Want to save $15 or $20 a ticket for the big World Championship Doubleheader on Saturday, December 3rd at the Honda Center, featuring Abner Mares vs. Joseph Agbeko and Vic Darchinyan vs. Anselmo Moreno!
All you have to do is order your tickets thru Fight Club OC’s Roy Englebrecht Promotions and through a special arrangement with Golden Boy Promotions, you won’t have to pay any Ticketmaster service charge, or travel to the Honda Center box office to purchase tickets. This is just another benefit from Fight Club OC, now the Fight Capital of Southern California!
Tickets to this big night of boxing are priced at $154 (Ringside Front Floor and Center Plaza), $104 (Ringside Back Floor and Plaza, $54 (Side Plaza), $27 (Rear Plaza).
To take advantage of this special ticket offer with no service charge tacked on, all you have to do is call Drew at Roy Englebrecht Promotions at 949 760-3131. With a credit card your order will be taken and your tickets will be mailed to you… ITS THAT SIMPLE!
In a highly anticipated rematch of one the year’s most talked about and exciting fights, unbeaten rising star Abner Mares will defend his International Boxing Federation (IBF) and World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver Bantamweight Championship titles against the boxer he dethroned, former two-time IBF 118 pound champion Joseph King Kong Agbeko, in the main event on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on Saturday, Dec 3. live at Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.
In the co-featured world championship bout, Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno will defend his World Boxing Association (WBA) Bantamweight Super Championship against Two-Division World Champion Vic “The Raging Bull” Darchinyan.
Mares (22-0-1, 13KO’s) scored a hotly disputed 12-round majority decision over Agbeko (28-3, 22KO’s) to win the SHOWTIME Bantamweight Tournament and IBF title last Aug 13 in Las Vegas.
The summer slugfest featured many two-way exchanges with numerous swings in momentum. Mares and Agbeko combined to throw 1,394 punches in the fight. The fast-starting Mares connected on 318 of 732, while Agbeko landed on 231 of 662 and notably came on strong in the later rounds. Each fighter landed his share of big blows.
Their brave performances, however, were overshadowed by referee Russell Mora, who warned Mares several times for low blows throughout the fight yet never deducted a point. In the 11th round, the referee called a knockdown when Agbeko took a knee following a punch that appeared below the beltline.
When the final bell rang and the scores were totaled, Mares scored a majority decision victory by the scores of 115-111 twice and 113-113, however the controversy surrounding the fight was such that an immediate rematch was ordered by the IBF.
On Dec. 3, these two great champions will settle the score…
Moreno (31-1-1, 11KO’s) 26, of Panama City, Panama, will fight for the first time since he signed with Golden Boy Promotions last August. He will be making his United States debut against Darchinyan (37-3-1, 27Ko’s) 35, a Sydney, Australia-based Armenian who has fought in Southern California several times in his career.
Call Drew at (949) 760-3131 to order your tickets today at this special discounted rate!