Pacquiao/Margarito 24/7 Episode 3 Now at

Check out now the Pacquiao/Margarito 24/7 episode 3 at The episode was aired last Friday, November 6, 2010. The current episode of the 24/7 from HBO shows how Antonio Margarito brag about how he will hurt Manny Pacquiao on the ring on Saturday night and grab the pride and honor of winning against the highly sensational and popular boxer of the world from the people's champ. It also focus on the training of the two fighters two weeks before the major fight of November.

As predicted, Margarito shows some potential in taking the fight into a highly explosive action-packed exchanges of blows and Pacquiao started to show his deadly strong punches during the sparring sessions two a much taller and with long reach sparring partners. What will happen with Pacquiao vs. Margarito on Saturday night will surely change how will look at both fighters, specially with Margarito. I think he is the one that need that change. Well, later check out to watch Pacquiao vs. Margarito fight live online for free.

Watch Pacquiao/Margarito HBO 24/7 Episode 2 Online

Tonight, October 30, 2010 Saturday night will be the showing of the 2nd episode of the documentary series 24/7 presenting the fighters for the Pacquiao vs. Margarito on November 13, 2010. The 2nd part will surely focus more on Margarito's training and his preparation against an opponent that is on his prime of his life while trying to convince boxing followers his worth of being the opponent for Pacquiao.

If you want to watch 24/7 Pacquiao-Margarito episode 2 immediately, then you might want to visit WATCHPACQUIAO.COM, the no. 1 source of Pac-man's fight online today.

If you want to watch Pacquiao vs. Margarito, check out the article later for that here on this blog to share to you the different stuff on watching it online live for free. For the meantime, you can watch episode 2 of HBO 24/7 below which you can also watch at

Watch out for 24/7 episode 3 on Saturday night!

Pacquiao/Margarito 24/7 Episode 1 Now Online

As I have mentioned on my previous post about  the upcoming documentary show Pacquiao/Margarito 24/7 which premieres last October 23, 2010, part 1 can now be watched online. That's right 24/7 episode 1 can now be watched online via and

Based on what I have seen, episode 1 focuses on the different issues that the two fighters are facing before they have build the championship title match. Pacquiao's issue on PED are featured and Margarito's hardened hand wraps were discussed on the documentary.

Now, I am excited for the 2nd episode of 24/7 which will happen this weekend so stay tune here to point you again to the place to watch 'em. More of Pacquiao vs. Margarito news will be included here on this site later so be here any time to check out updates of the fight.

Here's the video:

Watch Margarito vs. Pacquiao Live Online or Replay, Where? Just Read!

With the big event happening on November 13, 2010, every single boxing enthusiasts and fanatics are already preparing to watch Margarito vs. Pacquiao via different means. Some already reserved for a ticket at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA and some already subscribe for the HBO PPV (pay per view) to watch the event on that channel. Well, me I have a lot of options in watching the fight. I can buy a subscription from HBO if I want to or just watch it in theaters.

However, if you are not in luck to have the chance to go to Texas or get a PPV but you have your internet connection at home then you have a lot of ways to watch Pacquiao vs. Margarito online and that is via live cast shows which are usually available every time that there is a boxing fight like this. SOPCast is the software that I usually use to watch sports online but if you want to watch it online through this method, you need to have a channel / sopcast address to watch it.

Places where you could find channels and list of live broadcasts are from websites like, and These are the common sports portal that almost everyone visit every time that there's Pacquiao fight. Go there now to see for yourself.

Where to Watch Pacquiao vs. Margarito 24/7 Episode 1 Online?

Do you know that HBO will be presenting a four part episodes of the Pacquiao vs. Margarito 24/7 beginning on October 23, 2010 prior to the big fight of the two super welterweight fighters of the world namely Manny Pacquiao (the boxing congressman of the Philippines) and Antonio Margarito (Tijuana's tornado of Mexico)? That's right this award winning documentary series of boxing events will be airing on the said date to give way and prepare the road to the WBC title match of the two. It is expected that the drama series will contain the different controversies that the two faced on the fast years of their boxing career. Such as the PED (performance enhancing drugs) issue and Mayweather saga of Pacquiao. The hardened hand wraps scandals and career redemption for the Mexican Margarito.

