Mayweather v Pacquiao: Your essential betting guide to the big fight

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It’s almost showtime in Vegas with Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao ready to meet at the MGM Grand to settle a boxing feud that has been bubbling for the best part of five years.

Unbeaten Mayweather is the bookies’ favourite but there are a fair few pros that give the Filipino more than an outside chance against the man they call Money.

Here we run the rule over both fighter’s careers and give you all the odds relevant to the stats.

Floyd Mayweather Jr

Record: 47-0-0 – Mayweather to win the fight @ 1/2

KO’s: 26 – Mayweather to win by KO or TKO @ 11/2

Most successful KO round: Second (five KOs) –Mayweather Round 2 @ 80/1

Fights to have gone the distance: 19 – Fight to go the distance @ 3/10

Decisions won: 19 – Mayweather to win by decision or technical decision @ 4/5

Most Successful group of rounds: 1-2 (11 wins) – Mayweather to win in rounds 1-3 @ 40/1

Average rounds per fight: 7.8 – Total rounds within 8 @ 7/2

Record if he wins: 48-0-0 – Mayweather to reach 50-0-09 @ 2/1

Manny Pacquiao

Record: 57-5-2 – Pacquiao to win the fight @ 15/8

KO’s: 38 – Pacquiao to win by KO or TKO @ 5/1

Most successful KO round: Second (seven KOs) – Pacquiao Round 2 @ 50/1

Fights to have gone the distance: 21 – Fight to go the distance @ 3/10

Decisions won: 18 – Pacquiao to win by decision or technical decision @ 4/1

Most Successful group of rounds: 1-3 (19 wins) – Pacquiao to win in rounds 1-3 @ 22/1

Average rounds per fight: 6.4– Total rounds within7 @ 9/2

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.