Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - Tables cost £5,000

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Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - Tables cost £5,000

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Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - but top tables cost £5,000

Anyone wanting the top-priced £4,999 tables for Tyson Fury's Gypsy King event will be charged a £255.54 booking fee on top

Undefeated world heavyweight boxing champion and self-styled 'Gypsy King' Tyson Fury is heading to Wolverhampton this weekend - and could end up singing over your £5,000 supper.

Top tables for 10 people each are priced at £4,999 plus £255.54 booking fee and include a signed glove for every diner, printed photo with Fury and dedicated hostess service.

Diners at the 'Tyson Fury After Party Show' will be able to watch a 'live unscripted interview on-stage with Fury', take part in an auction of memorabilia and receive a programme each, too.

Promoted by Showfighter and Goldstar, the cheapest tickets for the 'audience with' event begin at £55 plus £3.40 booking fee for the Bronze Experience Package which will include a programme, the auction and interview.

The Silver package includes an 'authentic meal' for £99 plus £5.64 booking fee, whilst Gold packages are £179 plus £9.72 booking fee and will include a printed photograph with Fury.

The top priced individual package is the Platinum Experience for £379 plus £19.92 booking fee. This has everything afforded the top tables, minus the 'pinnacle seating location' and 'dedicated hostesses'.

At his last fight at Wembley, when he knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round, Tyson's security was supervised by Solihull boss Iain McCallister who is seen talking in the video below.

Who is Tyson Fury

Showfighter says he's "The People's world champion - the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, Ring magazine and lineal heavyweight champion.

"He will no doubt be talking about his fights with Wilder and the record-breaking punch up with Whyte.

"Is he staying retired, or does he have plans for a comeback? Get your tickets to hear his thoughts, live and unscripted, exclusively at another ground-breaking ShowFighter and Goldstar event.

"Meet ‘The Gypsy King’ at his ‘after party' and enjoy a fabulous night of entertainment, great good, and maybe a song or two from the big man himself!"

The event comes with a 'disclaimer' that it will include 'Adult Content' and that refunds will only be possible if the event is cancelled.

'Once in a lifetime opportunity'

Showfighter says it wants guests to 'Feel like a million dollars' by wearing smart suits, elegant dresses and enjoying luscious cocktails.

It adds: "We take exceptional care of all our guests, taking pride in our vigorous service. We want you, the audience, to relish an experience like no other.

"The memorabilia auction (will be) signed, framed and sold to you. A tremendous way to commemorate a wonderful evening and own a piece beautiful memorabilia signed by your favourite celebrities.

"(The event is) a once in a lifetime opportunity to come face to face with your hero. Shaking hands with the person you have the utmost respect for is a memory that will stay with you for a lifetime."

The dress code is 'lounge suits' for gentlemen and 'glamorous' for ladies (no sportswear). To sit next to someone, make your booking under the same order or email [email protected]

The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, June 24 at KK's Steel Mill, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton WV2 4DU - tickets are being advertised with pre-event deadlines on the Eventbrite website.

Previous guests at similar events have included Anthony Joshua and Floyd Mayweather.
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If anyone is interested..

There are cheaper tickets.

Would be free to just bump into him on the streets. :lol:
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I’m going to book a top table of 10, just for myself.
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A mate of mine asked me to to Glasgow for Fury the other day ago, initially I told him I was skint but he then offered to pay my ticket, I then had to tell him I couldn't think of anything worse than listen to Tyson Fury bore on about his depression, calling Wilder a dosser and how he's no interested in money and fame despite charging a fortune for nights like these while preparing for his 10 part Netflix series

Unless he's fighting I've zero interest in the walking contradiction
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It’s mad given the cost of living people are still able to afford .
I’ve just paid out 50 quid for afternoons boxing in Birmingham (CW Games) am sure
I will get more value from that .
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Just book a nice ticket to the next nathan gorman fight, and it will be you and tyson bonding watching the fight together alone.... I assume thats the dream of any idiot with 5 grand to drop on dinner....
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Ruthless-RKO wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 12:20 Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - but top tables cost £5,000

Anyone wanting the top-priced £4,999 tables for Tyson Fury's Gypsy King event will be charged a £255.54 booking fee on top

Undefeated world heavyweight boxing champion and self-styled 'Gypsy King' Tyson Fury is heading to Wolverhampton this weekend - and could end up singing over your £5,000 supper.

