Middleweight Alvarez climbs 2 weight classes challenging heavier champ

Purchase Canelo vs Sergey Kovalev fight tickets, November 2, 2019, at MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas, Nevada at BarrysTickets.com

Los Angeles, CA - September 30, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Barry’s Ticket Service, a premier provider of high-end, hard-to-get tickets for events, concerts, and more, announces the availability of Canelo vs Kovalev Tickets. Middleweight world champion Canelo Alvarez will climb two weight divisions to challenge light heavyweight world titlist Sergey Kovalev in a fight that was recently finalized. They will meet November. 2, 2019 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Alvarez did not demand a catchweight in an attempt to drop Kovalev below the division limit of 175 pounds.

The fight is scheduled for November 2nd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and is expected to be a sell-out event, which is why Barry’s Ticket Service encourages individuals to get their tickets now.

“Regardless of what you want to spend on tickets for the upcoming fight, or for another event, we will have seats available to fit your budget,” stated Barry’s Ticket Service spokesperson Christopher Cabrera. “Sine 1985, it’s been our goal to provide our customers with the cheapest tickets to events and deliver 100 percent authentic tickets backed by an ironclad satisfaction and money back guarantee.”

The get-in price for a Canelo fight is $386 and the prices vary based on inventory and demand. Those interested in purchasing tickets from Barry’s Ticket Service can shop seven days a week via the business’s website or contact the helpful customer service team by calling (866) 708-8499.

“We use an array of electronic devices and physical security measures to protect your data and ensure there are no breaches,” continued Cabrera. “Shop now before the event is sold out.”

More information About Barry's Ticket Service and purchasing tickets for the Canelo vs Sergey Kovalev fight can be found by visiting the business’s website or by contacting the team via phone or email to learn more about ticket sales.

ABOUT BARRY’S TICKET SERVICE

Barry's Ticket Service Inc. (Barry's) and Barrystickets.com have been providing hard-to-get and premium tickets to our clients for all major worldwide, national and local events for over 20 years. As an upstanding member of the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB), reliability and accountability are cornerstones of our business philosophy. BarrysTickets.com is an online ticket provider for all sports, concert, theater, and exclusive event tickets. We also provide tickets to special events that no other website offers.

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Organization: Barry's Ticket Service
Address: 1020 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Phone: (866) 708-8499
Website: https://www.barrystickets.com/canelo-vs-kovalev-tickets/

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