Tyson Fury Bangkok? Yes, the WBC Heavyweight champ is planning knockouts visits to Bangkok and Phuket meeting moneyed fans at a gala dinner.
Fury, who beat Deontay Wilder in a trilogy of fights and took the Heavyweight in February 2020 by defeating Wladimir Klitschko, will appear June 8 Millennium Hilton for a 7-10 p.m. dinner that includes two courses and free-flow beer, wine and soft drinks.
Tyson Fury Bangkok tickets start at 6,000 baht each, although discounts are available for tables of 10.
The Tyson Fury Bangkok event originally was to include a special VIP after-party. That has been canceled, and prices adjusted downward.
Organized by Plantations International and promoted by Dan in Thailand and Fisher Promotions, the dinner also will see Fury interviewed on all areas of his life both in and outside of the ring. Fans also will have an opportunity to ask the champ questions in a Q&A session.
VIP Gold ticket holders will get to attend a meet-and-greet and get a photo with Fury. Those tickets are priced at 9,000 baht.
Fury is considered one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of his generation. He attributes his first name to boxing legend Mike Tyson.
“He would have done well in every era,” Tyson was quoted as saying of Fury. “I always root for him – when he wins, I win. I’m his No. 1 fan. It’s egotistical for me, but I’m proud of him.”
Tyson Fury Bangkok … and Phuket
Fury also is planning a stop in Phuket on June 9. His dinner at the Four Points Sheraton will be a “gourmet buffet” with prices starting at 9,000 baht each.
In the event of cancellation, the organiser will receive a full refund. Buy your tickets on TixTaQ now.