Find information on how to purchase tickets, the cost, and availability for the UFC Boston event here.

Later on in 2017, a mixed martial arts event known as UFC Boston or UFC 292 is scheduled to take place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on August 19.

The only fights that have been confirmed for the evening thus far are the main event and the co-main, but the card is already being talked about as having the potential to be one of the best of the year.

A rapid turnaround after Aljamain Sterling’s fight with Henry Cejudo will result in him defending the bantamweight title against Sean O’Malley during the main event of the pay-per-view (PPV). This will be one of two big title fights that will take place.

In the co-main event, the current strawweight champion Zhang Weili will attempt to defend her title for the first time against a challenger from Brazil named Amanda Lemos. She will be looking to win the fight and extend her reign as champion.

Fans who are interested in purchasing tickets for the event can directly register their interest in doing so on the event page for UFC 292, which can be found here. In addition, VIP experience packages can be bought, but consumers have to sign up for them in the order they place their order, and these packages often sell out.

Those who are interested in purchasing tickets through third-party websites like TicketMaster or TicketSmart will find that the prospect for a pay-per-view broadcast is already reflected in the price of the tickets, which have already been booked for a minimum of $523.

Fans are reminded to periodically check the UFC website and ticketing sites as the event draws closer to ensure that tickets are still available. The UFC Boston event is still over 12 weeks away, so this reminder is very important.

Sean O’Malley’s coach weighs in on ‘Sugar’s chances against Aljamain Sterling at UFC 292

In the aftermath of the bout that took place earlier this month between Aljamain Sterling and Henry Cejudo, Sean O’Malley entered the octagon for a heated confrontation with the champion.

Tim Welch, O’Malley’s coach, is confident that his fighters are more than prepared for the fight that will now serve as the main event in Boston on August 19. Welch stated in an interview with ESPN’s Brett Okamoto that “Sugar” and his team have spent the entirety of O’Malley’s career preparing him for a competitor such as “Funk Master.”

Welch said:

“As I’ve already stated, if anyone is going to be able to pull it off, ‘Sugar’ is going to be the one. Throughout his entire career, his strategy against Sean has consisted of putting pressure on him, getting him on the fence, and then taking him down. This has been the case throughout his entire career. While he is in training, we locate the best people we can find to try to put pressure on him, to try to put him in the cage, and to attempt to take him down. And Sean is always up for the challenge whenever he enters the ring or the cage. He is competing in order to win, so if anyone is capable of doing it, “Sugar” is.”