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UFC announces rest of its 2018 schedule for September-December

Get your calendars and start marking important dates for UFC events to end 2018.

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During Saturday night’s UFC 226 broadcast, a full slate of events for the final four months of 2018 were revealed, and after a relatively light September and October, things heat up for November and December, as we turn the page into the ESPN era of UFC in 2019.

Without further ado, here are the fight cards:

September 8th - UFC 228 in Dallas, Texas (PPV)
September 15th - UFC Fight Night 136 in Moscow, Russia (UFC Fight Pass)
September 22nd - UFC Fight Night 137 in Sao Paulo, Brazil (FS1)

October 6th - UFC 229 in Las Vegas, Nevada (PPV)
October 27th - UFC Fight Night 138 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada (FS1)

November 3rd - UFC 230 in Manhattan, New York (PPV)
November 10th - UFC Fight Night 139 in Denver, Colorado (FS1)
November 17th - UFC Fight Night 140 in TBD, South America (FS1)
November 24th - UFC Fight Night 141 in TBD, China (UFC Fight Pass)
November 30th - The Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale in Las Vegas, Nevada (FS1)

December 1st - UFC Fight Night 142 in Adelaide, Australia (TBA)
December 8th - UFC 231 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (PPV)
December 15th - UFC on FOX 31 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (FOX)
December 29th - UFC 232 in Las Vegas, Nevada (PPV)

Barring any cancellations, the UFC will have run 39 events in 2018, just as they did in 2017. Starting next year, however, fans can expect that number to increase from anywhere between 42-47, as not only will the UFC’s PPV schedule remain unchanged, but Fight Pass is expected to still air a few fight cards in addition to what’s already set for ESPN and ESPN+.