Crawford vs. Madrimov Ticket Sales Lagging Despite Stellar Undercard

Crawford vs. Madrimov Ticket Sales Lagging Despite Stellar Undercard

Ticket sales for the upcoming Terence Crawford vs. Israil Madrimov fight on August 3rd at the BMO Stadium in Los Angeles are not doing well, according to reports.

With a seating capacity of 22,000, many tickets still need to be sold for the main event. Despite the undercard being one of the best this year, featuring two exciting fights, fans do not seem to be excited about Crawford’s match.

If sales do not improve by late July, organizers may have to consider lowering ticket prices or making a drastic change, such as promoting the Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz vs. Jose ‘Rayo’ Valenzuela fight to the headliner, which is arguably the highlight of the event.

Hosting the event in Southern California may not have been the best choice for Crawford vs. Madrimov as the main event. The lack of buzz on social media indicates that fans are more interested in seeing Cruz defend his WBA light welterweight title against Valenzuela.

Crawford, who has not been as popular in the Southern California area, needs to find ways to attract more attention. Potential solutions could involve cutting ticket prices, changing the main event to feature Cruz vs. Valenzuela, or focusing promotion on the more compelling fight.

If Crawford were to face David Benavidez, known as the ‘Mexican Monster,’ ticket sales in Southern California would likely see a significant boost. This matchup would generate interest from fans in Los Angeles and potentially set up a future showdown with superstar Canelo Alvarez for the undisputed super middleweight championship.

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