UFC fight schedule 2018: Ferguson-Khabib, Miocic-Cormier headline PPV events
UFC looks to keep its PPV schedule rolling at the first one of the year
UFC is off to another busy year after kicking off 2018 with a huge PPV in UFC 220 withsetting the title defense record for the division with a unanimous decision win over Francis Ngannou. Now, with three more PPVs on the docket, things can only continue to go up.
In March, we were scheduled to see featherweight champion Max Holloway taking on former champion Frankie Edgar for the title, butforced UFC to make a last-minute change by adding women's feather champion Cris Cyborg against Yana Kunitskaya as the main event. Edgar will take on Brian Ortega in the co-main.
Then in July, we will see the first heavyweight superfight when heavyweight champ Miocic will take on light heavyweight king Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight title.
Here's the full schedule with more fights to be determined.
UFC 2018 schedule
UFC Fight Night Orlando
|Josh Emmett vs. Jeremy Stephens|
|Cris Cyborg (c) vs. Yana Kunitskaya|
Las Vegas, Nevada
UFC Fight Night London
|Fabricio Werdum vs. Alexander Volkov|
|Tony Ferguson vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov||Brooklyn, New York||April 7|
|UFC Fight Night Glendale||Justin Gaethje vs. Dustin Poirier||Glendale, Arizona||April 14|
|UFC Fight Night Atlantic City||TBD||Atlantic City, New Jersey||April 21|
|UFC 224||TBD||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||May 12|
|UFC Fight Night Utica||TBD||Utica, New York||June 1|
|UFC 225||TBD||Chicago, Illinois||June 9|
|Stipe Miocic (c) vs. Daniel Cormier||Las Vegas, Nevada||July 7|
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