Multi-weight wonder Manny Pacquiao climbs in the ring once again on 13. Nov. 2010. when the 31 year old southpaw meets Antonio Margarito for the vacant WBA light middleweight title at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX.

After winning world titles at flyweight, super bantam, featherweight, super feather, lightweight, light welter and welterweight, Pacquiao, 51-3-2 (38), will now try his hand at light middleweight. In the opposite corner will be Margarito, 38-6 (27), who previously held the WBO, IBF and WBA belts at welter and, with a five inch height and considerable reach advantage, represents a very tall hurdle for Pacquiao to clear.

The key to this contest will be Pacquiao's quickness and he will almost certainly use his advantage in this department to offset the edges that Margarito holds in other areas.

But will Pacquiao be able to take the punches of Margarito?

Who will win this match?

This is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place and exact kick-off time of this boxing match!

Let's see what the chart says!

In this match, Pacquiao, according to the odds is the favourite. As the favourite, Pacquiao gets the 1st house ruler, Sun. (According to the colour method: because Pacquiao's kit is white, and because the Sun represents brighter colours, Pacquiao is represent with ruler of the ASC).

Margarito is therefore represented by the DSC ruler, Saturn. (Margarito's kit is dark red, which is appropriate for the ruler, Saturn).

The Antiscion of Sun is only 15' from the DSC cusp (it is important that it is in the same sign). This means that Pacquiao controls Margarito. Next, Pacquiao's ruler, the Sun, is in an angular house, while Margarito's ruler, Saturn, is in a cadent house. This is another advantage for Pacquiao. The only aspect that the Moon makes within 5 is with Ve rx, the ruler of the 10th house, which predicts success for Pacquiao (in horary astrology 10th house is all about success), so, Pacquiao will be the winner !!


After the match on the website I read the following text:

"Manny Pacquiao manhandles Antonio Margarito in title fight

Manny Pacquiao proved beyond a doubt Saturday night what most people believed coming into his super welterweight championship fight against Antonio Margarito that size doesn't matter as much as speed and quickness. And heart. Pacquiao, 17 pounds lighter than Margarito at the opening bell, had too much of everything for Margarito and won going away at Cowboys Stadium before a raucous crowd of 41,734 and extended his record to world championships in eight different weight divisions. Nobody else has more than six. "