Getting access into arguably the biggest fight in boxing history will take just more than just a credit card and a ticket connect

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When the news got out that Money Team’s boss don, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquaio were finally able to come up with a deal to schedule a May 2nd bout, flights to Las Vegas were selling out faster than a Drake album (If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late). As highly anticipated of a fight of this manner, people would assume that there will be high demand of tickets to be available to the public. Unfortunately, this is not the case at all. According to’s Dan Rafael, there would be only up to 1,000 tickets available to the public. The cheapest the tickets are going for are a whopping $1,000.00. But wait, there’s another catch 22 to this event.

Prestige boxing promoter Bob Arum announced that in order to get ringside tickets, you must have at least $250,000 at hand to be in consideration. ESPN Radio 1100 host Scott Spreitzer took to Twitter to tweet to his followers about this controversial ticket planning for the blockbuster bout.



So if you planning on stay home or ordering it to host a fight party, get ready to pay a pretty penny as HBO and Showtime decided to partnered up and charge fans $89.95 to see what many consider as the fight of the generation. Mark your calendar, budget your money wisely because Saturday, May 2nd 2015 will be a heavy spending day if you trying to enjoy the fight in the most convenient way. Expect to see the biggest stars amongst stars on hand as this potential legendary pay-per-view fight will definitely exhibit what celebs bank account is on fleek.

-Omari White

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