Burt Flickinger Center
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The Burt Flickinger Center is a venue located in downtown Buffalo, New York. It was originally constructed for the 1993 World University Games and is now used full-time by Erie Community College. Containing a gymnasium that seats 3,200 and an Olympic-sized regulation swimming pool, events hosted in the past include the World University Games, ECW shows, and professional boxing cards.
Many local and regional sports competitions are also held at the venue today. Formerly it was home to the Buffalo Rapids of the ABA's reincarnation. As of 2015 it is the home venue for the Buffalo 716ers of the PBL.
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