Pacquiao vs Bradley 2 Start Time, How to Watch Online, HBO TV Schedule and Fight Preview

Pacquiao vs Bradley 2 could arguably be the biggest boxing match of the year, as the two fighters come together for a rematch shrouded under the controversy of the first fight's split decision in favor of Bradley.

The details of the WBO World Welterweight Championship fight are listed below, and will give information on how to watch the fight on TV, as well as the fight start time, and how to watch online through live stream.

Where: MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas

When: Saturday, April 12

Fight Start Time: 9 p.m. ET

How to Watch on TV: HBO PPV

Official Live Stream:

(Photo: Reuters/Steve Marcus)Boxer Manny Pacquiao (L) of the Philippines poses with undefeated WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley of the U.S. during an official weigh-in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 11, 2014. Pacquiao will challenge Bradley at the arena on April 12, in a rematch of the June 2012 fight that Bradley won.

This is such a mouthwatering fight, as both fighters have something to prove tonight. Pacquiao has suffered a few defeats of late, resulting in some questioning whether he has now gone past his prime and that his career is now on its way downhill. He will want to put on one of his classic performances, full of speed, tenacity and power, to overwhelm his opponent and to show fans and critics across the globe that he still has it.

Bradley meanwhile knows that there are many doubters who do not believe he even should have won the original fight against Pacquiao.

When the split points decision was announced in his favor in the first fight there was a massive outcry against the judges, and he will be looking to gain a second win over Pacquiao tonight to prove his doubters wrong and convince everyone that he is the better fighter and was the deserved winner in the original bout.

Meanwhile, the eight-division world champion, Pacquiao, will be looking to rectify what he and his followers believe was an unjust decision against him in the first fight, and he no doubt will be going for the knock out.

In the first fight between the two, most pundits believed that Pacquiao had clearly out-boxed Bradley, but they also highlighted that he was never able to land the knock out punch. That allowed things to go to the judges' scorecards, and increasingly these days that means that anything can happen.

Pacquiao will not be wanting to leave anything to doubt tonight though, and he will be weary to allow this one to go to the judges again. He will be looking to outbox his opponent and gain the illusive knock out punch that he failed to deliver in the first fight.

A previous video of the New York Press Conference for tonight's fight can be seen below: