When Showtime and five of the world’s most respected professional boxing promoters formalized the strategy behind the Super Six World Boxing Classic, it was their intent to create a tournament that would deliver a boost of excitement for boxing fans worldwide and pique the interest of the casual fan, while showcasing the tremendous array of talent in one of boxings hottest divisions – the Super Middleweights.
And now that the competition has come down to it’s surviving “Dynamic Duo” of Andre Ward and Carl Froch, the Super Six World Boxing Classic final and championship match is receiving the star treatment reserved for sports and entertainment one-night mega-events as the Super Bowl, Oscars and World Cup – a VIP Commemorative ticket.
At the suggestion of promoter Dan Goossen, President of Goossen Tutor Promotions, a selected amount of people at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall attending will receive a Commemorative Ticket as a keepsake for the Saturday night, December 17 extravaganza. This collectors’ item, which is printed on a clear vinyl card stock, features headshots of the two principals — Ward and Froch; the logos of the event’s promoters -Showtime , Caesars Atlantic City, Goossen Tutor Promotions and Matchroom Sports; and a photo of the Super Six Tournament Cup — which goes to the winner of the inaugural event.
“We anticipate to have these one-of-a-kind tickets encased in a “clear paper weight casing” and just individually for fans interested in purchasing these unique and beautiful Final tickets as gifts or keepsakes of this ground-breaking event,” said Goossen.