Top tables for 10 people each are priced at £4,999 plus £255.54 booking fee and include a signed glove for every diner, printed photo with Fury and dedicated hostess service.

Diners at the 'Tyson Fury After Party Show' will be able to watch a 'live unscripted interview on-stage with Fury', take part in an auction of memorabilia and receive a programme each, too.

Promoted by Showfighter and Goldstar, the cheapest tickets for the 'audience with' event begin at £55 plus £3.40 booking fee for the Bronze Experience Package which will include a programme, the auction and interview.

The Silver package includes an 'authentic meal' for £99 plus £5.64 booking fee, whilst Gold packages are £179 plus £9.72 booking fee and will include a printed photograph with Fury.

The top priced individual package is the Platinum Experience for £379 plus £19.92 booking fee. This has everything afforded the top tables, minus the 'pinnacle seating location' and 'dedicated hostesses'.

At his last fight at Wembley, when he knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round, Tyson's security was supervised by Solihull boss Iain McCallister who is seen talking in the video below.

Who is Tyson Fury

Showfighter says he's "The People's world champion - the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, Ring magazine and lineal heavyweight champion.

"He will no doubt be talking about his fights with Wilder and the record-breaking punch up with Whyte.

"Is he staying retired, or does he have plans for a comeback? Get your tickets to hear his thoughts, live and unscripted, exclusively at another ground-breaking ShowFighter and Goldstar event.

"Meet ‘The Gypsy King’ at his ‘after party' and enjoy a fabulous night of entertainment, great good, and maybe a song or two from the big man himself!"

The event comes with a 'disclaimer' that it will include 'Adult Content' and that refunds will only be possible if the event is cancelled.

'Once in a lifetime opportunity'

Showfighter says it wants guests to 'Feel like a million dollars' by wearing smart suits, elegant dresses and enjoying luscious cocktails.

It adds: "We take exceptional care of all our guests, taking pride in our vigorous service. We want you, the audience, to relish an experience like no other.

"The memorabilia auction (will be) signed, framed and sold to you. A tremendous way to commemorate a wonderful evening and own a piece beautiful memorabilia signed by your favourite celebrities.

"(The event is) a once in a lifetime opportunity to come face to face with your hero. Shaking hands with the person you have the utmost respect for is a memory that will stay with you for a lifetime."

The dress code is 'lounge suits' for gentlemen and 'glamorous' for ladies (no sportswear). To sit next to someone, make your booking under the same order or email [email protected]

The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, June 24 at KK's Steel Mill, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton WV2 4DU - tickets are being advertised with pre-event deadlines on the Eventbrite website.

Previous guests at similar events have included Anthony Joshua and Floyd Mayweather.
For £5k you each get one of those photos though where you can stand next to him looking like a right div with your first clenched. Grrrrrr.
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Nightmare Roy wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 17:33
Ruthless-RKO wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 12:20 Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - but top tables cost £5,000

Anyone wanting the top-priced £4,999 tables for Tyson Fury's Gypsy King event will be charged a £255.54 booking fee on top

Undefeated world heavyweight boxing champion and self-styled 'Gypsy King' Tyson Fury is heading to Wolverhampton this weekend - and could end up singing over your £5,000 supper.

Top tables for 10 people each are priced at £4,999 plus £255.54 booking fee and include a signed glove for every diner, printed photo with Fury and dedicated hostess service.

