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How much are tickets for the Rafael Espinoza vs Robeisy Ramírez fight?

The Cuban prodigy will defend his WBO featherweight belt against the Mexican contender Rafael Espinoza in Florida.

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The Cuban prodigy will defend his WBO featherweight belt against the Mexican contender Rafael Espinoza in Florida.

2023 has been a great year for boxing, and combat sports fans hope 2024 will bring, at least, as many great fights.

However, there are still some big fights before the end of December, and one of them is the Robeisy Ramírez vs Rafael Espinoza clash.

The Cuban puts his WBO featherweight belt on the line against the unbeaten El Divino on Saturday, December 9, at Charles F. Dodge City Center in Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Ramirez, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, is one of the boxing forces to watch after beating former world champion Isaac Dogboe to win the WBO title in April and defending it successfully via TKO against Japanese contender Satoshi Shimizu in July.

How much are the tickets?

The fight between both men promises to be an all-action bout, with an interesting clash between the Mexican and the Cuban boxing schools.

While Ramirez will do whatever it takes to get his hand raised and keep his belt, Espinoza knows this is the opportunity of a lifetime to make history and become a world champion.

“I am happy and grateful for what is happening. The time has come, the opportunity of my life, and I will not waste it (...)”, the Guadalajara native said.

Both men seem ready and the winners, regardless of who emerges victorious, will be boxing fans.

For those who are interested in watching the fight live at Charles F. Dodge City Center, they will have to be ready to spend some cash.

According to TicketSmarter, the cheapest ticket to attend the arena is $116, taking into consideration that many seats have already been sold, while the average seat price is around $250.

The most expensive tickets, which offer the best views of the ring, go up to $587.

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