Final Gate and Attendance Numbers for UFC 146


Junior dos Santos and Frank Mir
The final numbers for gate and attendance for UFC 146 are back from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

According to a correspondence from Keith Kizer, Executive Director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, UFC 146 sold 11,428 tickets for a total gate of $3,428,775.

There were a total of 276 tickets left unsold to the May 26 event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

3,246 tickets were comped by the promotion for the event in Las Vegas.

UFC 146 featured the heavyweight title fight between UFC champion Junior Dos Santos and Frank Mir, while the remainder of the main card was an all-heavyweight affair with 8 more big men filling out the 5 fight pay-per-view main card.

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