MMA Fans Feverishly Await UFC’s 2021 3-Card Fight Island Event in Abu Dhabi

Combat sports fans who have for months longed for major UFC MMA matches, are now eagerly awaiting the 3-card 2021 Fight Island Events in Abu Dhabi this January.

—– The dynamic Fight Island MMA matches will kick off on January 16, featuring a bout where Ranked 1 featherweight favorite Max Holloway will try to dampen No. 6 Calvin Kattar’s ambition of becoming the next title contender.

—– The 2nd card follows on January 20, with Neil Magny and Michael Chiesa in a welterweight main event that many anticipate will be an electrifying match. Mainly because both fighters are looking to continue their most recent consecutive three-win feats.

—– Finally on January 24, the Fight Island Triple Header will culminate with UFC 257, where Conor McGregor returns to the cage in a rematch with Dustin Poirier, who after defeating top ranking UFC fighters, has gained the right to claim the interim lightweight title. Expectations over the McGregor-Poirier match are high, since McGregor’s most recent victory was his fight against UFC veteran Cowboy Cerrone, which took only for 40 seconds for McGregor to achieve.


The sports betting frenzy is hitting sportsbooks now that bookmakers have already published the odds for the 3-Headliner UFC Fight Island Events. Indonesian gamblers need not worry about being left out of the combat sports betting scene, as they can place their bets at BwinBet365’s local judi online betting sites.

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MMA Fans Disappointed Over UFC’s Decision to Stage Major Events in Abu Dhabi

Not a few American MMA fans are disappointed over UFC’s decision to stage the three major Fight Night battles in Abu Dhabi. Even more disappointing is that only a limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the 3-card Fight Island Events.

Nonetheless, the Abu Dhabi Fight Island Event this January, marks the first time that live audience will be able to witness a UFC promotions card since March 2020. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the past months saw UFC 2020 cards taking place in Las Vegas behind closed doors and with no fans in attendance.

However, as the Department of Culture and Tourism in Abu Dhabi wants to maintain the region’s global reputation as safe world-class destination, the agreement to hold UFC’s major triple headliner Fight Nights in Fight Island, comes with a condition that only a limited number of audience will be allowed inside the sports arena, to ensure that safe distancing measures will be observed.