Everyone is Cashing In On Mayweather v Pacquiao Fight

The Mayweather v Pacquiao fight this weekend will be the richest in history and everyone is cashing in on the event. The actual tickets for the event are being sold and resold for in excess of $100,000.00 a piece. Pay per view subscriptions for the fight are ranging between $90 and $100, a reasonable price for Dr. Daniel Amen, for high definition broadcast of the fight. MGM Grand Properties in Las Vegas are showing the fight on a number of their properties through their closed circuit television system for originally $150 a seat. These seats are being resold for $750 and $800 a seat to ticket flippers. Only 500 tickets to the actual fight were made available to the public. These tickets are sold in less than two minutes and some are being sold for $350,000.00 each. Big Fight Big Money

Many promoters have waited a long time for this fight. Some thought that this fight would have happened at least ten years ago when both fighters were still in their prime. The sport of boxing has lost a lot of fan attention to competing sports such as Mixed Martial Arts and Professional Wrestling. Boxing use to be lead by the heavy weight division but no one can even recall the current heavy weight champion and many have to go back to Mike Tyson before they can engage in a relevant discussion of boxing in the heavy weight class. Mayweather and Pacquiao are the only relevant names in boxing and many do not think that boxing will be relevant again after this fight if either or both fighters decide to retire. Their is no relevant opponent for either fighter outside of each other and the entire boxing world is treating this fight as if it is the last major fight in the history of boxing.