A colossal match-up only deserves a tremendous viewing experience.
As legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao returns to the ring, Kia Theatre is offering a viewing experience that the most passionate boxing fans will surely enjoy. On July 15 (Manila time), Sunday, Pacquiao will be facing off with hard-hitting Argentine Lucas Matthysse at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. For those who will not be able to go to Malaysia to witness the bout live and in person, the best seat in the Metro is in Kia Theatre at the Araneta Center. A partnership between Kia Theatre and Cignal, fans can enjoy the most vivid details of the match dubbed the “Fight of Champions” on a giant high-definition screen measuring 40 feet x 20 feet. The intense action and the immersive sound system in the theater are expected to match the most excited shrieks and roars from the audience. Making the experience even better are the affordable prices of the tickets. For just P500, the public may buy VIP or Loge tickets which already come with meals. Balcony tickets are available at just P300. Tickets are now available at Ticketnet outlets and online through www.ticketnet.com.ph. Interested buyers may also contact 911-5555. The theatre opens at 9am.
This is the first time Pacquiao is fighting again since his controversial loss to Jeff Horn on July 2017. That setback is expected to fuel Pacquiao when he faces Matthysse, the reigning World Boxing Association world welterweight champion. Considered the “People’s Champ,” Pacquiao has delivered a number of classics in his storied boxing career. He has fought some of the most notable fighters that have ever set foot on the boxing ring including Floyd Mayweather Jr., Oscar dela Hoya, Juan Manuel Marquez, Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Shane Mosley, and Timothy Bradley. For more information, visit www.aranetacenter.net or follow our social media pages: @aranetacenter on Facebook and Twitter and @thearanetacenter on Instagram.
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