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 Last update:  11/5/2013       Read more by David P. Greisman         
   
Bradley-Marquez Sold 10.6K Tickets, Had $3M Gate
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by David P. Greisman

The Oct. 12 fight between Timothy Bradley and Juan Manuel Marquez sold 10,683 tickets and did a gate of $2,998,950, according to figures provided by Keith Kizer of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

That’s an average of $280.72 per ticket sold.

The card, held at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, also had 1,370 tickets given away for free.

Another 5,649 tickets went unsold.

The eight-fight show was headlined by Bradley’s split decision win over Marquez, which was the main event of an HBO pay-per-view.  The undercard bouts included Orlando Salido knocking out Orlando Cruz, Vasyl Lomachenko knocking out Jose Ramirez, and Seanie Monaghan stopping Anthony Smith.

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Tags: Timothy Bradley , Juan Manuel Marquez , Marquez-Bradley , Marquez vs Bradley


 

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comment by sterilizer, on 11-06-2013
[QUOTE=reflex+speed=me]well i guess my main point is.. bradley & marquez both beat pacquiao cotto got his asz whooped silly & nobody knows who rodriguez is at all hence, bradley & marquez SHOULDVE sold more but DIDNT. oh well (shrugs shoulders)[/QUOTE] Bradley DID NOT BEAT PACQUIAO. Eve...

comment by Jaliscoguey13, on 11-05-2013
what were the PPV numbers sold?

comment by FrenchDeLaHoya, on 11-05-2013
[QUOTE=WilkinsOlajuwon]so what?...............[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Slyboots]Neither of those guys are as big of a draw as Cotto is. 10.6k is still very good.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=apocalypto]Wasnt that fight held where there was a huge population of ricans? Dont u think this fight would of sold way mor...

comment by iloveboxing2, on 11-05-2013
TR messed up promoting this fight, 5k unsold seat?! that's a lost revenue of 1.4M, min. Figures are not that bad but Juan can forget Part II unless he agrees to a 30/70 deal in case part II happens. That was bad business decision by JMM to fight Tim and the worst part of it, Juan's pretty good ma...

comment by Boskop, on 11-05-2013
So, if the non-ringside ticketprices were a little lower it would have sold out right?

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