After spending greater than a yr behind closed doorways, because of the outbreak of coronavirus, Final Preventing Championship (UFC) will as soon as once more pack the T-Cellular Enviornment in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the “Poirier vs. McGregor 3” pay-per-view (PPV) occasion on Sat., July 10, 2021.
And it appears to be like like UFC is attempting to recoup its misplaced gates abruptly.
Ticket costs for the UFC 264 combat card go on sale in the present day (April 15) and vary from $300-$10,000, in line with Aaron Bronsteter, and also you’ll want a subscription to UFC Struggle Membership to purchase them. Extra pre-sale tickets go on sale tomorrow (April 16) at 5 p.m. ET however require a particular code out there by subscribing to the UFC e-newsletter right here.
Assuming there are any seats nonetheless out there by the point the 2 pre-sales are over, most people may have entry to no matter’s leftover at AXS.com. Except you’ve cash to burn or have been saving up for this sort of factor, put together to be disenchanted once you see what $300 will get you. I don’t wish to name these seats excessive altitude, however Cain Velasquez could be 0-17 if that’s the place his profession was spent.
UFC 264 will function the third (and hopefully ultimate) combat between Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor. “The Diamond” stopped “Infamous” earlier this yr at UFC 257, avenging a earlier loss to the Irishman at UFC 178 a number of years again. Elsewhere on the cardboard, Gilbert Burns collides with fellow welterweight contender Stephen Thompson in 170-pound motion.