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Shane Lowry delivered an Open Championship masterclass as he broke the course record at Royal Portrush with an eight-under-par 63 to take a four-shot lead into Sunday’s final round.

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The weekend may be without Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy after they both missed the cut, but Saturday did not go without it’s drama. Irishman Lowry has brought the fans to life with a truly brilliant round, and after starting the day on eight-under-par, he recorded a bogey-free round of 63 that featured eight birdies to lead Tommy Fleetwood by four shots.

Brooks Koepka moved himself up to fourth place alongside Justin Rose and just behindJB Holmes, but Lowry’s brilliance means they already find themselvesa long way off the lead at the start of Sunday’s play. The R&A Has also announced that Sunday’s tee times have been moved forward due to the threat of bad weather. Follow the latest updates below.

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Saturday tee times

0835—Paul Waring

0845—Francesco Molinari, Jason Kokrak

0855—Graeme McDowell, Bubba Watson

0905—Charley Hoffman, Ashton Turner

0915—Yosuke Asaji, Andrew Wilson

0925—Yuki Inamori, Matt Wallace

0935—Nino Bertasio, Tom Lewis

0945—Adam Hadwin, Ryan Fox

1000—Innchoon Hwang, Benjamin Hebert

1010—Paul Casey, Kyle Stanley

1020—Eddie Pepperell, Doc Redman

1030—Kevin Streelman, and Joost Luiten

1040—Shubhankar Sharma, Louis Oosthuizen

1050—Stewart Cink, Callum Shinkwin

1100—Jim Furyk, Kevin Kisner

1110—Bernd Wiesberger, Russell Knox

1120—Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Mikko Korhonen

1135—Sergio Garcia, Branden Grace

1145—Romain Langasque, Sang Hyun Park

1155—Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover

1205—Danny Willett, Aaron Wise

1215—Justin Thomas, Bob MacIntryre

1225—Matt Fitzpatrick, Ernie Els

1235—Thorbjorn Olesen, Thomas Pieters

1245—Rory Sabbatini, Byeong Hun An

1255—Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele

1310—Henrik Stenson, Webb Simpson

1320—Alex Noren, Dustin Johnson

1330—Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Kuchar

1340—Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed

1350—Lucas Bjerregaard, Tony Finau

1400—Erik Van Rooyen, Dylan Frittelli

1410—Andrew Putnam, Jordan Spieth

1420—Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose

1430—Justin Harding, Cameron Smith

1440—Lee Westwood, Tommy Fleetwood

1450—Shane Lowry, J.B. Holmes

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Pacquiao vs Thurman’ prediction, preview and fight analysis

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One of the living legends of boxing looks to prove he still deserves a place among the elite later TONIGHT (Sat., July 20, 2019) when eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao faces undefeated WBA Welterweight kingpin Keith Thurman inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE coverage of the main- and co-main events. The FOX pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast begins later this evening at 9 p.m. ET (watch it here), with Pacquiao and Thurman set to make their walks closer to midnight.

In the co-main event, Cuban Welterweight Yordenis Ugas attempts to rebound from a controversial loss to WBC champion Shawn Porter against unbeaten bruiser Omar Figueroa. One fight prior, Bantamweight knockout machine Luis Nery squares off with former champion Juan Carlos Payano, while all-action brawlers Sergey Lipinets and John Molina Jr. open the broadcast in violent fashion.

Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao

Age: 40
Record: 61-7-2, 39 KO
Last Five Fights: Adrien Broner (UD), Lucas Matthysse (TKO-7), Jeff Horn (UD Loss), Jessie Vargas (UD), Tim Bradley (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Juan Manuel Marquez (2x), Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton, Oscar de la Hoya, Marco Antonio Barrera (2x), Erik Morales (2x), Lehlo Ledwaba

VS.

Keith “One Time” Thurman

Age: 30
Record: 29-0, 22 KO
Last Five Fights: Josesito Lopez (MD), Danny Garcia (SD), Shawn Porter (UD), Luis Collazo (RTD-7), Robert Guerrero (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Leonard Bundu


THE FIGHT

Thurman was a genuine terror once upon a time, brutalizing all comers in frightening fashion during his rise through the ranks. There was an argument to be made that Marcos Maidana — who has never shied away from a brawl in his life — wanted no part of him. Then, sometime around 2014, the knockouts just stopped coming. Sure, he was still hurting people, but nobody was staying down; in fact, his only finish in the last five years came via headbutt-induced cut over veteran spoiler Luis Collazo.

The lack of finishes and a rash of inactivity (injury-induced or otherwise) have steadily dulled Thurman’s shine despite victories over two of the division’s best in Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia. “One Time’s” January bout with overachieving bruiser Josesito Lopez — who fought Thurman to a majority decision despite being seen as a tune-up foe coming in — was just his third bout in the last four years.

If his power doesn’t work against strong opposition, then he’s just a quality boxer, and Pacquiao had already spent years beating quality boxers by the time Thurman made his first professional ring walk.

To be fair, Pacquiao is 40 years old, the markedly smaller man, and isn’t that far removed from a “loss” to mid-tier Aussie Jeff Horn. Thurman isn’t that sort of mauling pressure fighter, though, and lacks the potent counter-punching it traditionally takes to defuse Pacquiao’s furious offense. So long as the “Pac-Man” hasn’t seen a dramatic drop-off in speed since the Broner fight, he should be able to befuddle and out-work Thurman on his way to a close, but clear, victory.

Manny Pacquiao vs Keith Thurman

Pacquiao vs Thurman’ prediction, preview and fight analysis

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One of the living legends of boxing looks to prove he still deserves a place among the elite later TONIGHT (Sat., July 20, 2019) when eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao faces undefeated WBA Welterweight kingpin Keith Thurman inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE coverage of the main- and co-main events. The FOX pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast begins later this evening at 9 p.m. ET (watch it here), with Pacquiao and Thurman set to make their walks closer to midnight.

