Boxing great Manny Pacquiao makes his highly-anticipated return to the ring tomorrow night in a WBA super welterweight title bout against Yordenis Ugas. This is the Filipino star’s first bout since his win over Keith Thurman in July 2019, while the Cuban-born Ugas heads into the fight as a last-minute replacement for Errol Spence, who had to drop out due to injury. Manny Pacquiao vs. Yordenis Ugas Live Stream: How to Watch WBA Title Fight Online
Pacquiao is considered one of the all-time greats in boxing and the Filipino legend takes on a hungry Yordenis Ugas in a WBA super welterweight title bout
The Pacquiao vs. Ugas fight is an exclusive pay-per-view (PPV) event that you can stream on FiteTV. Pricing for the Pacquiao vs. Ugas PPV is $74.99.
Pacquiao vs. Ugas Start Time, Tickets
The Manny Pacquiao vs. Yordenis Ugas fight takes place tomorrow, Saturday, August 21 at 9pm EST / 6pm PST. The boxing match airs live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
In-person attendance is happening for the fight, and tickets for the Pacquiao vs. Ugas are still available on VividSeats. Select your seats and get an instant download of a digital ticket that you can present at the door.
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How to Watch Pacquiao vs. Ugas Live Stream Online
Can’t make it out to Vegas to watch Pacquiao vs. Ugas live? You can catch the action from home as part of a FOX Sports PBC pay-per-view live stream.
The PPV price is $74.99 and gets you instant access to stream the fight live online via FITE.tv. Your PPV purchase lets you live stream Pacquiao vs. Ugas on your computer, tablet or phone. You can also cast the action onto your connected TV set to watch Pacquiao vs. Ugas live on TV.
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How to Watch Pacquiao vs. Ugas Online Free
The Pacquiao vs. Ugas fight is an exclusive FOX PPV event, so there isn’t a way to watch the fight online free. However, your purchase on FITE.tv gets you unlimited free replays of the fight until November 22, 2021. You can also watch a free Spanish-language stream of the Pacquiao vs. Ugas fight and get free streaming of the press conference and behind-the-scenes analysis with your PPV purchase. Pacquiao vs. Ugas Fight Card, Odds
Pacquiao is considered one of the all-time greats in boxing as a former eight-division champion. Tonight’s fight card puts the coveted WBA super welterweight title up for grabs as Pacquiao makes his boxing return vs. a hungry Ugas, who has lost just once in 12 pro fights since 2015.
While Ugas is seven years Pacquiao’s junior, Vegas oddsmakers still have the Filipino star (and now Filipino senator) as the odds-on favorite to take home the title.
The undercard of the Pacquiao vs. Ugas fight features two other intriguing matchups: Robert Guerrero vs. Victor Ortiz in a welterweight bout, and Mark Magsayo vs. Julio Ceja in a competitive featherweight fight.
Manny Pacquiao will fight WBA "super" welterweight champion Yordenis Ugas during an August 21 pay-per-view (PPV) event in Las Vegas. Fox Sports and FiteTV will stream the PPV live from T-Mobile arena starting at 9 p.m. ET.
Ugas steps into the ring as a late replacement for WBC and IBF welterweight title holder Errol Spence Jr., who injured his eye while training. Pacquiao earned the WBA "super" welterweight title after winning his last fight against Keith Thurman in July 2019, but the WBA stripped Pacquiao of the title in 2021 and awarded it to Ugas.
Ugas has won his last three fights dating back to 2019, and Spence's injury will lead to Ugas making his first title defense against the former champion. Pacquiao, now 42-years-old, will also be fighting against age, but hasn't ruled out more fights after Ugas. Pacquiao was already the oldest WBA welterweight champion when he defeated Thurman at age 40.
With championships across eight weight classes, Pacquiao enters the fight as the betting favorite; for Ugas the fight could be career defining as he looks to secure his own legacy.
The legendary Pacquiao returns to the ring to face a late-replacement opponent for a welterweight title. It's fight week in Las Vegas once again and while it may not be the fight many had planned on seeing, it's still one that demands your attention. Former eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao will make the walk to the ring for the first time in two years when he takes on WBA welterweight titleholder Yordenis Ugas in the main event of a PBC on Fox PPV event. Pacquiao was originally scheduled to take on unified champion Errol Spence Jr., but Spence suffered a torn retina in training camp and was forced to withdraw. Of note, Ugas' original opponent for the card also suffered an injury and was forced to withdraw, making this new main event almost destined.
Pacquiao has not fought since his thrilling victory over Keith Thurman in July 2019 where he earned the WBA crown with an astounding performance. He's considered one of the all-time greats in the sport after holding at least one championship across eight weight divisions.
Ugas is no pushover, however. The Cuban has never been stopped in the ring and has just one loss since 2015 while taking on some of the best welterweights in the world. He challenged Shawn Porter for the WBC title in 2019 and dropped a split decision. He did earn the vacant WBA strap, however, in September 2020 with a split decision win over Abel Ramos.
Three bouts fill out the undercard on PPV ranging from prospects looking to make a name for themselves in title eliminators to veterans on one last ride. The most fun may come from the vets when Robert Guerrero takes on Victor Ortiz in a welterweight feature. Neither man has fought in over two years -- Ortiz at over three years due to a legal case -- and could throw caution to the wind. Guerrero has won three straight since a brief retirement in 2017, but he has not been in the ring since September 2019.
Plus, fellow Filipino striker Mark Magsayo takes on former champion Julio Ceja in a WBC title eliminator at featherweight. Magsayo, 26, has 15 knockouts in 22 pro fights and should carry that power over against a former stalwart of the division who has fallen on hard times. To kick things off on PPV, Carlos Castro takes on Oscar Escandon in a 10-round featherweight contest.