UFC 121 Pre-Party and Car Show

UFC® AND DUB MAGAZINE TEAM UP FOR PRE-FIGHT PARTY THIS SATURDAY AT HONDA CENTER
 
FANS WILL HAVE THE CHANCE TO MEET UFC STARS AND CHECK OUT DUB MAGAZINE’S CELEBRITY CARS
Just hours before the most anticipated heavyweight title fight in years, the Ultimate Fighting Championship® and DUB Magazine have teamed up to throw an official UFC 121 Pre-Fight Party this Saturday from 1pm-5pm PT at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.

Fans will have the ability to meet UFC stars Jon Jones, Vitor Belfort, Junior Dos Santos and Nate Diaz, as well as check out DUB Magazine’s exotic collection of celebrity and customized cars. As the world prepares for champion Brock Lesnar’s title defense against undefeated Mexican-American star Cain Velasquez live on Pay-Per-View, fans in Anaheim will kick off an explosive night of action at the UFC 121 Pre-Fight Party at the Honda Center in Parking Lot 1. The lot is located on the south side of the Honda Center on the corner of Katella Avenue and Douglass Road.

“This is a real heavyweight title fight between two of the best athletes in the world,” UFC President Dana White, who is featured in this month’s DUB Magazine, said. “We are excited to team up with DUB Magazine to give fans a sick pre-fight party, and what a great opportunity to hang out with Dos Santos, Belfort, Jones and Diaz.”

UFC stars Jones and Belfort will sign autographs from 1pm-3pm, while Dos Santos and Diaz will sign from 3pm-5pm.

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