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Additional tickets for McGregor's UFC Fight Night Dublin on sale tomorrow

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IRISH UFC FANS will be given another chance to secure tickets for the highly-anticipated UFC Fight Night Dublin event on the 19th of July after a reconfiguring of the in-house production at the previously sold-out 02 Arena.

A general sale earlier this month saw all available tickets snapped up in mere minutes. With so many local supporters hoping to attend the Conor McGregor-headlined night, there was major disappointment expressed at the time.

However, the UFC has announced that they have been able to add extra seating to the O2 due to a reorganisation of the lay-out. The batch of "hundreds" of additional tickets will go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday the 1st of July, at 10.00am via Ticketmaster and The O2's website.

"We're ecstatic that this event has captured people’s imagination like it has and sold out in its original plan," says UFC Executive Vice President Garry Cook.

UFC Fight Night Boston McGregor will enjoy raucous support at the O2. Source: Gregory Payan

"The level of support is unbelievable and The O2 will have a blistering atmosphere from the very first horn. UFC Fight Night Dublin is already the most successful UFC event ever in Europe, and we are already planning more events throughout this year and into 2015."

Main Card for UFC Fight Night Dublin, July 19

Conor McGregor vs. Diego Brandao (Featherweight)

Gunnar Nelson vs. Zak Cummings (Welterweight)

Brad Pickett vs. Ian McCall (Flyweight)

Norman Parke vs. Naoyuki Kotani (Lightweight)

Preliminary Card  

Tom Lawlor vs. Ilir Latifi (Light Heavyweight)

Neil Seery vs. Phil Harris (Flyweight)

Cathal Pendred vs. Mike King (Middleweight)

Tor Troeng vs. Trevor Smith (Middleweight)

Cody Donovan vs. Nikita Krylov (Light Heavyweight)

Patrick Holohan vs. Josh Sampo (Flyweight)

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