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3573 Star Starred
SAP Center at San Jose
525 W. Santa Clara St. San Jose, CA 95113
408-287-9200
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Jessica King
I always park at the Winchester Light Rail Center in Campbell and take the $2.00 Light Rail to the Montgomery Train Station, and then easily walk across the street to SAP. So easy and an inexpensive way to travel.
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Aimee Chan
The weather was sunny outside.. I wore warm clothing.
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15 events
4 reviews
1 stars
attended May 07 2009

THE SEATS WERE EXCELLENT!
THE FIGHTS WERE PRETTY GOOD, A COUPLE OF THEM WERE A LOT OF DANCING AROUND, BUT THAT'S ALWAYS A POSSIBILITY WITH BOXING.

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3 events
2 reviews
4 stars
attended May 07 2009

I was a little apprehensive with not getting specified seats but our seats were absolutely perfect. The Women's match sucked, the heavy weight fight sucked as the tall pear shaped guy was street-fighter with dirty tricks, and lighter weight...continued

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12 events
4 reviews
77 stars
attended Sep 12 2009

The seats were great, don't be fooled you purchase tickets in SECTION 1-4. Each section has rows. We were in row 6 on the floor. We were also given passes to the VIP room. All we did was ask at information if there were any perks since we...continued

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http://www.fightnightatthetank.com/

Description

December 4, 2009: Julaton* vs. Biggers, Perez vs. Quintero*

Featured in the evening’s main event will be Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton (5-1-1, 1 KO’s) of Daly City, Calif. who will be taking on Donna “Nature Girl” Biggers (19-8-1, 16 KO’s) of Boiling Springs, South Carolina for the WBO Super Bantamweight World Title. The bout is scheduled for 10 Rounds.    In the evening’s semi-main event, American Metal & Iron Fight Night at the Tank veteran Eloy Perez (14-0-2, 3 KO’s) of Salinas will face San Jose’s own Arturo Quintero (15-4, 9 KO’s) for the NABO Jr. Lightweight Title. 

In addition, American Metal & Iron Fight Night at the Tank will feature three additional bouts featuring fighters from around the Bay Area.

Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton is the Fil-Am female fighting pride of the Philippines and is eager to be making her return to American Metal & Iron Fight Night at the Tank where just last month she captured the vacant IBA Female Super Bantamweight Championship when she defeated Kelsey Jeffries (41-10-1, 4 KO’s) of Gilroy by scoring a 10-round majority decision.  In Biggers, Julaton will be facing an older and much more experienced fighter as Biggers is almost seven years older than Julaton and has more than four times the number of professional fights under her belt. Like Julaton, Biggers fought Jeffries in 2007 where she lost a 10-round unanimous decision to Jeffries for the IFBA International Female Boxers Association Featherweight Title.  This will be the first time that Julaton and Biggers have fought.   Eloy “The Prince” Perez returns to HP Pavilion for the fifth time in his career. Perez last fought at the Tank on March 7, 2009 when he appeared on the undercard of a televised event that featured Gilroy native Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero. That night Perez scored a fourth-round TKO over opponent Gabe Garcia in the bout which was scheduled for six rounds. Opponent Arturo Quintero looks to make his comeback on December 4 against Perez. Quintero last fought on July 20, 2006 at HP Pavilion at San Jose against Ulises Pena (14-6, 4 KO’s) where he earned a six-round unanimous decision. This will be Quintero’s sixth appearance at American Metal & Iron Fight Night at the Tank. **

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About the Ticket Supplier: SAP Center at San Jose

SAP Center at San Jose hosts nearly 100 sporting events annually including more than 40 San Jose Sharks regular season home games. The building hosts approximately 150 events every year — including Olympic athletes, Grammy award-winners and a variety of family and children’s favorites that account for more than 170 event days.