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July 17th, 2024

UFC 308 in Abu Dhabi is confirmed to take place on October 26th, 2024.  It will be the second event to take place in the UAE capital following UFC FIGHT NIGHT: SANDHAGEN vs NURMAGOMEDOV taking place on August 3rd. As always, this event promises to be a sell-out, making it the hottest ticket in town and a must-attend for all UFC enthusiasts. 

The last numbered card in Abu Dhabi was an absolute blockbuster. Even before a fist was thrown last October, UFC 294 was packed with drama as Paolo Costa and Charles Oliveira had to pull out of their respective co-main and main showdowns due to injury. It was up to Kamaru Usman and Alexander Volkanovski to step in and face Khamzat Chimaev and Islam Makhachev at the last minute. 

UFC 308’s card is still TBC at the time of writing, but we have a sneaking suspicion about who we might see. Here are a few athletes we expect to see throwing hands in October. 

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July 21st, 2022

Expat Sport, the GCC’s leading sports tourism agency is creating Dubai’s first hotel experience exclusively for football supporters.  Taking place from 21st November to 18th December to coincide with the world’s largest football event taking place in the region, the Football Fans Dubai Experience, is for supporters wanting to base themselves in the Emirates. The package includes:

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January 1st, 2021
Sir Clive Woodward certainly knows his onions when it comes to the meaning of the noun ‘success’ in a sporting context. After all, he is a former Rugby World Cup winning head coach and a frequently sought after pundit. He also expresses his views on all matters rugby in a regular column for UK tabloid, the Daily Mail and in a recent edition wrote:
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December 1st, 2020
Well here we are eight months away and closing from one of the most exciting contests on offer in world rugby in the New Year. The British & Irish Lions go head-to-head with the world champion Springboks in South Africa. A not to be missed event: three colossal Tests preceded by five warm-up matches against, an Invitational South Africa side, the best of South Africa’s provincial clubs and South Africa A,  running from July 3rd to August 7th 2021. Rugby might have had to make the best of a bad job in 2020 in the thrall of the coronavirus pandemic but as 2021 approaches there’s much more to look forward to. And this edition of The British & Irish Lions Tour is quite simply special as are the people and scenery of their host nation South Africa. So don’t forget to book your Lions tickets and tour packages without delay and we’ll keep you up to date with latest news. Sleep, who needs it!
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November 30th, 2020
Lions’ fans have voted for the selection of players who they see as making up the most effective Lions touring side to take on South Africa next summer and there are only two Welshmen that make the team.
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