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Las Vegas II GP: Mayhem at the Mirage
Scott Lighty vs Tomihira
Chalid Arrab vs Hiraku Hori
Rusuan Karaev vs Freddy Kemayo
Azem Maksutaj vs Michael McDonald
Mighty Mo vs Francois Botha
Armani Lee vs Mark Selbee
This card looks sort of dissapointing. Mo vs Botha will be good, but the rest is meh. Mike McD or Freddy Kemayo will win this. id like to see Kemayo win it because he didnt look too bad in the Paris GP. would have loved to see Naoufal IronLeg though. he was real good in the Paris GP.
07-04-2005, 07:44 PM
Yea I think you're right and Mc D will probably take this one all going well on his part, but you're also right about the fact that the card is a little disappointing, will they sell out the show in Las vegas?
im not sure. the Mirage is bigger than the bellagio (10,000 seats rather than 5,000+ seats). if they were at Bellagio id say yeah they sell out. i dont know about this card with 10,000 though. if they get one more big superfight signed before the event, and by super i dont mean dewey cooper vs somebody, they might do a lil better with sales.
then again Cooper is a local so he does draw...
07-04-2005, 08:15 PM
That's quite a small capacity really, but considering it's in a hotel it's not to bad at all. Do you know what MGM and Mandalay Bay hold? I've been to Las Vegas and remeber all the hotels and their size but didn't realise at the time that they were the venue for numerous major sporting events, I also didn't realise Celine Dion was playing in the same week that I was there, but no use crying over spilt milk.
Celine Dion is teh ghey. and she plays there year round. contract with Ceasars Palace. if im not mistaken MGM Grand holds around 9-10,000 people, and Mandalay Bay is like 6,000.
07-04-2005, 09:10 PM
No way I thought that they would at least hold 20 000 each, even Manchester's arena holds about 30k.
well those are Arenas. these are just Casino Venues. each casino cant have a 20k arena inside them.
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