Now where to watch Pacquiao/Margarito 24/7 episode 1 online on the 23rd? You can check them on or - both of these sites will possibly provide links/video to watch Pacquiao vs. Margarito later and this documentary series will surely part of their services for sure.

Whew, we are expecting a bloody and full of slugfest on the 13th of November.

Margarito vs Pacquiao is Next In Line

Right after this amazing title defense of Manny Pacquiao against Joshua Clottey last March 13, 2010, the now elected Congressman of the Philippines and 7 title holder boxer will be fighting again for his 8th title against the Mexican assassin, Antonio Margarito. The Pacquiao vs. Margarito match is scheduled to happen this coming November 13, 2010 and despite the unpopularity of Margarito and his previous reputation in boxing world where he was caught 'cheating' still the boxing fanatics are showing their enthusiasm to this fight.

A lot of them are expecting a "one of a hell of a fight" between the two for both of the fighters are known for being such a 'raging bull' inside the ring and aggressive fighters. With strong jaw, Margarito will surely make a fight with the fast and strong punches of the pound for pound king.

Well, let see if what will happen with this Pacquiao vs Margarito fight on the same place where Pacquiao vs Clottey happen, the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Mayweather wins - Still Undefeated!

Floyd Mayweather Jr. successfully conquered the boxing event "Who R U Picking? Mayweather vs. Mosley" after he dominated almost all the rounds of the 12 welterweight-match against Sugar Shane Mosley.

Congratulations to Mayweather!

The question now is if he will fight next Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao but I guess he already answered it in the post fight press conference and post fight interview. He said in simple terms, "No drug test, no fight!" Well it seems that we are dreaming an impossible dream fight for now.

For those who missed the fight, you can watch Mayweather vs. Mosley replay HERE.

Where to Watch Mayweather vs. Mosley and How?

I decided to blog about the upcoming boxing event involving Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Shane Mosley which their fight is scheduled to happen on May 1, 2010 in MGM at Las Vegas, Nevada. Well, I find the Mayweather vs. Mosley to be interesting because I think both fighters are worthy to become the opponent of the current pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao. It simply because both American boxers are equipped with experience and skills in fighting inside the ring. Aside from that Mayweather got a perfect score while Mosley got a very impressive win via KO record.

Now, where to watch Mayweather vs. Mosley live online for free? Here are some of the site that offers this kind of service (this list will be updated during the fight):

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You can find SOPCAST channels, website with video streaming and other tips to watch the fight through the sites mentioned on this article.

Pacquiao vs. Clottey Online Stream

Here's one of the many online stream of the Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey fight.

If this stream stops from working, go to or for more resources.

Watch Pacquiao vs. Clottey Official Weigh-In Replay

Watch the official weigh-in of the boxing event dubbed as "Pacquiao vs. Clottey The Event" which is scheduled to happen in a couple of hours from now. This weigh-in happened just at 6PM Eastern time from the Arlington, Texas' popular football stadium, the Cowboys Stadium.

See how the Filipino community and people from Texas roar in excitement as they witness Joshua "Grandmaster" Clottey face to face with the pound for pound king of the world, Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao.

For a couple of hours, you can find here different links that will provide online streaming, live coverage and delayed telecast of the said fight. Don't you ever miss it guys, you'll gonna love this! :)

Watch Pacquiao vs. Clottey: Road to Dallas Videos

I found this video from Youtube containing the premiere episode of the 30-minute pre-fight countdown for the upcoming fight of Manny Pacquiao against Joshua Clottey in the dubbed "The Event" match on Saturday, March 13, 2010.

I hope you enjoy the video:

Just a sec, I just wondering why HBO produces this instead of the usual HBO 24/7 and why they did it on Mayweather vs. Mosley but not with Pacquiao vs. Clottey. I just don't know why is that way. Does HBO believes that Pacquiao-Clottey match is not that better compared to the Mayweather-Mosley May 1 fight? What do you think? For me, I guess they think this way.

