AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 43 event drew an announced attendance of 8,098 and a live gate of $1.04 million New Zealand dollars, which is the equivalent of nearly $913,000 US.
UFC executive Tom Wright announced the figures at the night’s post-event news conference, which MMAjunkie attended.
UFC Fight Night 43 took place at Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand. It was the UFC’s debut in the country.
The card featured a middleweight main event between Nate Marquardt and New Zealand native James Te Huna. Marquardt upset Te Huna with a first-round armbar.
While the number of “comp” or free tickets was not revealed, the figures represent an average revenue of $112.74 US per ticket issued.view original article >>
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