Whether you like the featherweights or the heavyweights, there are plenty of upcoming boxing events
for you to enjoy. Boxing is one of the most raw and basic sports, one that enthralls the fans in the stands every time two
competitors square off. Competitions range from Olympic bouts and amateur fights to the World Heavyweight Championship. One
of the great things about attending a boxing match is in addition to the headlining fight there are always great undercard
bouts and sometimes these fights can even equal or surpass the excitement of the main draw.
There are some fantastic
bouts on their way this year, and fans will pack into arenas to see these amazing boxers step into the ring to do battle.
Every week fans are treated to Thursday Night Fights, a weekly showcase of boxing that fans can depend on. These bouts take
place at the William A Egan Civic and Convention Center in Anchorage, AK. The famed Golden Gloves will be held this April
at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
On March 1st Julio Cesar Chavez will take on Bryan Vera at the Alamodome
in San Antonio, TX in what should be one of the best matches of the year. Both of these boxers are hungry for victories and
have put in the training time that is necessary to be ready for a bout of this caliber. It's anyone's guess who will come
out on top in this one, but plenty of people will be packing into the arena to see how things shake out in the ring. Another
big fight fans are anticipating will be held a week later when Canel Alvarez goes toe to toe with Alfredo Angulo in what should
be a spectacular showcase of boxing skill. This is sure to be a bout to remember, as both of these fighters have shown some
incredible skill over their last few fights. April 12th will feature one of the biggest names in boxing as Manny Pacquiao
will take on Timothy Bradley, is what could be the biggest fight of the spring.
Boxing is one
of the oldest sports and boasts a fan base that is as passionate about the craft as any other. It is the ultimate one-on-one
sport, where it's about two men simply trying to best each other in a skill that takes years upon years to master. No wonder
boxing has captivated the imagination of sports fans around the world for generations. Many other forms of competitive fighting
have emerged over the years, but to many none have yet to equal the sweet science of boxing which is considered by many one
of the purest of all athletic endeavors.There have been many great boxers throughout history, from Rocky Marciano to Muhammad
Ali to Mike Tyson to Floyd Mayweather Jr. Each brought a different style to the ring, and each made an undeniable mark on
the sport. Boxing is more complicated a sport to follow these days than it was in the past due to all the weight classes,
organizations and belts, but ti's still a sport that is riveting when you see it in person.
Life as a Fan
skill level or weight class most intrigues you, there is sure to be a fight happening soon at that level - often on the same
fight card. Boxing tickets to the most popular bouts are sometimes tickets not only to a great competition, but also tickets
to crowd-watch and catch some of the biggest celebrities in the world in attendance. The excitement of fight night in glamorous
cities like Las Vegas and Atlantic City attracts huge crowds. Of course, there are also lower key boxing tickets to smaller
venues where the audience is pumped and the sweat sprays out of the ring and onto your program with every blow.
If you've never been to a boxing match in person, then it's time to change that. Boxing is a sport that goes
back a long way, and fans have been attending matches for decades. Boxing is an easy sport to grasp, but the nuances of the
game will take a long time to understand, which is a great way for the sport to avoid becoming stale. Check out a big matchup
in the near future and you're sure to be amazed with the skill and stamina of these fighters.
nothing quite like seeing two men get into the ring to square off in a boxing match. This is a sport where the competitors
have to leave everything they have in the ring or they're likely to be finding themselves laying on the canvas at the end
of the bout. Boxing can be great at home, but seeing it in person where you can hear the blows being delivered and see the
sweat flying after each landed punch is an event like no other.