SINGAPORE - Tickets to UFC 275 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on June 12 - which will be the first-ever Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) pay-per-view event in South-east Asia - will go on sale from 10am on Wednesday (April 6).
Tickets, starting from $58 and available at Ticketmaster.sg, are limited to eight per person, the United States-based mixed martial arts (MMA) organisation announced in a media statement on Tuesday.
VIP packages, ranging from $788 to $2,888 and which feature priority seating at the event, ceremonial weigh-ins and fight week activities and other perks, are also available.
A special Internet ticket pre-sale is already available to UFC newsletter subscribers. To access this pre-sale, users must register for the newsletter here.
UFC 275 will feature two title bouts: World light heavyweight champion Glover Teixeira takes on second-ranked Jiri Prochazka, while women's world flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko will make the seventh defence of her title against Taila Santos, who earned her first title shot on the back of a four-fight win streak.
Other bouts include former UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker facing former title challenger Marvin Vettori, a middleweight division clash between Brendan Allen and Jacob Malkoun, and a bantamweight bout between South Korean veteran Kang Kyung-ho and Saimon Oliveira.
The Republic previously hosted four UFC Fight Nights, which are smaller events that typically feature up-and-coming fighters, from 2014 to 2019, before the pandemic scuppered plans for shows in the following two years.
Singapore will be just the third city outside the United States to host a UFC event since the pandemic forced the promotion to cancel scheduled events from late March to early May 2020. The other two are Abu Dhabi and London.