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Monday, 12/19/2011, 03:00 pm

UFC NEWS – UFC on FX 2 Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow

Attention Australian MMA fans and everyone willing to make the trip, UFC on FX 2 tickets go on sale tomorrow for the UFC’s return trip to the land down under.

UFC on FX 2 is set to feature a main event welterweight bout between Martin Kampmann and Thiago Alves. The Allphones Arena in Sydney, Australia will play host to the fight card on March 3 of 2012 and will also feature the opening round of the UFC’s flyweight title eliminator tournament.

Tickets go on sale to the general public in Australia on Dec. 21 at 10 a.m. AEDT. However, with the drastic time difference between Australia and North America, the release date for North American fans is Dec. 20 at 5 p.m. ET.

Check your local ticket retailer for prices.

The current UFC on FX 2 card includes:
Thiago Alves vs. Martin Kampmann
Demetrious Johnson vs. Ian McCall (flyweight-tourney semifinal)
Joseph Benavidez vs. Yasuhiro Urushitani (flyweight-tourney semifinal)

Click here for the latest UFC on FX 2 coverage provided by BJPENN.COM


4 Responses to “UFC NEWS – UFC on FX 2 Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow”

  1. slacker says:

    Alves vs. Kampmann should be a good fight. Both these guys need the win to get back into the contender picture.

  2. sOppie says:

    Don’t get me wrong I’m a big fan of Alves his in my top 5 list of fav fighters but we need more than that imo. Last year they gave us BJ and it was awesome but this yr is a little disappointing considering OZ sold out in 42 mins.

  3. This should be an awesome fight and now with Georges out for most of 2012, depending on the performance of the winner, put someone within a win of getting a title shot. Either way, these two guys are going to put on a striking display in Australia for sure.

  4. JB Spencer says:

    Kampman needs to step his game up and start finishing fights (though unlikely to happen against alves) cuz hes not gona make his way to a title shot by wining decisions. He has to have figured out that its more than just bad judges, he won his last by split decision in a fight where he clearly won.

    His strikeing is so fast and technically perfect, it doesnt really look like hes actually hitin the guy sometimes till you see his face (diego). Especially when you take into consideration, the judges vantage points.

    Plus, if he loses another decision in a fight he clearly won, homeboy might snap.

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