Quote Originally Posted by Matt Phillips View Post
That's a big problem because it clearly implies St Jude's receives a portion of each ticket sale, contradicting nysanda's story that he was only obligated to pay them from the net proceeds.
Posted here as well in Ross' Yahoo groups:

And in the UG (where I got the poster from):
From: lkfmdc
Date: 03/28/06 08:16 PM Member Since: 01/01/2001
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Last edited:28-Mar-06 09:55 PM

For Immediate Release
Third time is for "Redemption"

New York, NY - After two sold out shows, Sports Fighting Titans returns to the PAL Duncan Center in Manhattan on Saturday, June 10 for it's third installment entitled "Redemption". As in previous shows, the action will be provided by some of the nation's best amateurs and will be contested under Muay Thai (Thai Boxing), San Da (Chinese kickboxing) and international kickboxing rules. The event will be sanctioned by the United States Kickboxing Association (USKBA).

Tickets benefit in part St. Jude's Children's Charities, a reason why the event has been subtitled "fighting for a good cause." Ringside tickets are $35 and limited. General admission is $20. Tickets can be purchased at either NY San Da or Fit 2 Fight gym by calling (212) 239 8619 or (646) 413-0535.

Amateur kickboxers seeking an opportunity to fight on the card should email [email protected] or call (212) 239 8619.

Promoters David A Ross and Steve Ventura also announced today that they will be expanding the Sports Fighting Titans promotion both geographically and stylistically. In July, on a date to be announced, they will be offering their first all amateur MMA event in New Jersey. This event will be made possible by the new regulations accepted by the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board.

David A Ross
New York San Da
(212) 239 8619