Tickets for the boxing card Dec. 12 and the awards banquet Dec. 13 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, can now be purchased on an event-by-event basis.
Tickets for the United States vs. The World fight card Saturday, Dec. 12, are available at $65 for Gold, $80 for VIP, $100 for Platinum and $150 for Super VIP.
Tickets for the fight card plus the hospitality package are available at $150 for Gold, $250 for VIP, $400 for Platinum and $500 for Super VIP.
Tickets for “The Greatest Ever Boxer” dinner, awards ceremony and entertainment Sunday, Dec. 13, are available at $250 for Gold, $450 for VIP, $800 for Platinum and $1000 for Super VIP.
These tickets can only be purchased by calling MMG Marketing at 702-617-9730 ext. 4.
The card Dec. 12 features the International Boxing Federation’s No. 6 junior middleweight, Sechew Powell of Brooklyn, N.Y., against Antonio Mesquita of Brazil in the main event, plus six other fights pitting boxers from the United States against fighters from other countries.
Four of the boxers the are sons of former world champions--Elijah McCall, Aaron Pryor Jr., Ronald Hearns and John Jackson--and two of the fathers, Aaron Pryor and Thomas Hearns, are nominees for the “World’s Greatest Ever Boxer.”
The card is promoted by Seminole Warriors Boxing of Davie, Fla.
At the awards gala the age-old question about who are the all-time greatest boxers finally will be answered. Muhammad Ali was the self-proclaimed “Greatest.” But was it really Ali or, instead, “Sugar” Ray Robinson or Joe Louis? And then there are current boxers such as Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao?
The winners in the eight original weight divisions plus “The World’s Greatest Ever Boxer” will be announced Dec. 13, the final day of a three-day celebration of these outstanding boxers in Las Vegas.
Weekend packages can be bought at ww.greatestever.com. Travel packages can be bought by following the links to travel partners on the website.
The events Dec. 11-13 at the Paris Las Vegas include:
Friday, Dec. 11--Welcome reception and official weigh-in for a boxing card the next day.
Saturday, Dec. 12--A boxing card featuring the United States vs. The World and an exclusive after-card party following the bouts.
Sunday, Dec. 13—“The World’s Greatest Ever Boxer” black-tie awards dinner, in which the “Greatest Ever” boxers in the eight weight divisions as well as the individual selected “The World’s Greatest Ever Boxer” plus the “Greatest Ever” trainer, promoter and bout will be revealed. Internationally-renown entertainment will be featured at the dinner. A second exclusive party follows the awards dinner and show.