The UFC 249 features 24 boxers from three classes to fight through a bracket format. Starting from four quarterfinal matches to two semifinals and the final. Three matches are with boxers with an early preliminary card, four with a preliminary card and five will fight in the main event. That makes 13 matches across all weight divisions.
UFC 249 Prize Money & dates
What is the tournament type of the UFC 249 Prize Money?
The tournament is a knockout tournament- Bracket style.
What are the weight divisions of the UFC 249 Prize Money?
The weight divisions in the UFC 249 are Lightweight, Bantamweight, Heavyweight Featherweight, Women’s Strawweight, Middleweight and Light Heavyweight.
When does the UFC 249 Start & Finish?
UFC 149 starts on 9 May. In April, the UFC confirmed that UFC 249 would be moved to 9 May and also expected to take place in Florida, USA.
UFC 249 Prize Money
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Tournament Details
UFCA 249 – Title Bout Fight Card
A UFC Lightweight Championship match between the current champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and former interim champion Tony Ferguson was slated to headline this event. Originally, Khabibwas expected to make the third defense of his UFC Lightweight Championship at this event but had to give it up due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A featherweight bout between Jeremy Stephens and Calvin Kattar was expected to take place at UFC 248. However, Stephens was removed from the card in mid-January with an injury. The pairing was rescheduled for this event.
UFC 249 other fights
- Francis Ngannou vs Jairzinho Rozenstruik
- Greg Hardy vs Yorgan de Castro
- Vicente Luque vs Niko Price
- Islam Makhachev vs Omar Antonio Morales Ferrer
- Marlon Vera vs Ray Borg
- Ottman Azaitar vs Michael Johnson
- Ryan Spann and Sam Alvey
UF 249 rescheduled or removed cards
- Magomed Ankalaev vs Ion Cuțelaba
- Ben Rothwell vs Gian Villante
- Karl Roberson vs Makhmud Muradov
- Hunter Azure vs Umar Nurmagomedov
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