Boxing Odds – Pacquiao vs. Algieri for WBO Welterweight Title November 22!

There is good reason why Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao is one of the most respected boxers in the world both in the ring and on the betting board as the WBO world welterweight champion remains in top form. Chris Algieri is gaining respect as well as he is coming off a title win in his last bout. Manny Pacquiao will face Chris Algieri for the WBO welterweight title on Saturday, November 22 at the Venetian Casino & Resort in Macao SAR China. Pacquiao opened as a -1000 favorite with the Boxing odds while Algieri was a +600 dog.

Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao

The 35 year old Manny Pacquiao stands at five feet, six and one half inches tall with a reach of 67 inches and fights from a southpaw stance. Pacquiao is a native of the Philippines where he still resides. Pacquiao is the top ranked welterweight in the Philippines and is ranked second in the world. Pacquiao has a career record of 56 wins, five losses, and two draws. Out of his 56 career wins a total of 38 have come by knockout. Pacquiao has suffered three knockout losses out of his five career defeats. Pacquiao is coming off a 12 round unanimous decision win over Timothy Bradley on April 12, 2014 for the WBO world welterweight title in a bout that took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.

Chris Algieri

The 30 year old Chris Algieri stands at five feet 10 inches tall with a reach of 72 inches and fights from an orthodox stance. Algieri has a career record of 20 wins and no losses with no draws. Out of his 20 career wins a total of eight have come by knockout. Algieri is a native of Huntington, New York, USA where he still resides. He is the fifth ranked welterweight in the United States and is ranked seventh in the world. Algieri is coming off a 12 round split decision win over Ruslan Provodnikov for the WBO world light welterweight title in a bout that took place on June 14, 20-14 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, USA. Prior to that Al

The Pick

While we respect the climb of Algieri we cannot oppose the proven champion Pacquiao. “Pac Man” is the call!