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TITANSPORTS ISSUES STATEMENT

 TITANSPORTS ISSUES STATEMENT
 STAMFORD, Conn., Feb. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- TitanSports today issued


the following statement:
 The New York Post has published a story containing serious, yet unsubstantiated charges about the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). We want to categorically state that the WWF and its parent company, TitanSports, do not and will not tolerate illegal or improper behavior by any of our employees at any time. We will take responsible action regarding any legitimate claims filed through lawful channels.
 However, TitanSports, Inc. and the WWF feel no obligation to respond to charges that cannot be reasonably substantiated. Further, our attorneys have advised us to urge all news media and others to consider the credibility and the motives of any accuser before irresponsibly making public reckless charges, which are not grounded in fact, and which may have been with malicious intent.
 TitanSports is proud to have corporate policies that are at the leading edge of any existing in the entertainment and sports industries regarding drug use, employment practices and employee behavior.
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 /CONTACT: Steve Planamenta of TitanSports, 203-353-2891/ CO: TitanSports, Inc. ST: Connecticut IN: SU:


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