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Topic - Max Markson
Promoter Max Markson said he is continuing to sell tickets — at between $71 and $308 — and will give refunds if Mr. Tyson cannot appear.
"He'll only be in the country for 20 hours, I don't think he's a danger to anybody, and thousands of people want to see him," Mr. Markson said.