UFC 134 was this past weekend and it was the promotion's first event held in Brazil in more than a decade.
It was clear that Brazil had been dearly missing the UFC, as the event sold out in under an hour.
Dana White has since spoken about how great the trip to Brazil was and how great the fans are down there.
It's probably safe to say that the UFC will be making many more trips back to the Brazil in the coming years.
However, it's a wonder whether or not these trips to Brazil will be like the UFC's trips to England, Germany and Australia, by which I mean events held to appease the fans in those countries, but are not necessarily that successful.
The other possible outcome is that events in Brazil end up being very lucrative for the UFC, like most of their events in the USA and Canada.
Here's six reasons why events in Brazil have just as much potential to make the UFC money as events held in Canada and the US...