See why MMA is one of the fastest-growing combat sports in the world with your Xtreme Fight Night tickets from TicketSmarter. Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) or “cage fighting” has captivated audiences since it’s introduction into the world of combat sports. It integrates different fighting styles like wrestling, striking and grappling. Stars like Jon Jones, Ryan Bader and Cris Cyborg have risen out of the sport.
Since it’s mainstream popularity, MMA has seen the introduction of organizations like the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Bellator MMA and Invicta FC. The UFC was the first to put the sport on the map with the help of legendary fighters like Ken Shamrock and Royce Gracie at UFC 1 in 1993. Since then, we’ve seen other rising organizations like M-1 Global, ONE Championship and Caged Steel. Bellator 1 was held in 2009, which featured Jorge Masvidal vs. Nick Agallar and Eddie Alvarez vs. Greg Loughran.
Many MMA fighters have switched back and forth between different organizations. MMA has organized legendary fights like Patricky Pitbull vs. Eddie Alvarez, Ronda Rousey vs. Meisha Tate and Cain Velasquez vs. Brock Lesnar. Watch the MMA action live with your Xtreme Fight Night tickets.
Xtreme Fight Night ticket prices vary based on the venue, fight card and seats you select. Seats closer to the cage may cost significantly more than those at the back of the venue. Prices are subject to increase on the day of the event. Check the different ticketing options available and get your MMA tickets.
MMA ticket prices start around $40 and can go up to the $1500 range depending on the popularity of the card and seats you select. When Sergei Kharitonov faced off against Matt Mitrione at Bellator 225, the average ticket price was around $190. When Conor McGregor faced off against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC, 229, the price range was around $205-$2500. When Cris Cyborg fought Faith Van Duin at Invicta FC 13, tickets ranged from $50-$100. Compare prices and pick your seats to the next MMA event.
Xtreme Fight Night fight schedules can vary from fight to fight depending on popularity. Televised or PPV fights generally take place on the weekend, mainly Saturdays. Since rising to mainstream popularity, MMA fight cards have been held at some of the most prominent venues in the world including the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and the O2 Arena in London. Bellator 238 featured Cris Cyborg against Julia Budd at The Forum in Inglewood, CA. Brandon Vera became the ONE Championship heavyweight champion during ONE Championship: Spirit of Champions at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Philippines. Use our event calendar to find Xtreme Fight Night fight dates.
Xtreme Fight Night tickets go on sale as soon as a fight card and venue is announced. MMA is the fastest rising combat sport in the world and tickets may sell fast depending on the popularity of the card. Don’t wait until the last minute to get your Xtreme Fight Night MMA tickets.
Since it’s rise to mainstream popularity, MMA cards have been held at prominent fight venues like the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York. Many fight cards have been held at the T-Mobile Arena including Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic and Conor McGregor vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov. Cards like Chael Sonnen vs. Wanderlei Silva from Bellator 180 and Professional Fighters League (PFL) Championships have been held at Madison Square Garden. Use our interactive seating chart to compare prices at different sections of the venue.
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