Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the hurt business this weekend with the upcoming UFC 215: “Nunes vs. Shevchenko 2” pay-per-view (PPV) fight card, which goes down inside Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on Sat., Sept. 9, 2017.
Before we break down the five-fight main card, take a look at what the dashing and handsome Patty Stumberg had to say about the UFC 215 preliminary card, by way of comprehensive breakdown, by clicking here and here.
While the UFC returned from its four-week hiatus last weekend with a better than anticipated event in Rotterdam, Netherlands, this weekend brings the company’s extended run without a pay-per-view event to a close as the Octagon arrives in Edmonton for the first time for UFC 215.
The 12-fight card at Rogers Place kicks off with five bouts featuring Canadian competitors, including British Columbians Kajan Johnson, Arjan Bhullar and Sarah Moras, as well as gritty lightweight Mitch Clarke and promising featherweight Gavin Tucker, before reaching a string of compelling and critical matchups to close out the show.
This is without question one of the strongest pay-per-view events of the year and just in case you’re not convinced, here are five reasons to tune in this weekend.