Floyd Mayweather Junior and Alvarez are going to be going on the road to over 10 cities in two different countries for a fan and media tour before they finally face-off on September 14 for one of the year's biggest boxing bouts. This is Mayweather's second fight on his 30 month-long contract that he signed in the beginning of the year, this contract holds him for up to six fights.
There hasn't been a tour of this magnitude since 2007 when Oscar De La Hoya and Mayweather fought. They also went to over 10 cities before their junior middleweight championship fight, which helped them earn the highest selling pay-per-view special of all time, with 2.5 million purchases.
The manager of the tour Kelly Swanson has already announced all of the locations and times for every stop that the tour is going to make. The public can attend any of them, and it is totally free. Seating will be on a first-come first-served basis.
Alvarez and Mayweather will be face-to-face on Monday for the first time, that is also when tickets are going to go on sale.