Nate Diaz – Jorge Masvidal Ticket Information

Pre-Sale Tickets Available Wednesday, April 17 at 10 a.m. PT – Sign Up for the Pre-Sale at Fanmio.com/Fight

Tickets for the fierce fight between Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal will be released to the public on Thursday, April 18. Set to take place on June 1 at The Kia Forum in Inglewood, this fight is billed as “LAST MAN STANDING” and will be available via Fanmio PPV.

In the past week alone, thousands have registered for the presale, eager to secure a spot to watch the drama unfold live. For those looking for an exclusive experience, VIP Ringside packages offer exceptional fighter access and comprehensive hospitality.

Presale for these coveted tickets opens on Wednesday, April 17 at 10 a.m. PT at Fanmio.com/Fight and can be accessed through Ticketmaster.com. The general sale kicks off the next day with tickets starting at $60, plus fees.

Diaz and Masvidal are no strangers in the combat sports arena, having previously clashed in the UFC. Their upcoming bout in the boxing ring promises to settle their rivalry with a 10-round light heavyweight fight.

Keep an eye on social media platforms for updates and sneak peeks into the fighters’ training camps using #DiazMasvidal.

Here is what the fighters had to say Friday from Zouk Nightclub inside Resorts World Las Vegas:

NATE DIAZ

“The first fight is what it is. I’m better, I lost and it was how it was. It got stopped, those were the rules. I’ll fight to the end of time. There’s no stopping me ever. The tank is full now and it was full then.

“I’m training hard as always and staying ready for the next big move. I’m getting ready to rock.

“My tank’s full. I’m gonna try to beat his ass the best I can in this sport and go from there.

“We’re boxing this time, so it’s a whole other sport. It’s a whole new fight we’re getting into.”

JORGE MASVIDAL

“Y’all know what you’re gonna get June 1. Nothing but violence. That’s what I’m gonna deliver.

“I was busy chasing world titles after our first fight, so here we are now in boxing and I can’t wait to get in there and do my thing.

“I don’t think Nate really trained for Jake Paul and I don’t blame him. I don’t think it was his best performance. You know you better get in shape for this one. I’m a good athlete who’s mean. I’m coming to take your head off every time.

“I always felt I was the best boxer to come out of UFC and Nate’s bread and butter is his boxing. So it’s time to roll, I love it.

ANTHONY PETTIS

“Avila is on a winning streak and I’m always down to fight anyone, anytime, anywhere. This is nothing new for me.

“He comes to bang. He’s not afraid to exchange. I’m gonna go out there and bite on my mouth piece, so you know it’s gonna be a good one.

“I come from a great training camp with Jorge Capetillo and we’ve trained together for a long time. I’m ready for this next chapter of my career.”

CHRIS AVILA

“Boxing is something that’s natural for me. I’ve got an opportunity in this sport and I’ve been killing it. I’m looking forward to getting in the ring with Anthony.

“This is a really good opportunity. I’m gonna take advantage as much as I can and do what I have to do to get my hand raised.

“I know he’ll be good. He’s got a lot of experience as a former UFC champion. I’m focused on what I showcase in the ring. I’ll be ready for June 1.”

AMADO VARGAS

“We’re here on the big stage and I can’t wait. I know Garcia well from fighting in the amateurs, but it’s a whole new ball game in the pros. I can’t wait for June 1.

“He’s a clown and he has no power. I’m gonna stop him in the later rounds. I have more pro experience and I’m gonna stop him just like how his brother got stopped. His family are quitters.”

SEAN GARCIA

“We’re 1-1 against each other in the amateurs, but he knows I’m 10 times better than him. Deep down inside he knows. I’m gonna knock him out on June 1. His whole family knows that I’m better than him.”