According to a Sept. 17 post from Newsday, Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman will be signing autographs for New York fight fans on Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. at the UFC Gym on John Street in New York, New York.
Fans will be able to meet Weidman and Silva, but only the first 300 people in line are guaranteed autographs. The fighters will also be taking photos with a limited number of fans.
The event is free and open to the public, but fight fans should arrive early if they hope to meet Weidman and Silva.
Beginning Sept. 23, Weidman and Silva will visit seven cities across the United States and Brazil to promote their rematch at UFC 168 in Las Vegas on Dec. 28, and New York City is the third of their seven scheduled stops.
Weidman and Silva will be appearing on Monday, Sept. 23 in Los Angeles at the UFC Gym in Torrance, on Tuesday Sept. 24 at the MGM Grand main lobby in Las Vegas and Wednesday, Sept. 25 in New York City.
Following the New York City stop, Weidman and Silva head to Bristol, Conn. for an ESPN media day, before heading to Miami on Sept. 27.
Sept. 28 will serve as a travel day, as they hit up two stops in Brazil to wrap up the month.
On Sunday, Sept. 29, Weidman and Silva will be in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at Clube dos Marimbas, and on Monday, Sept. 30, they will be in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Weidman and Silva will also be available to the media at all of the scheduled stops.
Tickets for their fight on December 28 in Las Vegas go on sale next week as well, ranging from $100-$1,000. So far the UFC 168 card features Weidman and Silva in the main event, with Ronda Rousey vs Miesha Tate in the co-main slot.
Josh Barnett vs Travis Browne rounds out a stacked main card.