UFC 2024: Every Pay-Per-View Event Results

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The view from upper level at TD Garden for a mixed martial arts bout, Friday, Oct. 18, 2019, at UFC Fight Night in Boston.
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Anatoly Pimentel @AnatolyPimentel Jun 02, 2024, 8:11 PM
  • UFC 302 was the latest pay-per-view event of the UFC in 2024.
  • The UFC lightweight title fight between Islam Makhachev and Dustin Poirier in Newark headlined UFC 302.
  • Makhachev won via fifth round submission to retain his UFC lightweight title.

The UFC looks to continue its dominance in the MMA world as they resume the action in 2024 with massive fights and championship matchups they will schedule throughout the calendar year.

These gigantic bouts are especially highlighted during pay-per-view events where champions and superstars are headlining the card. Additionally, pay-per-view events provide fans with the opportunity to place their bets on their favorite fighters in BetMGM’s online sportsbook via the UFC odds.

To recap the result of every PPV event, here’s a table below.

Every UFC Pay-Per-View Event Results

Event NameEvent DateMain Event FeatureWinner and Result
UFC 302June 1, 2024Makhachev vs. PoirierMakhachev via fifth round submission
UFC 301May 4, 2024Pantoja vs. ErcegPantoja via unanimous decision
UFC 300April 13, 2024Pereira vs. HillPereira via first-round knockout
UFC 299March 9, 2024O’Malley vs. Vera 2O’Malley via unanimous decision
UFC 298Feb. 17, 2024Volkanovksi vs. TopuriaTopuria via second-round knockout
UFC 297Jan. 20. 2024Strickland vs. Du PlessisDu Plessis via split decision

UFC 302: Makhachev vs. Poirier

Islam Makhachev recorded his third UFC lightweight title defense by fending off the challenge of No. 4-ranked contender Dustin Poirier and submitting him in the fifth round of their championship clash in Newark. It was a tough challenge for Makhachev as Poirier pushed him to the championship rounds. However, the Dagestani superstar eventually finished him with a Brabo choke to extend his reign as the division’s undisputed king.

UFC 301: Pantoja vs. Erceg

Alexandre Pantoja successfully fended off another challenger in his reign as the undisputed UFC flyweight. The Brazilian star scored a unanimous decision win over Steve Erceg in front of his compatriots inside the Farmasi Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Pantoja maximized his superior grappling skills to put Erceg down nine times throughout the match and outstrike him 143-129 to sway the judges into giving him the victory. This is his second title defense since winning the belt in July 2023.

UFC 300: Pereira vs. Hill

Alex Pereira’s first UFC light heavyweight title defense was successful. He defeated the former champion Jamahal Hill via a first-round knockout in the headliner of the monumental UFC 300 card inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The Brazilian MMA superstar made it look easy, as he only needed three minutes and 14 seconds to finish the American challenger. Following the win, Pereira reiterated his intention to be a busy champion and a potential move to the heavyweight division.

UFC 299: O’Malley vs. Vera 2

Sean O’Malley successfully defended his UFC title for the first time after scoring a unanimous decision victory over Marlon Vera in the main event of UFC 299, which took place inside the Kaseya Center in Miami on March 9. O’Malley took Vera to school with his elite striking and avenged his previous loss from their first meeting in 2020. This latest win has improved O’Malley’s record to 18 wins and one defeat.

UFC 298: Volkanovski vs. Topuria

Ilia Topuria maximized his first UFC title shot by knocking out the dominant 145-pound champion Alexander Volkanovski in the headliner of UFC 298 on Feb. 17 inside the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Topuria timed a perfect right-hand punch straight to Volkanovski’s chin that immediately sent him down, crashing the canvas. After a few more punches, the referee officially intervened and stopped the fight in his favor.

UFC 297: Strickland vs. Du Plessis

Dricus Du Plessis eked out a razor-thin split decision victory against Sean Strickland in the main event of UFC 297 on Jan. 20  at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto to become the newest UFC middleweight champion. Despite having a less significant output throughout the match, the South African star dominated the grappling exchanges, which was enough to persuade the judges to give him the victory.

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Anatoly Pimentel

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Anatoly Pimentel is an NBA and MMA writer previously featured in ASEAN Sports, Asian Persuasion MMA, and Overtime Heroics MMA. He graduated from Adamson University with a B.A in Communication and is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM.

Anatoly Pimentel is an NBA and MMA writer previously featured in ASEAN Sports, Asian Persuasion MMA, and Overtime Heroics MMA. He graduated from Adamson University with a B.A in Communication and is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM.