Pacquiao vs Mosley on CBS and Showtime PPV

During the past months, Shane Mosley has believed that he is doing the “dirty work” of Floyd Mayweather Jr. by facing Manny Pacquiao although he has no plan of losing to the famous Filipino champ. He said, “I’m certain that there are other opportunities but this is a boxer that can be one of the best fighters in history of boxing. Taking him out can be remarkable. On the other hand, Manny Pacquiao poured over that Shane Mosley had accomplished something, describing him as one of the greatest fighters of his generation. Pacquiao said, “This is the first time that I have encountered a challenger where they are not discussing trash but inside the ring, we have to do our job and forget we’re friends and give everyone an excellent fight.” He is doing his training in the Philippines and at the same time spends precious moment with his family. About three weeks before the fight, he will be in Wild Card Boxing Club and then go to Las Vegas for his fight.

It was announced that the Shane Mosley vs. Manny Pacquiao match will be watched via CBS and Showtime pay-per-view as the replacement of the HBO PPV. Bob Arum and Showtime have decided the airing of the game during the primetime TV. Showtime and CBS will increase their horizon in order to provide promotion and time for this said fight. As compared to HBO, Showtime plus CBS got a bigger amount of viewers and mass publicity is notably great. This will greatly benefit the event and will give more advantages to the industry of boxing. It is expected that the victor of this match is going to face Miguel Cotto. The two boxers are doing their training in order to give a good impression to the viewers on this said event.

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