That remains a major goal for Brisbane’s world welterweight champion who now wants the biggest fights on offer after defeating Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp on July 2. Promoter Bob Arum is due to fly from Las Vegas to the Philippines next week to meet with Pacquiao to assess his willingness to exercise the rematch clause in the contract to fight Horn.
Nicolson and Bowen are leading contenders to represent Australia at next year’s Commonwealth Games and will be the star performers on the first day of the tournament at the Souths Sports Club. The event will be televised worldwide on replay on the ESPN network, which showcased Horn’s world title win over Manny Pacquiao two weeks ago. There are 16 bouts scheduled for Sunday with another eight to be contested on both Monday and Tuesday. Finals will be contested next month.
Mayweather fights the wild Irishman under boxing rules in Las Vegas on August 26 in a fight that is predicted to generate more than a $1 billion in revenue, eclipsing Mayweather’s points defeat over Manny Pacquiao in 2015. And while Mayweather is a raging hot favourite to give McGregor a boxing lesson, he says Horn has once again proved that in boxing “anything can happen’’. “It’s just like the Pacquiao situation,’’ Mayweather told fightype.com. “I think Pacquiao was focused on fighting (me) again.
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