Dublin, Ireland – UFC Fight Night on Saturday, with the debut of Rousey’s next opponent, will be the first UFC event in the capital city since the cancellation of the fight last week.UFC Fight Nights are now being held in all of Ireland, with all events being held at the O2 Arena, and there will be some major changes from the one that saw the UFC cancel its Dublin event.
In the short-term, the main event will now take place at the Ballymore Arena, with a headlining clash between UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and UFC bantamweights Holly Holm and Joanna Jedrzejczyk.
However, the Dublin event will not feature Rousey.
Instead, the UFC will take on Holm in the main card of UFC Fight Nights Dublin.
The main card, which will be shown live on Sky Sports 1, will feature a light heavyweight title fight between Holm (7-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) and Joanna Jedruszewski (10-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC).
The event will be the final event of the UFC Dublin season, which runs until the end of the month.
It was originally slated to take place on January 22, but UFC Fight Day is now set to take off on January 23.
This is not the first time that the UFC has cancelled its Dublin shows, as it cancelled its show on November 28, 2016, when Rousey was due to face Holly Holman in the co-main event.
Rouseys last two UFC Fight nights have been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts, with UFC Fight night in March being cancelled due a number of factors, including the postponement of the Glasgow show due to the Zika virus outbreak.
However, this will be her last Irish fight.
“I’m just so excited for this,” Rousey said.
“I was just really nervous to fight a lot of people I haven’t fought before, and it’s been so good.
I was nervous and a little nervous to do it on my own, but I’ve been so happy with the whole experience so far.
I think it’s great for Irish fans, so it’s just great to be able to bring back UFC Dublin and bring it back to Dublin.
I think the Irish fans will love it.”