The UFC’s first pay-per-view of 2018 will take place in Boston.
ESPN’s Brett Okamoto first reported that UFC 220 is scheduled for Jan. 20 in Beantown, and MMAjunkie subsequently confirmed the plans with an additional UFC official.
No bouts were revealed for the card, which takes place at TD Garden.
The UFC has visited Boston four times previously, beginning UFC 118 in August 2010. Most recently, the city played host to “UFC Fight Night 81: Dillashaw vs. Cruz” in January 2016.
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