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9/8/14 - In just five days, all eyes will focus on the Mayweather vs. Maidana II fight at MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Before the big bout on Sept. 13, you’ll get to see top notch undercard fights, including John Molina vs Humberto Soto, Leo Santa Cruz vs Manuel Roman, Miguel Vazquez vs Mickey Bey, and Alfredo Angulo vs James De La Rosa. Mayweather is risking all of his belts (WBA and WBC welterweight and WBC super welterweights) just to set the record straight this Saturday, and now, you can see “Money” defend all of his titles for an unbeatably low $373! That’s an $85 drop since last week. Settle the score with Mayweather - Maidana tickets and witness the resolution to boxing’s biggest storyline of 2014.
9/2/14 - You have 10 days left to buy Floyd Mayweather - Marcos Maidana tickets and watch the fight in person! We are now seeing attendance cost for the highly anticipated boxing match climb in price, having jumped $24 in the last five days: from a $434 get-in, to the current minimum of $458 in the Upper Level. Hurry and get your Mayweather-Maidana II tickets for the September 13 bout before inventory goes down quicker than a TKO!
8/28/14 - There's just over two weeks left for you to lock down Mayweather vs. Maidana tickets and see the biggest fight of the year go down in person. The get-in price at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 13 has continued to drop in price, now at a $434 minimum in the Upper Level. In the the upcoming first episode of Showtime’s “All Access: Mayweather-Maidana II,” the Argentine boxer let cameras film scenes that those before him have never allowed: a look into his sparring sessions with trainer Robert Garcia. To say revealing his strategy on national television runs a major risk would be an understatement, so the Maidana camp clearly has something up its sleeve. Find out exactly what that is with Mayweather-Maidana tickets now!
8/19/14 – We are less than one month out from the biggest boxing event this fall: the Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana welterweight rematch. Over the weekend, the Argentine fighter met with a media roundtable for Showtime’s Boxing telecast, and revealed the x-factor to his game: “I’m very versatile…I can do a little bit of everything. That’s why I’m at the pinnacle in the sport right now.” In regards to his opponent, Maidana asked, “Cant he switch up anything? I don’t think so.” See if you can answer this question yourself with Mayweather vs. Maidana tickets on Sept. 13. In a mere fortnight, the cost for Mayweather-Maidana tickets has dropped from a $554 get-in price to a $483 minimum at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
8/11/14 - The Mayweather-Maidana five-city press tour wrapped up to much success, rousing excitement around the world for their upcoming clash just over one month away. The boxers were recently interviewed from camp, and each are brimming with confidence in anticipation of Sept 13. “He has the will to win like I do,” Floyd Mayweather admitted before asserting “It’s another blockbuster [but] on Sept. 13 I will be faster. I will be stronger. I will be a better fighter.” An undaunted Maidana believes his experience grants him a major leg-up stating, “Even the first [fight], I didn’t find very difficult…it’s a great advantage that I already know Mayweather.” Can the Argentine slugger back up these brash statements? Will Mayweather underestimate his opponent? The bout is reaching such levels of excitement that it will be shown in movie theaters across the United States—but who wants to see a boxing match like that? Buy your Mayweather Maidana tickets today and actually be there to see the action in person!
7/30/14 - The Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana bout has been bumped up to improve viewer experience. In an effort to appease both West and East Coast sports fans, Showtime Pay Per View is moving the event up to 8pm, as opposed to the usual 9pm kick off. But don’t just be an average boxing PPV fan, buy your Mayweather - Maidana tickets and be there in person! Pay as little as $554 to get-in—that’s over a $150 drop in minimum price in just the last two weeks! Undercard fighters for the 9/13 match are likely to be announced in one week’s time, according to Showtime Sports head Stephen Espinoza.
7/14/14 – The Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Marcos Maidana rematch has been booked. The two will return to the ring on September 13, as Mayweather (46-0, 26 KO) looks to cement his dominance over the Argentine boxer that he defeated via majority decision back in May (117-111, 116-112 and 114-114). The fall fight is billed “Mayhem” and marks Money May's tenth consecutive bout at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. Mayweather-Maidana tickets in September average $2,138--that's about the same price as their first match, which racked up a $2,151 average.
Mayweather-Maidana II hasn’t even begun and the gloves are already coming off. During today’s tense press conference, Mayweather reacted to strong boos from the audience by betting Maidana’s purse the fighter wouldn’t beat him in the rematch. Maidana’s management brushed off the bet and called Floyd "scared," questioning whether Maidana (34-4, 31 KO) will be able to use his preferred (but controversial) gloves in the upcoming battle. “When Germany beat Argentina, it’s the same thing that’s gonna happen on September 13,” the pound-for-pound king foreshadowed the fight results, recalling the World Cup Final. Get into the Sept 13 fight for $718 in the Upper Sections; pay from $1,641 in the Lower Sections; and spend a $4,100 minimum to sit in the Floor Sections near the ring. The Argentine gave Money his toughest fight in years; see if boxing’s welterweight champ will be given his comeuppance with Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Marcos Maidana tickets now.
3/12/14 – Despite strong competition from the Barclays Center, the MGM Grand in Las Vegas will host one of the year’s biggest fights – Mayweather vs. Maidana on May 3. The fight, announced Feb 24, will be Floyd Mayweather’s eleventh in a row in Las Vegas and twelfth overall at MGM. Mayweather tickets start at $623 (202) and reach $14,116 (4th row). The average price of Mayweather vs Maidana tickets is $2151, $1339 less than Mayweather vs. Alvarez tickets (also at "Mayweather Gets Money"). You won’t want to miss the entertainment value that Marcos Maidana exudes in the ring or the hand speed of Mayweather, so beat other boxing fans to the punch and grab your Floyd Mayweather tickets today!
9/6/13 - With Floyd Mayweather’s fight against Canelo Alvarez just over a week away, the 9/14 bout is shaping up to be one of the biggest in recent memory. Win or lose, Mayweather is set to receive a whopping $41.5 million from the fight, the largest purse ever, passing Evander Holyfield’s payday for his 1997 rematch with Mike Tyson. The average price for Mayweather vs. Alvarez tickets is currently $3490, down $258 in the last 2 weeks.
7/3/13 - Undefeated and widely considered to be the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, Floyd Mayweather is one of the biggest stars in boxing. Known for his outspoken and arrogant temperament, Mayweather certainly puts his money where his mouth is. For the last two years, he has been named the highest-earning athlete in America over the likes of Tiger Woods and Lebron James. In February, Mayweather signed a six-fight deal with Showtime worth an estimated $200 million. In the first fight of the deal, Mayweather dominated challenger Robert “Ghost” Guerrero. The fight was also Mayweather’s first following his prison-forced hiatus.
Mayweather’s next fight comes on September 14th, 2013 against fellow undefeated fighter Canelo Alvarez. Mexican boxer Alvarez is an emerging star, and at just 22 years old, is 13 years younger than Mayweather. While the fight will be held on Mayweather’s home turf at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, it will take place on Mexican Independence Day and Alvarez should receive strong crowd support. Mayweather will move up in weight for the fight, agreeing to a light-middleweight bout for just the third time in his long career. Expect extremely high demand for Mayweather tickets, now averaging more than Mayweather’s last two fights against Guerrero and Juan Manual Marquez combined.