Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto Fight


The boxing mega fight between Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto dubbed as “FirePower” is set to take place on November 14, 2009 9PM ET/6PM PT. Watch it live at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and at HBO PPV. You can also watch the Firepower live on Watchpad if you are a PLDT myDSL subscriber.

Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao from the Philippines, the pound for pound king’s professional record prior to this fight stands on 49 wins (37 knockouts), 3 losses and 2 draws. He achieved world championships in six weight divisions such as a flyweight, super bantamweight, featherweight, super featherweight, lightweight and currently, he’s the International Boxing Organization (IBO) and The Ring world light welterweight champion after beating Ricky Hatton last May.

Pacquiao now targets his seventh world championship in another different division, welterweight. This feat would change boxing history as this hasn’t been achieved before.

While on the other hand, Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico has a current professional record of 34 wins (27 knockouts) and only 1 loss. He’s a former World Boxing Organization (WBO) light welterweight champion and World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight champion. Currently, he’s the WBO welterweight champion and his belt is at stake on this “Firepower” fight.

Also on the line is the first ever World Boxing Council (WBC) Diamond Belt.

I’m sure you are very excited to watch the live streaming of Pacquiao-Cotto fight. The bout is just a few hours away and it will be around the internet in a while, make sure to tune-in for updates.

Get to know more about these two boxing megastars who will slug it out at the welterweight division through HBO’s 24/7 documentary on the “FirePower” Pacquiao vs Cotto fight.

Watch now: HBO 24/7 Pacquiao-Cotto Episode Videos

Update! Pacquiao vs Cotto Video Replay

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