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|Tuesday, September 01, 2009|
UFC president Dana White expressed disappointment at the turnout of last weekend's UFC event - headlined by Gresham fighter Randy Couture - but the pay-per-view still brought in 16,088 fight fans and $1.92 million in ticket sales - among the highest-earning events at the Rose Garden.
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