One of the biggest world championship fights to be held in a U.S. sports stadium since Muhammad Ali-Ken Norton in 1976, is ready to rumble. Manny Pacquiao and Joshua Clottey both stepped on the scales in the shadow of Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

Clottey tipped the scales at the welterweight limit of 147 pounds and pronounced himself in perfect condition for to take on the champ. "I feel so good, very well for this fight and I'm ready," said the boxer from Ghana who has a 35-3 record with 21 knockouts. "I have my game plan and know that Manny is a good fighter and am ready for him. I'm ready to show the world who I am," said Clottey.

Pacquiao weighed in a little bit lighter at 145 1/2 pounds and strayed away from his trainer, Freddie Roach's prediction of a knockout. "I'm not going to promise you a knockout but I'll do my best to make people happy and don't want them to be disappointed," said Pacquiao who drew cheers from a good sized crowd watching the weigh in on a windy day in Arlington.

Shortly before the weigh-in, Top Rank Boxing and Cowboys Stadium announced the release of Party Pass tickets to the welterweight championship. It is the same standing room only tickets that the Cowboys offered for $25 but for this fight the price is raised to $35. Tickets for the seats range from $50-$700.

Party pass tickets give fans a chance to enjoy pre-fight festivities in the plazas outside Cowboys Stadium and access to six party decks located in the end zones of the stadium. Standing room viewing along the party deck rails is on a first come, first served basis. Large video screens with live broadcasts of the fight are on the plazas just outside the party decks.

Party pass tickets do not provide fans with a seat but do allow fans to move about the party decks and open spaces in the main concourses.

The first fight starts at 5:00pm with the main event scheduled for 8:00pm.