Canelo Alverez vs Dmitry Bivol: tickets: cost, when and where to buy?
The Mexican fighter is back in action for the first time this year facing Dmitry Bivol on 7 May at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Saúl Canelo Álvarez is currently one of the the best boxers in the world and he wants to become the undisputed light heavyweight king. The 31-year-old has been preparing to fight Dmitry Bivol on 7 May for the WBA light heavyweight championship and he will not stop there.
“This is boxing and right now no one can defeat me because I feel better than ever. I don’t want to be disrespectful to the other boxers, but I am in the best shape of my life. I feel strong mentally and physically,” commented Canelo.
“[Dmitry’s] a really good boxer. He’s a solid champion at 175. It’s a dangerous fight. I like it, I love that kind of challenge. I really like it. But, I believe in my abilities, and I’m strong too. So, I’m confident in that, but it’s gonna be a really good fight.”
The return of the Mexican to the ring as he faces the Kyrgyzstan born Bivol is one of the most anticipated fights of the year but tickets are still available via a number of outlets.
Ringside seats at the T-Mobile Arena for Saturday’s fight in Floor E will set you back $11,000 plus but for those on a more modest budget, tickets (resale) are still available via Ticketmaster for the fight in Sector 220 of the Arena for $362.
The current average asking price for a ticket to see the Mexican in action is approximately $500 at the 20,000 capacity venue in Vegas.
StubHub too is offering a series of similarly priced tickets for the fight with the cheapest ticket currently available via the platform costing $375.