The UFC will be heading to Paris later this year for a UFC Fight Night, and this will be the very first time that the biggest MMA promotion in the world has held an event in France’s capital.
A number of fights have been confirmed for the fight card itself, including a highly-anticipated Middleweight division main event.
Here’s everything that you need to know about the UFC Fight Night Paris event, including the date, venue, main event and more.
UPDATE 30th August 2022
Tai Tuivasa is targeting a fight with Jon Jones if he beats Ciryl Gane.
Find out the date of this huge fight night below:
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UPDATE 29th August 2022
Robert Whittaker is refusing to rule out a move to light heavyweight in the future!
Check out the current odds for Gane vs Tuivasa below:
Check out the current odds for Whittaker vs Vettori below:
UPDATE 25th August 2022
Check out the latest betting odds for the event below!
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Hoping to get tickets? Check out how you can below:
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UPDATE 23rd August 2022
Check out the full fight card for the event below!
Wondering what time Whittaker fights? Find out below:
Wondering what time Gane fights? Find out below:
UPDATE 28th July 2022
Find out what time the event starts in the UK below:
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Want to watch all of the action? Check out how to watch every fight via live stream below:
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UFC Paris is set to take place on Saturday, September 3rd 2022 as confirmed by the official UFC website.
UFC Paris is scheduled to be taking place from the Accor Arena in Paris, France as confirmed by the official UFC website.
The main event for UFC Fight Night Paris is currently expected to see Ciryl Gane facing Tai Tuivasa, with the company reportedly telling ESPN’s Brett Okamoto that this was the plan as far back as May 2022.
Originally, Whittaker vs Vettori was meant to be taking place at UFC 275, but had to be cancelled due to an injury sustained by Whittaker.
He said: “I definitely think a trilogy is possible primarily because of the Holloway-Volkanovski trilogy fight going ahead. Especially considering how close my fight was with Izzy last time, I definitely think that is a very real possibility.”
“A third fight between me and Izzy is inevitable because I’m going to stomp anyone that comes in front of me again.
“He [Adesanya] knows that too that’s why he said he’ll be seeing me in the future. I don’t see him losing the belt any time soon. He is good. He is good. I think I’m the person to beat him. And my mission stays the same, beat the next guy in front of me.”
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