White said during the UFC 190 post-fight press conference that the company is aiming for a December date, possibly Dec. 5, for a fight card at AT&T Stadium, a venue that can seat over 80,000 spectators.
“Yeah, I'd like to put her on that card, and that card is probably going to be in Dallas, Texas,” White said.
Rousey took just 34 seconds to obliterate Bethe Correia in the main event at UFC 190 on Saturday, successfully defending her UFC women's bantamweight title. With the win, Rousey is on a path to a third contest with Tate. In the first two meetings between the bantamweights, Rousey submitted her nemesis by armbar.
White said UFC 190 was trending higher than last month's UFC 189 card, which the company indicated did 1 million buys on pay-per-view. McGregor headlined that card, winning the UFC interim featherweight title against Chad Mendes.
If the December card comes together as White said he hopes, the assumption is the combination of Rousey and McGregor will eclipse the numbers the last two pay-per-views have done, and quite possibly break the attendance record of UFC 129 in Toronto, which pulled in nearly 56,000 fans.
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