SKY Sports Pay Per View is set to unleash slam-bang boxing action this December and January as it features skirmishes between Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner for the WBA Welterweight title this January 20, and Donnie Nietes and Kazuto Ioka for the vacant WBO Superflyweight Championship this December 31 in Pinoy Pride: Nietes vs. Ioka.
SKY subscribers nationwide who will avail of the “Pacquiao vs. Broner” fight on or before January 4 can enjoy the early bird rate of Php 699, instead of Php 949. The fight airs live, commercial-free, and in high or standard definition with a replay on the same and day right after the live event.
Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) who recently turned 40, is out to prove to the world that he is not yet done as he faces the 29-year old boxer for his 70th fight. This fight also serves as a reunion with his trainer Freddie Roach who confirmed that he has agreed to work again with Pacquiao.
The American boxer Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs), a former four-division titleholder, is hungry for a win since he lost to Mikey Garcia in July 2017, and got a draw in his fight with Vargas last April 21.
Call 418 0000 or your local office or visit www.mysky.com/pacman to subscribe. SKYcable and One SKY Fiber with HD Cable subscribers can also text PACMAN to 23662. SKYdirect postpaid subscribers can text SKY to 23668, while prepaid subscribers can text PPV BOXING
Before Pacquiao’s highly anticipated return to the ring this January, SKY subscribers nationwide can watch the live, commercial-free, and high-definition airing of the Donnie Nietes-Kazuto Ioka battle for the vacant WBO Superflyweight title for only P99.
See if “Ahas,” who is coming from a draw with Aston Palicte, can secure the title over the holidays against the Japanese fighter who won his last fight with Williams Arroyo.
To catch “Pinoy Pride: Nietes vs Loka” live, commercial-free and in standard or high definition on Dec. 31, 6:30PM, subscribe now and watch this for only P99. Call 4180000 or visit mysky.com.ph/boxingppv to subscribe.
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