Manny Pacquiao vs Joshua Clottey

The Event - World Welterweight Championship

Saturday, March 13

Pacquiao vs Clottey Latest Updates

Analysis and Prediction for Pacquiao vs Clottey

pacquiao vs clottey videosNow that the pesky Pacquiao vs. Mayweather fight that nobody wanted to see is finally dead, it’s time to get down to some real business.

Although, which fighter do you think was actually at fault for that whole…

Just kidding. I think we’ve all had enough of that crap for a while.

Well, the players have changed but the game remains the same—and the name of the game is: Whose ass is Manny Pacquiao gonna kick next?

And our next contestant is…Joshua Clottey!...


Manny Pacquiao vs Joshua Clottey in the Ring

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Manny Pacquiao will face Joshua Clottey in Dallas at Cowboys Stadium on March 13. The super fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is officially dead, as Top Rank CEO Bob Arum said he closed a deal Sunday for Pacquiao to meet Joshua Clottey in the ring. This is the main event of Pacquiao vs. Clottey fight.

Arum said he met former President George W. Bush at the game, who said he would attend the fight if he does not have a speaking engagement that night...


Pacquiao vs Clottey - Big Fight

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When Manny Pacquiao looked down at the crowd from Jerry Jones’s personal suite at Cowboys Stadium, it looked strangely reminiscent of a Roman Emperor in the ancient Coliseum.

The comparisons to the Roman Coliseum continued throughout Tuesday’s news conference to formally announce Pacquiao’s March 13 welterweight title bout against Joshua Clottey.

“It was always in my mind that right here on the star we could put a ring,” Jones said. “And the best fighters in the world could come out and fight and their fans support them.”

Deep-voiced ring announcer Michael Buffer likened Cowboys Stadium to the Roman Coliseum and compared the fighters to gladiators of a different era.

During the news conference that resembled a football pregame show, Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum suggested Cowboys Stadium could replace Madison Square Garden or Caesar’s Palace as the “new mecca of boxing.”