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Additional Tickets Released for UFC 124

DUE TO TREMENDOUS DEMAND, LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS MADE AVAILABLE FOR HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED TITLE CLASH BETWEEN MONTREAL’S GEORGES ST-PIERRE AND JOSH KOSCHECK
Las Vegas, NV (USA) – One of the most anticipated welterweight title fights in Ultimate Fighting Championship® history has already proven to be a knockout at the box office. Now, due to tremendous demand for UFC® 124: St-Pierre vs. Koscheck 2, the UFC announced today that it will be releasing a limited number of tickets to this explosive event.

Additional tickets for UFC® 124: St-Pierre vs. Koscheck 2 live from Bell Centre in Montreal on Saturday, Dec. 11 are available now and priced at $100 and $75. Tickets can be purchased at the Bell Centre box office, by phone at (514) 790-2525 / 1-877-668-8269 or at www.evenko.ca.


“The fans are really fired up for this fight,” UFC President Dana White said. “Josh Koscheck’s mission is to take the world title from Georges St-Pierre in front of his hometown crowd in Montreal. With such high demand, we released additional tickets and expect Bell Centre to be electric on Dec. 11.”

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