UFC Officials held a press conference today outlining their 2014 Canadian schedule which begins in April with events all the way through December 2014. There were a couple of fights announced for these events as well.
Via UFC Canada’s Twitter account:
- UFC’s first Canadian stop will be April 16th in Quebec City when the Colisée Pepsi will play host to the live finale of
- UFC confirmed 2 Quebec City bouts: Sudbury, ON’s Mitch Gagnon vs bantamweight Tim Gorman & London, ON’s Sam Stout vs lightweight KJ Noons
- The UFC will return to Vancouver’s Rogers Arena with a June 14 Pay-Per-View event.
- The third event in Canada will be a September 27th PPV at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre – the city’s fifth all-time visit.
- UFC will make its first trip to Atlantic Canada when
UFC Fight Night hits the Halifax Metro Centre on Saturday, October 4th.
- The UFC will round out the year with a return to Montreal on Saturday, December 6 with a Pay-Per-View event at the Bell Centre.
- UFC will visit 4 CDN cities in 2014 to host UFC Experience, interactive fan events with exclusive viewing parties of global Pay-Per-Views.
I wonder if former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will get the itch to compete again by the time the UFC rolls into Montreal in December?