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Tim Sylvia vs. Wes Sims will reportedly happen after all — in Canada

By Zach Arnold | February 27, 2010

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The theme of this story should be that rural markets never imagined for Mixed Martial Arts are now getting their time to shine.

How does Saint John, New Brunswick province sound to you?

According to local NB promoter Jack Livingston, the destination will be Harbour Station and the seating configuration will be 7,500. Tim Sylvia vs. Wes Sims, a fight that was rejected by the Ohio Athletic Commission for being non-competitive will end up happening in NB. The card will also feature other Monte Cox fighters. Feel the excitement, Mr. Jordan Breen.

Meanwhile, another smaller market that has been working on bringing MMA to their city for a long time (Milwaukee) is ready to make a big push to get MMA events going at the Bradley Center. The belief is that the arena could draw a giant 5-digit crowd for a show given its proximity to Chicago and other major cities.

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