Where to watch the fight
If you want to see the fight, which should start around 11 p.m., and watch it from the comfort of your home, you can order it as a pay-per-view event at a cost of just under $100 in high definition, or just under $90 in standard definition. In Western New York, several establishments will carry the fight. It won’t cost you as much as you would spend at home, but expect to pay a fee because the fight will cost the businesses that choose to show it thousands of dollars. Here is a partial list of places to watch the fight and the expected cost:
• Stir at Seneca Niagara Casino: $10 cover, starts at 9 p.m.
• Acropolis OPA, 708 Elmwood Ave.: $20 cover with two drink tickets at the door.
• Bada Bing, 42 W. Chippewa St.: First come, first served. Cover is $20 per person.
• Bambino Bar & Kitchen, 297 Franklin St.: $30 presale, $35 at the door. Includes four-course meal. Bar specials also available.
• Toni Pepperoni, 4224 Maple Road, Amherst: For $25, get the fight plus the usual assortment of food served at the restaurant, buffet style. Tickets available at the restaurant. Call Brian Marciniak at 603-8313.
• Pharaoh’s Gentlemen’s Club, 999 Aero Drive, Cheektowaga: $20 presale tickets available, $25 the night of the fight.
• Rusty Buffalo Pub, 270 Center Road, West Seneca: $10 presale, $15 at the door.
• The Warehouse, 4360 Milestrip Road, Hamburg: $20 per person cover charge.
• Dave & Buster’s, Eastern Hills Mall: Two packages available: appetizers, dessert, pop, power cards, $62.51; or include unlimited video game play and drink tickets, $84.35.