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Daniel Jacobs set to make career high ₹107 crore rupees to fight Mexican star…

first_imgAdvertisement AdvertisementWBC and WBA middleweight champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez is all set to fight IBF middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs in a unification bout at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 4th which is a Cinco De Mayo weekend.The fight was announced last week by Oscar De La Hoya and Eddie Hearn on Social Media. This is the fight most boxing fans have wanted to see as Canelo is coming off of a win against former middleweight kingpin Gennady Golovkin in September last year and Jacobs beat Serhiy Derevyachenko last October to capture the vacant IBF middleweight title.Daniel Jacobs went toe-to-toe with Gennady Golovkin back in March of 2017 when he lost the fight via a very close decision, although many boxing fans believed Jacobs won that fight.For this mega fight, the American is set to make a career-high ₹107 crore, according to LA Times.[Sources familiar with the deal have indicated that Jacobs stands to collect as much as $15 million for the Alvarez fight, and a minimum of $4 million in his next two fights should he lose to Alvarez.“If [Jacobs] wins or gets a draw, it’s big, big money for those next fights,” one individual familiar with the deal but unauthorized to comment publicly on it told The Times.]This is a way more money then he made for his last two big fights on HBO. In his last fight against Sergiy Derevyachenko where he won the vacant IBF world middleweight title, Jacobs made ₹11.4 crore rupees.Before that, he fought middleweight kingpin Gennady Golovkin and made slightly over ₹12.4 crore rupees.ALSO READ:Canelo Alvarez wants to fight Callum Smith at Wembley stadium in front of 90,000 fanslast_img read more

Fiji Airways starts new flights to LA

first_imgBeginning on June 25, 2015, travellers will have the option to purchase round-trip flights from Los Angeles to Wellington, New Zealand with Fiji Airways.Fiji Airways’ managing director and CEO Stefan Pichler, said New Zealand is an incredibly important market for Fiji Airways, and the new flight option is a testament to Fiji Airways’ strong performance there.“The introduction of this new route reflects our commitment to the New Zealand market, and in growing our global network,” Mr Pichler said.The Los Angeles-Wellington route is made possible by the addition of direct flights from Nadi, Fiji to Wellington.The new Los Angeles- Nadi- Wellington route opens up an additional 328 seats per week between Fiji and New Zealand.United States visitors using Wellington as their New Zealand point of entry have increased by 35 per cent over the last two years.Wellington residents traveling to Fiji and to the United States have grown by more than 20 per cent over the same period.The weekly flight will be complemented by a permanent additional service beginning June 2015.Fiji Airways operates up to 13 weekly services between Fiji and Auckland and Fiji, and two weekly services between Nadi and Christchurch, which will double in capacity next winter.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more