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Manny Pacquiao Lines Up Nov. 23 Fight in China Against Chris Algieri
For a second straight November, Manny Pacquiao will complete his final bout of the year from inside Cotai Arena in Macau, China. This time around, the Nov. 23 fight will feature the 35-year-old Pacquiao looking to defend his welterweight world title against 30-year-old New York native Chris Algieri. The two have never before clashed, though both were victorious earlier in 2014, which for Algieri, improved his professional boxing mark to 20-0. After dropping consecutive decisions for the first time in his career in 2012, Pacquiao returned to form in 2013 with a win over Brandon Rios in Macau, before following it up this past April with a redemptive victory over Timothy Bradley.
For Algieri, the fight against Pacquiao will be arguably the biggest to date for his career. He’ll enter the bout as the reigning WBO Light Welterweight Champion and spent several years as a successful kickboxer before opting to retire in favor of boxing. At 56-5-2, Pacquiao is substantially more experienced, but has said he began training early in anticipation of what he expects to be a tough fight.