Pac-Man ready to put right his 2012 defeat to Bradley
It’s a huge weekend of boxing at home and abroad and for all you fight fans we have come up with a fourfold covering all the top action.
Priced at just under 5/1 with Ladbrokes this accumulator features a points win for Manny Pacquiao and victories for Raymundo Beltran, Eddie Chambers and Tony Conquest.
This is the big fight of the weekend as Manny Pacquiao looks to right the wrongs of his 2012 defeat to Timothy Bradley.
Many thought Pac- Man won that night but the decision went to his American opponent and as they say the rest is history.
But with his career on the line, we are expecting Pacquiao, who has gone seven fights without a knockout victory, to put on a show and put right that defeat on his record with a victory by decision.
Everyone will remember Raymundo Beltran as the man who was unluckily held to a draw by Ricky Burns in Glasgow last year but now he gets a chance to get back on the world title trail.
Victory over Arash Usmanee would set Beltran on the way to a potential clash with Burns’ eventual conqueror Terrance Crawford and after his painful night in Glasgow we do not expect Beltran to pass up another opportunity.
Since defeat to Neil Dawson, Tony Conquest has bounced back in fine style winning the Commonwealth cruiserweight title.
Victories over Wadi Cammacho and Daniel Ammann, who was originally touted as an opponent for Nathan Cleverley, have propelled the Romford fighter to new heights.
His opponent at the Copperbox this weekend, Ovill McKenzie, certainly does not lack experience but with 12 defeats on his record – most of which came at light heavyweight – he should not pose too many problems for Conquest.
Eddie Chambers got the new chapter of his career under the guidance of Peter Fury underway in Newcastle last month with a victory over Czech Republic fighter Tomas Mrazek.
The American now faces British heavyweight Ian Lewison at the Copperbox looking to bag another win for Team Fury.
A former Prizefighter entrant, Lewison has plenty of punch power and toughness and he will prove to be a stern test for Chambers.
But Fury looks to have got the 32-year-old in the shape of his life and his class and speed should shine through on the night for victory.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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