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Are Tickets Available To Attend Teofimo Lopez-George Kambosos In New York?



Are Tickets Available To Attend Teofimo Lopez-George Kambosos In New York?


Lightweight Batlle Hits New York on November 27th

Tickets for the unification clash between WBA, IBF, WBO and Ring Magazine World Lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez and IBF mandatory challenger George Kambosas are on sale now, for their clash at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York on Saturday November 27. If you don’t attend, you can watch on DAZN.


Lopez (16-0 12 KOs) defends his titles for the first time since he bettered Vasiliy Lomachenko in Las Vegas in October 27, 2020. He is 24 years old, and has been on hiatus because of promotional issues, and a case of COVID…but it’s looking like  ‘The Takeover’ artist will soon be able see if rust is a factor for him.

Kambosos  (19-0 10 KOs) has been quiet, after he drew heat from Triller for not flying to America for the planned Oct 16 faceoff. That went off the rails and Triller gave up the rights to stage the title challenge. So Matchroom, as the second highest bidder during a purse bidding held last year, received the opportunity to stage the battle, even though neither fighter is allied with Eddie Hearn.

The undercard for the November 27 event will be released this week.

NOTE: In order to attend the event, all guests age 12 and older must provide proof of COVID19 vaccination and an appropriate ID matching the name on the vaccination documentation. COVID-19 vaccination means having at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine prior to attending. Guests may also show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. Children under 12 can attend with a vaccinated adult. Proof of vaccination must be directly from the healthcare provider that performed the vaccination and can be displayed on your smartphone, by presenting a physical copy or by using the New York State Excelsior Pass or NYC COVID Safe App. Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask. Everyone else (including children ages 2-11) must wear a face covering while inside the venue, except while actively eating or drinking. Government mandates, venue protocols, and event requirements are subject to change. For more information, please search your event on

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