Southern Scuffle Wrestling Tickets On Sale

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Tickets for the 2018 Southern Scuffle, presented by Compound Clothing, are on sale now on  Fans can purchase two-day and single-day passes, along with a newly implemented hospitality pass.

Billed as one of the top in-season collegiate wrestling events in the nation, the Southern Scuffle takes place Jan. 1-2 at the McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tenn.  

Reserved two-day tickets are $60 each.  Two-day reserved seats are in Sections 125-127 and 102-104 in McKenzie Arena.
  Single-day reserved tickets are $35 each. 

The rest of the Arena is General Admission seating and available for $35 for a two-day pass or $20 for a single-day GA ticket. 

Fans wanting to sit in the reserved section have the newly created option to purchase Hospitality Passes for $150.  This pass includes a reserved seat, and two full meals each day in the new hospitality room on the Arena Floor off of Section 125.

The Hospitality Room is open all day during competition, with drinks and light snacks.  Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  These passes are limited in number so be sure to get yours today. 

For more information on the Hospitality Pass, contact Brent McMillian at 423-425-5273 or

Group tickets in the General Admission seating areas for the Scuffle are available in blocks of 10 or more.  These are $30 each for a two-day ticket and $15 per single day pass.  Groups tickets for the Mocs' home dual are $3 each when 10+ are purchased at once.  Contact Barry Kamen at 423-425-5740 for for more information. 

Tickets for UTC's five regular season home matches are also available now.  General Admission seats are $5 for each match.

Fans can still buy season tickets and get all of the action in one purchase.  Reserved Scuffle seats and all five home duals are just $65 each.  General Admission to the Scuffle and the Mocs' five home meets is just $35 per ticket.   

Order online here or call the UTC Ticket Office at (423) 266-MOCS (6627) to purchase today. 

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