After an incredibly wild and difficult nine months, 2020 is finally over for the UFC. The MMA leader put together one of the toughest schedules this year in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which saw them basically on the run as they struggled to put together shows.
From Taichi Palace to Jacksonville, Florida, the UFC had to find a way to get warriors in the cage. When all was said and done, it achieved the goal and gave fans an incredible action. Despite the fact that no champions are exceptional in the cage, almost every championship match is delivered right up until the last one at UFC 256, where Deiveson Figueiredo and Brandon Moreno fought for the preponderance of the match. Figueiredo walked away with the title after a draw with the majority, defining a stunning 3-0-1 campaign in 2020.
As we now turn the calendar to 2021, this year’s first PPV promises to be a banger when Conor McGregor returns to take Dustin Poirier at lightweight. The winner will undoubtedly be in the conversation about a title shot at some point later in the year.
Be sure to check back in on this page when we have more information on upcoming UFC events throughout the year.
Upcoming UFC schedule
|UFC Fight Night||January 16th||Max Holloway vs. Calvin Cats||Featherweight||TBD||ESPN +|
|UFC Fight Night||January 20th||TBD||TBD||TBD||ESPN +|
|UFC 257||January 23||Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier||Lightweight||TBD||ESPN + PPV|