Boxing is a full contact sport that consists of two people fighting each other with their fists, and with the exception of specialized styles, kicking is not allowed. Each match is broken into rounds, about 12, and can be won with a knockout, a technical knockout, or a tally of judges’ scores. There is no hitting below the belt, biting, wrestling, or striking with any part of the arm except the hand. Boxers are divided into weight classes, enabling them to be paired against opponents of a similar size and weight. The 17 weight classes range from minimumweight, weighing in at 105-108 lbs, to heavyweight, weighing in at 200 lbs and over.

As of January 21, 2010, Manny Pacquiao tops the Pound for Pound Top 10 list, according to Eastsideboxing.com, followed by Floyd Mayweather. Both men are up for consideration as “Fighter of the Decade,” according to HBO Boxing, along with Bernand Hopkins and Joe Calzaghe.

Ticket Broker Gets Mayweather Promo; Brooks Takedown
It’s been an interesting 24 hours for Ken Solky. Solky, the President of LasVegasTickets and Vice President of the National Association of Ticket Brokers, was directly named by boxer Floyd Mayweather in an Instagram post on Thursday. The fighter – based in Las Vegas – told friends, family (and... Read more
Get-In Price Down to $1,500 for Mayweather-McGregor
The market for the August 26 Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor fight in Las Vegas took another step down, as the price to get a seat dropped to $1,500. Ticket Club has a pair of seats in Section 208, Row Q that have fallen to precisely that point, and a... Read more
Market Heat Report: The Eagles are Soaring
The Eagles, fresh off their Classic East and Classic West performances, are red hot as they tour with Glen Frey’s son Deacon in place of his late father, landing three shows in the Top 5 of today’s Market Heat index, as well as their piece of the Classic Northwest... Read more
Mayweather-McGregor Market Slipping as Fight Approaches?
With a little more than a week to go before fight night, prices for the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight took a slip today. For most of this week, the “get in” minimum for the much-hyped fight between the unbeaten boxer and the Irish MMA brawler has hovered around $2,000... Read more
Market Heat Report: Ben Platt’s Departure Boosts “Hansen”
After a remarkable run, including a win for at this year’s Tony Awards, Ben Platt is saying goodbye to Dear Evan Hanson on Broadway. It should come as no surprise, then, that the final dates of the actor’s run with the show are burning up the charts in the... Read more
Mayweather-McGregor “Get In” Prices Just Shy of $2K
As the August 26th fight between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Conor McGregor approaches, we’ll be taking a look at the price fans will have to pay to get into the door, both on the primary and secondary market. Prices remained more or less stable from yesterday, as price plus... Read more
Fees Send Mayweather-McGregor “Get In” Price Soaring on Most Websites
Much has been made of the prices and sales figures on the upcoming showdown between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Conor McGregor. Less than two weeks remain before the August 26th fight night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where Mayweather-McGregor hopes to break the sales record previously set by... Read more
Market Heat Report: Down On the Farm (Aid)
Just over a month away in Pennsylvania, Farm Aid makes an appearance in today’s Market Heat Report, coming in at No. 9 in the daily recap of the TicketNetwork marketplace top sellers. The show, which features Dave Matthews and John Mellencamp as well as headliner and spirit animal Willie... Read more
Shady Dealings Scaring Away Mayweather-McGregor Sales?
by Erica LaCentra, Special to TicketNews There are a number of reasons why sales for the August 26th fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have slumped. Prices, even at face value, are astronomically high and purchase was limited to local pickup only, to name two (there are many... Read more
Dissecting the Mayweather-McGregor Sales Stumble
by Mike Giuffre, Special to TicketNews Limiting purchase capabilities through restrictions has never been an acceptable model in any retail based industry. That’s the core reasoning of why you’re now seeing a rash of stories about what was once considered a “can’t miss” fight of the century falling flat... Read more