Pacquiao on Jimmy Kimmel Live A Week Before the Fight

Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao will be making a live appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live at ABC tonight at 12:05/11:05c. This is his 2nd time appearance tonight as part of the promotion of his upcoming fight against Joshua Clottey. Last year, if you can still remember, he was also interviewed by Jimmy for his fight against Cotto. This is his interview last year:

I don't know why other people are so concern with how he speaks English. What matter most is he fights well and give pride to the Philippines. Go Pacquiao vs. Clottey!

Mayweather-Mosley versus Pacquiao-Clottey, Who Will Win?

I found this interesting article from saying that the May 1, Mayweather vs. Mosley will outsell the March 13, "The Event" of Pacquiao and Clottey. Here's the whole story, decide and react from this article:

I can’t help thinking that Manny Pacquiao’s promotional team royally screwed up by picking Joshua Clottey as an opponent for Pacquiao to fight next. Because in doing so, it puts Floyd Mayweather in an excellent position to outsell the Pacquiao-Clottey fight by a significant margin. This is in turn will cause Mayweather to demand a bigger slice of the revenue for a fight against Pacquiao in the future. Mayweather would likely feel justified in doing so if he can point to his better numbers for pay-per-view than Pacquiao.

It probably won’t matter how many backsides that Pacquiao’s promotional team put in seats at the Dallas Cowboy stadium on March 13th, the real money will be coming from pay-per-view buys, and if Mayweather does a lot better than Pacquiao, we likely can forget about a future fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao. Unless Pacquiao was willing to accept a smaller slice of the piece below 50%, which I seriously doubt, then we wouldn’t likely be seeing a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight.

I like Pacquiao and think he’s a great fighter, but he can’t do it alone. He needs a big star opposite him to get the kinds of numbers that will outsell Mayweather-Mosley. The choice of Clottey might have been a great idea at the time that he was selected by Pacquiao’s promotional company Top Rank, because Clottey after all fights for Top Rank as does Pacquiao, meaning that the company wouldn’t have to share the profits for a fight with another company. But they needed someone a little better known than Clottey to bring in the huge numbers that would outdo a Mayweather fight.

Clottey just isn’t well known enough to the casual fans to make him someone that fans think could actually beat him. I’ve spoken to number casual boxing fans that often purchase pay-per-view events involving Pacquiao, and in every case, none of them have heard of Clottey. When I ask them if they think he has a chance against Pacquiao, ever one of them said “no.”

When you have a fighter that few people have ever heard of, it takes a lot of marketing to sell the fight to the public. In this case, there will need to be an HBO 24/7 series to try make the unknowing fans aware of who Clottey. But even that won’t likely be enough to cause people to want to buy the Pacquiao-Clottey fight in the kinds of numbers that Mayweather-Mosley fight will be bringing in.

And that’s really unfortunate if that does take place, because it pretty much will seal the fate of a potential Mayweather-Pacquiao bout down the road. In hindsight, Pacquiao’s team should have dug up a super star or a reasonable facsimile thereof. Having Pacquiao-Clottey jammed down our throats is about as appealing as eating a big plate of spinach and liverwurst.

If you were starving for a fight you might watch it, but it’s not the kind of fight that people will look forward to like the Mayweather-Mosley bout. And it won’t likely do nearly as well as the Mayweather-Mosley fight in terms of pay-per-view buys. Source:

Pacquiao vs. Clottey Fight Undercard Diaz vs. Soto?

Latest news today said that possibly Humberto Soto vs. David Diaz would be the fight undercard for the upcomign Pacquiao vs. Clottey to replace the previously reported Margarito-Jones match up. Humberto Soto who has a 50-7-2, 32 KO’s while David Diaz has a 35-2-1, 17 KO’s will be fighting under welterweight category. This is the possible match because Margarito is still waiting for the decision of the Texas Commission regarding his boxing license. If you can remember Margarito was revoked of his license when he fight Shane Mosley a year ago due to the case that Margartio was found with an illegal foreign substance inside his hand wraps before his bout.

