LAS VEGAS – Saturday’s UFC 216 event drew an announced attendance of 10,638 and a live gate of $677,999.50.
UFC officials announced the tallies following the event, which MMAjunkie attended.
UFC 216 took place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, and the main card aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FX and UFC Fight Pass.
UFC 216 was the seventh UFC event at T-Mobile Arena, which opened in 2016 and hosted its first show with the milestone UFC 200 PPV event. Prior to UFC 216, the most recent event, UFC 213, drew an announced attendance of 12,834 for $2.4 million live gate.
UFC 216 ranked sixth in attendance among those seven shows.
The all-time UFC and T-Mobile attendance marks include:
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