GOING, going, almost gone.
Tickets for the August 31 Battle of Bendigo showdown between Jeff Horn and Michael Zerafa are selling fast, with promoters confident of a sell-out.
With tickets unavailable on the night at Bendigo Stadium, sports fan are being urged to get in fast to avoid missing out.
Hosking Promotions' Lynden Hosking confirmed that only general admission tickets remained, with ringside allocations fully exhausted.
Bendigo's 1996 Olympic boxing representative said promoters were stoked with the response to the event, which will also feature Bendigo boxers Damien Lock and Lorrinda Webb on the undercard.
"People are talking about around town - I am glad Bendigo is getting right behind it," Hosking said.
"If it's a success I have no doubt these big shows will be back here (in Bendigo) - maybe not Jeff Horn, but someone of similar profile.
"It's going to be a big night for Locky and Lorrinda, I'm sure they'll have a big crew watching."
Horn's World Boxing Association Oceania middleweight title will be on the line in his bout against emerging star Zerafa.
The fight will be the Victorian debut of the Queensland based fighter, known as 'The Hornet'.
Doors open at 5.30pm, with tickets available from Ticketek.
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