UFC - Ultimate Fighting Championship Tickets

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The UFC's popularity has skyrocketed over the past few years with each Pay-Per-View event garnering more and more attention. There are plenty of great upcoming events on the UFC schedule, so make sure to secure your seats now!

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Saturday
Aug 16, 2014
6:30PM
UFC Fight NightBangor, ME
Cross Insurance Center
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Aug 23, 2014
6:30PM
UFC Fight NightTulsa, OK
BOK Center
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Saturday
Aug 30, 2014
7:00PM
UFC 177: TJ Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao (Start Time: 4PM)Sacramento, CA
Sleep Train Arena (formerly Power Balance Pavilion)
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Friday
Sep 05, 2014
6:30PM
UFC Fight NightMashantucket, CT
The Grand Theater At Foxwoods (formerly MGM Grand Theater At Foxwoods)
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Saturday
Sep 27, 2014
7:00PM
UFC 178: Jon Jones vs. Daniel CormierLas Vegas, NV
MGM Grand Garden Arena
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Saturday
Oct 04, 2014
[Time TBA]
UFC On FOXHalifax, Canada
Halifax Metro Centre
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Saturday
Nov 15, 2014
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UFC 180: Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio WerdumAzcapotzalco, Mexico
Arena Ciudad de México
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Saturday
Dec 06, 2014
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UFC 181: Chris Weidman vs. Vitor BelfortLas Vegas, NV
Mandalay Bay - Events Center
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Dec 13, 2014
[Time TBA]
UFC Fight NightPhoenix, AZ
US Airways Center
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About the UFC

The UFC, or Ultimate Fighting Championship, was developed by advertising executive Art Davie in conjunction with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu master Rorion Gracie. Davie proposed a tournament where fighters from different disciplines would match up in a no-holds-barred-style event. The early UFC also tossed out weight classes, so that two fighters of vastly different sizes and weights might end up fighting together. Since then, stricter rules have been implemented, including the addition of weight classes. The first UFC event attracted over 86,000 viewers, which is in addition to the thousands who bought UFC tickets for the event.

Scutiny from lawmakers about the violent nature of UFC events hurt the popularity of UFC. To that extent, a concerted effort to get the word out about the UFC was employed. Two television series, a reality competition show called The Ultimate Fighter, and a program showcasing past tournaments, UFC Unleashed, were created. With these programs out in the market, pay-per-view viewership of tournaments started to grow rapidly. Television purchases eventually grew to over one million for UFC 66, and UFC ticket purchases also rose. The UFC can now be viewed in countries all over the world, has re-emerged into most pay-per-view markets, and is enjoying renewed prosperity.

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