Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley will step into the ring tonight to square off on HBO pay-per-view. It represents a huge chance to become an overnight boxing superstar for Bradley and, for Manny, a chance to...well, a chance to have people keep pretending that Pacquaio and Floyd Mayweather will actually happen (it won't).
Bradley is coming up in weight to 147 pounds where he'll be the slightly smaller man, but it's not as though Pacquiao is a natural welterweight either. Whatever the outcome it's unlikely to be the result of issues with size for either man.
Time: The pay-per-view broadcast will kick off at 9 p.m. ET with the main event fighters stepping into the ring for their fight around midnight. Bob Arum has said repeatedly that they're not going to start the main event until whatever time the NBA Eastern Conference Final between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics ends, even saying that he purchased extra PPV time just in case it runs long.
There will also be streaming video of the off-TV undercard going up around 7 p.m. ET tonight.
Odds: Pacquiao remains the clear favorite at -450, with Bradley the +325 dog. Mike Jones is at -550 to Randall Bailey's +375, Guillermo Rigondeaux -2250 vs. Teon Kennedy +950 and Jorge Arce -1800 vs. Jesus Rojas +850.
Live Results: We'll have them all night with plenty of reaction to the fallout, so keep your browser locked in.