Paul vs. Tyson VIP Style: Would You Pay $2 Million to Watch the Fight?

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Mike Tyson and Jake Paul speak onstage at the press conference in promotion for the upcoming Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson boxing match. Sarah Stier / Getty Images North America / Getty Images via AFP

We are now two months and seven days out from social media influencer-turned-boxer Jake Paul stepping into the ring with heavyweight legend Mike Tyson.

Fans located close to the AT&T Stadium or those willing to travel will have the opportunity to buy tickets this week, but some eye-watering prices have been revealed for anybody wanting a VIP experience.

Most Valuable Promotions, the promoter of the event, which is co-owned by Paul, has created a “special” ticket package that holds a two-million-dollar price tag!

That’s right, $2 million smackeroos for anybody insane enough to spend that amount of money on attending a boxing can receive the VIP tickets entitled “MVP Owner’s Experience.”

So, if you were raised eating off a silver spoon, tirelessly worked you’re a** off to stack a millionaire’s net worth, or recently stumbled upon an abundance of cash, potentially through crypto investments, inheritance, lottery, or just straight-up luck, you might be able to afford VIP tickets to the Paul vs. Tyson bout.


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What Does the Paul/Tyson VIP Ticket Experience Involve?

Let’s address the question you’re all asking: is the $2m VIP ticket worth it? Well, you can be the judge of that…

Per MVP, the VIP ticket package includes “unparalleled seats, access and amenities during fight week, and on fight night,” with:

  • Two ringside seats, four tickets on the first-row floor seating area, and another four second-row floor seats.
  • Pre-fight photos with Tyson and Paul.
  • A pair of gloves for all 10 guests signed by both fighters.
  • Exclusive stadium arrival, including a personal escort and security.
  • Private green room with a luxury open bar and all-inclusive food menu.
  • Post-fight in-ring photo opportunity for your group.
  • VIP access and front-row seats to every event during fight week, including a chance to go on stage with Tyson and Paul during the weigh-ins.
  • Two nights in a luxury hotel, including transportation to and from events for all guests.

MVP is collaborating with events coordinator Elevate, and the swanky $2m VIP package is certainly impressive but also unrealistic for the average fan.

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Fear not; if you seek a VIP experience for the Paul vs. Tyson bout at a more reasonable price point, there are alternative packages:

  • The Contender Package – $3,500
  • The Champion Package – $7,500
  • The VVIP Package – $20,000

With over 120,000 pre-sale signups, MVP is going all out. The AT&T Stadium previously broke attendance records for an indoor boxing bout when Canelo Alvarez flatlined Billy Joe Saunders in front of 73,126…

Do you think ‘Iron Mike’ and the ‘Problem Child’ can exceed those numbers? And who do you think will pay $2 million to witness this historic event in style? It certainly won’t be me; Netflix and sofa, anyone?

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