Originally written on MMA Interplay  |  Last updated 10/30/14
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced on Wednesday that they will be returning to London, England on February 16th for UFC on FUEL TV 7. The event will be held at the historic 12,500-seat Wembley Arena. This will mark the promotion’s fifth trip to London and the first since UFC 120 in 2010 which was headlined by countryman Michael Bisping. The four previous events were held at the 02 Arena. There have been no fight announcements for the UFC on FUEL TV 7 fight card. Previous UFC events in London: 07/13/2002 – UFC 38: Brawl at the Hall, Matt Hughes vs. Carlos Newton 09/08/2007 – UFC 75: Champion vs. Champion, Quinton Jackson vs. Dan Henderson 06/07/2008 – UFC 85: Bedlam, Matt Hughes vs. Thiago Alves 02/21/2009 – UFC 95: Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Stevenson 10/16/2010 – UFC 120: Michael Bisping vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama London’s Wembley Arena to host UFC on FUEL TV 7 in February is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News

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