UFC 291 ticket info, fight card, location and more ahead of the huge UFC PPV event.
UFC 291 just might be the biggest card of 2023 ... so far.
The huge PPV event was announced on Tuesday (Dana White wasn't going to let PFL's Francis Ngannou news steal mall the limelight) and the fans went absolutely insane with all the new fights revealed and a pretty big BMF title reveal.
In case you have been living under a rock or just have a life outside of MMA, we've compiled all the stuff you need to know about the event in one easy place. It's still early in the process so we'll update this as more information is revealed.
Where will UFC 291 be?
The UFC returns to Salt Lake City, UT for a massive event. If you recall, the last time the UFC was in Salt Lake City it was for UFC 278 and that's when Kamaru Usman lost his title to Leon Edwards after a crazy fifth-round KO. This venue, Vivint Arena, certainly has a big-show feel.
When is UFC 291?
Mark your calendars for July 29 and don't miss a moment of the card.
UFC 291 fight card
- BMF TITLE FIGHT: Dustin Poirier vs. Justin Gaethje 2
- Jan Blachowicz vs. Alex Pereira
- Tony Ferguson vs. Bobby Green
- Michael Chiesa vs. Kevin Holland
- Paulo Costa vs. Ikram Aliskerov
- Stephen Thompson vs. Michel Pereira
- Derrick Lewis vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima
UFC 291 tickets
The tickets for UFC 291 go on sale on Friday, June 2 and will be available through ticketmaster.com. There might be some pre-sale options so watvch for those opportunities too.