UFC 135 pre-fight press conference for 'Jones vs Rampage' open to the public on July 19 in Denver

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Maybe the best things in life really are free.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be bringing its stable of stars to "Mile High City" when it crashes Denver for the UFC 135: "Jones vs. Rampage" pre-fight press conference on July 19, 2011, which will be free to attend and open to the public.

From the promotion's press release:

Jones, Jackson and UFC President Dana White will be in Denver on Tuesday, July 19 to discuss this epic card at a press conference to be held at the former BRAUNS Bar & Grill building at 1055 Auraria Pkwy at 10 a.m. MT. This event will be open to the public.

Expect it to be a mob scene, so if you're a UFC fan living in the Denver area and plan on attending, it's probably a good idea to get there early.

Really early.

"Jones vs. Rampage" will feature the first title defense of newly-crowned Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, as he puts his 205-pound strap on the line against former division titleholder Quinton Jackson.

Also booked for the September 24 pay-per-view is a welterweight showdown pitting longtime veteran and fading legend Matt Hughes against "The Dream," Diego Sanchez.

Any Denver Maniacs planning to attend the pre-fight press conference on July 19? Take lots of pics!

For the latest UFC 135 news and notes check out our event archive right here.

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