As per according to, it will be a win-win situation for the fans if David-Soto will happen because of the exciting fight style of both fighters who were known to be "brawlers."

Well, let just wait for the list of the official undercard when the time comes. I think it will be announced before the February ends.

- Go to for latest news, video fight replays and online boxing streaming.

Salvador Sanchez One of the Undercard Fight of 'The Event'

On a recent news from the, they've announced the fighter that will fill-up the undercard matches for the upcoming Pacquiao vs Clottey 'The Event.' The boxer is the featherweight Salvador Sanchez. Here's the detail of the said report:

Top Rank has signed featherweight Salvador Sanchez who will box on the undercard of the Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey 'The Event' Pay Per View on March 13 at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Bob Arum made the announcement today. Sanchez signed his contract during Top Rank's media tour in Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico this week.

Sanchez, 24, of Mexico has a record of 18-3-2 with eight straight wins. He boxes in the featherweight division and is managed by Grant Elvis Phillips.

"Salvador is so charismatic. He reminds me so much of his uncle who was such a great world champion. Everyone at Top Rank is very excited," Arum said.

Salvador is the nephew and namesake of former WBC featherweight world champion and Hall of Famer Salvador Sanchez. Salvador’s uncle, Salvador Sanchez, had a 44-1 record with 32 knockouts. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1991. In honor of his uncle, Sanchez II wears his trunks and robe in the ring and looks like a throwback to the 80s. Source:

Here's the recent fight of Salvador Sanchez Jr. against Trinidad Mendoza (28-25-2, 20 KO):

Now with this line-up of fights, it will surely make it very interesting and exciting. Right now, Clottey's camp is setting a gym on New York to Florida to prepare the fight and Pacquiao is with Roach's gym preparing too for this big fight.

Pacquiao vs Clotttey: Close and Tough Fight for Pacquiao

I've read this news from ABS-CBN regarding the comment of the people's champ Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao regarding how tough and difficult the upcoming Pacquiao vs Clottey "The Event Match."

Here's what the report said and write your comment below about it:

MANILA, Philippines – It will be tough and it will be close.

World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight champ Manny Pacquiao said he expects his March 13 date with challenger Joshua Clottey to turn out just like the Ghanaian boxer’s match against Miguel Cotto.

“Sa tingin ko pa nga, close ang labang iyon at puwede ring si Ginoong Clottey ang nanalo,” Pacquiao said, referring to the June 2009 fight between Clottey and Cotto.

Cotto got a split-decision win, but many fans felt it could have been gone either way.

“Ganyan din ang dapat kong asahan sa laban namin sa Marso 13,” he added.

Pacquiao said the size and ability of Clottey, who has won 35 fights against 3 losses, makes the Ghanaian fighter a very dangerous foe.

Pacquiao has 50 wins against 3 losses.

Clottey stands 5-feet-8 and is a full welterweight, while Pacquiao, the only boxer to win 7 world titles, is 5-feet-6.5 and last fought at a 145-pound catch weight.

“Naniniwala akong isa siyang mapanganib na kalaban,” said Pacquiao, who has started training at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles, California.

Still in good condition

Pacquiao’s physical conditioning expert, Alex Ariza, meanwhile, said Pacquiao is still in good shape two months after his 12th round TKO victory over Cotto last November.

“He is looking sharp already,” Ariza said in a report by

Trainer Freddie Roach agreed that the Filipino boxer is in “pretty good shape” at 148 lbs.

“We’re gonna start sparring one day earlier than normal and get the rounds in,” Roach said. “We'll have the game plan down by next week.”

Not giving up on Pacman-Floyd

Meanwhile, boxing promoter Oscar de la Hoya said that despite the bitter feud with the Pacquiao camp, he hasn't given up on trying to convince Pacquiao to fight his client Floyd Mayweather.

"That fight has to happen," De la Hoya said Tuesday of the proposed bout, which fell apart earlier this month over a drug-testing procedure dispute. "It's too big not to happen. We just have to cross one hurdle."

