Boxing fans who will not be able to watch the Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios welterweight showdown live can still experience the ringside ambiance at Macau through the pay-per-view screening at the Solaire Resort and Casino on Nov. 24.
The event will be like no ordinary pay-per-view as an actual boxing ring will be set up at the Solaire Grand Ballroom, complete with a high-def stadium cube screens, live commentators, live ring girls, and live barker the way it’s going to be done in Venetian Macau.
There will be live performers and overflowing food and drinks from 8 a.m. onwards 12 noon when the fight of Pacquiao and Rios is beamed via satellite, according Romina Gervacio, Strategic Alliances Manager, Brand & Marketing officer of Solaire in Tuesday’s Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at Shakey’s Malate.
Ticket prices are P3,500 for VVIP (reserved seating) with free-flowing good and drinks, P2,500 for VIP (free seating) with free-flowing food and drinks, and P1,500 for De Luxe with a sandwich and drink.
Food and beverage will be available from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.