Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by liger1992, Feb 15, 2019.
Joshua > Wilder in the US?!
I would have thought "post-sale" ticket sales are the important ones.
Doesn't this just mean a bunch of tickets have been sold to on-sellers & less will be available to genuine boxing fans at face value?
Or that a bunch of freebies have been set aside for celebs?
I Hate how the secondary resale market has destroyed the entire ticket sales system.
Looking at the seating plan they have sold a lot of the top end expensive seats.
And the new!
I find this hard to believe in the U.S.
Eddie Hearn lying more than a 5 year old kid
So many haters because AJ is gonna do well in the states.
Just look at the seating plan. You can see tickets sold
Oh god i sense this silly money race game really ramping up here. As soon as Wilder Fury is done and selling the game is on. That will be fun.
Ticket resellers sellout everything in “record time” these days.
Can't say I'm not surprised I mean it's Joshua, the demand for tickets will be high will be shocked if it's not sold out or close to it. Wonder if it will break the MSG live gate record held by McGregor/Alvarez? It's possible the top end tickets are almost $1K more than for that fight.
Well then Fury or Wilder will be licking their lips.