10 Highest Selling UFC PPVs In History

10. UFC 114 - 1,050,000

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May 2010’s UFC 114 was a stacked card that took place at a time when the UFC’s light heavyweight division was really taking centre-stage. As such, the headline bout of this PPV was ‘Suga’ Rashad Evans facing Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson.

The rivalry between this pair is legendary, with both viewed as all-time greats in the sport of MMA. On that 2010 night, though, the Vegas crowd saw Evans come out on top with a unanimous decision victory.

The rest of the UFC 114 card was filled out by Michael Bisping defeated Dan Miller, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira beating Jason Brilz, Josh Hathaway besting Diego Sanchez, and a stunning first-round submission win for Ryan Jensen.

For the UFC’s bank balance, the 15,000 in attendance brought in a gate of nearly $4 million to add to the event’s 1,050,000 PPV buys.


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