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“We’ve sold 55,000 tickets in our first stadium event in Toronto and we continue to take the UFC to the next level.” ---Dana White, UFC President
If you haven’t got yourself a UFC 129 ticket, sorry, but it’s too late. UFC officials have announced last Saturday that tickets for the upcoming UFC 129: St-Pierre vs. Shields at Rogers Centre in Toronto on April 30 is sold our minutes after it was opened to public. Rogers Centre seats 42,000 people; however; due to insistent public demand, UFC and Rogers officials expanded the capacity to 55,000.
“UFC continues to set new milestones,” UFC president Dana White said. “We’ve sold 55,000 tickets in our first stadium event in Toronto and we continue to take the UFC to the next level.”
“Based on the lightning quick sell-out, there is no doubt that UFC’s fan base is extremely passionate”, said Silvio D’Addario, VP Events, Rogers Centre. “We’ve worked closely with UFC to configure our venue to provide the best fan experience possible and we look forward to hosting this historic event.”View Article Source »
If you don't want to be left out, mark your calendars. Tickets for the most anticipated UFC 129 will be out this week and it goes hotter than ever.
If you don’t want to miss out the powerhouse fight that UFC 129 plans to deliver to you, then you should grab your tickets now. UFC 129 tickets are on sale this week.
The “UFC 129: St-Pierre for Shields” will take place on April 30 at Rogers Centre in Toronto. The event features a welterweight title fight between UFC champion Georges St-Pierre (21-2 MMA, 15-2 UFC) and top challenger Jake Shields (26-4-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC).Read the rest of the article »
"It's the same thing with Toronto. There's obviously enough room to open up more seats if necessary." ---Dana White, UFC President
This Saturday’s UFC 126 event is sold out and now UFC 127 proves to beat the history of promotional pre-order sales.
Despite having a bit of a dull economy, UFC still shows who’s got some supremacy over the MMA fans. This March’s UFC Fight Night 24 event proves the mantra while the UFC 129 in Toronto is planning for an expansion of seat sections. This news was happily brought by UFC President Dana White.
The UFC Fight Night 24 event takes place on March 26 at KeyArena, Seattle. Tickets went available last week. The big boss expects UFC 129 to be bigger due to the powerhouse cast behind the event. UFC 129 takes place in Toronto’s Rogers Centre.Read the rest of the article »
“We are really excited to bring a UFC event to Rogers Centre and want to create the ultimate experience for fans.” ---Tom Wright, UFC’s Director of Canadian Operations
The current talk of the town, UFC 129: St-Pierre vs. Shields, marks Ultimate Fighting Championship’s first step on Canada’s largest city. It is lated to break records in attendance all over the said country.
UFC 129 features a welterweight fight between current belt-holder and champion Georges St-Pierre and top contender Jake Shields. The event will take place at Rogers Centre formerly known as SkyDome. The venue housed more than 68,000 attendees during WWE’s WrestleMania X8 in 2002. However, UFC 129 might beat that record.Read the rest of the article »
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