He's Baaack...

The return of one of the greatest fighters of this generation, Manny Pacquiao will help fill your business with enthusiastic customers Saturday, November 5th. Hosting pay-per-view events is a fantastic way to showcase your establishment and increase per table spending.

Legend and eight division world champion, Manny Pacquiao returns to action November 5th when he takes on WBO Welterweight Champion Jessie Vargas. This event will be telecast live on pay-per-view from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV. Pacquiao is looking to regain the belt he lost to Floyd Mayweather last year, while Vargas is expecting to make a changing of the guard with a win over "The Pac-Man."

Also on the card, Filipino star Nonito Donair defends his WBO World Super Bantamweight title against undefeated Jessie Magdaleno. WBO World Featherweight Champion Oscar Valdez, who has 18 KOs in 20 fights, battles number one ranked contender Hiroshige Osawa. Kicking off the event will be former Olympic gold medalist Zou Shiming going toe-to-toe with Prasitak Papoem of Thailand.

Your customer service representative can help you with ideas and materials to promote boxing in your bar or nightclub and ensure you are ready to make the most of your fight night experience.

Saturday, November 5th 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT

  • WBO World Welterweight Championship - Manny Pacquiao (58-6-2, 38 KOs) vs. Jessie Vargas (27-1-0, 10 KOs)
  • WBO World Super Bantamweight Championship - Nonito Donaire (37-3, 24 KOs) vs. Jessie Magdaleno (23-0, 17 KOs)
  • World Welterweight Championship - Oscar Valdez (20-0, 18 KOs) vs. Hiroshige Osawa (30-3-4, 19 KOs)
  • Flyweight Bout- Zou Shiming (8-1, 2 KOs) vs. Prasitsak Papoem (30-3-4, 19 KOs)

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