Fury-Cunningham Tickets Ready To Go on Sale For MSG
NEW YORK, NY - Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 8th at 12:00 noon ET, for the April 20th, Tyson Fury vs. Steve Cunningham fight which will be held at the Theater at Madison Square Garden and broadcast live in the afternoon on NBC.
Undefeated 6'9" heavyweight contender and former Irish, Commonwealth and British Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury will make his New York debut when he takes on two-time World Champion Steve "USS" Cunningham.
This fight is an official IBF Heavyweight Voluntary Eliminator fight for the #2. The winner must meet #1 or the leading available contender to establish the mandatory challenger for Heavyweight King Wladimir Klitschko. The fight will be broadcast at 4PM ET on NBC as a special 2 hour afternoon presentation of NBC Sports Fight Night.
Tickets are priced $25, $50, $100, $250 and $500. Tickets are available at the Madison Square Garden box office, through Ticketmaster 866-858-0008 and at ticketmaster.com. Ticket prices include a $5 Facility Surcharge. Ticketmaster purchases are subject to a Ticketmaster Surcharge. Wheelchairs, companion seats, aisle seats and Assistive Listening Devices are available 212-465-6035.
April 20th at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York features Tyson Fury vs. Steve Cunningham in the main event. The undercard will be announced shortly. The main event and co-feature fight will be broadcast on NBC network TV beginning 4PM ET. The card is presented by Hennessy Sports and Main Events.
Cunningham in trouble [IMG]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/313875_164705400350057_653560825_n.jpg[/IMG]Comment by PunchyPotorff on 03-08-2013
Wish I lived closer to NYC or Vegas. All we get in Atlanta are 'foregone conclusion' fights.Comment by tjames81 on 03-08-2013
Is anyone attending ??Comment by paulf on 03-07-2013
[QUOTE=Freedom.;13121290]It seems the IBF has a double standard. When Chambers dropped out of the four-fighter IBF eliminator, Tony Thompson was granted mandatory status. But now when Adamek has dropped out, instead of granting Pulev mandatory status, they come up with…Comment by Freedom. on 03-07-2013
It seems the IBF has a double standard. When Chambers dropped out of the four-fighter IBF eliminator, Tony Thompson was granted mandatory status. But now when Adamek has dropped out, instead of granting Pulev mandatory status, they come up with…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (6)