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David Tua Weigh-In And Free Public Autographs

David Tua Vs Talmadge Griffis

Weigh-In And Free Public Autograph Signing At Skycity Today

Meet David Tua and his opponent, Talmadge Griffis, at SKYCITY today for a free public autograph signing session (7pm – 8pm SKYCITY Atrium Wednesday 30 March 2005).

Both fighters are weighing in this morning at SKYCITY Theatre (10am) and will be staying at SKYCITY Hotel tonight before the big boxing match tomorrow.

Wednesday 30th March 2005

10 am Weigh in to begin in SKYCITY Theatre. 12noon Light refreshments served SKYCITY Theatre foyer.

6pm SKYCITY Atrium area set up for autograph signing session Tressle table & chairs David Tua to provide posters

7pm Signing session to begin Compere to welcome everyone and two fighters

8pm End of event


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