The UFC returns to London this spring, as the UK stages a UFC pay-per-view event for the first time since 2016.
Since Michael Bisping retained the middleweight title against old rival Dan Henderson at the O2 Arena that year, the London venue has held five Fight Night cards, including two in 2022.
And the success of both events has led the UFC to announce that the venue will stage a pay-per-view card this March.
Here’s all you need to know about UFC 286.
When is it?
UFC 286 is scheduled to take place on Saturday 18 March 2023.
Where is it?
The event will take place at the O2 Arena in London.
Who is fighting?
No fights have yet been confirmed, though the general feeling is that a welterweight title fight between British champion Leon Edwards and the man he dethroned in August, Kamaru Usman, may serve as the main event. That depends on Usman’s fitness, however, with the former champion having suffered a broken hand last year.
Meanwhile, high-flying Liverpudlian lightweight Paddy Pimblett and his friend Molly McCann could feature on the card, and the same goes for Ipswich featherweight Arnold Allen.
Where to get tickets
AXS and Ticketmaster are the authorised vendors of UFC 286 tickets in the UK.
Tickets will go on sale on Friday 27 January at 10am GMT.
A pre-sale will take place earlier that week, and fans can register their interest in the pre-sale here to receive updates and gain access.