UFC Fight Night Dublin sells out in hours


The UFC is returning to Dublin for the first time in five years on July 19th, and went tickets went on sale this week, it didn't take long to sell out:

According to a UFC official, tickets to the July 19 event were officially snatched up Friday morning. An allotment of tickets went on sale to UFC Fight Club members on Wednesday and newsletter subscribers on Thursday. Once the rest of the tickets were made available to the general public on Friday, they officially sold out in a matter of minutes.

UFC Fight Night 46, headlined by Dublin's Conor McGregor vs. Diego Brandao, will take place at The O2 Arena, which holds approximately 8,000 fans for an MMA event.

"The UFC is delighted to have sold out its eagerly anticipated return to Dublin on July 19th," a UFC official said. "All tickets were sold within the first couple of hours. There are a limited amount of VIP packages available here."

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GeorgJonesSilva site profile image  

6/7/14 10:03 AM by GeorgJonesSilva

Yes it happens here with all major events..

ferox13 site profile image  

6/7/14 9:59 AM by ferox13

I think I might check this Cage Fighting out in person...

jmc12996 site profile image  

6/7/14 9:03 AM by jmc12996

Croke park. 80,000+ seat stadium

gokudamus site profile image  

6/7/14 8:50 AM by gokudamus

McGregor is the new bisbing

easedel site profile image  

6/7/14 8:16 AM by easedel

Do you have problems over there with 3rd parties buying up chunks of tickets then selling them for triple their face value online?

bileye site profile image  

6/7/14 8:00 AM by bileye

Come to think of it the millennium stadium in Cardiff would be perfect - close proximity, unbelievable stadium and has a roof!

bileye site profile image  

6/7/14 7:55 AM by bileye

Fair point and I really hope it happens. I just see the ufc as being a little more cautious. The only outdoor event was Abu Dhabi right? Maybe it'll take some serious fan complaints bit I'm not holding my breath.

Johnzandt site profile image  

6/7/14 7:48 AM by Johnzandt

I don't think you can say they would never put on an outdoor event in Europe, and weather would be the reason. Both boxing and WWE have done multiple event sin outdoor stadia. Look at the recent Froch/Grove fight at wembley.

bileye site profile image  

6/7/14 7:37 AM by bileye

I got 3 tickets and realise how lucky I am given the demand. In Ireland we will perpetually have this issue due to indoor arena size limitations.We have some fantastic Stadiums - Thomand, Croker , Aviva but the UFC will never ever ever put an outdoor event on in Ireland or probably Europe for that matter. Anyone who thinks they they would is delusional. The risk with weather is far too great.So unfortunately an event in Dublin is always going to carry this crazy demand. The tickets were gone in 30 seconds - both on the presale day and the general sale yesterday. Crazy stuff.

suspiciouslyofficial site profile image  

6/7/14 7:21 AM by suspiciouslyofficial

Irish people love fighting.