Less than one year after the UFC’s first show of the COVID-19 era, Dana White announced that the company will be returning with a full-attendance show for UFC 261.
Almost seven months after they were initially supposed to fight, UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman and former teammate Gilbert Burns will square off at UFC 258.
Dressing up as a “UFC matchmaker” a day after Halloween in 2020, we tried our best to fantasy-book the main events for the first half of the UFC’s pay-per-view schedule in 2021.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran, new to the fight game, or picking the perfect time to get into the sport, here’s a guide for anyone looking to buy UFC 251 on ESPN+.
There are obstacles that Usman, Masvidal and the UFC have to clear before the two welterweight stars step inside the Octagon for a big-time title fight.
For those interested in watching UFC 251, we have answers to some key questions before the event rolls around this summer.
How the UFC will keep moving despite Conor McGregor’s third retirement and the desires of two other stars
If UFC 250 and the days that followed were any indications, the UFC appears to be in good hands.
If it all goes poorly in the worst-case scenario, the state of the UFC and the company’s entire future could change drastically.
Sometimes, you need years of training. Sometimes, you need a perfect physique or masterful technique. Sometimes, just like the song says, you just “gotta have the funk.”
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UFC 239 should be remembered as one of the company’s best events in the last five or 10 years, and will hopefully set the tone for some great pay-per-views in the ESPN+ era.