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Tickets For Conor McGregor's Return Fight At UFC 246 Sell Out In Three Minutes

Tickets For Conor McGregor's Return Fight At UFC 246 Sell Out In Three Minutes

Tickets for Conor McGregor's UFC return fight next month sold out straight away.

The Notorious fighter makes his long-awaited comeback inside the Octagon against Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone, the man with the most victories in UFC history, in a welterweight bout on January 18th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Anthony Pettis and Holly Holm are both on the card but there's no denying that the pull of McGregor, still easily UFC's biggest star, is what's really caused tickets for UFC 246 to be snapped up in three minutes.

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Tickets started at $350, with $1500 the price for the best seats in the house.

According to UFC president Dana White, the gate is already at $10 million and the upcoming event looks set to rival UFC's previous biggest events in the fighting capital in terms of figures.

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McGregor hasn't fought since he has badly beaten by Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 and is targeting a rematch with the UFC lightweight champion, as well as a bout with BMF champion Jorge Masvidal, should he emerge victorious on January 18.

Topics: Donald Cerrone, Conor Mcgregor, UFC News, UFC 246, UFC, MMA

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