Watch UFC Fights

UFC Fights at Xtreme Action Park

The Pit Bar is the best bar to watch UFC fights for FREE.  Watch every UFC Pay-Per-View fight event on over 50 LED TVs and our 6 projection screens where you can’t miss a second of the action.  We proudly bring the Ultimate Customer Experience to the Ultimate Fighting Championship events.  Take advantage of Drink Specials and enjoy our delicious Appetizers and Food Combos while you are here.

Our Fight Night Drink specials include Beer Towers, Buckets and Knockout Shots:

  • $10 Beer Pitchers: Choose from of Bud Light, Xtreme Amber Ale or Goose 312
  • $4 Knockout Shots: Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire, Three Olives or Bacardi Limon
  • $15 Domestic Buckets: Bud Light, Miller Light or Coors Light

Upcoming Fight

Date: March 3, 2018
UFC 222
Featherweight Championship Fight:

Max Holloway (19-3-0) VS Frankie Edgar (21-5-1)

UFC 222 will be headlined by the featherweight championship title fight pitting reigning division kingpin Max Holloway opposite streaking title contender and former 155-pound champion Frankie Edgar.

Recently voted top fighter of 2017 by UFC fans, Holloway (19-3) extended his win streak to 12 with a pair of TKO victories over all-time great Jose Aldo last year. Holloway now begins his quest to establish himself as one of the greatest champions in UFC history. Standing in his way is former lightweight titleholder Edgar (21-5-1).

Originally set to challenge Holloway in December before being sidelined by injury, Edgar aims to become only the fifth fighter to win championships in two UFC divisions.

Next Fight

Date: April 7, 2018
UFC 223
Lightweight Championship Fight:

Tony Ferguson (25-3-0) VS Khabib Nurmagomedov (25-0-0)

UFC is setting up its April PPV to be one of the “tent pole” events of the year annually. In 2017, Daniel Cormier defended his light heavyweight title against Anthony “Rumble” Johnson in what turned out to be Johnson’s final fight before announcing his retirement after UFC 210 in Buffalo, New York. This year, UFC is heading back to New York for UFC 223 in Brooklyn on April 7 where Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov will battle for the lightweight title — at least that’s what president Dana White keeps saying.

Ferguson won the interim title last October by beating Kevin Lee, but White claims this will be for the full-time, undisputed 155-pound belt while current champ Conor McGregor remains idle. While some confusion remains, fight fans will still be delighted to finally get to see Ferguson and Nurmagomedov square off once and for all after three failed attempts to get the two in the Octagon at the same time.

In addition to that title fight, newly crowned women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas will face off with the woman she took the belt from in Joanna Jedrzejczyk in the rematch from last November when Namajunas shocked the world and stopped the undefeated champion in the first round.

By CBSSports.com