The UFC has been hosting massive PTV events for the past couple of decades, but what exactly are the most lucrative PPV events ever? Numerous big stars have dominated several of the largest events that have occurred in corporate history. Check UFC Top 5 UFC Events in the World.
This is the complete list of the top 5 Biggest UFC shows ever which are ranked based on their pay-per-view buys. These top Events’ names alone can be enough for anyone UFC PPV ticket to be able to sell more than a million PPVs.
Top 5 UFC Events in the World
It was the time to get the long-awaited of these events, who was set to take on ranked-based players a 5-round PPV Return. The following players have names and some thrilling events done in the world.
It is among the most important UFC events, not just in MMA but as well throughout the world of martial arts. These Events talked about the popularity that was this particular Pay-Per-View.
5. UFC 196: McGregor vs. Diaz – 1,350,000 PPV at – $80 million
The fight was also the first time Conor McGregor would fight in the division of welterweight. It was a shock event as Nate Diaz dropped Conor McGregor in the second round. It has been very effective in the process of forming repetition. Rafael dos Anjos was out of the fight against McGregor and Nate Diaz had to replace his opponent.
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|Conor McGregor||Vs||Nate Diaz|
|Holly Holm||Vs||Miesha Tate|
|Ilir Latifi||Vs||Gian Villante|
|Tom Lawlor||Vs||Corey Anderson|
|Valentina Shevchenko||Vs||Amanda Nunes|
4. UFC 246: McGregor Vs. Cerrone -1,500,000 PPV at – $85 million
After quitting the UFC, Notorious decided it was time to come back. In January 2020 McGregor would be scheduled to face Donald Cerrone in a welterweight fight on PPV.
The card wasn’t an excellent thing; however, it marked the much-anticipated return of Mystic Mac. He quickly put his name to the top after he smashed Cowboy down in under an hour.
|Conor McGregor||Vs||Donald Cerrone|
|Holly Holm||Vs||Raquel Pennington|
|Aleksei Oleinik||Vs||Maurice Greene|
|Brian Kelleher||Vs||Ode’ Osbourne|
|Anthony Pettis||Vs||Diego Ferreira|
3. UFC 202: Diaz Vs. McGregor II -1,600,000 PPV at – $95 million
It’s the right time for McGregor to take a trip back when he signed up to take on Nate Diaz in a welterweight fight. The fight was scheduled for August 2016. The fight also led to major battles on the underscores with Anthony Johnson, Donald Cerrone as well as a handful of others. UFC stars.
The main UFC occasion is in the book of history as Conor McGregor fought back with a choice to win a five-blooded competition.
|Conor McGregor||Vs||Nick Diaz|
|Anthony Johnson||Vs||Glover Teixeira|
|Rick Story||Vs||Donald Cerrone|
|Hyun Gyu Lim||Vs||Mike Perry|
|Tim Means||Vs||Sabah Homasi|
2. UFC 257: Poirier Vs. McGregor II -1,800,000 PPV at – $110 million
Poirier was sadly knocked out in the opening round of his fight against McGregor back in 2014. The PPV fight ended badly when Poirier was knocked out by McGregor in the second round after he had become a weak man. The third belt was discussed in the summer of 2021.
|Conor McGregor||Vs||Dustin Poirier|
|Dan Hooker||Vs||Micheal Chandler|
|Jessica Eye||Vs||Joanne Wood|
|Andrew Sanchez||Vs||Makhmud Muradov|
|Marina Rodriguez||Vs||Amanda Ribas|
1. UFC 229: Khabib Vs. McGregor 12400,000 PPV at $185 million
It should be no surprise to any wrestler to see this event get a big boost. The blood rivalry between Russia, Khabib, and Irishman, McGregor is, without doubt, the biggest controversy ever to be seen on UFC. UFC PPV. The three fighters were set to meet in October 2018. The below cards included stars such as Tony Ferguson, Anthony Pettis, and many more.
|Conor McGregor||Vs||Khabib Nurmagomedov|
|Tony Ferguson||Vs||Anthony Pettis|
|Ovince Saint Preux||Vs||Dominick Reyes|
|Derrick Lweis||Vs||Alexander Volkov|
|Michelle Waterson||Vs||Felice Herrig|