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Pacquiao vs Thurman: How to Watch Online? Time, Date and More Info

Pacquiao vs Thurman watch online

Pacquiao vs Thurman is one of the most anticipated boxing bouts of modern times. The anticipation for this match is almost at the level of Mayweather vs Pacquiao or Mayweather vs McGregor. Considering that many believe this to be the last time that the Pac Man steps into the ring, there’s a lot of hype about this fight already.

Pacquiao vs Thurman Match
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Many are wondering as to how they can watch this fight online – read more to find out!

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Date and Time for Manny Pacquiao vs Keith Thurman

The fight between Keith Thurman vs Manny Pacquiao is all set to take place on the 20th of July, 2019 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The match will start off at 9 PM ET. For people watching from other time zones, the time as per GMT will be 1 AM and you can figure out your local time accordingly.

Pacquiao vs Thurman Boxing Match
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Let us now take a closer look as to how you can watch Pacquiao vs Thurman Online:

How to Watch Pacquiao vs Thurman Online? 

The match between these two is very exciting. Will Thurman truly knock out the Pac Man and end his career? Will Pacquiao end Thurman’s unbroken streak and finally defeat him? There are two easy ways in which you can watch this bout online

Pacquiao vs Thurman Boxing
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  • Fox Sports: You can simply download and install the Fox Sports application or you can stream it using FoxSports website. You’ll need to pay $74.99 to watch the fight.
  • Fite TV: Another option that you have is that of Fite TV. Here too, you will have to pay $74.99 to watch Pacquiao vs Thurman.

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