Mayweather Promotions CEO says fight has done $60M at box office

10:07 PM ET

Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe said Thursday that the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight was on pace to break the all-time boxing gate record, despite characterizations suggesting otherwise.

“Right now, we have over $60 million in the box office,” Ellerbe said at Floyd Mayweather’s media workout. “And you tell me, what part of that remotely looks like ticket sales are slow. This isn’t a damn Rolling Stones concert. That’s the only thing that sells out in seconds. When you are talking about tickets going from $500 to $10,000, that’s an expensive ticket. So you have every CEO from every major company. You know, guys, it takes time to plan and get it together.”

Ellerbe said the more than $60 million worth of tickets already sold is “more than double” what the highly anticipated Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin fight on Sept. 16 will finish with — and it’s at the same venue, Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena.

The previous record for a boxing gate is $72.2 million, the money brought in by Mayweather’s fight

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