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Jeff Horn vs the Pacman Here In Brisbane

Posted in Local Events @ May 24th 2017 3:03pm - By Administrator
Jeff Horn vs the Pacman

The unbeaten Jeff Horn will finally meet boxing legend Manny Pacquiao in the ring on July 2 at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. This unassuming Australian now has a shot at beating the Filipino multiple title-holder, and it’s sure to be one of the biggest clashes this 2017. Initially announced at the start of the year the bout has now just been confirmed, and the “Battle of Brisbane” is going to be as big as it sounds!

This fresh-on-the-scene Australian has got a lot to prove coming up against the 11-times world champion and also has an unbeaten 17 fight record to defend. 55,000 people are expected to fill out the huge Suncorp Stadium here in Brisbane to see the well-awaited fight, and whether Jeff Horn can snatch up his shot at the big time and put himself up there with the current boxing megastars. But the “Pacman” won’t underestimate Horn as he intends to defend his WBO Welterweight title. With at least a 10 year age gap and 50 fights between these two the fight could go either way.

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