UFC on FX 5 Scrapped for Indianapolis, Moving to New Location for Oct. 5


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The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced on Tuesday that UFC on FX 5, originally slated for Sept. 7 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis has been postponed.

Due to a change in schedule, UFC on FX 5 will now be moved to Friday, Oct. 5. A new venue and location was not revealed, but UFC officials noted that a venue and location would be announced in the coming days.

Bankers Life Fieldhouse was unavailable to host the UFC event on Oct. 5, but UFC officials remain committed to bringing another event to Indianapolis in the near future.

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