Round 5 at UFC Fan Expo with Exclusive Anderson Silva, Tito Ortiz, and Cain Velasquez Collectibles


Tito Ortiz, Cain Velasquez, Anderson SilvaRound 5 has consistently ?released special edition collectibles at past UFC Fan Expos, and this year is no different.

Round 5 CEO Damon Lau on Tuesday revealed the company’s UFC Fan Expo “Ultimate Collector” lineup, available exclusively at the UFC Fan Expo on July 5th & 6th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

The Limited Edition “Ultimate Collector” figures based on Anderson Silva, Tito Ortiz, and Cain Velasquez will be available for purchase for $35 each at the WalkoutWear booth (#7101) at the UFC Fan Expo.

“This is Round 5’s largest UFC Fan Expo release yet,” says Lau. “Our exclusives have sold out for three years straight, so when the collectors demanded more, we were happy to oblige with a stacked lineup of former and current champions.”

Check out the special UFC Fan Expo Round 5 offerings (click image to enlarge):

Anderson “The Spider” Silva (UFC 117)
Anderson Silva UFC 117

Featuring UFC championship belt and signature Silver Star walkout gi from his epic win over Chael Sonnen at UFC 117. Only 1000 individually numbered units ever produced.

Anderson “The Spider” Silva (Pride 25)R5_Silva_Pride_25

Featuring Pride packaging and gloves from his win over Carlos Newton at Pride 25. Only 500 individually numbered units ever produced.

Tito Ortiz (UFC 30)
R5_Ortiz_Mexico

Featuring old school style UFC belt, UFC 30 specific retro packaging and Mexican walkout flag. Only 500 individually numbered units ever produced.

Tito Ortiz (UFC 30)
Tito Ortiz UFC 30

Featuring old school style UFC belt, UFC 30 specific retro packaging and US walkout flag. Only 500 individually numbered units ever produced.

Cain Velasquez (UFC 155)
Cain Velasquez

Featuring UFC championship belt and signature Affliction walkout shirt from his rematch with Junior Dos Santos at UFC 155. Only 500 individually numbered units ever produced.

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