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Carl Froch vs. George Groves Ticket Information
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Tickets for Carl Froch’s WBA and IBF Super-Middleweight title defence against George Groves at the Phones 4U Arena Manchester on November 23 will go on sale at midday on Tuesday (September 17).

Tickets priced at £30, £40 and £60 (upper tier), £80, £100, £150 and £200 (lower tier), £200, £300 and £500 (floor) will go on sale via or by calling 0844 847 8000, while £800 VIP Gold packages are exclusively available through or by calling 01277 359 900.

Froch and Groves will come face-to-face at a press conference as tickets go on sale and promoter Eddie Hearn expects another sold-out show featuring The Cobra.

“Phones and Twitter hasn't stopped for tickets since we announced this fight had been made,” said Hearn. “Froch vs. Kessler II sold out in a few hours and we are expecting massive demand when the lines and website open on Tuesday.”

Tags: Carl Froch , George Groves , Froch-Groves , Froch vs. Groves

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comment by Cleaver, on 09-16-2013
I'm thinking about going to this one, but I've never been to the MEN arena. Anyone know how much £££ you need to spend to get a decent view? Prices seem a bit ****ed, are the cheap seats pointless?

comment by Adamjr91, on 09-14-2013
I don't think Froch-Groves will be a PPV, I think sky have learned their lesson from Hayes PPVs with Harrison and Wladamir. The only reason why Haye-Fury is a PPV is because those two are the biggest bullsh1ters in British boxing.

comment by CraigM, on 09-14-2013
[url][/url] Interestingly, it hasn't been added to the listings yet. Guess its still up in the air a bit.

comment by Andre Wardttke, on 09-14-2013
Eddie Hearn has pretty much confirmed in his interviews with iFilmLondon that it will be PPV and it's the only way they can make the fight. PPV to make a champion face his mandatory, bûll****. I bet it's Froch, he won't fight again on a non Box Office card.

comment by CraigM, on 09-14-2013
[QUOTE=Enzo Mc is ****]Sky won't want to take the focus off Haye-Fury. The hype will start soon. Has it been confirmed as PPV?[/QUOTE] Nah, I don't think it'll end up as a PPV either. Infact, all the announcements for it with sky sports so far has not been PPV

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