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team… Cheering” “cheerin pacquiao into area” “don’t g nervous on saturday, i’m the one going to fight in the ring. So relax! Cheeering.” three days away from what’s some are calling the biggest boxing match of the century. undefeated floyd mayweather versus manny pacquiao. the boxers are already in las vegas where they greeted fans at the m-g-m grand yesterday. the latest odds have mayweather staying undefeated. welcome back to abc-seven at six, i’m estela cas. and i’m rick cabrera. abc-seven viewers are hoping for a different outcome! an overwhelming majority of you who took our poll at … …say you are rooting for pacquiao! the poll is slowly taking off… it’s not too late … just visit and scroll down just a bit to find a link to our poll question. many of you are looking to save a buck and watch the fight at a bar or restaurant this saturday. tonight, abc-seven with numbers showing those business owners may cash in … but first, they have to shell it out. ABC-7’s darren hunt has the new information: “you’re jacked for the figh huh?” “oh, yes sir, going to be a goo one … it’s about time they got it going on … We’ve waiting for this for quite a while now.” the mayweather- pacquiao fight will be only the second joint pay-per-view telecast by h-b-o and showtime. “what’s your game plan on fight night, what are you doing?” “i’ll be at my son’s house, we’re getting together over there.” fight fans like artur flores can get the the telecast at home for a hundred bucks … or watch it at a local bar that will pay a larger pay-per-view fee for anywhere from 20 to 30 dollars per person. “we can go pay 20 dollars somewhere versus a hundred to get it, but if you get everybody together at home and you’re at the house you don’t have to worry about anything else.” “mayweather and pacquiao are th biggest pay per view stars of their generations, with one-point-six billion in pay per view sales over the years on more than 28 million buys.” “we’re paying three times mor than we normally pay for our boxing fights … ” “Wow that’s lot … “Yes it is.” the promote charge bars a pay-per-view fee based on capacity. ojos locos on airway has a capacity of more than 500. they normally pays about five thousand dollars for a fight, but mayweather- pacquiao is more like 15-thousand! “what will this place look like on Saturday night?” “i think we’re going to b pretty jam packed in here … We’re expecting a full house.” “everybody is talking about it? “i think this is going to be go back to those ali-frazier days, back when those fights were really really big.” “these are two of the biggest fighters and everybody’s been waiting for this fight, i mean it’s going to be the fight of the century, decade.” darren hunt … “You name it, it’s going to b that fight.” abc-7. find out where you can watch the fight here in the borderland saturday night and what the cover charge is. you’ll find a list on our web site, kvia-dot- com. it’s one of the most anticipated matchups in the history of boxing. and it’s one of the most expensive to watch. ticket prices are at a record high. the opening price for the cheapest seats was 15- hundred dollars, and they’re reselling at 35- hundred now. and of course, pay-per- view prices are at a record high 1- hundred dollars! that breaks the previous record of 75-dollars for the mayweather – canelo alvarez bout in 2013.

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