Sunday, January 17, 2010

Cheerleaders to keep Pacquiao company

LOS ANGELES – Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum is getting a bigger private plane so a chosen few – select members of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders – could join Manny Pacquiao to his whirlwind visit of New York on Wednesday.
As part of the hype to promote Pacquiao’s March 13 clash with Joshua Clottey of Ghana at the Cowboys Stadium in the city of Arlington, which is just outside the Dallas area, Arum is bringing the busty and long-legged beauties to the Big Apple.
“We’ll have some room for some cheerleaders on the plane,” said Arum from his homebase in Las Vegas.
Dallas is rolling the red carpet for Pacquiao when it hosts the kickoff press conference on Tuesday and the entire cheerleading squad will be on hand to provide excitement to the affair that promptly begins at 1 p.m.
Arum and Texas billionaire Jerry Jones are going to be on hand alongside other dignitaries from the world of boxing and football in the event that is expected to be mind-blowing in terms of production and presentation.
“It’s going to be something you’ve never seen before,” hollered Arum, whose promotional outfit Top Rank is joining hands with Jones in staging the bout dubbed “The Event,” the first time boxing will be held at the $1.2-billion facility owned by California-born Jones.
Pacquiao, meanwhile, is arriving at LAX at 5:15 p.m. on Sunday on board Philippine Airlines from Manila with his entourage in tow.
At 3 p.m. on Monday, Pacquiao will take a private plane near LAX that will make a brief stop in Las Vegas to pick up Arum and his stepson Todd DuBoef for the continuation of the full flight to Dallas.

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