UFC 207 was everything the world hoped for to end 2016. It had trash talk, drama, a fight change, and the most talked about comeback in the sport. This UFC 207 card kept us on our toes. We thoroughly enjoyed the entire UFC 207 experience; from weigh-in to the final knockout, we had the best seats in the house for everything.
2017 is going to be another epic year for the UFC. Fans are rejoicing at the fights already announced for early 2017 and speculating matchups to come. One thing we know for sure, the UFC has picked some of the hottest locations for their upcoming fights. We are looking at two of these locations today.
The UFC is the fastest growing sport in the industry right now. Each fight card is packed with stellar matchups and the fighters are gaining more and more popularity. 2016 was a big year for the UFC and we’re predicting an even bigger year in 2017. UFC 208 has already been announced for February. Every time the UFC announces a big fight, the first thing fans do is google “How do I get UFC fight tickets?” Fans research the fighters, the venue, and the city the fight will be hosted in. All searches lead back to tickets. We’re breaking down the ways you can get those coveted tickets.
UFC 205 is quickly approaching and we still have no idea who the headling fight is. That’s not stopping us from being excited, though! We can’t wait to see the UFC live in Madison Square Garden. While rumors are flying around, the UFC has stated they will announce the official line up on September 27th at 6pm. We do know that the following fights have been confirmed:
Are you hyped up for this weekend’s rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz? We are! UFC 202 is the fight of the year. The rematch between bitter rivals is going to make for an epic fight. After falling to Diaz by a rear naked choke, McGregor is on a war path. His press coverage has been nonstop and his verbal assaults are downright nasty. Diaz hasn’t been a saint either, returning insults as fast as they come. No one ever said UFC was classy and this fight is a true testament to the sport's rougher side.
There has been quite the buzz around UFC 202 and understandably so. Conor McGregor facing Nate Diaz for a rematch is the story screenplay writers, not to mention UFC Stakeholders, dream of. We know UFC flourishes in the hype. I’m guessing between the fighter smack-talk and pre-match promotional videos, they have made enough money to pay off all of the fight-card purses, match performance bonuses, production costs, and still have enough money left over to feed a third world country.
UFC VIP Experience is all about bringing you closer to the UFC® than you thought imaginable. As a VIP, you will have opportunities that regular ticket holders will not. After an evening of schmoozing with the best in the UFC over drinks, you’ll head to your seats ready for all the Octagon™ action.
There’s no doubt that UFC 200 was the most anticipated UFC event of the summer. The Daniel Cormier vs Jon Jones rematch was a fight everyone was looking forward to. With the addition of Brock Lesnar’s return and Miesha Tate defending her title, this night was one for the records. At least that’s what we thought until Jon Jones was removed from the card and the night was thrown into turmoil.
UFC Fight Week is just around the corner and anticipation is building as new fights are announced. This year’s Fight Week is one to pay attention to. Dos Anjos and Alvarez start things off Thursday in a unique midweek Fight Night competition.
UFC 199 appeared to have a great lineup but sadly, predictable. UFC fans who tuned into Saturday night’s fight, however, had expectations shattered. This turned out to be one of the best events all year. Filled with endurance, guts, and incredible skill, the outcomes ranged from “eh” to “holy hell!”