World Series of Fighting 1 Gate and Attendance


MMA World Series of Fighting LogoThe Nevada State Athletic Commission on Friday released the gate and attendance figures for World Series of Fighting’s inaugural event that took place on Nov. 3 at the Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

A total of 1,499 tickets were sold with gate receipts totaling $82,608.22, according to NSAC Executive Director Keith Kizer.

The event, “Arlovski vs. Cole,” aired live on the NBC Sports Network to an audience of 198,000 viewers.

Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski TKO’d Strikeforce veteran Devin Cole in the opening round of the main event, while Anthony “Rumble” Johnson added a stunning knockout win to his growing light heavyweight resume on the undercard.

The start-up organization handed out 4,076 complimentary tickets to the 10-fight event.

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