Pacquiao v Broner: Live coverage / Ring Walks / Undercard / Scorecards
World Boxing News will be live on site tonight covering the Manny Pacquiao v Adrien Broner event from start to finish.
Offering live results, updates and scorecards, WBN has everything covered for the WBA welterweight title clash.
In the co-main event, Badou Jack and Marcus Browne battle it out for a shot at WBC champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk.
Here’s how the full card looks for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
WBA title welterweight
Manny Pacquiao v Adrien Broner
vacant WBC bantamweight title
Rau’shee Warren v Nordine Oubaali
Badou Jack v Marcus Browne
10 – featherweight
Hugo Ruiz v Alberto Guevara
8 – super lightweight
George Kambosos Jnr v Rey Perez
8 – super flyweight
Genisis Libranza v Carlos Buitrago
8 – welterweight
Jayar Inson v Jonathan Steele
6 – super featherweight
Desmond Jarmon v Canton Miller
4 – welterweight
Destyne Butler v David Payne
4 – cruiserweight
Viddal Riley v Mitchell Spangler
With four fights on SHO PPV beginning at 9 pm, Ring walks for the main event are expected to happen anywhere between 11:30 pm and 12:30 pm ET / 8:30 PM to 9.30 PM PT / 4:30am to 5:30 am UK
WBN will be scoring Pacquiao v Broner, Warren v Oubaali and Jack v Browne bouts as they happen.
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ABOUT PACQUIAO VS. BRONER
Pacquiao vs. Broner is headlined by Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao is boxing’s only eight-division world champion.
He is ending his two-year hiatus from a U.S. boxing ring to defend his World Boxing Association Welterweight World Title.
Pacquiao fights against former four-division world champion and must-see attraction Adrien “The Problem” Broner.
The contest happens Saturday, January 19 in the main event of a SHOWTIME PPV® event from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The PPV begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. It will feature two-division world champion Badou Jack. The Mayweather fighter battles unbeaten top-rated contender Marcus Browne. The pair duke it out for the WBA Interim Light Heavyweight Title.
Former world champion Rau’shee Warren taking on France’s Nordine Oubaali for the vacant WBC Bantamweight World Championship.