- Manny Pacquiao makes his anticipated boxing comeback this weekend
- The Filipino takes on Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas on Saturday
- Watch his weigh-in LIVE ahead of the WBO world welterweight clash
The Filipino was last in action in April when he faced Timothy Bradley Jnr before he announced his retirement for a foray into politics.
Watch the weigh-in ahead of the clash LIVE.
WHERE IS THE FIGHT?
The welterweight showdown between Pacquiao and his American opponent takes place at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States.
Los Angeles-born Vargas, who now resides in Vegas, will be fighting in front of home support but faces a boxer who is no stranger to the venue.
Pacquiao has boxed in front of the Thomas and Mack Center crowd twice before, beating Erik Morales on both occasions.
WHERE TO WATCH?
Pay-per-view channel Box Nation - channel 437 on Sky - will be broadcasting the showdown live on Sunday morning (UK time).
And if you're not keen on subscribing to watch the fight, Sportsmail's ANDY WARREN will be providing round-by-round coverage with updates from JEFF POWELL.
WHAT TIME DOES IT START?
The programme for the world welterweight title showdown is scheduled to start at 1am (GMT) on Sunday morning. The fight should begin around 4am (GMT) but that depends on how long the undercards last.
WHO IS ON THE UNDERCARD?
The show in Vegas includes a number of mouthwatering undercard fights, featuring three WBO world title fights before the main event.
Among them are Nonito Donaire, who puts his super-bantamweight crown on the line against unbeaten Jessie Magdaleno.
Elsewhere, undefeated Oscar Valdez defends his featherweight belt for the first time, facing Japanese challenger Hiroshige Osawa.
PACQUIAO AND VARGAS FIGHT RECORDS...
Filipino boxing icon Pacquiao, a seven-division world champion, has eight defeats during his career.
His most recent defeat came against Floyd Mayweather in 2015. The 37-year-old has won 58 fights (38 KOs) during his successful career.
Vargas, the WBO welterweight champion, has suffered just one loss; with Timothy Bradley Jnr - who has also beaten Pacquiao - coming out on top.
He has however clinched 27 victories, 10 of which have been KOs, and his most recent win saw him overcome Sadam Ali.
The fight will take place in Las Vegas on November 5 with Vargas regarded as a heavy underdog.
The 27-year-old will have youth on his side against a man one decade older but some bookmakers have Pacquiao as short as 1/10 for the victory.