Diners at the 'Tyson Fury After Party Show' will be able to watch a 'live unscripted interview on-stage with Fury', take part in an auction of memorabilia and receive a programme each, too.

Promoted by Showfighter and Goldstar, the cheapest tickets for the 'audience with' event begin at £55 plus £3.40 booking fee for the Bronze Experience Package which will include a programme, the auction and interview.

The Silver package includes an 'authentic meal' for £99 plus £5.64 booking fee, whilst Gold packages are £179 plus £9.72 booking fee and will include a printed photograph with Fury.

The top priced individual package is the Platinum Experience for £379 plus £19.92 booking fee. This has everything afforded the top tables, minus the 'pinnacle seating location' and 'dedicated hostesses'.

At his last fight at Wembley, when he knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round, Tyson's security was supervised by Solihull boss Iain McCallister who is seen talking in the video below.

Who is Tyson Fury

Showfighter says he's "The People's world champion - the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, Ring magazine and lineal heavyweight champion.

"He will no doubt be talking about his fights with Wilder and the record-breaking punch up with Whyte.

"Is he staying retired, or does he have plans for a comeback? Get your tickets to hear his thoughts, live and unscripted, exclusively at another ground-breaking ShowFighter and Goldstar event.

"Meet ‘The Gypsy King’ at his ‘after party' and enjoy a fabulous night of entertainment, great good, and maybe a song or two from the big man himself!"

The event comes with a 'disclaimer' that it will include 'Adult Content' and that refunds will only be possible if the event is cancelled.

'Once in a lifetime opportunity'

Showfighter says it wants guests to 'Feel like a million dollars' by wearing smart suits, elegant dresses and enjoying luscious cocktails.

It adds: "We take exceptional care of all our guests, taking pride in our vigorous service. We want you, the audience, to relish an experience like no other.

"The memorabilia auction (will be) signed, framed and sold to you. A tremendous way to commemorate a wonderful evening and own a piece beautiful memorabilia signed by your favourite celebrities.

"(The event is) a once in a lifetime opportunity to come face to face with your hero. Shaking hands with the person you have the utmost respect for is a memory that will stay with you for a lifetime."

The dress code is 'lounge suits' for gentlemen and 'glamorous' for ladies (no sportswear). To sit next to someone, make your booking under the same order or email [email protected]

The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, June 24 at KK's Steel Mill, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton WV2 4DU - tickets are being advertised with pre-event deadlines on the Eventbrite website.

Previous guests at similar events have included Anthony Joshua and Floyd Mayweather.
For £5k you each get one of those photos though where you can stand next to him looking like a right div with your first clenched. Grrrrrr.
Eh? Don’t forget the £255.54 booking fee
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If that doesn't say retirement cash out, what does? :doh:
WWE? Probably in the works. :doh:
Exhibition? Gawd please no :doh:

I like watching him fight, well the Wilder fights at least, the rest has been a bit meh, but having to listen to him talk bollocks and paying for the privilege! :lol:
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Man of the people :lol:
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Boxerbeetle wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 12:28 I’m going to book a top table of 10, just for myself.
Hard to hide it
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Ruthless-RKO wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 12:20 Tyson Fury is coming to Wolverhampton - but top tables cost £5,000

Anyone wanting the top-priced £4,999 tables for Tyson Fury's Gypsy King event will be charged a £255.54 booking fee on top

Undefeated world heavyweight boxing champion and self-styled 'Gypsy King' Tyson Fury is heading to Wolverhampton this weekend - and could end up singing over your £5,000 supper.

Top tables for 10 people each are priced at £4,999 plus £255.54 booking fee and include a signed glove for every diner, printed photo with Fury and dedicated hostess service.

Diners at the 'Tyson Fury After Party Show' will be able to watch a 'live unscripted interview on-stage with Fury', take part in an auction of memorabilia and receive a programme each, too.

