"I truly believed we would do a 1.3 million," White said (thanks to MMAHeat.com for the video coverage). "It's the first time I was disappointed with an awesome number. Everything was trending to do (1.3 million)."
As for the change in date for the planned Indianapolis card, White cited an inability to get the venue locked down as a reason for changing the location. The card will now take place in October instead of September, though no place has been named yet.
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