It’s here: Fight week begins with Pacquiao caravan to Vegas

In this Monday, April 13, 2015, file photo, boxer Manny Pacquiao, left, of the Philippines, and his trainer Freddie Roach share a laugh as they look at a speed bag showing an images of Floyd Mayweather Jr., a gift from lawyer Robert Shapiro, background center, in Los Angeles. Roach has guided Pacquiao to the pinnacle of boxing, yet the most celebrated trainer of his era still rises before dawn and wins his daily fight with Parkinson's disease because he always finds new reasons to live. (AP Photo)
In this Monday, April 13, 2015, file photo, boxer Manny Pacquiao, left, of the Philippines, and his trainer Freddie Roach share a laugh as they look at a speed bag showing an images of Floyd Mayweather Jr., a gift from lawyer Robert Shapiro, background center, in Los Angeles. Roach has guided Pacquiao to the pinnacle of boxing, yet the most celebrated trainer of his era still rises before dawn and wins his daily fight with Parkinson’s disease because he always finds new reasons to live. (AP Photo)

The last time Freddie Roach was on the interstate linking Los Angeles with this boxing capital, he was written up for going 140 mph.

Roach will be driving a lot slower Monday as part of a colorful caravan of hundreds of cars heading down Interstate 15 with Manny Pacquiao for his showdown with Floyd Mayweather Jr. (Read more)