One of boxing’s finest, Manny Pacquiao will be facing off with Jeff Horn in the biggest fight in Australian history this coming 23 April!
Horn, Brisbane’s “Fighting Schoolteacher” will be fighting Pacquiao for the WBO welterweight title. The fight is slated to be set at the 50,000 seater, Suncorp Stadium.
The Filipino fighter, Pacquiao, has been fighting in the ring for 22 years and has won 11 world titles across eight weight divisions.
This fight means a lot to Horn who is a schoolteacher by profession. This is a great moment for Australian sports and it will definitely make Queensland proud to see one of its own go head to head with a boxing phenomenon.
Horn has a record of 17 unbeaten fights whilst Pacquiao has 59 wins, 6 losses and 2 draws.
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