No matter what the event, we all love a good UFC night. Whether it’s UFC on Fox Sports 1 or a pay-per-view event with a lineup that will go down in the annals of MMA history, watching other people go toe-to-toe and beating the hell of out of each other requires a certain amount of sustenance. With that being said, below is a list of ways you can improve on what is already certain to be one of the nights of the year, no matter what the result.

Comfort Is Key

There’s nothing worse than settling down to watch an epic night of UFC, only to find that you’re sitting on quite possibly the stiffest chair known to man. If you’re getting a few friends around to watch a PPV, make sure that you order a few bean-bag chairs or something similar in order to avoid your guests complaining about a bad back once the event is over – they’ll thank you for it years down the line.

Snus – The Choice of Champions

Recently retired The Ultimate Fighter veteran Martin Svensson once described Snus as the “second best thing in the world, next to MMA” and revealed that he said he would only start using the nicotine substitute when he got into the UFC. Of course, we all know how that turned out and he celebrated his success with the Allstars Training Center fighters while enjoying his favorite product. Snus are being enjoyed by athletes all over the world and are seen as a good way to relax and improve concentration and, with outlets such as this site offering a wide range of products, it’s never been easier to get your nicotine fix. It’s also a good idea to offer your smoking buddies some so they don’t need to step outside and miss any of the action.

Your Food Should Correspond to the Event You’re Watching

If you order in high-end food everytime there’s an event to watch on the box, you’re gonna end up spending a small fortune. Instead, we’ve found that it’s a fun exercise to prepare snacks which reflect the quality of the fights on show. For example, a Fight Pass card is probably warrants some sort of frozen pizza from Red Barron or similar, while a top-tier PPV event is worthy of anything your heart desires – these events don’t come along very often and so it’s okay to splurge and order in your favorite high-end burger or even sushi is you’re feeling a little more frivolous. If a big meal isn’t really what you’re going for, then you can do the same with snacks, which can range from stale breadsticks to avocado toast.

PPVs Are Still the Bread and Butter of the UFC

Don’t get us wrong, we all love watching prospects roll around in the Octagon while trying to predict the stars of the future and that’s where MMA is at its purest form. However, in terms of entertainment value, top-tier PPVs are still where it’s at in the UFC and, as long as that’s the case, you may as well enjoy the events in the best possible ways.