UFC 206: Daniel Cormier vs Anthony Johnson II will be held at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario on December 10, 2016. TicketProcess.com is happy to announce that they have presale tickets available to those with a code hoping to purchase tickets before the public availability.
UFC 206 is a Light Heavyweight Championship rematch between Daniel Cormier, who is the current champion, and Anthony Johnson. The two originally matched against each other in May 2015 for UFC 187 with Cormier winning the previously vacant title. Now the two are coming together for a chance for Johnson to steal the championship title from Cormier.
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