beat Pacquiao. His trainer, Glenn Rushton, said it would be a “tragedy” if the fight happened anywhere other than Brisbane.

“We really hope the Queensland government and so forth will feel the same way,” he said. “It just makes sense, but also for the future. This can reinvigorate boxing in Australia.”

Top Rank boss Bob Arum can’t wait for the exciting card and has tipped Pacquiao to come out victorious in the main event. “Manny has been a pioneer, bringing world title fights to Cowboys Stadium, The Venetian Macao's Cotai Arena and now Suncorp Stadium. We're boxing's version of Lewis & Clark, discovering new markets," said Hall of Fame promoter Arum. "Manny knows who will be the crowd favourite on July 1st, but he can't wait to give Australia and the world a great performance. It's going to be an unbelievable event.”

Manny Pacquiao (59-6-2) will next step in the ring against Jeff Horn (16-0-1) in Brisbane, Australia, on July 2 locally, and July 1 in the United States.

On Monday, it was officially announced that the fight will air on ESPN rather than on pay-per-view.

"Working with Top Rank on a match normally seen on pay-per-view is a significant moment for ESPN and for boxing fans," ESPN president John Skipper said, per Dan Rafael of ESPN.com. "This fight, along with ESPN's in-depth programming surrounding the fight, joins Wimbledon, Home Run Derby and the ESPYS in a stellar early July programming lineup."

Pac-Man will defend his welterweight world title in the bout.

"The world has followed amazing Manny since he burst onto the scene in his U.S. debut in 2001, where he knocked out Lehlo Ledwaba to win his second of a record eight division world titles," Arum said. "We are excited that ESPN will air this fight throughout the U.S. in both English and Spanish. It's going to be an unbelievable event."

Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times noted there was an initial push from Pacquiao and his manager, Michael Koncz, to fight Amir Khan, but there was never a financial agreement put in place. Promoter Bob Arum did grant a fight against Khan could still happen in November.

Pacquiao will have to deal with a home crowd for Horn, who was an Australian Olympian in 2012.

Arum discussed Horn matching up with the Philippine native, per Rafael, "He's a good fighter. Does he beat Manny? Probably not, but he's going to give him a good fight. He has a very pleasing personality."

Queensland's champion boxer Jeff Horn will take on world champion Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday, 2 July 2017.

The Filipino legend's welterweight world title defense against Jeff Horn, along with the rest of the card, will air live on ESPN beginning at 9 p.m. ET on July 1 from Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, after promoter Top Rank and the network made a deal.

It will be the first time that a Pacquiao fight will air live on basic cable and is his first non-pay-per-view fight since he knocked out Hector Velazquez on HBO in September 2005.

Top Rank chairman Bob Arum, whose Top Rank Boxing series was a staple of ESPN programming from the 1980s through the mid-1990s, said he was excited to make the deal.

"The world has followed amazing Manny since he burst onto the scene in his U.S. debut in 2001, where he knocked out Lehlo Ledwaba to win his second of a record eight division world titles," Arum said. "We are excited that ESPN will air this fight throughout the U.S. in both English and Spanish. It's going to be an unbelievable event."

Jerwin Ancajas (26-1-1, 17 KOs), 25, of the Philippines, the first world titleholder promoted by Pacquiao's MP Promotions, will make his second defense of his 115-pound crown against Teiru Kinoshita (25-1-1, 8 KOs), 31, the mandatory challenger from Japan, in the co-feature, followed by Pacquiao-Horn.

Manny Pacquiao has been one of the biggest global sports stars of his era, setting attendance and pay-per-view records for over the past decade.

This is followed by a Featherweight six-round bout between Ireland’s Michael Conlan and Aussie favourite Jarrett Owen.

Then it’s Jerwin Ancajas against Japan’s Teiru Kinoshita for the IBF World Junior Bantamweight Title.

So, what's up for this fight? Just stay tuned and you can bookmark this page for more updates in the coming Manny Pacquiao vs Jeff Horn Fight.


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