Tuesday, March 13, 2007

SUN - Art Of War - Wall Street News Report

WESTON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 13, 2007 -- Wall Street News Alert's "stocks to watch" this morning are: SUN Sports & Entertainment Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSPE), DIRECTV (NYSE: DTV), CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS) and Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA).

Last Thursday, Wall Street News Alert told you to keep your eyes on SUN Sports & Entertainment Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SSPE), as the company, which began trading March 7th, announced the lineup of its "Art of War" -- Undisputed World Championship MMA Fight at the American Airlines Center, in Dallas, Texas.

The company, a professional sports and entertainment marketing company that produces award-winning broadcast sporting events in boxing and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), also known as "Cage FIGHTING," issued a press release yesterday announcing that its' Friday night world premiere of the "Art of War" Undisputed Arena Fighting Championship, scored a "Knock Out" with its fans and sponsors.

The announced crowd of 6,722 came as good news to SUN Chairman/CEO C.J. Comu, who said he hopes to bring another show to the city at the end of the year. The Art of War will put on a show at the Austin Convention Center on May 11 and at the San Antonio Alamodome on June 30.

The response to the company's inaugural event is good news! SUN has officially entered the MMA Arena as a new player in (according to Newsweek Magazine) "the fastest growing sport in America."

Comu has stated, "The Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) industry is the fastest growing Sports Entertainment business in the world. We hope to be a large player in this small but rapidly growing space and deliver high quality entertainment to the networks and fans around the world."

Friday night's event, which was in association with International Fighters Association, was televised in high definition by Mark Cuban's Company, HDNet. Aligning itself with the IFA and owning its event content, SUN's management team has been collectively involved in the production of over 100 professional boxing events nationwide, on networks such as NBC, CBS, ABC, USA, HBO, LATINO, SHOWTIME, FOX, & ESPN.

Wall Street News Alert is continuing to place Aggressive Investors on alert to monitor the progress of SUN Sports & Entertainment! "MMA is becoming the fastest growing combat sport internationally" -- (Michael Russell, ezine.com) and has been eclipsing the NBA, NHL and MLB in cable ratings among the coveted 18-34-year-old market (NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE). The nationwide MMA market is estimated to be $1 billion with one primary player in the space, which is privately held and controlled by UFC.

Continue to watch this company. "Don't look now, but mixed martial arts has gone mainstream," says Julie Scelfo of Newsweek. Grapplearts Writer Donald Walter states, "Mixed martial arts is the fastest growing sport in the United States as mixed martial arts events and training centers spring up all over the country. And the money the sport is making continues to grow at a nearly exponential rate!"

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