Hundreds of members of the boxing community have given their input, from well-known media figures and commentators to current champions and ring announcers, as WBN plans a running total of how the sports’ masses see the fight unfolding.
The predictions will be posted on site from such names as Micky Ward, Ricky Hatton, Lou DiBella, Barry McGuigan, Mauricio Sulaiman, Marcos Maidana, Brandon Rios, Tony Bellew, Arthur Abraham, Carl Frampton, Leo Santa Cruz, Martin Murray, Kell Brook, Ruslan Provodnikov, George Groves, Antonio Tarver, Paulie Malignaggi, Ray Mancini, John Ruiz, Adonis Stevenson, Gennady Golovkin and many more have given their views to World Boxing News on how they see the pay-per-view mega-fight panning out.
Three world titles will be on the line next weekend as welterweight champions Mayweather and his long-time nemesis Pacquiao trade blows in what is the most anticipated bout of all time at the sold out MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Six years in the making, WBC and WBA title holder Mayweather puts his perfect 47-0 record on the line against WBO champion Pacquiao, a world title holder in seven weight divisions and certainly the pound for pound king’s toughest test to date.
Keep an eye out on the WBN website once from Monday as the boxing fraternity give readers a fascinating insight into the fight that is set to decide once and for all who this generation’s most dominant force is.