The Dana White Contender Series season 3 is set to premiere this summer. The series, which features up-and-coming fighters battling it out at The Ultimate Fighter Gym, is set to resume this June, according to an official announcement from the promotion.
On Tuesday, April 23, the UFC announced that the Dana White Contender Series will resume on June 18.
According to MMAjunkie.com, the series will then continue for 10 consecutive weeks before it wraps up on August 20.
The Dana White Contender Series — which first launched in 2017 — has added a number of top prospects to the UFC roster like Maycee Barber, Greg Hardy, Sean O’Malley, Antonina Shevchenko, and Johnny Walker.
Additionally, with the closing of The Ultimate Fighter Gym in Las Vegas, the upcoming season of Dana White’s Contender Series events will all take place at UFC Apex, a new facility that is still under construction located next to UFC headquarters and the UFC Performance Institute. The events stream live on UFC Fight Pass.
Who will be the latest up-and-coming stars to join the UFC roster? We will learn those answers and come up with some interesting prospects moving forward when the show returns on Tuesday, June 18, when the Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series returns to UFC Fight Pass and ESPN+.