The Fight of the Year – Pacquiao vs Mayweather


The world biggest and most expected fight is finally coming to an end this Saturday, May 2nd, when Floyd Mayweather faces Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

The fight between the two boxing Titans; Pacquiao, eight division world champion and, undefeated five division world champion “Money” Mayweahter, for the Unified WBA (Super), WBC, WBO, and The Ring welterweight titles, is been call the “Battle for Greatness” and the “Fight of the Century”.

The negotiations started back in 2009, but after many delays, renegotiations and problems between the fighters, coaches and managers everything is ready for the fight every boxing fan is been waiting to be part off and witness the fight that will make history in the books of the sport.

The stakes and sportsbook odds are on the move and getting hotter by the minute. Looselines Sportsbook, including many in the industry have Floyd Mayweather as favorite at -200 while Manny Pacquiao remains the underdog at +170. If you want to check more updated sportsbook odds and props at Looselines follow this link

Both boxers appeared to be focus and conserving energy for Saturday’s fight. They spoke Wednesday evening on the pre–fight press conference and traded complements instead of jabs and punches against each other during the “stare – down photo”.

Pacquiao “Everything I have accomplished, God has given me this strength. I used to sleep in the street, hungry, and I cannot imagine that the Lord raised me to this level of life.”

Mayweahter “the biggest fight in boxing history and I’m a part of it so that’s a great thing. I’m just truly, truly blessed to be where I’m at. I feel good, I feel strong and I’ll see you guys Saturday. ”

Let’s take a look at both fighters records and stats that can help you make your decision on your sportsbook action, if you are going to take some for Saturday.


If you haven’t check the sportsbook lines and props all you need to do is visit Looselines Sportsbook for more updated information and odds. Don’t miss the action.

By Andrew Smith


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