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LOS ANGELES — Two Mexican boxing greats will square off just outside of Las Vegas on Cinco de Mayo weekend. With a capacity crowd of 20,000 sure to fill the T-Mobile Arena on May 6, tickets for the upcoming catchweight bout between Saúl “Canelo”Álvarez and Julio César Chávez Jr. have been selling for an average of $520 each.
As the world’s leading supplier of hard-to-get Sports Tickets of all kinds, Barry’s Ticket Service is better stocked than any other source. From affordable upper-level seats to private, 12-person suites and ultra-premium ringside placement, Barry’s and BarrysTickets.com have the best selection of the hottest, most sought-after Boxing Tickets of recent times. With interest in Canelo vs. Chávez Jr. already high and still rising steadily, Barry’s Ticket Service clients can count on getting great seats for the bout at the best prices.
“We’re huge fans of boxing, and there’s no doubt that the upcoming Canelo-Chávez Jr. fight is one of the most anticipated in quite some time,” said Barry’s Ticket Service representative Christopher Cabera. “With nearly seventy dramatic knockouts between them, these are two extremely exciting fighters from a country that is incredibly passionate about boxing. Mexico has produced hundreds of history’s top boxing talents, so to have two of her native sons entering the ring on Cinco de Mayo weekend is especially thrilling. We’re proud to report that we have nearly 800 tickets to the fight available right now, with spectacular deals on everything from basic get-ins to ringside seats.”
Born 1990 in Guadalajara, Mexico, Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán is best known by boxing fans as “Canelo,” a Spanish-language reference to his cinammon-colored hair. With a professional record of 48 wins (including 34 by knockout), one loss, and one draw, Canelo is currently ranked as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world by online boxing record aggregator BoxRec.
Hailing from Culiacán in Sinaloa, Mexico, 31-year-old Julio César Chávez Jr. is the son of a six-time world champion who is widely considered the greatest Mexican boxer of all. With a distinguished professional career of his own that includes 50 wins and 32 knockouts against only two losses and one draw, Chávez took the WBC middleweight title in 2011, defending it successfully until September of the following year.
Since both fighters rank among the most popular and talented of the era, interest in their upcoming Cinco de Mayo weekend showdown has been extremely high. As one of the world’s leading sources for hard-to-get tickets like those for the May 6 Canelo vs. Chávez Jr. fight in Las Vegas, Barry’s Ticket Service currently boasts a huge selection at unbeatable prices. Boxing fans can browse and buy tickets online at BarrysTickets.com or stop by the company’s retail locations in Calabasas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
About Barry’s Ticket Service:
For over 20 years, Barry’s Ticket Service has been providing hard-to-find tickets for the most popular events to clients worldwide. With three retail locations and an e-commerce store at BarrysTickets.com, Barry’s Ticket Service makes it easy and affordable to attend any sports, concert, theater, or special event.
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