End a long, exciting season of boxing with a strong finish, and be sure to get WBC – World Championship tickets so that you can watch this ultimate fight take place in real-time. The WBC has been around for more than five decades and is an international professional boxing organization. Among others, past champions that have competed in the event before include Grigory Drozd, Mairis Briedis, and Tony Bellew. Perhaps one of the most famous world champions was Muhammad Ali, which defended the heavyweight title nine times.
Besides the world championship, other championship events that the WBC has hosted include the Silver Championship, which is intended for interim titles, the Diamond Championship, Franchise Championship, and Eternal Championship. Over the years, the WBC fighting events have attracted a decently sized following from viewers all over the world. Now, the World Boxing Council USA Facebook page has more than 4,400 followers. Aside from that, it earned a 4.5 out of 5 stars on the platform from event attendees as well. When you get WBC – World Championship tickets, you can expect to watch a variety of fighters give it their all out in the ring. During the championship, you can expect to see multiple weight classes competing, as well as both male and female divisions.
WBC - World Boxing Council boxing ticket prices vary based on the fight card, venue and seats you select. The popularity of the fighters and the build-up to the fight will affect pricing. Fans that prefer to be seated closer to the ringside should expect to pay more than others. Championship fights may cost more than standard fights. Get your fight tickets from TicketSmarter.
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In general, boxing tickets can start as low as $20 and cost as much as $5,000 depending on the match card and the hype for the main event. For a major title fight, ticket prices range anywhere from $1500 to $7500 depending on seat selection. Use our filtering system to compare prices and pick your seats to the next WBC - World Boxing Council match.
WBC - World Boxing Council fight schedule can range depending on the popularity of the card, promoters involved and whether the fight is televised or on PPV. For more popular/championship fights, matchups tend to take place on Saturdays. Less popular cards can take place on Thursday, Friday or Sunday. Promoters and series like Matchroom Boxing and Premier Boxing Champions have made major streaming and television deals with networks like DAZN, ESPN and Fox Sports, but there is nothing like being there live!
Over the years, several high profiled fights take place in some of the most prominent venues in the world. More historic boxing venues include the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden in New York City and Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. In recent times, we’ve seen more fights at venues like the Staples Center in Los Angeles and Barclays Center in New York. Our event calendar will help you find WBC - World Boxing Council fight dates.
The next WBC - World Boxing Council fight card will take place on March 23rd, 2023 at 7:00pm at Cabaret Du Casino De Montreal. The match card at Cabaret Du Casino De Montreal offers some exciting undercard fights along with an exciting WBC - World Boxing Council main event.
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Over the years, boxing has been home to some of the most prominent venues in the world like the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City. The venues have a seating capacity of 16,800 and 20,789. The MGM Grand has been home to fights like Wilder vs. Fury II, Floyd Mayweather vs. Oscar De La Hoya and Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez.
The MGM Grand offers different levels of seating. Go with floor levels A-G to be closest to ringside. The 200-level in zone H will bring the greatest savings. At MSG, go with sections 1-12 on the floor level to be closest to the action. You can also choose between levels 100-400. The best savings can be found on the 400-level. Our Seatics map will give you an idea of venue layout. Compare prices between different sections at the venue with the seating chart.
Cabaret Du Casino De Montreal at 1 Du Casino Avenue, Montreal, QC will play host to the upcoming WBC - World Boxing Council boxing match. TicketSmarter's WBC - World Boxing Council seating chart will accurately display all available seating options at Cabaret Du Casino De Montreal for the upcoming fight card.
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