See Pacquiao/Bradley PPV for free with Xoom
In less than three weeks, the man many boxing analysts and fans view as the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet will step inside the squared circle, looking to notch his 55th win in 59 fights. And with Xoom, you can watch the action for free.
Manny Pacquiao – or "Pac-Man" as many like to call him – will square off against Timothy Bradley Jr. on Saturday night, June 9, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Naturally, boxing enthusiasts might be willing to put up the $55 to order the pay-per-view event. However, you can watch the two go at it for free simply by signing up with Xoom.
The program is really quite simple. All you have to do is send your first money transfer to the Philippines by clicking this link and then again on the green "Get Started" button. That will take you to a screen where you'll enter your username – which is your email address – and a password.
After going through the step-by-step transaction process, check your email. Within about an hour or so after the transaction has been completed, you'll receive an email from Xoom confirming your eligibility and to inform you that the transfer has gone through. Then, simply order the June 9th Pacquiao-Bradley fight on pay-per-view with your television remote or by calling your local cable provider. Within 14 to 15 days, you should receive your $55 prepaid VISA gift card that you can use to pay for the pay-per-view event.
But don't wait – this offer is for a limited time only – extending from May 21 through June 9 – and is only available for customers who send their first transfer through this page.
As you may already know, Pacquiao has performed well in previous fights. He boasts a record of 52 wins and just three losses and 38 of his wins have been by knockout. He's also won numerous titles over his career, including flyweight, super bantamweight, featherweight light middleweight, light welterweight and light middleweight.
Timothy Bradley is no pushover, either. Though younger at 28, he's never had a loss, as his record currently stands at 27-0, six of them being KOs.
Will this be Pacquiao's latest in a long line of victories or could the younger Bradley upset the Fighting Pride of the Philippines? The world will be watching on June 9th!