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2/27/2003 7:10pm,

From www.UFC.tv:

LAS VEGAS, November 22, 2002…Officials of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) today announced that tickets, $300, $200, $100, $60 and $30, for UFC 41: Onslaught will go on sale tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 23, at the box office at Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ, at all Ticketmaster locations and at www.ticketmaster.com. Tickets also may be ordered by telephone at 1-800-736-1420. Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino is the host of the event.

An eight-fight card at Boardwalk Hall will feature the first title defense by new UFC Heavyweight Champion Ricco Rodriguez of Las Vegas, Nev., in the main event against an opponent to be named. Rodriguez won the heavyweight title September 28 with a fifth round technical knockout of former champion Randy Couture.

Lightweight top contenders BJ Penn of Hilo, Hawaii, and Caol Uno of Kangawa, Japan, will meet for the lightweight championship in the co-main event. Penn defeated Matt Serra of Long Island, NY, and Uno defeated Din Thomas September 28 for the right to meet for the championship. The remainder of the card will be announced.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nev., is the world's leading mixed martial arts sports association. Owned and operated by Zuffa LLC, the UFC programs six live pay-per-view events yearly through cable and satellite providers. In addition to its U.S. distribution on iN DEMAND, DIRECTV, Dish Network, Bell ExpressVu and Viewers Choice Canada. UFC events are distributed internationally through British Sky Broadcasting, WOWOW, Inc. in Japan, Globosat in Brazil and Modern Sports and Entertainment in Scandinavia. UFC licenses video games for all major playing platforms through Crave Entertainment.

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