Promoted by Showfighter and Goldstar, the cheapest tickets for the 'audience with' event begin at £55 plus £3.40 booking fee for the Bronze Experience Package which will include a programme, the auction and interview.

The Silver package includes an 'authentic meal' for £99 plus £5.64 booking fee, whilst Gold packages are £179 plus £9.72 booking fee and will include a printed photograph with Fury.

The top priced individual package is the Platinum Experience for £379 plus £19.92 booking fee. This has everything afforded the top tables, minus the 'pinnacle seating location' and 'dedicated hostesses'.

At his last fight at Wembley, when he knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round, Tyson's security was supervised by Solihull boss Iain McCallister who is seen talking in the video below.

Who is Tyson Fury

Showfighter says he's "The People's world champion - the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, Ring magazine and lineal heavyweight champion.

"He will no doubt be talking about his fights with Wilder and the record-breaking punch up with Whyte.

"Is he staying retired, or does he have plans for a comeback? Get your tickets to hear his thoughts, live and unscripted, exclusively at another ground-breaking ShowFighter and Goldstar event.

"Meet ‘The Gypsy King’ at his ‘after party' and enjoy a fabulous night of entertainment, great good, and maybe a song or two from the big man himself!"

The event comes with a 'disclaimer' that it will include 'Adult Content' and that refunds will only be possible if the event is cancelled.

'Once in a lifetime opportunity'

Showfighter says it wants guests to 'Feel like a million dollars' by wearing smart suits, elegant dresses and enjoying luscious cocktails.

It adds: "We take exceptional care of all our guests, taking pride in our vigorous service. We want you, the audience, to relish an experience like no other.

"The memorabilia auction (will be) signed, framed and sold to you. A tremendous way to commemorate a wonderful evening and own a piece beautiful memorabilia signed by your favourite celebrities.

"(The event is) a once in a lifetime opportunity to come face to face with your hero. Shaking hands with the person you have the utmost respect for is a memory that will stay with you for a lifetime."

The dress code is 'lounge suits' for gentlemen and 'glamorous' for ladies (no sportswear). To sit next to someone, make your booking under the same order or email [email protected]

The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, June 24 at KK's Steel Mill, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton WV2 4DU - tickets are being advertised with pre-event deadlines on the Eventbrite website.

Previous guests at similar events have included Anthony Joshua and Floyd Mayweather.
Does this include 2 weeks in Dubai, all expenses covered plus flights?
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KiwiRider wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 17:52 If that doesn't say retirement cash out, what does? :doh:
WWE? Probably in the works. :doh:
Exhibition? Gawd please no :doh:

I like watching him fight, well the Wilder fights at least, the rest has been a bit meh, but having to listen to him talk bollocks and paying for the privilege! :lol:
He probably be used in September for WWE’s event in the UK. But don’t see how he’ll hype it cus he can’t into the states to promote it himself or build a feud.
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Ruthless-RKO wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 19:44
KiwiRider wrote: 21 Jun 2022, 17:52 If that doesn't say retirement cash out, what does? :doh:
WWE? Probably in the works. :doh:
Exhibition? Gawd please no :doh:

I like watching him fight, well the Wilder fights at least, the rest has been a bit meh, but having to listen to him talk bollocks and paying for the privilege! :lol:
He probably be used in September for WWE’s event in the UK. But don’t see how he’ll hype it cus he can’t into the states to promote it himself or build a feud.
Sad thing is , this will probably be sold out and the peanuts that pay for it on the way out will buy tickets for the last night only with that one a bee gangster Courtney , and outside buy of scalpers tickets for a night in the boozer with some football thug
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He do these type of shows near me & it seems to be the same people going & paying £200 a pop everytime... he's only had 1 fight since his last appearance here, I just can't see the point.... I'm getting fed up keep hearing him say ' get up there' it's up there with Johnny Fishers lot say ' bosh' all the f*cking time....
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can stand next to him looking like a right div with your first clenched. Grrrrrr.
:clap: nothing says desperate casual than the fist clench :OhYes:

Its always been clear that Fury has chased the money, and who can blame him; he is a professional sportsman after all.

