Mayweather Pacquiao

After six years of waiting, Boxing finally has its true mega fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, and if you don’t have where to watch it and don’t know what to do, we’re here to help.

A little bit of introduction before getting to the link. Mayweather and Pacquiao have been on a collision course since 2009, but for various reasons, most of them easily blamed on Mayweather, it didn’t happen.

But now it’s 2015, both fighters are past their prime. Both are champions (not that it means much in boxing) but Mayweather is still undefeated, still the top pound-4-pound fighter in the world. Pacquiao has a record of 57-5-2, including two consecutive losses in 2012 (Bradley and Marquez). One of them was a joke of a decision (Bradley loss) due to the weird officiating scored. Pacquiao avenged that loss, winning three fights since his loss to Marquez in December 2012.

And After the Introductions, Where to Actually Watch it?

One option would be FirstRow (Specific link for the fight). More will be coming up on the site’s boxing page closer to the fight.

Option number two is Vipbox (Specific link for the fight). More will be coming up on the site’s boxing page closer to the fight.

SportStream.Tv is another option, already offering 13 different links to the fight and probably showing more once we’re closer to the beginning. Right now, here are the recommended three to use: 1 2 3.

Next up is StreamHunter, offering the same kind of links Sportstream.Tv is offering. Last but not least is LiveTv, with this link (current link), which will start handing out the live streams 30 minutes before the broadcast begins.