In the co-main event, Cuban Welterweight Yordenis Ugas attempts to rebound from a controversial loss to WBC champion Shawn Porter against unbeaten bruiser Omar Figueroa. One fight prior, Bantamweight knockout machine Luis Nery squares off with former champion Juan Carlos Payano, while all-action brawlers Sergey Lipinets and John Molina Jr. open the broadcast in violent fashion.

Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao

Age: 40
Record: 61-7-2, 39 KO
Last Five Fights: Adrien Broner (UD), Lucas Matthysse (TKO-7), Jeff Horn (UD Loss), Jessie Vargas (UD), Tim Bradley (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Juan Manuel Marquez (2x), Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton, Oscar de la Hoya, Marco Antonio Barrera (2x), Erik Morales (2x), Lehlo Ledwaba

VS.

Keith “One Time” Thurman

Age: 30
Record: 29-0, 22 KO
Last Five Fights: Josesito Lopez (MD), Danny Garcia (SD), Shawn Porter (UD), Luis Collazo (RTD-7), Robert Guerrero (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Leonard Bundu


THE FIGHT

Thurman was a genuine terror once upon a time, brutalizing all comers in frightening fashion during his rise through the ranks. There was an argument to be made that Marcos Maidana — who has never shied away from a brawl in his life — wanted no part of him. Then, sometime around 2014, the knockouts just stopped coming. Sure, he was still hurting people, but nobody was staying down; in fact, his only finish in the last five years came via headbutt-induced cut over veteran spoiler Luis Collazo.

The lack of finishes and a rash of inactivity (injury-induced or otherwise) have steadily dulled Thurman’s shine despite victories over two of the division’s best in Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia. “One Time’s” January bout with overachieving bruiser Josesito Lopez — who fought Thurman to a majority decision despite being seen as a tune-up foe coming in — was just his third bout in the last four years.

If his power doesn’t work against strong opposition, then he’s just a quality boxer, and Pacquiao had already spent years beating quality boxers by the time Thurman made his first professional ring walk.

To be fair, Pacquiao is 40 years old, the markedly smaller man, and isn’t that far removed from a “loss” to mid-tier Aussie Jeff Horn. Thurman isn’t that sort of mauling pressure fighter, though, and lacks the potent counter-punching it traditionally takes to defuse Pacquiao’s furious offense. So long as the “Pac-Man” hasn’t seen a dramatic drop-off in speed since the Broner fight, he should be able to befuddle and out-work Thurman on his way to a close, but clear, victory.

Pacquiao vs Thurman

‘Pacquiao vs Thurman’ prediction, preview and fight analysis

One of the living legends of boxing looks to prove he still deserves a place among the elite later TONIGHT (Sat., July 20, 2019) when eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao faces undefeated WBA Welterweight kingpin Keith Thurman inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE coverage of the main- and co-main events. The FOX pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast begins later this evening at 9 p.m. ET (watch it here), with Pacquiao and Thurman set to make their walks closer to midnight.

In the co-main event, Cuban Welterweight Yordenis Ugas attempts to rebound from a controversial loss to WBC champion Shawn Porter against unbeaten bruiser Omar Figueroa. One fight prior, Bantamweight knockout machine Luis Nery squares off with former champion Juan Carlos Payano, while all-action brawlers Sergey Lipinets and John Molina Jr. open the broadcast in violent fashion.

Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao

Age: 40
Record: 61-7-2, 39 KO
Last Five Fights: Adrien Broner (UD), Lucas Matthysse (TKO-7), Jeff Horn (UD Loss), Jessie Vargas (UD), Tim Bradley (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Juan Manuel Marquez (2x), Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton, Oscar de la Hoya, Marco Antonio Barrera (2x), Erik Morales (2x), Lehlo Ledwaba

VS.

Keith “One Time” Thurman

Age: 30
Record: 29-0, 22 KO
Last Five Fights: Josesito Lopez (MD), Danny Garcia (SD), Shawn Porter (UD), Luis Collazo (RTD-7), Robert Guerrero (UD)
Significant Victories (other than those mentioned above): Leonard Bundu


THE FIGHT

Thurman was a genuine terror once upon a time, brutalizing all comers in frightening fashion during his rise through the ranks. There was an argument to be made that Marcos Maidana — who has never shied away from a brawl in his life — wanted no part of him. Then, sometime around 2014, the knockouts just stopped coming. Sure, he was still hurting people, but nobody was staying down; in fact, his only finish in the last five years came via headbutt-induced cut over veteran spoiler Luis Collazo.

The lack of finishes and a rash of inactivity (injury-induced or otherwise) have steadily dulled Thurman’s shine despite victories over two of the division’s best in Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia. “One Time’s” January bout with overachieving bruiser Josesito Lopez — who fought Thurman to a majority decision despite being seen as a tune-up foe coming in — was just his third bout in the last four years.

If his power doesn’t work against strong opposition, then he’s just a quality boxer, and Pacquiao had already spent years beating quality boxers by the time Thurman made his first professional ring walk.

To be fair, Pacquiao is 40 years old, the markedly smaller man, and isn’t that far removed from a “loss” to mid-tier Aussie Jeff Horn. Thurman isn’t that sort of mauling pressure fighter, though, and lacks the potent counter-punching it traditionally takes to defuse Pacquiao’s furious offense. So long as the “Pac-Man” hasn’t seen a dramatic drop-off in speed since the Broner fight, he should be able to befuddle and out-work Thurman on his way to a close, but clear, victory.