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Many Fans Left Fuming After Katie Taylor Tickets Go On Sale

Many Fans Left Fuming After Katie Taylor Tickets Go On Sale
By Colman Stanley Updated
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Katie Taylor fans have been left fuming and empty handed after not being able to secure tickets to her upcoming bout against Chantelle Cameron at the 3Arena on May 2oth.

After the enormous hullabaloo over the failure to organise a rematch with Amanda Serrano in Croke Park, the struggle to secure tickets, and the price at which many are being sold at, has hammered home the popularity of Taylor and the fact that the roughly 9,000 seater 3Arena is far too small for such an event.

The difficulties caused by the lack of seats - many of which were already taken in the pre-sale - were compounded by Ticketmaster's lacklustre online system, which saw swathes of people waiting in lengthy queues and eventually unable to nab tickets (for reasonable prices), before venting their frustrations on Twitter:

In the waiting room for Katie Taylor tickets since 9:45 - it still says I’m in the waiting room and there’s 7 minutes before it will allow me to join the queue. Went to one minute at one stage, now it keeps going up. What a shitshow. Ticketmaster are never prepared.

On Ticketmaster since 7:30am waiting for tickets out at 10am. Logged in on 4 separate devices on two different accounts. Couldn’t even get one ticket for the Katie Taylor fight Ticketmaster is a scam! 

Literally in the Que for Katie Taylor tickets and I get to the payment and there’s only 1500 euro tickets left it would make you sick

Fans Left Fuming After Failing To Get Tickets To Katie Taylor Bout


READ HERE: Katie Taylor: 'This Will Be The Biggest Night Of My Career'


"This is another major milestone for female boxing," Taylor said during a press conference for the fight last month.

"A few years ago, we were worried about selling out York Hall and now we're talking about the 3Arena being too small. It's remarkable progress in such a short space of time.

"It's incredible that after 22 fights, I'm making my homecoming. Big time boxing is coming back to Ireland. It's not just coming back with any ordinary fight, it's coming back with two undisputed champions going head-to-head."

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