Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s trilogy match will cost £24.95.
But some fans, who either have to wake up or wake up to watch it in the morning, have hit out at the ‘drastic’ price.
Fury will fight Wilder for the third time on October 9, with BT at the box office screening the much-anticipated rematch.
The announcement was met with some criticism from supporters, who believe that the Gypsy King has already proven that he is a better fighter.
One said: “25 pounds is fine for a 10 p.m. main event but a bit harsh for 4 a.m. when I’ll probably be asleep.”
Another said: “24.95 for a 5am PPV for a fight nobody asked?”
One said: “25 pounds for a 4 o’clock fight. Only a fool to watch the third fight is paying for it we already know the outcome.”
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Fight is the joint most expensive British PPV, and it will be the fifth time a fight has cost £24.95.
Anthony Joshua’s 2019 rematch win over Andy Ruiz Jr marked the first time the record bill was introduced from the start.
Latecomers to the Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao fight in 2015 also had to pay for it, although it was initially cheaper.
AJ’s last two matches, victories against Kubrat Pulev and the most recent loss to Oleksandr Usyak, again came at the same cost.
Fury’s initial draw with Wilder cost £19.95, but by the time they rematched two years later, an additional £5 had been added.
And it will be for their trilogy, with an undercard that includes Adam Konaki’s rematch with Robert Helenius and Efe Ajgaba’s clash with Frank Sanchez.
This quickly left others to admire the night ahead in Las Vegas.
One commented: “The cards are stacked and the last two Fury V Wilder fights have been great to watch without moaning about the price, but the time difference is a killer.”
Another wrote: “It’s worth considering he has such a great undercard.”