Where to watch the UFC in Sydney
The Lady will be opening early to get you warmed up for the big match with $15 smoked meat plates and $6 Young Henrys tinnies all day. The match will be played outdoors on the big screen, plus the Sydney Blues Society Inc will also play a live post-fight set.
Enjoy a virtual ringside seat when Event Cinemas screen the big match. The exclusive partnership between Event Cinemas, Foxtel and Fox Sports will see the fight screened in cinemas across the state, with ticket options starting at $28 per person. So grab your popcorn and get ready for the biggest screening of the biggest money game in country.
This red neon lit bar will be screening the big fight. With Coors and PBRs to accompany your barbecue platter and chilli cheese fries, Surly's will be sure to keep you fed and watered throughout the fight. Also try the Bloody Caesar here – after a big night out, this cocktail is the drink equivalent of a sympathetic pat on the back followed by some stirring words about glory lasting forever.
This Americana pub will be open from 11am. There will be pints at schnooner prices, plus a $17 lamb shoulder roast to keep you entertained after the game.
This Paddo pub will be showing the big game across multiple screens. Snag a seat, grab a beer and order up a plate of pork ribs for the white knuckle match.
This Paddo pub will be open from 10am and will pour $5 beers all morning.
Step up your game for the big game and lash out on a VIP affair at the Royal's Elephant Room. You'll enjoy three hours of unlimited canapés and beverages. Tickets are $120 pp and the festivities will kick off at 11am.
Want more sporting action?
The year starts with cricket, and once the test commentary has faded we move on to the tennis, followed by the AFL, NRL, and Union, with some basketball, soccer and netball thrown in for good measure. And now that Australians have also developed a taste for international leagues and tournaments, we also try to follow the NFL, the NHL, the NBA and the English Premier League. What we're trying to say is that there's a whole lot of excellent sport to be watched, and if you don't have cable, or like the atmosphere that only fans en masse creates, this is where to watch it in Sydney.