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 Macau Challenges Vegas As Boxing Mecca
Macau Challenges Vegas As Boxing Mecca

AIR DATE: December 4, 2013

Macau casinos are already generating greater revenues than Las Vegas. Now the Asian gambling capital is entering a new arena, the boxing game. For decades Las Vegas was known as the fight capital of the world, but that may be changing after Manny Pacquiao recently won in a fight dubbed the Clash in Cotai. Will Macau continue to steal the biggest fights and entertainment shows that once belonged to Las Vegas?




John Katsilometes, entertainment writer Las Vegas Sun

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