Where to watch the Pacquiao vs. Mayweather fight in Shanghai

By Athena Rees, April 29, 2015

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The fight that's always nearly, but never quite materialised is coming into fruition for real this coming Sunday (May 3). After endless attempts to get Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao into the ring together, fans' frustration can finally be put to rest as the talents fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

The two competitors are said to be two of the most gifted in the history of the sport, evidenced in Mayweather's phenomenal 47 out of 47 fight win record. Pacquiao doesn't fall far behind with only 5 losses in 64 fights. With stats like that, we can be sure of one thing - it won't come cheap. In fact, it's set to be the richest boxing match in history costing USD250 million and as a pay-per-view event on Showtime, US fans are expected to pay USD100 a pop.

Here in Shanghai, you can save yourself the cash. Here's where to catch this historic match...

Shanghai Brewery, Xuhui and Hongqiao

Floyd Mayweather

If you're looking for the full sports bar experience, both of the Shanghai Brewery locations are the perfect place to catch the big weigh-in. Expect seasonal beers, pub grub and pool tables to occupy you between rounds. No need to book, but it'll be be bustling as always, so rock up as early as possible.

// Sunday May 3, 10am-3am, Free entry, Shanghai Brewery

The Camel

Manny Paquiao

Watch the fight at any of The Camel venues on around 17 TV screens, from 9am. They are opening at 8am and providing breakfast and coffee so you have no reason to miss a moment of the action. They've already had a lot of bookings you make sure you get down there early to get a good spot.

// Sunday May 3, Open from 8am, Free entry, The Camel

The Spot

The Spot, Shanghai

It's 15% off all a la-carte dishes, a happy hour plus no cover charge down at The Spot for the big fight. Sounds like a cracking deal to us. 

// Sunday May 3, Free entry, 9am-2am, The Spot

The Brew @ The Kerry Hotel

Enjoy one of six home brewed beers while watching the 'Fight of the Century' on a giant LED screen. Make your reservation now for a piece of the action, plus a mini brunch and a pint of craft beer - nothing finer. 

// RMB198/adult, from 8.30am,The Brew

The Shed

This popular Jing'an sports spot will be screening the action from 8am with a special brekky menu to mark the occasion.

// Sunday May 3, 8am onwards, The Shed.

Cages

No bells and whistles for this screening but the dependable bar is screening the fight from 9am with their normal food and drink menus available.

// Sunday May 3, 9am onwards, Cages

Big Bamboo

This place wouldn't miss out on any kind of historic sporting event and of course, the match will be shown at all three locations. It's expected to be packed so head over early. 

// Sunday May 3, from 9am, all three Big Bamboo locations.

Boxing Cat Brewery

Boxing Cat Brewery will be showing the fight live at all three of their locations on Sunday, May 3. Broadcasting will begin at 9:00am. Be sure to get there early for a good spot in front of the TV screens! Food will be served a la carte, with drink specials as above!

// Sunday May 3, 9am onwards, The fight will be shown at all three Boxing Cat locations. For more information, please email: info@boxingcatbrewery.com.

 

 

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