Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather

​Today, we cheer for Uncle Sardo and take a moment to appreciate. Without Uncle Sardo, there would be no Manny. And tomorrow evening, Manny will make the Philippines stand still for one last time. Today, Uncle Sardo stands an inspiration to others who might be born with less, but whose life is no less precious.
There are logical reasons as to why both guys can come out on top. Both fighters have been at the top level of their sport for years, but this weekend goes a step further. Saturday night will signify the precipice of a sport, the pinnacle of a boxing generation - a night that will go down in the history books.
It has been dubbed the fight of the century, and it has all the hallmarks of a storybook showdown of good versus evil. The
Amir "King?" Khan has stated on a Sky Sports Toe to Toe broadcast that he will not fight World Champion Kell Brook-even though having a World title would make him much more of a legitimate challenge to the winner of Mayweather v Pacquiao-the big money that Khan craves.
When Juan Manuel Marquez fought Floyd Mayweather back in September 2009 at a heavier weight than he had competed at before
Erik Morales lost his WBC world title twice this weekend, once at the weigh-in and once in the ring. The scenes at the former were unusual and unexpected; the scenes in the latter were more predictable.