Fight Week for this Saturday’s heavyweight world championship blockbuster continues just two days out from the massive clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.
Tickets for the fight have been sold-out for some time as the pair prepare to square off in the most significant heavyweight event in more than a decade.
The British sensation Joshua (18-0, 18 KOs) and Klitschko (64-4, 54 KOs) will unify the heavyweight division as they meet for Joshua’s IBF World Championship, the IBO strap and the vacant WBA World Championship.
So how to you get your hands on tickets for the fight?
The only place to is on the secondary market where tickets via StubHub, one of the partners for the event, are priced from £170 in the top tiers to £7,500 for inner ringside.
Prices have been fluctuating as interest in the fight hits and all-time high this week but are expected to drop the closer we come to the first bell ringing.
An undercard featuring Luke Campbell, Katie Taylor, Scott Quigg and a trio of new professionals who competed at Rio 2016 wil lead up to the main event where 90,000 will make history.
Joshua v Klitschko is live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK. Showtime in the US and RTL in Germany