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Ticket Information for the UFC’s return to Brooklyn for UFC on ESPN+ 1

Can T.J. Dillashaw make history by becoming a two-weight champion?

Unlike UFC 230, the UFC’s return to New York in January has a true main event, just in time for tickets to be released to the general public. With controversy surrounding this card, it will be interesting to see how sales do. UFC on ESPN+1 takes place on January 19th inside the Barclays Center. This also looks to be a complete Brooklyn card for the first time since UFC 208 took place there.

When can you get your tickets?

UFC in Brooklyn tickets for the general public go on sale today (Dec. 14) at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets are priced at $200, $150, $120, $100 and $90, which is generous with a scheduled title bout taking place. It also appears that the upper deck was tarped off for pre-sale buyers. It is unsure if the same will apply for general admission buyers.

Tickets are available at the Barclays Center box office and at There is a limit of eight tickets per person.

The current UFC on ESPN+ 1 fight card

Henry Cejudo (c) v. T.J. Dillashaw – Flyweight Title 

Paige VanZant v. Rachael Ostovich – Flyweight bout

Randy Brown v. Chance Rencountre – Welterweight bout

Alonzo Menifield v. Vinicius Castro – Light Heavyweight bout

Belal Muhammad v. Geoff Neal – Welterweight bout

Allen Crowder v. Greg Hardy – Heavyweight bout

Donald Cerrone v. Alexander Hernandez – Lightweight bout

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