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UFC 138 Tickets Booked

thelegend2011-09-11 15:14:30 +0000 #1
Tickets booked this morning, middle of lower tier section.

thelegend will be seeing Sir Leben in the flesh!
BaltimoreBamBam2011-09-11 15:21:52 +0000 #2
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Originally Posted by thelegend

Tickets booked this morning, middle of lower tier section.

thelegend will be seeing Sir Leben in the flesh!

I was just about to make a similar thread. I just bought tickets for my fiance and myself for UFC Live 6 in DC. Got decent tickets, and Can't wait!

I've been told by media friends that I should plan to attend the Weigh-in's, Open Workout's, and media stuff like the presser, and other's. Couple questions, Is there anything else I should plan to attend, and Does anyone know if this stuff cost's money to get in? I think I've heard that the Weigh-ins are free. Anyone have any ideas or tricks to find the most people to sign stuff. lol. I'm bringing my UFC gloves, and I plan to get some other stuff as well.
Wanderlei2011-09-11 15:58:30 +0000 #3
I'm all booked up as well, got them yesterday. Same area-ish, actually. Block 15 I believe. Cant wait.
thelegend2011-09-11 15:53:20 +0000 #4
We r the middle of block 12, yours are slightly more side on to the cage, ours are at a marginal angle. Far enough back though that ring posts won't be an issue and high enough that we can see the ground action. I've been told by security friends that have worked in the venue that any lower tier seating is good for boxing/MMA events.

Is this you first event? Also, same question to you Bulldog
seansloan2011-09-11 15:52:25 +0000 #5
Do you need the fight club membership for overseas tickets?
Wanderlei2011-09-11 16:05:03 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by thelegend

We r the middle of block 12, yours are slightly more side on to the cage, ours are at a marginal angle. Far enough back though that ring posts won't be an issue and high enough that we can see the ground action. I've been told by security friends that have worked in the venue that any lower tier seating is good for boxing/MMA events.

Is this you first event? Also, same question to you Bulldog

It is yes. I've always preferred to host a party-night for all the UFC Events at my 'Crib'. I just felt it's about time I took in a Live Event. I've attended more World Title Boxing fights in the UK and the States than I care to remember, but never a UFC. Myself and my girlfriend will be attending, she is addicted to the UFC and is now getting into StrikeForce and Bellator. She has a decent understanding of the Ground Game as well now, and appreciates all the transitions from Full Guard to Mount. Which is nice...

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