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Brian Viloria vs. Tyson Marquez Ticket Information

The tickets for the WBO and WBA unification championship but between Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria and Hernan “Tyson” Marquez have now been made available with prices ranging from 25 dollars for the much anticipated clash slated for Saturday, November 17th, at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.  The event will be broadcast live by Wealth TV in the United States as well as Azteca 7 in Mexico.

The bout is one of the most anticipated fights this year in the world of boxing in the lower weight classes.  It is a fight between two world champions in the right time in each of their respective careers with much at stake and lucrative contracts in the future for the winner while set at a historic venue.

The current WBA flyweight champion Hernan “Tyson” Marquez (34-2, 25KOs) will face the WBO flyweight champion Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria (31-3, 18KOs) on Saturday, November 17th, at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.  The scheduled twelve round bout is presented by Zanfer Promotions and will be broadcast in Mexico by Azteca 7 and in the United States and through out the world by Wealth TV.

In what is expected as a battle between two power punchers, a southpaw versus an orthodox fighter, a brawler who has refined his technique in Marquez and a pure boxer who has developed as knock out artist like Viloria, the match up has created dividing opinions and generated controversy.

Marquez, who has been training for the last eight weeks in Oxnard, California, is now trained by Robert Garcia who once was the trainer of Viloria and led him multiple world titles.  Viloria is now trained by Freddie Roach who is considered as one of the best strategist in the world.

With this back story, an extraordinary gate is expected at the Los Angeles Sports Arena where both communities, the Mexican and Asian, will be at hand to support their respective heroes.

Ticket Info

Tickets are now available through www.ticketmaster.com and at www.ticketon.com with prices ranging from $37.40 to $141.25 with fees and taxes included.  General Admission tickets are set at $37.40 while  Arena are at $64.50 with Floor priced at $95.20 and ringside at $141.25.

The Los Angeles Sports Arena is located at 3939 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA, 90037.  The arena has a capacity for sixteen thousand patrons with ample sections for the handicapped and a parking lot for 5,295 vehicles with a set price of $7.00.  For more information please contact 213.748.6131.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by [email protected] on 10-23-2012

this is a good match...marquez to take revenge of his countrymen who suffered in the hands of viloria...and viloria to prove he is on a new level after that romero backlash...

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