Attention, all boxing fans! Tickets for the Showtime Championship Boxing match between Adrien Broner and Mikey Garcia on Saturday, July 29 in Brooklyn, New York are now on sale!

Boxing Tickets: Adrien Broner vs. Mikey Garcia at Barclays Center, July 29

Tickets begin at $82 on There is an overall eight-ticket limit for the event.

The contest will be held at the Barclays Center and will feature four-division world champion Broner and three-division world champion Garcia face off in the main card.

According to, Garcia will move up in weight to 140 pounds for his fight against Broner, who boasts a 33-2 career record with one no-contest.

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Broner — a Cincinnati native who will turn 28 one day before his bout against Garcia — most recently defeated Adrian Granados in February via a split decision. The only two boxers he lost to were Marcos Maidana (in a 147-pound title fight) and Shawn Porter (in a catchweight bout).

“This will take me to the superstar level where I need to be,” said Broner. “I heard Mikey is a big favorite — they aren’t giving me much of a chance. I hope no one puts their house against me on this fight, because it won’t work out well for you.”

Broner continued:  “This fight will definitely bring the best out of me, because Mikey isn’t a sloppy fighter, he isn’t an awkward fighter,” he said of Garcia. “He’s a Mexican, but he boxes like an African American. We’re going to have a nice fight and I can’t wait to put on a show.”

Garcia, meanwhile, last fought in January: he beat Dejan Zlaticanin with a third-round knockout to claim the WBC lightweight title. The 29-year-old California native holds a 36-0 record, and has won 30 of those matches by knockout or TKO. On July 30, Garcia fought against Elio Rojas at Barclays Center after more than two years of inactivity due to a contract dispute.

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 01: Adrien Broner celebrates after defeating Ashley Theophane (not pictured) by TKO in ninth round in their super lightweight championship bout at the DC Armory on April 1, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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