January 26 & 27 Is Going To Be A Big Weekend For WWE, UFC, Bellator MMA, NJPW & NFL Fans

While we are still two months away from the start of the new year, it doesn’t look like it will take long for MMA, pro wrestling and even NFL fans to have a huge weekend full of action.

On the weekend of Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27, a grand total of six major pro wrestling, mixed martial arts and even NFL events will take place.

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Every will kick off on Saturday, January 26 with Bellator: Los Angeles, which will feature the finals of the Bellator World Heavyweight Grand Prix as Fedor Emelianenko battles Bellator MMA Light Heavyweight Champion Ryan Bader.

That date will also serve as the night for the first UFC pay-per-view of the year for the UFC with UFC 233, which is scheduled to take place at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, which is not a far distance from where Bellator is hosting their event.

WWE NXT: Takeover is scheduled for January 26th as well, but nothing has been announced for that card at this time.

NJPW kicks off that Sunday slate of events with a Road To The New Beginning card and much like the NXT Takeover event, nothing has been announced for that card at this time.

Professional football fans will also get their fix on that weekend, as the NFL Pro Bowl is slated for January 27, from the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

Capping off a huge weekend of action is going to be the WWE Royal Rumble, which will feature a 30 man Royal Rumble and a 30 woman Royal Rumble.

There is going to be something for everyone on the final weekend of January 2019, whether you are a pro football fan, a pro wrestling fan or a pro MMA fan.  

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