Pacquiao vs Khan for April 23 per fighters' Twitter accounts

Pacquiao vs Khan for April 23 per fighters' Twitter accounts

However, as the fighters tweeted within a couple of hours of each other in the early hours of Sunday morning United Kingdom time, they have "agreed terms".

They just need a venue now.

. The former WBA and IBF super lightweight champion has 1.87 million followers on Twitter, and he's rarely in a boring fight. Horn's total number of fights of 17 is incomparable to Pacquiao's record of 67 fights (59-6-2). That's the reason this fight isn't happening.

Amir Khan (31-4, 19 KOs) is coming off a dramatic (yet expected) knockout loss to Canelo Alvarez last May.

Freddie Roach, the enduring boxing coach of Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao will be back in the ring for the second time since coming out of retirement past year and surprisingly allowed his fans to vote for his next opponent via a poll on Twitter a few weeks ago. "When I sparred with Manny he was unsafe". He scored a unanimous-decision victory over Jessie Vargas in November 2016.

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Pacquiao posted on Twitter several days ago that he and Khan's management were trying to come to terms for a fight.

Pacquiao earlier dashed reports of his scheduled fight on April 22 in Brisbane, Australia with welterweight contender Jeff Horn after confirming that his camp had been negotiating with an unnamed group for a fight in the UAE.

"There's a couple of locations we're looking at", said Khan via his Snapchat channel. It turns out $38 million for a fight with Amir Khan can further delay his shift to full-time senator.

Pacquiao seems to be looking forward to the fight. Even if Khan wins the WBO welterweight title from Pacquiao, it doesn't mean he's going to hold onto it for very long.

The Times reported exclusively this week that Khan and Pacquiao had agreed terms for a bout this spring, but the venue for their meeting remains unconfirmed.