I agree though - I couldn't think of many things worse than listening to him talk his usual boring drivel for an hour or so. He is as fake as his 'Peoples Champion' claim :stop:
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It's £300 pp the top price everywhere else. £99 without the signed glove. Normal pricing. Mayweather was extreme.
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mickey1975 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 04:57 It's £300 pp the top price everywhere else. £99 without the signed glove. Normal pricing. Mayweather was extreme.
How much was mayweather? I couldn’t listen to that boring , narcassist. His chat is dreadful.
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high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 05:13
mickey1975 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 04:57 It's £300 pp the top price everywhere else. £99 without the signed glove. Normal pricing. Mayweather was extreme.
How much was mayweather? I couldn’t listen to that boring , narcassist. His chat is dreadful.
I can't remember, I didn't go. Hundreds including the picture, maybe £500? A grand or two to meet him. For 15 seconds.... Parsons on here was negotiating with him, said his demands were ridiculous.
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mickey1975 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 05:30
high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 05:13
mickey1975 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 04:57 It's £300 pp the top price everywhere else. £99 without the signed glove. Normal pricing. Mayweather was extreme.
How much was mayweather? I couldn’t listen to that boring , narcassist. His chat is dreadful.
I can't remember, I didn't go. Hundreds including the picture, maybe £500? A grand or two to meet him. For 15 seconds.... Parsons on here was negotiating with him, said his demands were ridiculous.
Crazy. I was in Miami recently. He lives on a luxury island 6 months of the year. The rest of the time he sticks it on air B and B! He’s either a total miser or almost skint.
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Hard too imagine Mayweather skint ,,, but its hard to imagine why Fury prostitutes himself like he does when he does'nt need the money ,, can only summise its the attention he craves the money is just an ego thing , his managers being greedy tell him we can charge 5 grand , his ego loves that he thinks he's that popular
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coneye wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:45 Hard too imagine Mayweather skint ,,, but its hard to imagine why Fury prostitutes himself like he does when he does'nt need the money ,, can only summise its the attention he craves the money is just an ego thing , his managers being greedy tell him we can charge 5 grand , his ego loves that he thinks he's that popular
If I was as wealthy as them two I wouldn’t be arsed with doing talks / meet and greets.
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high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:53
coneye wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:45 Hard too imagine Mayweather skint ,,, but its hard to imagine why Fury prostitutes himself like he does when he does'nt need the money ,, can only summise its the attention he craves the money is just an ego thing , his managers being greedy tell him we can charge 5 grand , his ego loves that he thinks he's that popular
If I was as wealthy as them two I wouldn’t be arsed with doing talks / meet and greets.
Excatly my point , it can't be the money its got to be the ego and the more they can charge the more it fuels his ego .
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coneye wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:58
high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:53
coneye wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:45 Hard too imagine Mayweather skint ,,, but its hard to imagine why Fury prostitutes himself like he does when he does'nt need the money ,, can only summise its the attention he craves the money is just an ego thing , his managers being greedy tell him we can charge 5 grand , his ego loves that he thinks he's that popular
If I was as wealthy as them two I wouldn’t be arsed with doing talks / meet and greets.
Excatly my point , it can't be the money its got to be the ego and the more they can charge the more it fuels his ego .
He won’t be doing any meet and greets in America for a while
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high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 09:00
coneye wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:58
high tower 1 wrote: 22 Jun 2022, 08:53

If I was as wealthy as them two I wouldn’t be arsed with doing talks / meet and greets.
Excatly my point , it can't be the money its got to be the ego and the more they can charge the more it fuels his ego .
He won’t be doing any meet and greets in America for a while
Too be honest if people grew half a brain he would'nt be doing any anywhere
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