TV time set for DREAM debut event


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TV time set for DREAM debut event

By Zach Arnold | February 21, 2008

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It will air on Tokyo Broadcasting System on the same day (3/15) from 7:00-8:54 PM JST. The event takes place at Saitama Super Arena and is the start of the 2008 Lightweight GP tournament (start time is 3 PM JST).

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