Fans allowed at Shields-Dicare clash

A limited number of tickets are on sale now for the “Superwomen: Shields vs. Dicaire” card on March 5 at the Dort Financial Center in Flint, Michigan. Due to pandemic-related limits on capacity, 194 tickets can be purchased to watch the all-female night of professional boxing, featuring a 10-round 154-pound unification showdown between undefeated three-division and current WBC/WBO super welterweight world champion Claressa Shields and unbeaten IBF super welterweight world champion Marie-Eve Dicaire. Tickets are $300, $225 and $150. Can’t make it in person? The card is also a $29.95 PPV.

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    • Very expensive to watch women fight. That is about sixty miles from me-not going to be televised.

  • The fact that it’s ppv and it has those prices leads me to believe that the promoter/s is trying as hard as they can to ensure that as few people as possible can watch this fight.

  • I respect the women’s fight game for sure BUT I am hearing promoters and the fighters talking about how bad the struggle is but they make it so hard for the fans to access them. Quit talking sh*t as a promoter about the game when it’s YOU who isn’t doing the job of PROMOTING!

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