Ufc 249 Tickets
If you love combat sports, especially mixed martial arts, then these UFC 249 tickets are certainly for you. They are selling here at very good prices and you should get them on priority because they will be gone very soon. It’s the biggest showdown ever in the history of the UFC’s Lightweight Division featuring the unbeaten world champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and the highly-rated challenger Tony Ferguson. The two hard-hitting competitors are set to face off in April, 2020 at the Barclays Center, home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets and the NHL’s New York Islanders. Book your seats early to enjoy this epic contest.
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UFC 249: Khabib vs. Ferguson
UFC President Dana White has pulled off quite a masterstroke with his scheduling of events for the early part of 2020. Given the multiple exciting PPVs taking place within the first few months of the year, it can be argued that few other sports will be able to match the thrill and exhilaration of the UFC during this time. To experience all this and more, get your UFC 249 tickets as soon as you can.
The matchup between reigning UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and former Interim UFC Lightweight Champion Tony Ferguson had been on the cards for quite a while. In fact, it had been scheduled and then cancelled due to one reason or another on four separate occasions in the past.
This time, however, it seems like the much-anticipated clash between two of the most dangerous mixed martial artists in the world will take place at last. And you can enjoy every bit of this mouthwatering UFC 249 main event by getting Khabib vs. Ferguson tickets.
Few other exponents of mixed martial arts (past or present) have dominated the UFC the way Russia’s Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedovhas done since the day he set foot in the company. In the process of destroying opponents left, right and center, the submission specialist has become one of the biggest draws in UFC history.
Hailing from Dagestan in Russia, Nurmagomedov started his professional MMA career in 2008. In his very first month as an MMA fighter, he picked up four wins. Soon afterwards, the Makhachkala resident won the inaugural Atrium Cup without losing a single bout. The sport’s newest boy wonder had arrived.
In 2011, he competed in ProFC, winning all 7 fights during the year by submission or TKO. With a 16-0 record, the UFC came calling and Nurmagomedov was on his way to prove his mettle at the highest level. That’s exactly what has happened in the big time till now.
Nurmagomedov started making waves from the moment he arrived in the UFC. One by one, he got the better of higher-ranked opponents in the lightweight division and eventually earned a title shot against Al Iaquinta. In a one-sided contest at UFC 223, Nurmagomedov downed the American to capture his first UFC title.
Since becoming champ, he has beaten the likes of former two-division UFC titleholder Conor McGregor and ex-Interim UFC Lightweight Champion Dustin Poirier. The battle with McGregor resulted in 2.4 million PPV buys. This remains a record for any MMA event. Other than his UFC exploits, Nurmagomedov is a two-time Combat Sambo World Champion. His 28-0 record is also the longest active winning streak in mixed martial arts.
Looking to put an end to Nurmagomedov’s stint at the top of the UFC Lightweight Division is former interim champ Tony “El Cucuy” Ferguson. Currently 10th in the pound-for-pound UFC rankings, the American is considered by many as one of the finest lightweight fighters to have ever graced a UFC Octagon.
Ferguson holds the record for most successive wins in the history of the UFC’s lightweight class. The Oxnard-born grappler started his MMA career in 2007. While competing in local organizations in and around California, he picked up a win over noted kickboxing champion Joe Schilling. He also went up against the WEC’s Karen Darabedyan.
In 2010, Ferguson joined The Ultimate Fighter and it didn’t take him long to win the promotion’s coveted lightweight belt. Since coming to the UFC, he has had many exciting encounters; none more so than the interim title bout against Kevin Lee in which Ferguson prevailed thanks to triangle submission choke.
He will be raring to go against Nurmagomedov at the Barclays Center. Considering how it has been a couple of years in the making, the main event on the UFC 249 fight card is sure to attract record-breaking numbers. The arena might not even have standing room come the day of the event. So, book your tickets early if you want good seats.
Ufc 249 Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Ufc 249 tickets is $2,224. The date and location for this event is 18-Apr-20 at Barclays Center, Brooklyn. The minimum get-in price for Ufc 249 tickets is $22.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|UFC 249: Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson||Brooklyn||18-Apr-20||$2,224||$22|
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