Show starts at 9 eastern, and we'll be live with coverage of both fights. REALLY looking forward to this one, as I think everyone is.
Best of luck tonight to Erik Morales, too, who's attempting to become Mexico's first four-division champion. If Marquez/Vazquez hadn't been on tonight, I'd be in Chicago to see "El Terrible." I re-watched Morales/Pacquiao I today; what a phenomenal fight that was, and one of Morales' best performances. Plus, I'm just hoping Erik can hold off Father Time for a little longer.
For the WBC Super Bantamweight Title
(37-3, 33 KO, Mexico City, Mexico)
(41-4, 30 KO, Los Angeles, CA, by way of Mexico City, Mexico)
For the WBA Super Bantamweight Title
(26-2-1, 18 KO, Colon, Panama)
(32-6-6, Atlanta, GA, by way of Santa Anita, Mexico)
LIVE! from Allstate Arena in Chicago (Rosemont)
For the WBC Lightweight Title
(32-1-1, 17 KO, Miami, FL, by way of Chicago, IL)
(48-5, 34 KO, San Ysidro, CA, by way of Tijuana, Mexico)