Broner-Pacquiao PPV Price Set For $75
Manny Pacquiao’s return to pay-per-view against Adrien Broner is less than two weeks away, and the price has been set for those who are watching it in the United States on Pay-Per-View.
The price of Manny Pacquiao’s first Pay-Per-View fight in over three years, and will carry the same price as Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury’s Pay-Per-View showdown in December of $74.99.
That’s a hefty price tag, to say the least. Not unusual — it’s the same price Wilder-Fury was from the same PPV production crew in December — but still hefty. Wilder-Fury reportedly sold about 325,000 on pay-per-view, which made it profitable.
Pacquiao makes the first defense of his WBA “regular” welterweight championship, marking his first fight in the United States since that Pay-Per-View in 2016 against Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This will be Broner’s first main event pay-per-view fight, following a year of being a strong ratings draw on cable television and prove that he is one of the biggest stars in boxing.