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Rumble in the Rose District

Date/Time

Aug 23, 2019
06:30 PM until 11:30 PM

Description

 

The biggest sporting event in history for Broken Arrow is set to happen on Friday, August 23rd. The event will take place outside in Downtown Broken Arrow near the intersection of Commercial and Main in the Rose District. The card will be 7 total fights, 3 worldwide televised fights airing @ 9:00 p.m. on SHOWTIME. The main undercard fight will be Oklahoma product Trey Morrison 16-0 with 16 KOs (son of Tommy Morrison) vs Nick Jones 7-2. Three main events are undefeated super bantamweight Arnold Khegai (15-0-1, 10 KOs) vs Vladimir Tikhonov (17-1, 9 KOs) in the opening 8- round bout. Super lightweight Shohjahon Ergashev (16-0, 14 KOs) will face Abdiel Ramirez (24-4-1, 22 KOs) in a 10–round bout. Last but not least, undefeated Vladimir Shishkin (8-0, 5 KOs) vs Deandre Ware (13-1-2, 8 KOs)  in a 10 round bout. For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, visit the Rose District Facebook page.

“This will be talked about for decades”, stated Tony Holden promoter of Holden Productions, when talking about the lasting impact this event will have on the community. Tony was the driving force to sell SHOWTIME on the idea of having it here in Broken Arrow and we couldn’t be more excited.

This event will provide Broken Arrow unprecedented positive exposure Showtime will do video before the date of the event featuring the Rose District. That footage will be shown during the televised portion of the event. The event has already generated a significant amount of press, not only locally but has regionally. There will be another press conference associated with the weigh in on August 22nd. 

While the event is planning to sell around 1,000 tickets, the attendance in the Rose District is expected to be much larger bringing in people to the shops and restaurants around the regional Tulsa area to experience the event.

“This event has more of a Superbowl atmosphere to it and we are encouraging people to come down and be a part of the event even if they don’t have tickets. Restaurants in the Rose District will be open and televising the event”, stated Brent Brassfiled, Business Retention and Expansion Coordinator in the Economic Development Department with the City of Broken Arrow.

Since Broken Arrow relies heavily on sales tax, it is events like these that are huge for the community and it is a great opportunity to showcase Broken Arrow as a shopping and dining destination. Ticket sales registrants are local, out of the state and even outside of the country. 

“This event will highlight Broken Arrow on a national and international scale. We simply can’t buy that kind of exposure. The broadcast gives us a chance to introduce the benefits of business location to an entirely new audience that may have never heard of our community”, stated the Vice President of Economic Development Darla Heller.

An event of this magnitude brings a kind of attention to this community that you simply can can’t pay for. Our Economic Development Corporation strives to create wealth, jobs and economic growth for the community and getting Broken Arrow on people’s radar is the first step to that. “We know this event will highlight to the world one of Broken Arrow’s greatest assets, our wonderful quality of life, as displayed in the Rose District.  We will show to the world that we are a fantastic place to live, work and play.  It will be interesting to watch the increased traffic on website and Google statistics during this event. The Chamber and EDC believes in the long-range impact this event will have on our community and we are proud to help support and sponsor this event.  We are thankful for the vision of the leadership of the City of Broken Arrow to bring this to our community” stated Jennifer Conway, President and CEO of the Broken Arrow Chamber and EDC.

Cost

$52.00

Location

View map Downtown Broken Arrow
The intersection of Commercial and Main streets
Broken Arrow, OK

Additional Information

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