Like chess, boxing requires extensive mental prowess and the ability to chase foes out from behind a castle. Revel in a battle of kings with today’s GrouponLive deal to Showtime Championship Boxing – Mares Versus Agbeko II, presented by Golden Boy Promotions at the Honda Center in Anaheim on Saturday, December 3, at 2:30 p.m. View the venue’s seating chart and choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get one seat in price-level four (a $40.15 value, including all fees). Price-level four includes sections 201–204, 212, 218, and 226–228 between rows L–S.
- For $30, you get one seat in price-level three (a $67.70 value, including all fees). Price-level three includes sections 205–206, 210–211, 219–220, and 224–225 between rows J–S.
- For $52, you get one seat in price-level two (a $118.75 value, including all fees). Price-level two includes sections 102–104, 106–108 between rows 17–23, sections 207–209, and 221–223 between rows L–S.
- For $69, you get one seat in price-level one (a $169.80 value, including all fees). Price-level one includes sections 101–108.<p>
Showtime Championship Boxing raises waves of adrenaline-soaked applause with a pair of championship bouts starring fleet-footed bantamweights. In the main event, a rematch of this summer’s controversial title fight in Las Vegas, audiences roar at the thuds of lightning-fast jabs as unbeaten Abner Mares defends his IBF and WBC silver-bantamweight championship titles against ex-champ Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko. Palpable animosity stirs between the two camps as they square off for the second time. In their first meeting, hearty portions of upper cuts and roundhouses brutalized the sluggers until the 11th round, when the referee called a knockout following a low blow about the color coordination of Agbeko’s trunk-and-robe ensemble.
Filling out the doubleheader, Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno defends his WBA bantamweight title against two-division world champion Vic “The Raging Bull” Darchinyan. Known as a crowd pleaser for his prefight balloon-animal puppetry, Darchinyan looks to steal Moreno’s title, which he has held for eight straight fights. A full undercard will be available before the event.