Boxing Odds – Manny Pacquiao is out for Blood when get’s back into Ring


Ready for one hell of a knockout event? If you’re a boxing betting fan, you’ll want to pay attention to this. Manny Pacquiao is stepping back into the ring this November in what could be boxing’s biggest event in recent memory. It’s not just who’s fighting that’s key here. It’s where it’s happening, Let’s take a look at Boxing Odds. .

Boxing OddsSportsbook betting fans will agree that Pacquiao’s record is impressive. The Boxing Writers Association of America, the World Boxing Organization, and the World Boxing Council all named him the Fighter of the Decade for the 2000s. Pacquiao is also a three-time Fighter of the Year, claiming the title in 2006, 2008, and 2009. And he won the Best Fighter ESPY Award between 2009 and 2011.

Not impressive enough? His record includes 54 wins, with 38 of them won by KO. In his 61 career fights, he’s only sustained fives losses and two draws. Those numbers would make anyone checking out boxing odds pretty happy.

Boxing Odds Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao -400
Boxing Odds Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios +300

Still, even with all those awards and wins, is his recent performance inside the ring that stands out. And it stands out in a negative way. Pacquaio has sustained quite a few losses, including a big one in June 2012 when he lost to Timothy Bradley. Last December, Pacquiao fans were stunned again when he was knocked out by Juan Manual Marquez. But even with his string of losses, Manny continues to be one of the biggest attractions in boxing. For Filipinos, there’s no bigger hero.

On Monday, Pacquiao confirmed that he’s heading back to the ring to fight Brandon Rios, an American boxer, seeking redemption from all those losses. That won’t be an easy feat. Rios has suffered just one loss and one draw in his 33 total career fights.

And while the fight is going down at the Venetian Resort Hotel, it’s not the Venetian you’re thinking. For the Rios vs. Pacquiao match, Vegas is out and Maccau is in. And Maccau is a massive stage. It’s estimated that over 300 million people in China alone watched the April matchup at the Venetian between Zoup Shiming, a two-time Chinese Olympian. That was the first match, and with PPV now on smartphones and tablets, this matchup will likely be even bigger.

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