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Ultimate Fighting Championship president Dana White said Monday that he wasn't going to sit and wait to see if a poor ticket situation would get better and made the decision to move UFC on Versus 2, which had been scheduled on Aug. 1 in Salt Lake City, to San Diego.
White would not reveal the exact number of tickets sold.
"It was bad, real bad," White said. "Do you think I wanted to do this? It was like a Strikeforce event [in terms of ticket sales]. But I wasn't going to sit around and wait."
Fans can get refunds on their tickets, but Ticketmaster won't refund the "convenience fee" that it charges customers.
So, for the few folks who did buy tickets, they're going to be out the convenience fee. It's an outrageous add-on to a ticket price to begin with, but given that so few tickets were sold and the promoter was the one who canceled the event, the fan should not have to swallow that cost.
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