Now may be the time to snag UFC 210 tickets in Buffalo this Saturday.
With the UFC making its way to Buffalo for the first time since UFC 7 in 1995, ticket prices for UFC 210 are beginning to increase. Daniel Cormier will face Anthony Johnson in the headlining bout for the second time in his career after defeating Johnson at UFC 187 in Las Vegas in May of 2015.
On TicketIQ, the average resale price for UFC 210 tickets is now $249. That marks a 4 percent increase from Thursday’s average of $240 and a 12 percent jump from Wednesday’s average of $223, which was the lowest price point the event has posted. Tickets currently start from $84 each, up from Wednesday’s $74 get-in price.
Cormier and Johnson will square off in a Light Heavyweight rematch. The 38-year-old Cormier received the then-vacant title by taking down Johnson via submission in the third round at UFC 187. The two fighters were initially scheduled to meet again at UFC 206 last December but pulled out after suffering a leg injury.
There will be no shortage of big names on the main card, with four other fights featuring Chris Weidman, Cynthia Calvillo, Thiago Alves, and Will Brooks. Weidman faces Gegard Mousasi in a middleweight title fight while Calvillo goes up against Peal Gonzalez in the Women’s Strawweight.
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