UFC releases ‘NFT video’ with Francis Ngannou’s crowning moment from UFC 260


The growing craze for NFT trading has also caught up with the world of mixed martial arts. Jumping into the new trend, the UFC has announced the release of its own NFT collection, known as ‘UFC Strike NFT’. Reigning heavyweight kingpin Francis Ngannou has shared the first look at the new NFT pack which will soon be available worldwide.


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‘The Predator’ got his own NFT champion tier from UFC 260 – the event where he finished Stipe Miocic with a punch and a hammer and won the UFC belt. This level of NFT will wear a gold trim.


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UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou will be looking to capitalize on this moment and secure another finish tonight as he defends his heavyweight crown against Ciryl Gane at UFC 270.

However, fans will be eager for more information on when and where they can get their hands on UFC Strike.

What is UFC Strike and how can you get your hands on it?

The promotion is currently planning to roll out 2 sets of UFC Strike NFT, which will feature various iconic moments from the UFC vault. Each NFT will then be classified into 5 levels which will carry their own prestige.

  • Fandom: uncapped
  • Competitor: 10,000 to 25,000
  • Challenger: 250 to 999
  • Champion: 25 to 99
  • Ultimate – 1 to 10

These video NFTs will be very different from each other depending on which level they belong to. The promotion has already prepared to release the NFT video in January which fans are picking up as drop packs.

The UFC will release fully loaded packs on January 23. Meanwhile, Series 0 supplemental packs will drop on January 31.


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Series 1 will release as a series of drops throughout this calendar year. Fans can purchase these packs by heading to the UFC Strike website.


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The first series, i.e. series 0, will only contain challenger and champion level moments. Meanwhile, the second drop will offer all five variants of the Series 1 drop pack.

Each pack will cost $50 and a single user can purchase a total of 5 packs one at a time. There will be 100,000 Packs in the first drop and each customer will have to re-enter the queue after each transaction.

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