In case you hadn't heard, the UFC has a ton of events coming up with December 30th's UFC 141 kicking off a stretch where MMA fans will have a Zuffa event for six straight weeks. Here's an update of what tickets are looking like for a lot of them, including some notable price ranges.
UFC 141 | Las Vegas: Even with Brock Lesnar vs. Alistair Overeem in the main event, there are still plenty of lower level and upper level tickets available with prices ranging from $85 - $840. Floor seats are sold out at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
UFC on FX 1 | Nashville: With a month left to go, you can still get floor seats for the UFC's first FX show on January 20th. Tickets are as inexpensive as I've seen them for a recent UFC event with ranges from $25 - $175 at the Bridgestone Arena.
UFC on Fox 2 | Chicago: The UFC's January 28th return to Chicago for the second event on Fox is selling extremely well with only the 300 level available in the United Center. Tickets range from $40 - $250.
UFC on FX 2 | Australia: Wednesday marks the public on-sale for UFC on FX 2, headlined by Martin Kampmann vs. Thiago Alves and the semifinals of the flyweight tournament with Ian McCall vs. Demetrious Johnson and Joseph Benavidez vs. Yasuhiro Urushitani. Fans can get presale access Tuesday using the password 'UFCAussie' with tickets ranging from $75 - $422 USD for Sydney's Allphones Arena.
UFC 143 | Las Vegas: Tickets went on sale last week for Carlos Condit vs. Nick Diaz for the interim UFC 170-pound title at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Like UFC 141, floor seats are sold out but lower bowl seats are available with a range of $75 - $750.
UFC Japan: The UFC's return to Japan in late-February has gone on sale with ranges from $75 - $1283 USD.
While Ticketmaster is an option for buying tickets, we encourage checking out Bloody Elbow's official ticket partner TiqIQ before plunking down your credit card anywhere else. Here's what they have available now.