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Edit: Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat Manny Pacquiao on May 2, 2015 in a really boring fight. Mayweather is still a fairly awful human being and many of the people who bought tickets booed him whenever they got the chance.
One of the most highly-anticipated boxing matches in recent memory takes place this Saturday. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will square off against Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand.
If you aren’t watching it on pay-per-view in your home, here’s a handy roundup of other places around the St. Louis are showing the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight.
It’s hard to beat the viewing experience of watching a sporting event on the big screen inside Ballpark Village downtown. All-inclusive general admission tickets are available for $75. These get you a premium all-you-can-drink package from 8;30pm – 11:30pm and a place to stand at the venue. Want a table? You can reserve tables of 8, which start at $750 and top out at $1,500. Each table includes the drink package for each person at the table as well as at least one bottle of liquor for the table.
The Over/Under Bar & Grill on Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis features an abundance of televisions giving patrons a great view of a tv no matter where they stand. General admission is $15 if you enter before 8 pm and $18 after 8. Tables are available to reserve starting at $80 for a table of 2 and going to $265 for a table of 8. You’re a high-roller? You can reserve the VIP lounge for you and 23 friends with open bar for all y’all. If you have to ask the price, you can’t afford it.
Social House Soulard
$25 gets you in the door for the fight at Social House in Soulard. Actually, it’ll cost you $25 plus a $2.76 service free. Tables of 4,6 or 8 are available to reserve at price points of $250, $400 and $500, respectively. Each of the tables includes some food and unlimited draft beer. The servers will be wearing their customary body paint attire.
Wheelhouse Downtown will be showing the fight on every one of their televisions and the audio will be loud over their fancy sound system. Tickets start at a 2-person table for $80. Large tables on the main floor that can seat up to 14 people were available for $420, but are now sold out. A VIP Booth can be reserved for $1,500 and comes with 3 bottles of liquor, 20 wrist bands for VIP access, unlimited draft beer and an appetizer buffet from 8pm – 10pm. A large VIP Booth is available for $2,700 and includes 6 bottles of liquor, 20 wrist bands, unlimited draft beer and the appetizer buffet.
Hooter’s (Just Added)
Hooter’s is showing the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight at many of its locations across the country. The price is $30 per seat and includes free fried pickles as well as coupons good for $20 in free food on future visits. The locations showing it in the St. Louis area are Kiener Plaza (downtown), Maryland Heights, Florissant, South County and St. Peters. In Illinois, the Fairview Heights location is showing the bout.
Club Viva (Just Added)
Club Viva, a night/dance club in the Central West End neighborhood is also showing the Mayweather-Paquiao boxing match. Club Viva’s Facebook page is advertising a $7 cover charge at the door along with special on Mexican beers and Margaritas.
Harpo’s Chesterfield (Just Added)
The Chesterfield outpost of the legendary Mizzou bar is advertising on their Facebook page that they will be showing the boxing extravaganza on Saturday night. $20 gets you in the door. No guaranteed seating so, get their early if you need a seat.
The CEO of Buffalo Wild Wings told reporters on a conference call that nine corporate locations would carry the fight and charge a $20 cover for entry. A woman who answered the phone at a local BWW location said that to her knowledge no locations in the St. Louis area were showing it.If you happen to be in Mexico this weekend you will be able to watch Mayweather vs. Pacquiao for free. Televias and Azrteca will both be showing the fight. The HD PPV here in the states costs $100 to get it into your home. It’s estimated that sports bars are being charged in the $2,000-$4,000 range for the PPV. (Edit: Here’s an article reporting costs of $3,000-$10,000 to show the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight.) DISH is offering new subscribers the PPV for free if they sign a 24-month contract. For other folks, they are offering two free PPV movies and a month each of Epix and Showtime when you order the pay-per-view.
MGM Resorts is showing the fight on closed-circuit television at 10 of its properties around Las Vegas. Those tickets were originally $150 each, but are now only available on the secondary market where they are going for $700+
Oscar De La Hoya, who has fought both Mayweather and Pacquiao in his career, recently broke down his thoughts on the fight to the LA Times.
Here is a guide from Vice Sports on how to watch Mayweather-Pacquiao for free. RealLifeSTL takes no responsibility for you doing something illegal after reading any of our posts or clicking links contained in those posts.
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