MMA Watch Party with Dustin Poirier hosted by Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook

March 22, 2024
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The entertainment and gaming complex will host guests for the watch party with MMA fighter Dustin Poirier.

Mohegan Sun FanDuel will host an MMA watch party on April 13, with lightweight fighter Dustin Poirier in attendance for a meet and greet.

Scheduled for Saturday April 13, guests will be able to enjoy watching the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight on the big screen, alongside a buffet and free meet and greet with Poirier.  

Guests will also have the opportunity to take part in giveaways, with prizes including an inclusive MMA trip for two to Las Vegas. Located in Connecticut, Mohegan Sun holds two casinos as part of the 1,600+ room hotel, two spas, a golf course, and a range of shops restaurants and bars. Also part of the complex is three separate entertainment venues – one of which will host the watch party next month.  

The event begins at 6pm local time, giving guests with reserved tickets a chance to settle in before the buffet opens from 7pm. The meet and greet will be held between 9pm and 11pm – with guests having the opportunity to meet, take photographs with and have one personal item signed by Poirier.

Then, guests with reservations will be entered automatically into a total of three giveaways. The announcement of prizes will take place at the end of the night (10:50pm), and prizes include two autographed MMA belts, alongside the main prize of an MMA trip to Las Vegas for two – including airfare accommodation.  

The fight itself is a heavyweight clash between Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill, with the preliminary card beginning at 8pm and the main event starting at 10pm. The announcement of this event follows Mohegan Sun’s Superbowl watch party, which took place on February 11 and included prizes such as a signed Travis Kelce jersey.  


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