IT’S the dilemma facing all ticket-selling professionals: Do you keep on badgering friends and relatives to purchase another ticket just to buy your way onto a show against a journeyman you’ll be matched against to win (although that’s not guaranteed, despite some insisting it to be!) Or do you take the gamble and go in slightly ambitious and try to change the course of your career?
Everyone involved in the professional side of the sport seems to have an opinion on the ticket-selling structure of the game and those opinions are rarely positive from the ones taking the actual punches.
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