After successful shows throughout Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia, the UFC's reach is growing.
The promotion will next return to Brazil, where the organization will hold UFC 134 in Rio de Janeiro on August 27 with more international shows to come.
Dana White has already vocalized a desire to expand the UFC outside of the United States and over international waters, talking about the promotion returning to Canada and the United Kingdom.
However, with arguably the second largest market for combat sports, Asia, currently untapped by the UFC, it can be expected that White and company definitely have their sights set on the Asian market, most notably Japan.
Add to that Zuffa's acquisition of Strikeforce and its roster of fighters and the opportunities for expansion overseas become abundant with the addition of even more international fighters.
Whether its Asia, South America or Europe, expect the UFC to get the ball rolling and get events set up all over the world to make the UFC a global force.
That said, here are five possible destinations for international UFC events not yet touched by the UFC.