Lil Duval Dragged The Hell Out Of The $215K Price For Two Ringside Tickets To The Mayweather-McGregor Fight

Lil Duval, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Conor McGregor

Lil Duval Dragged The Hell Out Of The $215K Price For Two Ringside Tickets To The Mayweather-McGregor Fight

"N**** for $200K, somebody gotta die in the ring."

Published August 17, 2017

Watching the one-of-a-kind super bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor live in Las Vegas on August 26 will cost you ... especially if you plan on being ringside.

Just ask Lil Duval. The comedian found that out the hard way when he looked up the price for two ringside seats at the T-Mobile Arena for the super fight and got hit with a staggering price of $215,500.

Whaaat!?

Needless to say, Duval dragged the hell out of the cost, chalking it up to "in YOU GOT ME F***** UP news" and adding, "n**** for 200k somebody gotta die in the ring."

And he was just getting warmed up with a whole lot more to say. His followers on Instagram and Twitter more than agree with him, too. Take a look at all the hilarity that ensued once Duval posted the price of these tickets.

  1. Organizers of the Mayweather-McGregor Fight Got Lil Duval All The Way Messed Up With This Outrageous Price

    In tears over what would be worth $200K.

  2. And Lil Duval's Followers Were Equally Shocked And Outraged Over The Insane Ticket Price

    All of this ... #FACTS.

  3. And they agreed with him about one of the fighters being close to death

    $200K could definitely be spent better.

  4. Others opted to play the 'What would be worth $200K?' game

    That's asking for a lot.

  5. Hey, for what it's worth Mayweather did tell Jimmy Kimmel that he expects to rake in $350 Million from the fight, so ticket prices have to be sky high

    Make your "Money," Floyd, but $200K and a Hyundai to see a fight between a boxing genius and an MMA fighter who never boxed!? Come on, now!

  6. When it comes down to it, people are like ...

    Yes, expect movie theaters to be crowded.

Written by BET Staff

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