Tickets for Saudi Arabia’s first ever UFC fight in Riyadh go on sale

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Tickets for the first ever Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fight in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh are now on sale, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Monday.

Australian Robert Whittaker and Russian Khamzat Chimaev will face off on June 22 at the Kingdom Arena.

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Prices start from $26 (100 SAR) and can go up to $800 (3,000 SAR) for floor seats and can be booked on through the webook platform.

Former middleweight champion Whittaker (26-7-0), a professional mixed martial artist since 2009, has left a significant mark on the sport, becoming the middleweight champion at UFC 213. He most recently defeated Brazil’s Paulo Costa at UFC 298.

Chimaev (13-0-0) is looking to maintain his undefeated record and continue his rise in the middleweight rankings as a rising star.

He has achieved six wins by knockout, five by submission, and eight wins in the first round.

As part of the UFC’s inaugural event in the Kingdom, fans will also witness an exhilarating showdown in the octagon as Russia’s Sergei Pavlovich (18-2) faces compatriot Alexander Volkov (37-10) in a clash of heavyweight titans.

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