Manny Pacquiao, a boxing icon who has fought a sixty boxing bouts with only 7 loss and two no contest, out of which 36 Pacman fight were all knockouts. As we all know Manny recently left Top Rank, joined the Champions of the Premier, and, in less than two weeks ' time, Pacquiao will take part in a pay- per- view event in Las Vegas, Nevada against WBA Welterweight Champion Adrien Broner (33- 3- 1, 24 KOs).
It is the first US fight of Pacquiao since winning against Jessie Vargas in November 2016, and the debut of Broner as a pay- per- view leader.
On January 19th WBA secondary welterweight title collides with the UFC on ESPN+ inauguration with Cejudo vs. Dillashaw card, Keith Thurman is the real WBA champion and last two Pacquiao fights were respectively on ESPN and ESPN+, and on the top of that, the pay per view cost ($75 Per-View) is more like "go see the UFC event, we don't want that kind of viewers over here."
Manny Pacquiao should realize that nothing he does is going to revive the money that he made from Floyd Mayweather fight, and should definitely set a viewer-friendly price so that he ends up selling a good sum of pay per view compared to what other fighters have sold in 2018 and in early 2019.