The first thing you should know about the first day of the ring circus

The first day is coming.

As of Wednesday, the first-ever UFC card will take place in the Octagon.

The UFC is set to open up the Octagonal on Oct. 2.

That’s when the UFC’s main event, a fight between UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes and middleweight champion Ronda Rousey, takes place.

The card will be headlined by Rousey vs. Nunes.

In order to have a chance at the title, Nunes and Rousey must win a total of eight fights.

That means the first three of those eight bouts will be on the main card of UFC 189, which will take on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

UFC 189 will be a card that could potentially make its debut in the UFC calendar sometime in 2019.

But for those of us who live in Southern California, that means a UFC fight in Southern Cali will be sandwiched between two of the biggest fights of the year.

That fight is the Bellator MMA event, which is set for March 23 in Anaheim.

If you’re not familiar with Bellator, it’s a lightweight promotion that features some of the most exciting fights in the world.

The promotion, which has been around since 2012, has produced the likes of Anderson Silva, Chael Sonnen and Chael Petch, among others.

And in March, the promotion will host the inaugural Bellator Women’s Bantamweight Championship match, which could potentially set the tone for Bellator’s future.

This is the second Bellator card that the UFC has held on a date that’s the date of the Bellaloo.

In March, UFC 190 will be the UFC 189 card, which takes place in Anaheim, California.

Bellator MMA has held a lot of shows in Southern Calif., and its inaugural Bellalauo will be no different.

The Bellator 170 will be in Anaheim on March 3, 2019.

Bellator is slated to headline UFC 189 on March 23.

If the UFC wants to keep a full calendar of UFC events on the first Monday in March and a complete calendar of Bellator events on a second Monday in April, then the promotion has to do something.

UFC president Dana White has already said that Bellator will “play a big role” in his promotion’s future in Southern Californias calendar.

In an interview with The MMA Hour, White explained that Bellators future will include “a little bit of everything” and that Bellaruns first Bellator show will be March 23 at UFC 189.

White said that the event will be held in Anaheim and will be attended by a full Bellator roster.

While the UFC and Bellator both have a history of holding major events in Southern Calfornia, it looks like the promotion is going to be on a different track.

If the UFC can get all of its UFC events in California by March, then it’ll have a perfect set of events to draw a big audience.

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