The stars were out in London, England as UFC 286 went down on March 18 at the O2 Arena.
Hollywood superstar Tom Holland, who has been a part of the Spider-Man and Avengers franchises, was in attendance for the event.
Coming off the success of Top Gun: Maverick, Miles Teller was also seen in the O2 Arena. Jared Leto, who is often seen at UFC events, was present for the March 18 card as well.
Apart from that, movie star Anya Taylor-Joy, rapper Stormzy, Game of Thrones actor Maisie Williams and YouTuber KSI also attended UFC 286 at the O2 Arena.
KSI even got a picture clicked wwith UFC president Dana White.
UFC 286 is headlined by a trilogy bout between Kamaru Usman and Leon Edwards for the welterweight title. The two athletes have one win over each other and will look to put their rivalry to rest come fight night.
The co-main event is expected to bring fireworks as the highly entertaining Justin Gaethje will take on rising contender Rafael Fiziev in a lightweight scrap.
Anderson Silva got inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame at UFC 286
At UFC 286, the UFC decided to reveal Anderson Silva as their next inductee into the promotion's Hall of Fame. A video montage of 'The Spider's stint in the UFC was played during the live telecast of the event.
In the video, fighters like Israel Adesanya, T.J. Dillashaw, Forrest Griffin and Alex Pereira showered praise on Silva.
Silva had a long and illustrious career in the UFC. The Brazilian made his promotional debut ay back in June 2006. 'The Spider' made light work of Chris Leben that night and finished him via knockout within the first minute of the fight.
With just one victory, Silva was catapulted to a title shot as he competed against Rich Franklin for the middleweight belt at UFC 64. Once again, Silva rose to the occasion and delivered a spectacular first-round knockout victory to win the title.
This started the Brazilian's iconic championship run where he successfully defended the UFC middleweight title a total of 10 times. This impressive run included victories over fighters like Chael Sonnen, Vitor Belfort, Demian Maia, Forrest Griffin and Dan Henderson.