Boxing Fans Afforded The Opportunity To Purchase Ringside Seats ForCarl Froch-JermainTaylor

DiBella Entertainment12th March, 2009

Boxing Fans Afforded TheOpportunity To Purchase Ringside Seats For

Carl Froch-JermainTaylor WBC Super Middleweight World ChampionshipBout

As DBE and MGM Grand atFoxwoods Offer Cost-Friendly Pricing

NEWYORK(March 12, 2009) - Even duringthese challenging economic times, there's still nothing like a night out -complete with world championship boxing. On Saturday, April 25,DiBellaEntertainmentin association withHennessy SportsandMGM Grand at Foxwoodswill scale the fantastic MGM GrandTheater with affordable-only ticket prices as fans will get to truly enjoy thehighly anticipated WBC super middleweight world championship bout betweenBritain'sCarl Frochand former undisputed middleweight kingJermain Taylor.

"I love this sportand boxing fans in the live audience is what really makes the atmosphereexciting. We're not going to let the bad economy take away from what promises tobe a great championship fight between Carl Froch and Jermain Taylor. Withringside seats available for just$200, the MGM Grand Theateris the place to be on April 25," said DBE president Lou DiBella.

Starting at$50…to an unprecedented $200 for ringside tickets, fans cancheck out WBC 168 lbs. world champion Froch (24-0, 19 KOs), from Nottingham,England, take on # 1 rated challenger Taylor (28-2-1, 17 KOs), of Little Rock,Arkansas, in what experts are predicting will be an all-actionslugfest.

"We're very proudto be hosting one of boxing's hottest fights for 2009 and we're especiallypleased to make it affordable to our customers as they enjoy anextraordinaryevening of entertainment at the beautiful MGM GrandTheater as well as great dining and gaming on our wonderful property," saidJoseph Jimenez,Senior VicePresident of Casino Marketing for MGM Grand at Foxwoods.

Froch, 31, will be making just his secondappearance in the United States. In April 2005, Froch TKO'd Henry Porros inHollywood, CA, but otherwise has fought exclusively in the UK. Nicknamed "TheCobra," Froch claimed the vacant WBC world championship this past December viaunanimous decision overJean Pascalin the champion's hometown of Nottingham.

The 30-year-oldTaylor shocked the boxing world in July 2005 - dethroning long-reigningundisputed middleweight championBernard Hopkins, followed byfour successful title defenses. Most recently, "Bad Intentions" Taylor securedhis WBC mandatory challenger status with a one-sided beating of former IBF 168lbs. world champion Jeff Lacy on November 15 in Nashville,TN.

Tickets for Froch vs. Taylor and priced at$200,$100,$75and$50. Ticketsare available, your local TicketMaster and MGM Grand Box Office866-646-0649.