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UFC's TUF 13 Finale Draws 2035 For A Gate of $440,150, Highest Since TUF 9

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The UFC's TUF 13 Finale drew 2,035 to the Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada, and a gate of $440,150, according to an email from Nevada Athletic Commissioner Keith Kizer.

Of that 2,035, 1,583 were paid while 452 were comps. The venue had 107 unsold seats.

It was the highest-attended TUF finale at the venue since the June 2009 TUF 9 Finale which drew 2217 ($498,650 gate) for a Clay Guida/Diego Sanchez main event.

UFC officials initially announced 1,857 attendees for a live gate of $429,000.

The event was co-headlined by the TUF 13 final as Tony Ferguson defeated Ramsey Nijem by 1st round KO while Clay Guida defeated Anthony Pettis by unanimous decision in the co-main event.

The UFC is set to return to the Palms this December for the TUF 14 finale and recently announced that future Strikeforce Challengers events will emanate from the venue starting with the July 22nd event.

Recent Palms UFC Events:

- TUF 13 Finale: 2,035
- TUF 12 Finale: 1,903
- TUF 11 Finale: 1,708
- TUF 10 Finale: 1,791
- TUF 9 Finale: 2,217

SBN coverage of The Ultimate Fighter 13 Finale: Pettis vs. Guida

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