UFC is making its return to England in March of this year as the biggest mixed martial arts company in the world takes over London.
The O2 Arena will play host to the event on March 21, but tickets for the show are going on general sale on Friday at 10am GMT.
Birmingham's own Leon Edwards will be fighting former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in a huge main event, with the winner likely to earn a title shot against current 170lbs king Kamaru Usman.
Here's everything you need to know about the show, how to get tickets, how much they cost and the card itself.
How can I get tickets?
Tickets for UFC London go on general sale on Friday, January 30 at 10am GMT. These can be found on AXS and Ticketmaster.
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However, if you are part of the UFC Fight Club, you can purchase your tickets NOW, as they went on sale this morning at 9am. If you registered your interest early enough, you can gain priority access on Thursday, January 30 at 10am GMT.
Last year's UFC London event sold out, so if you are wanting tickets, you will have to act fast.
How much are the tickets?
Ticket prices for the event start at £50, and will vary depending on the area of the arena you sit in.
Confirmed fight card
Tyron Woodley vs Leon Edwards
Jai Herbert vs Marc Diakiese
Darren Stewart vs Marvin Vettori
Paul Craig vs Ryan Spann
Gabriel Benítez vs Lerone Murphy
Tom Aspinall vs Raphael Pessoa Nunes
John Phillips vs Dusko Todorovic
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