NBA champion Kawhi Leonard was one of the celebrities to take their seats at ringside moments before Manny Pacquiao's fight against Keith Thurman on Sunday at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas,
Leonard, who signed a multi-year deal with the LA Clippers just weeks after leading the Toronto Raptors to a maiden NBA championship, came early for the fight and took his seat just a few rows away from the Pacquiao family.
Also in the building was Floyd Mayweather, Jr., who is being mentioned as Pacquiao's likely next foe if the Filipino ring hero hurdles Thurman.
Mayweather, whose handlers now promote Pacquiao's fights, sat a few seats away from the press row and a few rows away from Leonard.
On the other hand, no less than Miss Universe Catriona Gray was by Pacquiao's side when the world's only eight-division world champion entered the MGM Grand.
With Gray was Ilocos Sur governor Chavit Singson, a longtime Pacquiao pal.