Speaking at a news conference Tuesday to promote a non-title junior welterweight fight, de la Hoya said Mayweather and Pacquiao will fight sooner than people think.

Pacquiao, boxing's pound-for-pound king, was already scheduled to square off against Mayweather on March 13, but they couldn't agree on a 10-day gap in the timing of the pre-fight drug tests.

"The public will hopefully make him change his mind," de la Hoya said. "Why would you not want to earn 40 million dollars? Why would you not want to show the public that all this speculation is nonsense? Be the one to stand up and say it."

De la Hoya also said Mayweather and Shane Mosley are in talks for a possible bout on May 1 which will likely be in Las Vegas. Source: ABS-CBN News

Well, I should agree with Pacquiao as his opponent is not an ordinary fighter who he just get as to replace Mayweather but an opponent that can really go the distance with him on the fight. Of course, analysts would say that Clottey got a really small edge to win on this bout but we can't take away the possibility that he can and capable of delivering an upset against the 7 title holder. But if you will asked me, if who among them I will select to win, I'll still go for Pacman!

Pacquiao Clottey Press Conference A Success

The recent Pacquiao - Clottey "The Event" press conference was a success. It is held in the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas last January 19 and over 1,500 fans filled the field as they listen to the jokes :) , and talks of the two fighters. "It was a fun announcement. With the stature of Pacquiao, we're going to be able to put on a unique fight. Manny Pacquiao is boxing's No. 1 pound for pound attraction and the world champion. Manny's title defense against Joshua Clottey is not just a great fight, it is THE EVENT, and one we can showcase to the fullest in Cowboys Stadium. We're going to promote this like it was the Super Bowl. This will be the fight to remember." as said by the owner of the said location of the fight, Jerry Jones as he witness the big event.

Aside from this, Bob Arum also announced that HBO has given the Top Rank Promotions and the Pacquiao vs Clottey "The Event" the right to televised in PPV the said fight of the two welterweight fighters. Of course accompanied by this is a good TV promotions and the legendary documentary series HBO 24/7.

Now where is Mayweather? Latest news said that he might be fighting not on March 13 as he previously brag but on May 1 with Shane Mosley who recently got a canceled fight versus Andre Berto.

Pacquiao vs Clottey Press Conference Set on January 19

The March 13, 2010 fight of Manny Pacquiao and Joshua Clottey is inevitable and they are all set to start their training. In connection with this the promoter and the organizers of this fight set a press conference in Dallas Stadium this coming January 19. Here's the detail of the said upcoming presscon from

Everything is set for the Pacquiao vs. Clottey match on March 13 at Dallas Cowboys Stadium. All terms had been agreed by all concerned parties and the contract is already signed for the pay-per-view fight of Manny Pacquiao and Joshua Clottey.
The Pacquiao vs. Clottey match on March 13 is dubbed as the “The Event” and it will be aired live worldwide on a pay-per-view broadcast.

The official kick-off of the Pacquiao vs. Clottey: The Event match will be a press conference that will be held at Dallas Stadium on January 19, 2010.

Lee Samuels of Top Rank Promotions says it will be a grand press conference. The veteran ring announcer and host Michael Buffer will be hosting the conference and the billionaire and owner of Dallas Stadium will be the speaker for the event.
Organizer of the Pacquiao vs. Clottey press conference lined up exciting events. A total of 50 Cowboys cheerleaders will be present to dance for the audience. Plus a special fireworks display is also expected to happen, afterwards.

Pacquiao will be flying to New York on a private jet for the second press conference that will take place at the Madison Square Garden on January 20. After that, Pacquiao will head straight to train in Los Angeles, California. Pacquiao is expected to make 7 weeks of training at the Wild Card Gym. - Source: PinoyGigs

I will try to look for an online streaming or replay video of the said grand presscon and will share it with you later. (I am excited with this fight.)

