The welterweight champion is here Participate in the latest boxing PPV on Saturday nightThe immortal miracle Manny Pacquiao will re-chall the current WBA champion in the main event where Pacquiao (Pacquiao) defeated Keith Thurman (Keith Thurman) won the title two years ago. Yordenis Ugas. Now, after WBC and IBF champion Errol Spence Jr. was forced to withdraw from the game with Pacquiao after a torn retina in training camp, the two will unify their titles.
Urgas vs. Pacquiao may actually be better than Pacquiao vs. Spencer, if the box office is not attractive. Pacquiao is still one of the biggest stars in the sport after three consecutive victories in this game.
At the same time, Ugas is not a person who can be monitored. Since 2015, the 35-year-old Cuban has lost only one of 12 tournaments, and the only loss was caused by Sean Porter’s fight for the vacant WBC title. He defeated the best players in the world with a weight of 147 pounds, including defeats against Jamal James, Thomas Dulom, Ray Robinson, Omar Figueroa Jr. and Abel Ramos.
The hole cards are well filled with a good combination of veterans and potential talents. Robert Guerrero challenged Victor Ortiz in the lightweight division, Marc Magsayo played against former champion Julio Seja in the featherweight championship knockout round, Carlos Castro faced Oscar in the featherweight division Canton, start the game.
There is nothing more interesting than having a little money online to make a big battle. Caesars sports betting allows you to understand the various angles of Pacquiao and Urgas, allowing you to participate in the game. We will provide you with some options for you to consider using this card, including picks for the main event and hole card conflicts with some familiar names. Let us now take a closer look at these options.
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Robert Guerrero-130 vs. Victor Ortiz
It is undeniable how strange this battle is. Both Guerrero and Ortiz have passed their peak for about ten years. Guerrero has played three games since 2017, although he has won all three games against low-level opponents. Ortiz has not participated in the competition since February 2018, where he fought fiercely with Devon Alexander, which is contrary to Ortiz’s abandonment of his reputation in the tough battle.
In fact, due to the diversity of the unknown, this is a difficult battle. Ortiz, like Guerrero, hasn’t played for a while, even though he has played longer than Ortiz recently. Frankly speaking, this is a kind of gambling and the best option may be just to stay away from the fight. But with Ugas being called to the main event, there is little chance of picking for undercard battles with interesting odds.
Guerrero-150 seems to be a safer game here. Even at his peak, Ortiz was a capricious fighter, prone to good moves and spectacular implosion. Guerrero is more active, and his recent scheduled battle has not been cancelled due to allegations of sexual assault, just like Ortiz. With all this in mind, if you are eager to pay a little more to appreciate the circus, Guerrero’s loser line is your best choice.
Manny Pacquiao passes +120 to decide against Yordenis Ugas
Pacquiao is nowhere near his best fighter. In fact, he may not be as good as he was when he defeated Keith Thurman in July 2019 to become the WBA welterweight champion. Even so, Pacquiao is an exceptionally good fighter, accustomed to the world championship battle on the big stage. Pacquiao is currently regaining the WBA title from Ugas-360 favorite. Through Pacquiao’s inactivity and WBA’s attempt to combine the three-belt united battle, Ugas was promoted from a “regular” champion to the WBA. Between “Super” champion Urgas and Spencer.
Urgas has a lot of talent, and of course he has the ability to defeat Pacquiao. Ugas may-perhaps should-have 12 consecutive victories. His only loss during that time was when he lost to Shawn Porter in the debate. The referee did not give Ugas a card against Porter, which shows that Ugas has some annoying problems. In his most recent game, Urgas won a split decision against Abel Ramos. Two scorecards in the game were 115-113 Urgas and the other 117. -111 Ramos.In fact, Urgas won exist Minimal 10 of the 12 rounds of that battle.
The sad reality in boxing is that close-sometimes not so close-rounds are usually obscured by boxers with bigger names and stronger promotional support. If Ugas struggled to get the round he deserved in the game against Porter and Ramos, it would be easy to see the same thing happen to Pacquiao. With the +120 decision, this is enough to add a little extra value to Pacquiao’s already attractive route.