Originally written on Fight Hub TV  |  Last updated 9/13/13
If your still itching to see the Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Saul “Canelo” Alvarez junior middleweight super-fight go down in person you’re in luck, there are 521 tickets still available at the time of this article on Stub Hub for a hefty price that is. The ticket reselling website has tickets starting at $1,550 for upper level seats and as high as $35,000 for ringside seats in Row B. The tickets that originally sold out in less than 24 hours, ranged from $350-$2,000 and are of course a hot commodity right now with this being billed the biggest event in boxing history by the promoters. That is a 348%  increase one the “cheap” tickets and a whopping 1675% increase on the ringside tickets from face value. Sure, if you didn’t get a chance to grab some tickets in the less than one day period the tickets were officially on sale and have a little extra cash to spend, the money should be well worth it. With the main bout being Mayweather and Canelo being worth the price of admission alone,...
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