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The legendary Manny Pacquiao - aka Pac Man - makes his return to the ring tonight, after a two-year break, to claim back his WBA Welterweight title from Cuba’s Yordenis Ugas.
Having beaten 22 world champions throughout his 26-year career, the 42-year-old Filipino will have taken a world championship title in four different decades if he beats Ugas tonight. Pacquiao is also listed in the top ten fighters who have made the most per punch.
Ugas, 35, has an equally impressive repertoire having beaten 11 of his previous 12 opponents. He was elevated to WBA (Super) champion status last time he and Pacquiao battled it out because Pac-Man failed to defend the title within the required timeframe.
The night’s events kick off on Saturday 21st August at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada at 12pm local time, meaning it could be a late night for any Brits watching it at home.
While some countries are offering a PPV service to watch the action, Pacquiao’s fans in his native country, the Philippines, get to watch it completely free - and there’s good news for Sky Sports subscribers in the UK too.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching Pacquiao vs Ugas in the UK.
UK viewers who have Sky are in luck on this occasion, as they’ll be able to watch the fight as part of their Sky package if they have Sky Sports.
Sky has exclusive rights to tonight’s fight and there’s no PPV for Sky customers. If you have Sky, you can stream the fight on TV or by using the Sky Go app on any smart device.
The fight coverage starts at 2am BST on Sunday 22nd August, so you’re in for a late night if you are watching it live.
If you don’t have Sky, your best bet is to get a NOW TV sports pass, which gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels.
You can buy a one-off 24-hour pass to watch the fight at £9.98, or the subscription service is currently offering 10 months for £25 per month instead of the usual £33.99 a month.