So this time last year I traveled from London to Las Vegas to watch UFC 194, live in person. I purchased a ticket from a re-seller for £520, as well as securing one for my best mate, so altogether spent little over £1000 on the tickets alone - that's not including a suite at The Venetian and trans-Atlantic flights which involved a connection via Minnesota. The journey there was in the region of 15 hours, and on the way back was a much easier 9-10 hours. It wasn't just my fandom for Jose Aldo partnered with my dislike for Conor McGregor, it wasn't just the fact that it was a genuine rivalry fight which was culminating in a title fight. It was because I genuinely think that was their best card (on paper) to date (prior to UFC 205). Just a reminder of the main card: Max Holloway vs Jeremy Stephens Damian Maia vs Gunnar Nelson Ronaldo Souza vs Yoel Romero Chris Weidman vs Luke Rockhold Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor I went to Las Vegas again this year to watch Sergei Kovalev vs Andre Ward, purely off the fact that I believed it to be Pound for Pound the most relevant and important fight in the last 25 years of Boxing - I know many will claim Mayweather vs Pacquiao, but I genuinely believe the relevance had tetered off ever so slightly, whilst Andre and Sergei are totally in their prime and both undefeated. It was well worth the money. The question popped into my head today, what fight is there in MMA right now that I would do that journey and spend that more for/on? I genuinely think the Jones controversy, and the constant title changes have probably left me completely empty on that notion. Perhaps Diaz vs St. Pierre II if it was for the title somewhere down the line (as unlikely as that is). So I say all that to ask this, what fight or fight card would you need to travel 15 hours and spend a pretty penny to watch? I suspect I will get some silly answers like an ultimate card with 7 title fights, but try to be as reasonable and realistic if possible. Look forward to hearing your answers.