Sports Showtime plans four-part Floyd Mayweather Jr. series for fight against Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather Jr. works out at the Mayweather Boxing Club with CEO of Mayweather Promotions Leonard Ellerbe, left, and gym manager and The Money Team assistant Solomon Sinclair on April 22, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ethan Miller By NEWSDAY.COM firstname.lastname@example.org March 31, 2015 2:16 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Floyd Mayweather Jr. brings his bigger-than-life persona -- and his 47-0 record -- into the ring on May 2 to face Manny Pacquiao in what will be one of the biggest fights in boxing history. It certainly carries with it the biggest purse in the sport, estimated to top more than $400 million in total. While Mayweather and Pacquiao scheduled just one news conference before fight week -- March 11 in Los Angeles -- fans wanting more of a glimpse in "Money" Mayweather will get it in a four-part series on Showtime. Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao: Who wins? Mayweather by KO/TKO Pacquiao by KO/TKO Mayweather by decision Pacquiao by decision Draw Mayweather by KO/TKO (5) 12% Pacquiao by KO/TKO (6) 14% Mayweather by decision (18) 43% Pacquiao by decision (12) 29% Draw (1) 2% Show results "Inside Mayweather vs. Pacquaio" debuts April 18 on Showtime following its boxing broadcast of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.'s fight. It's the same night as HBO's debut of "Mayweather-Pacquiao: At Last." Episode 2 of Showtime's series will premiere April 25. The third episode, which will be during fight week, premieres on April 29 and the final installment of the series -- the "Epilogue" -- airs May 9. "Inside Mayweather vs. Pacquiao will not only welcome viewers into Mayweather's camp before the fight, but also give viewers a window into those dramatic and often poignant moments immediately before and after this historic fight," Showtime Sports executive vice president and general manager Stephen Espinoza said in a statement. For previous Mayweather fights on Showtime, the cable network produced its "All Access" series chronicling each fighter's final few weeks of preparation. But Pacquiao is contracted with HBO, which has its own coverage planned. By NEWSDAY.COM email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.