Today's, probably, the best pound-4-pound fighter in the world Manny Pacquiao will defend his WBO welterweight title against previous unbeaten in 29 fights American Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley. Pacquiao took this from Shane Mosley in May, 2011 and defended it once against Juan Manuel Marquez with veeeery doubtful decision in last November. Bradley was 8-time WBC and WBO ligh-welterweight champion with wins over Junior Witter, Kendall Holt, Lamont Peterson, Devon Alexander and Joel Casamayor. Can Timothy handle with the speed and power of Pacman?
The rising star American Mike Jones will fight for his first world title, vacant IBF welterweight crown, against 3-time WBO light-welterweight ex-champion Randall Bailey, 38, who is fighting professionaly for 16 years already. Jones himself is 29, unbeaten in 26 fights with 19 KO's.
The Cuban sensation, 2-times Olympic champion, Guillermo Rigondeaux, who became WBA super-bantamweight champion only in his 9 fights, in January knocking out American Rico Ramos in 6, will put in force his first title defence against 25 years old Teon Kennedy, who doesn't have big names in his opposition so far and unlikely he couldn't put some serious problems in a front of Rigondeaux this time.
Mexican veteran Jorge Arce, who has 68 fights with 60 wins (46 ko) under his belt in his 33 years of age will take on Puerto Rican Jesus Rojas, 25, who had 18 wins (13 ko) with 1 loss and 1 draw, in the nice 10-rounder at super-bantam.