JARAGUA DO SUL, Brazil – The UFC next returns to Brazil next month for UFC on FUEL TV 10. But in August, a return to Rio de Janerio has been confirmed.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Saturday's UFC 163 pay-per-view event drew an announced attendance of 13,873 fans. No estimated live gate was announced.
The UFC returns to pay-per-view for the eighth time this year on Saturday night as "UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie" goes down in Rio de Janeiro. Take a look inside the numbers for...
With a massive UFC 162 event in the books, the UFC next returns to pay-per-view on Aug. 3 with UFC 163. Check out a video preview of the Brazilian event.
A key 205-pound showdown between Lyoto Machida and Phil Davis is expected to go down at UFC 163.
Texas, Chicago and Las Vegas' loss will apparently be Rio de Janeiro's gain. According to Brazilian website Tatame.com, Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena will play host to August's UFC 163.
Anthony Pettis has suffered a knee injury that will not allow him to challenge Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title.
Anthony Pettis is injured and out of the UFC 163 headlining title fight with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Chan Sung Jung has already agreed to take his place.
A knee injury has forced Anthony Pettis out of August's UFC 163 main event, and "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung has stepped in as an injury replacement and will now fight UFC featherweigh...
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday announced that UFC 163 will take place on Aug. 3 in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.