Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul tickets are already going for astronomical price ahead of official release date

Tickets for the blockbuster fight between Jake Paul and Mike Tyson won’t come cheap ahead of the official release date.

Paul vs. Tyson is set for July 20 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The now-professional bout will be aired on Netflix as a clear favourite has emerged following the contest being sanctioned by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations.

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Up to 80,000 spectators are expected to fill the stadium which is home to the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL.

The heavyweight clash is set to earn a massive gate revenue based on the prices of the tickets.

Gametime, an app/site for last minute tickets, has released ticket details for Paul vs. Tyson.

The lowest priced tickets are available for $575 (including taxes and fees) while ringside seats are available for a whopping $8,067.

Fans who have signed up for the presale will get access to tickets on May 14 while the general sale is set for May 16.

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On StubHub, ticket prices range from $323 to $2,184.

In a statement, StubHub said: “You may see a ticket listed on StubHub before an event’s pre-sale or on-sale date.

“This is because tickets are distributed across venues, sponsors, key players and individuals involved with the event, who know they have tickets and can’t always use them.

“It’s important to note there is no incentive for a seller to post a ticket on StubHub they can’t deliver. As part of our seller policies, we prohibit sellers from listing a ticket they can’t provide.”

A huge crowd is expected for Paul vs. Tyson despite the fight being maligned by fans and critics alike.

It will be the boxing legend’s first appearance in a ring since his exhibition against Roy Jones Jr back in November 2020.

As for ‘The Problem Child’, he last fought in March when he stopped Ryan Bourland.

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Topics: Mike Tyson, Jake Paul, Boxing

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