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De La Hoya fight at Casino Del Sol brings big economic impact to Tucson

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Once again the Casino Del Sol is bringing a nationally-televised fight card to Tucson.  Tonigth, Oscar De La Hoya's cousin, undefeated boxer Diego De La Hoya, will duke it out with Erik Ruiz in the main event in a matchup that'll be broadcast live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

The live fight broadcast to tens of millions of household, along with the "Oscar De La Hoya" effect, has an economic impact to Tucson of Tens of Thousands Of Dollars.  News 4 Tucson Sports Director goes one-on-one with Casino Del Sol CEO Steve Neely, and talks about the "positive promotion" of Tucson on ESPN.  

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