Andre Berto Tickets
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Premier Boxing Champions: Andre Berto vs. Devon Alexander
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Aug 4 2018
Andre Berto Tickets Prices
The average Andre Berto tickets will cost you $189 for the event being held on 04/08/2018 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale. The minimum get in price is $59 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
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|Premier Boxing Champions: Andre Berto vs. Devon Alexander||Uniondale||4-Aug-18||$189||$59|
Details of Andre Berto and the Ticket Luck value
A package of energy and entertainment, Andre Berto is best known for his unmatched sportsman spirit and valor. With the start of his journey as a boxing amateur, Berto quickly ascended the heights of professionalism in the field. He championed the art of staying prominent in the ring and he still strives to be the best in his division. Winning 28 battles out of thirty with 22 Kos and having various other medals under his belt, Berto has become one of the accomplished boxing champions who have presented their hometown on international level. Berto has been categorized as one of the most promising candidates to retain their WBC Welterweight title. The boxing champion is gearing up for his most awaited battle with Jesus Soto Karass at AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Get Andre Berto tickets and come out to watch this thrilling battle between the ultimate rivals in the ring.
Born in 1983, Berto was encouraged at a young age to take interest in the boxing by his father, a renowned fighter himself. Throughout his career, his father’s guidance and advice has helped him to achieve the status he has today. The professional attitude and the true sportsman spirit instilled in him by his father have always shaped his persona. Motivated by his mentor, it wasn’t too long that Berto began to train professionally as a boxer. As an amateur in the field, Berto won many state level contests including two-time National PAL champion, two time National Golden Gloves champion and US Amateur championship. He was also entitled to win a bronze medal in World Amateur Championship in the year of 2003. This spurred up a professional career as a boxer that continued to flourish in the coming years.
In 2004, Berto represented his homeland Haiti in the World Olympics and became the first sportsman/boxer to represent Haiti on an international level. This won him and his parents a high prestige and respect and Berto became a popular cult figure among the Haitians. The precedent set by Berto had a profound impact on the Haiti’s sport scene and since then, Haiti has sent its teams in every major international-level sport including 2008 Olympics that were held in Beijing.
Berto made a triumphant appearance at Welterweight championship in the years of 2004-2006, winning fifteen battles with thirteen knockouts. Fighting against Miguel Figueroa, Norberto Bravo and Cosme Rivera, Berto unanimously won the NABF Welterweight title on September 2007 by defeating David Estrada. This boosted Berto’s image and gained him international fame and fan following. In order to defend his Welterweight title-ship, Berto battled against Michael Trabant, Miguel Rodriguez, Steve Forbes, Luis Collazo and Juan Urango in the subsequent years of 2008 and 2009. By defeating them all, mostly in sixth or during technical knockouts, Berto successfully maintained his Welterweight title. It was not until April 2011 that Berto lost against Victor Ortiz, an iconic battle that was named as ‘Fight of the Year’ by The Ring Magazine. To claim the title again, Berto had to face one of the top ten Welterweight champions, Robert Guerrero in November 2012. This combat was pretty intense as both the champions were set to give each other a tough time. By the end of the fight, after fierce attacks from both the sides, Guerrero won by mutual decision of the judges.
Berto continues to serve his local community and country with his positive influence on youth and amateur athletes and fresh sportsman. He is associated with many philanthropic projects and volunteer works. He participated, along with other sport-fellows, in helping congressmen in mapping ‘Physical Guidelines for Americans Act’. Berto is running his own charitable organization since 2010, which was founded after the destructive earthquake hit the Haiti. Since its formation, the organization is serving for various causes including Parkinson’s disease, besides struggling for the rehabilitation of native Haitians.
This year, the champion is preparing himself for the ultimate fight with Jesus Soto Karass that would be taking place at AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Gear up people for this momentous fight as both the opponents are of equal strength and valor and that makes the contest even fiercer. Buy Andre Berto tickets and witness some of the thrilling moments in the ring and be a part of the cheering crowd. Hurry up and grab your tickets fast before they are all sold out.