With the mega-card UFC 100 already sold out, the Ultimate Fighting Championship organization will hold a closed circuit screening of this historic pay-per-view event at Mandalay Bay Beach Saturday, July 11. Don’t miss your chance to watch all the action on a LED Video Wall under the stars at the UFC 100 viewing party. The live telecast will begin at 7 p.m. PST.
Tickets for the closed circuit telecast are priced at $50, not including handling fees, and are now on sale. Tickets are available through any Mandalay Bay box office and all Las Vegas Ticketmaster locations (select Smith’s Food and Drug Centers and Ritmo Latino). To charge by phone with a major credit card, call the Mandalay Bay box office at (702) 632-7580 or Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. Tickets also are available for purchase at www.UFC.com, www.mandalaybay.com or www.ticketmaster.com.
“I started hearing about UFC 100 around UFC 90. I am blown away by how excited fans are for this event,” said UFC President Dana White. “So I made sure to stack this card with the greatest fights and greatest fighters in the world, and keep ticket prices consistent with our other big events. Once again, our fans responded with a record sell-out. This is another great milestone for the UFC and July 11 is going to be an amazing event.”
In the UFC 100 main event, the undisputed UFC Heavyweight Championship will be decided when reigning titleholder Brock Lesnar faces interim champion Frank Mir in one of the most highly anticipated rematches in heavyweight history. The co-featured bout of the evening will feature UFC Welterweight Champion Georges “Rush” St-Pierre, who will put his title on the line against feared striker Thiago “Pitbull” Alves, a man many believe has the style and size to dethrone the seemingly unbeatable champion. Rounding out the trio of superfights is a pivotal middleweight matchup pitting the coaches of the ninth season of The Ultimate Fighter, Dan Henderson and Michael “The Count” Bisping, against each other in a bout that will push the winner even closer to a 185-pound title shot.