Ticket prices have been revealed for the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay - and the ringside seats certainly won't come cheap.
The pair will meet on December 18th, putting their respective unbeaten records on the line, although there is an awful lot more at stake than that.
As the Daily Mirror reports, ringside seats for the fight will cost in excess of $2,500, with general sale details yet to be announced.
In Paul's previous match-up against former UFC champion Tyron Woodley, tickets started at just $10, going up to $500 for VIP packages.
Pucker up Timmy, it's time to kiss ur last name and ur family's boxing legacy goodbye. DEC 18th Im changing this wankers name to Tommy Fumbles and celebrating with Tom Brady. Tickets on sale November 10th!#PaulFury One Will Fall. @MostVpromotions @showtimeboxing @amaliearena pic.twitter.com/IFStMpJul5- Jake Paul (@jakepaul) October 29, 2021
The American won via decision for the first time in his short professional career that night, after previously knocking out the likes of Ben Askren, Nate Robinson and Anesongib in brutal fashion.
Fury is also at the very inception of his career, although expectations are significantly higher for the 7-0 British fighter.
He carries the pressure of being Tyson Fury's younger brother, as well as that of being a former reality TV star.
Older sibling Tyson has already stated that he won't be bringing Tommy home if he somehow loses to a former YouTube and Vine star.
Tommy though, is taking it all in his stride, insisting that he has the skills and experience needed to overcome his 24-year-old rival next month.
"I took this away from his fight with Tyron Woodley. The man got a split-decision win. That means you only just won against a 40-year-old retired UFC fighter," the 2019 Love Island finalist recently claimed.
"My god, well done. Good job, mate. You just about beat a 40-year-old man.
"When you get in there with a fresh 22-year-old who's been doing this all his life, you're going to wish you stuck to paying UFC fighters off and basketball players.
"You should have gone and fought Tiger Woods, not somebody who has done it his whole life because you're in for a big shock. You're the one who is going to crumble," he added.
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