Pacquiao-Clottey Fight Possible Classic Match

I found an interesting article today from BleacheReport regarding the possibility that the upcoming Pacquiao vs Clottey welterweight bout will become a classic match that boxing fanatics around the world would never forget. He base this remark on the fighting style of both fighters. On the said article,Clottey was described as have a great counter puncher and possesses nice defenses. Here's what Lorne Scoggins said about Clottey:

(Pacquiao watching the Cotto vs Clottey match)
Joshua Clottey is a rough, tough, genuine welterweight with a rock-solid defense. The 33-year-old boasts a record of 35-3-0 with 20 knockouts.

Stylistically, he relies heavily upon his quick footwork and superb blocking abilities. When attacked, he consistently holds his hands high with elbows tucked in tight to the body. He’s very hard to hit when he’s on his guard.

He’s also impressively resilient. This guy doesn’t run out of gas in the later rounds.

In addition to his boxing abilities, his demeanor inside the ring should provide plenty of quality entertainment. He tends to engage in overly dramatized theatrics at every hint of a foul. Read the original article from BleacherReport.
However, Pacquiao's weird style and evolving fighting skills makes it a great edge for the Filipino fighter. In the conclusion of his article, Lorne said that Clottey can be knocked-out by Pacquiao but not the same with Hatton which is on the earlier round but on the later round of the match.

Now what do you think, will it really happen that Pacquiao will KO Clottey? Let me know your reactions by leaving your comments below or casting your vote on the poll found on the sidebar.

Pacquiao vs Clottey this March 13 at Cowboy Stadium

Manny Pacquiao (50-3-2 38KOs) will be fighting Joshua Clottey (35-3-0 30KOs) this coming March 13, 2010 at the Cowboy Stadium at Dallas, Texas. It is the first boxing that will ever happen to this $1.2 billion stadium. The match will be a 12-round welterweight bout. The match Pacquiao vs Clottey happened because of the failure of negotiating the megafight Pacquiao vs Mayweather.

Long time trainer of the 7-title holder Pacman said that this fight will be an action-packed match. "I wanted Manny in an action fight, and that's what we got with Clottey," said Roach in an interview.

Now, here's the full detail of the much awaited match from spoke with a very excited Bob Arum [CEO for Top Rank] on Sunday afternoon. Arum just closed a deal with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to stage Manny Pacquiao's defense of the WBO welterweight title against Joshua Clottey at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas on March 13. Arum and Top Rank president Todd duBoef flew to Texas on Saturday to meet with Jones. They sat and watched the Cowboys' big win over the Eagles. They plan to scale the venue for a crowd of 50,000 fans.

"We have deal for March 13. Rick, I have to tell you something - this place blew me away. It was the greatest place that I've ever been to. This boxing event will be so memorable for the fans and this not a normal stadium. It's hard to picture it unless you come here and see it for yourself with all of the electronics and the big screens," Arum said to BoxingScene.

There is still no word on HBO's involvement with the pay-per-view. Arum would like to get HBO on board, but he plans to move forward either way.

"We've been with them for a long time and if they want to participate that's fine, but if they don't we have major media companies that are ready to jump on board especially with the Cowboys and everything else," Arum said.

A two day press tour is already in play. Pacquiao-Clottey will have the kick-off press conference on January 18 in Dallas and the next stop on the tour will be in New York on the 19th. He plans to pack the undercard with Hispanic talent. Former welterweight champion Antonio Margarito is one of the fighters they are planning to put on the show. A three fight undercard is being put together for the pay-per-view.

"We're looking to put a lot of Hispanic fighters on the card. Margarito is one of them. I've already spoken with Dickie Cole [Texas Athletic Commission] on when he can apply [for a license]. Roberto Marroquin will definitely be on the show. They love him out here. And Bruce [Top Rank's head matchmaker] will put together some more matches," Arum said.

"There will be three fights underneath Pacquiao vs. Clottey. A press conference is scheduled for the 18th in Dallas and a New York press conference on the 19th. And as part of the deal we made with Jerry, is for them [Cowboys organization] to be involved." -

Now, what can you say about this? Are you excited about this upcoming fight?