- Saturday 04.06.2013 at 02:00 PM ET
- U.S. Broadcast: Fuel TV | Prelims: Facebook.com
- Promotion: Ultimate Fighting Championship
- Ownership: Zuffa, LLC
- Venue: Ericsson Globe Arena
- Location: Stockholm, Sweden
- Enclosure: Octagon
- TV Announcers: Mike Goldberg, Kenny Florian
- Ring Announcer: Bruce Buffer
- Post-Fight Interviews: Kenny Florian
- Ticket Revenue (live gate): $2,710,530
- Attendance: 14,506
- TV Ratings: 236,000 average viewers
- Number of MMA Bouts: 13
Cancelled & Fizzled Bouts
Honors & Awards
Fight of the NightBrad Pickett vs. Mike Easton | $60,000 bonus to each fighter
Submission of the NightMichael Johnson vs. Reza Madadi | $60,000 bonus to Madadi
Knockout of the NightMarcus Brimage vs. Conor McGregor | $60,000 bonus to McGregor
Mousasi vs. Latifi (13), Mitrione vs. De Fries (11), Troéng vs. Cella (6)
Couture vs. Pearson (12), Pickett vs. Easton (10), Amagov vs. Spang (5)
Brandão vs. Garza (9), Johnson vs. Madadi (7), Lawlor vs. Kuiper (2)
Corassani vs. Peralta (8), LaFlare vs. Alloway (3)
Brimage vs. McGregor (4), Yousef vs. Abedi (1)
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This event will be the second that UFC event has hosted in Sweden, following UFC on Fuel TV: Gustafsson vs. Silva which took place in 2012, and was the fastest selling European event in UFC history, selling out in only three hours.
The event is expected to be headlined by top light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson and former Dream Middleweight and Light Heavyweight Champion and former Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion, and promotional newcomer Gegard Mousasi.
A bout between Robbie Peralta and Akira Corassani, previously linked to UFC 156, was moved to this event. Corassani had been sidelined with sickness for a brief period of time leading up to and following UFC 156.