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Sky Sports Box Office to air Mayweather vs. Pacquiao in the UK

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Sky Sports Box Office has been awarded exclusive live rights to showcase the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight in the UK, thanks to an agreement announced today. The contest will be shown live from the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

The Sky Sports viewers will be able to follow build-up to Mayweather vs Pacquiao across its channels and digital media outlets, including access to both boxers’ training camps, press conferences and public appearances.

Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, said: “This fight has everything and is set to be one of the biggest sports events of the year. As the home of boxing in the UK and Republic of Ireland, we’re thrilled to be awarded the rights.

“We’ll provide Sky Sports viewers with the best possible build-up across our channels and outlets and the best coverage of the fight itself from our team in Las Vegas.”

Analysis of the fight will be provided by Adam Smith, former world cruiserweight champion Johnny Nelson and former world lightweight champion Jim Watt, as well as a range of boxing experts. Sky Sports viewers can also enjoy an extensive schedule of support programming providing the best possible analysis of the fight including the weekly magazine programme Ringside, the Ringside Toe 2 Toe podcast series and feature length interviews.

Sky Sports News HQ will be in Las Vegas during the final build-up to bring the latest news and analysis from both camps including the official press conferences, and weigh-in as the two fighters complete their training camps and anticipation reaches fever pitch.

The cost of the event will be £19.95 and €24.95 across all forms of booking up until midnight Friday, May 1st. From then on the cost will still be £19.95 / €24.95 if bookings are made via remote control and online, but will cost £24.95 / €29.95 if booked via the phone, with an additional £2 booking fee.

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