Pacquiao vs Horn Odds, Undercard, TV Schedule

Fight Date: Sunday, July 2, 2017 (Australia Time)
Live TV Airing: Saturday, July 1, 2017 @ 9:00pm (EST)
TV Network: ESPN
Fight Location: Suncorp Stadium (Brisbane, Australia)

Boxing fans will have something to look forward this weekend, as ESPN showcases a fantastic Saturday evening boxing card that won’t hit you in the wallet.  That’s right!  A cable TV boxing event featuring marquee names; and one you can watch in your living room without needing your buddies to help foot the bill.  This free Saturday night “Boxing Down Under” event on ESPN is really impressing boxing fans worldwide.  The card features some big names who are looking to re-vitalize their careers, as well as a few rising stars.   What’s more interesting is the location of the event and the audience size.  Australian fighter, Jeff Horn will have a packed house of 50,000 Aussies cheering for him to upset the late, great Manny Pacquiao. Despite being the visitor, “Pac Man” remains a large -1200 favorite. A prtty interesting under-card bout features the 26-year-old son of legendary “Sugar” Shane Mosley.  This is the first showcase fight for up-and-coming Shane Mosley Jr. who carries a 10-1 record.  Mosley Jr. will take on another young, heavy-hitting Aussie in David Toussaint who is undefeated with 10 wins (8 by knockout); and is becoming a household name in Australia. Five Dimes Sportsbook has this Mosley/Toussaint fight odds at around even money which could make for some interesting action on fight night.  See the rest of the undercard and fight odds for Saturday’s event below.

Main Event:
Note: Fight Odds at MyBookie Sportsbook
Manny Pacquiao (-575) vs. Jeff Horn (+475)

Under Card:
Note: Current Odds at 5 Dimes Sportsbook
Shane Mosley Jr. (-115) vs. David Toussaint (+105)
Jerwin Ancajas (-2000) vs. Teiru Kinoshita (+1250)
Michael Conlan (-600) vs. Jarrett Owen



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