How UFC Fans Can Enjoy International Fight Week in September for Free
UFC has announced that it will hold the ninth International Fight Week festival at UFC 266. The event will allow fans to interact with UFC fighters and do much more for two days without spending a penny. The festival was originally scheduled for 2020, but the COVID-19 outbreak forced the organization to put it off. Now that the virus situation has improved, Dana White and co are eager to host the fight week in Las Vegas.
The UFC have announced that UFC 266 week will be International Fight Week.
The 2020 UFC Hall of Fame Induction will be on Thursday, September 23 and Friday and Saturday will be a free, two-day UFC Fan Experience.
— Aaron Bronsteter (@aaronbronsteter) July 18, 2021
UFC 266 will go down at T-mobile Arena on September 25 with Featherweight Champion Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega highlighting the main event. Both featherweights were chosen to coach as this year’s TUF as well.
The co-main event will feature Women’s Flyweight Queen Valentina Shevchenko locking horns again Lauren Murphy.
Fans are also hyped to see Nick Diaz and Robbie Lawler return for a welterweight bout as both MMA veterans have not been in the UFC octagons for a while. They last faced each other at UFC 47 in April 2004.
Nick is returning from a six-year layoff whereas Lawler last fought and lost to Neil Magny in August 2020. Lawler is on a four-fight losing streak, having last won a fight against Donald “Cowboy Cerrone” in July 2017.