Below we detail the price to attend the Mexican boxer's party.
How much do the tickets cost to go to the Canelo vs. Canelo post-fight party? Golovkin 3
Mexican boxer Saúl 'Canelo' Álvarez assured that he wants to end the career of veteran Gennady Golovkin u> in the expected third match between the two in September in Las Vegas (Nevada).
Four years after their last fight, both fighters starred in a tense reunion on Friday at the official presentation of the closing of the trilogy, which will take place on September 17 at the T-Mobile Arena.
The first confrontation between the 31-year-old Mexican and the 40-year-old Kazakh ended in a controversial draw in 2017, with many pundits calling Golovkin the winner.
The second, held a year later, ended with a unanimous decision victory for Álvarez, who now, become the undisputed super middleweight champion, wants to settle any doubts about his superiority by knockout.
“That's what I'll be looking for from the first round,” said 'Canelo' in a meeting with journalists on Friday at a theater in Los Angeles (California).
PRICE OF TICKETS TO ATTEND THE “CANELO” ÁLVAREZ PARTY
- Black wall : 7 thousand dollars (139 thousand 550 Mexican pesos)
- Fourth tier: 10 thousand dollars (199 thousand 400 Mexican pesos)
- Upper dance floor: 22 thousand 500 dollars (448 thousand 560 Mexican pesos)
- Dance floor: 27 thousand 500 dollars (approximately 548 thousand 250 pesos Mexicans)
CANELO ÁLVAREZ'S NEXT FIGHT IN 2022
- The next fight between Canelo vs. Golovkin 3 will be this September 17 in Las Vegas
Shortly after, the boxer from Guadalajara held a two-minute face-to-face with Golovkin on stage, whom he disqualified for some comments made within the framework of this long and bitter rivalry.
“For me this is personal. It's my way of being. I don't pretend to be someone else or say different things in the media or elsewhere,” Álvarez said. “It's personal to me because he said a lot of things.”
“He is like two different people. He pretends to be a nice guy but he's not. He's an asshole”, said 'Canelo', with only a chair between the Kazajo.
The Mexican, who needs a win to forget his May's surprising loss to Russia's Dmitry Bivol, stressed that he wants to send Golovkin into retirement with a fast-track victory.
“And I will do it for sure,” he said. “That's the only way I want to end this fight.”
“I don't take it personally,” Golovkin replied. “This is sport. I'm not trying to be two different guys as has been said.”
“I don't understand what you're talking about because after the second match we shook hands and I think we left everything behind at that moment,” he said. “If he says he still has something against me, it's his problem, not mine.”
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