Saturday May 6.

Kentucky Derby Day
11:00am - 1:30am
The 2017 Kentucky Derby is the 143rd renewal of The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Join Us Saturday May 6th for all the Fun! #ThePlaceToBeInHB #HurricanesBar
Saturday May 6 11:00am Saturday May 6 1:30am America/Los_Angeles Kentucky Derby Day The 2017 Kentucky Derby is the 143rd renewal of The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Join Us Saturday May 6th for all the Fun! #ThePlaceToBeInHB #HurricanesBar Hurricanes Bar & Grill Hurricanes Bar & Grill hurricanesbar@hotmail.com

Saturday May 13.

UFC 211: Miocic vs. dos Santos 2
6:00pm - 10:00pm
UFC 211 just got a bit stronger as former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez (28-5) will seek his first victory since losing his belt when he squares off with Dustin Poirier (21-5) on May 13 in Dallas. UFC confirmed the initial report by ESPN.  The 155-pound bout was added to an increasingly deep UFC 211 card featuring two world title bouts. Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic defends his title in a rematch against Junior dos Santos in the main event, and women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk faces Jessica Andrade in the co-main. Demian Maia and Jorge Masvidal will also meet in a key welterweight bout.Alvarez, a 33-year-old former Bellator champion, won UFC gold last July before being stopped in his first title defense by Conor McGregor at UFC 205. A native of Philadelphia, he is 3-2 in the octagon since making his UFC debut in September 2014. Poirier, 28, saw his four-fight win streak as a lightweight snapped last September when he was stopped in the first round by Michael Johnson. The Louisiana product rebounded to take a majority decision over Jim Miller in February. Alvarez enters the fight as the No. 3 ranked lighweight by the UFC, while Poirier is ranked 10th. $5 Cover
Saturday May 13 6:00pm Saturday May 13 10:00pm America/Los_Angeles UFC 211: Miocic vs. dos Santos 2 UFC 211 just got a bit stronger as former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez (28-5) will seek his first victory since losing his belt when he squares off with Dustin Poirier (21-5) on May 13 in Dallas. UFC confirmed the initial report by ESPN.  The 155-pound bout was added to an increasingly deep UFC 211 card featuring two world title bouts. Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic defends his title in a rematch against Junior dos Santos in the main event, and women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk faces Jessica Andrade in the co-main. Demian Maia and Jorge Masvidal will also meet in a key welterweight bout.Alvarez, a 33-year-old former Bellator champion, won UFC gold last July before being stopped in his first title defense by Conor McGregor at UFC 205. A native of Philadelphia, he is 3-2 in the octagon since making his UFC debut in September 2014. Poirier, 28, saw his four-fight win streak as a lightweight snapped last September when he was stopped in the first round by Michael Johnson. The Louisiana product rebounded to take a majority decision over Jim Miller in February. Alvarez enters the fight as the No. 3 ranked lighweight by the UFC, while Poirier is ranked 10th. $5 Cover Hurricanes Bar & Grill Hurricanes Bar & Grill hurricanesbar@hotmail.com

Sunday May 14.

Mother's Day
11:00am - 1:30am
MOMS EAT FREE with Us On Sunday May 14th. #ThePlaceToBeInHB #HurricanesBar
Sunday May 14 11:00am Sunday May 14 1:30am America/Los_Angeles Mother's Day MOMS EAT FREE with Us On Sunday May 14th. #ThePlaceToBeInHB #HurricanesBar Hurricanes Bar & Grill Hurricanes Bar & Grill hurricanesbar@hotmail.com

Saturday June 3.

UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight champion, Max Holloway, is oozing with confidence ahead of his title unification match against current division kingpin, Jose Aldo, which is set to go down on June 3, 2017 at UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While “Blessed” knows that kind of pedigree Aldo carries into the cage with him, he says it’s nothing new, as the Brazilian bomber’s game hasn’t exactly evolved over the years. In fact, the only thing that concerns Max about the fight is “Junior” not showing up at all. "I have no concerns at all with anything he may or may not do," Holloway said. "All these things he's been saying, I welcome it all. Come on and let's do it. When it comes to the fight he's been doing the same thing for years, but when it comes down to it you have to stop him. He's going to have to stop me, too,” Max told Flo Combat. “When I see these things from him it's a sign his head isn't in the right place,” he said. “He's too worried. He's asking people to go find out things instead of focusing on what he needs to do, because believe you me I'm coming for him at UFC 212.” "We have no concerns at all. We just want him to show up on June 3, because I'm going to be standing right there. He just needs to show up on that damn date, and let's do this thing." Aldo has a history of pulling out of title fights, including his first proposed date against Conor McGregor back at UFC 189. So while “Blessed” has that in the back of his mind, he’ll move right along to the next one should Jose be a no-show. "I can't worry about what he's going to do or not do," Holloway said. "Jose could very well do Jose things and not show up, but I can't worry about that. If he doesn't show up, then it's onto the next one. We don't cry about spilled milk over here. We keep it moving. People ask me why it took so long for me to get a title shot, and I've said time and time again that I am willing to beat every single guy at the top until there are no questions or doubts remaining. That's what I've done, and I have zero complaints. A win over Aldo would be the latest accomplishment for the Hawaiian, who won the interim title by taking out Anthony Pettis at UFC 206 and he hasn’t tasted defeat since losing a decision to Conor McGregor in 2013. "I'm a fighter, and all I want to do is fight. The big money and the spotlight all comes after getting the job done and that's what I'm going to do at UFC 212. I'm going to prove to the world once and for all I'm the best featherweight on the planet." $5 Cover
Saturday June 3 6:00pm Saturday June 3 10:00pm America/Los_Angeles UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight champion, Max Holloway, is oozing with confidence ahead of his title unification match against current division kingpin, Jose Aldo, which is set to go down on June 3, 2017 at UFC 212 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While “Blessed” knows that kind of pedigree Aldo carries into the cage with him, he says it’s nothing new, as the Brazilian bomber’s game hasn’t exactly evolved over the years. In fact, the only thing that concerns Max about the fight is “Junior” not showing up at all. "I have no concerns at all with anything he may or may not do," Holloway said. "All these things he's been saying, I welcome it all. Come on and let's do it. When it comes to the fight he's been doing the same thing for years, but when it comes down to it you have to stop him. He's going to have to stop me, too,” Max told Flo Combat. “When I see these things from him it's a sign his head isn't in the right place,” he said. “He's too worried. He's asking people to go find out things instead of focusing on what he needs to do, because believe you me I'm coming for him at UFC 212.” "We have no concerns at all. We just want him to show up on June 3, because I'm going to be standing right there. He just needs to show up on that damn date, and let's do this thing." Aldo has a history of pulling out of title fights, including his first proposed date against Conor McGregor back at UFC 189. So while “Blessed” has that in the back of his mind, he’ll move right along to the next one should Jose be a no-show. "I can't worry about what he's going to do or not do," Holloway said. "Jose could very well do Jose things and not show up, but I can't worry about that. If he doesn't show up, then it's onto the next one. We don't cry about spilled milk over here. We keep it moving. People ask me why it took so long for me to get a title shot, and I've said time and time again that I am willing to beat every single guy at the top until there are no questions or doubts remaining. That's what I've done, and I have zero complaints. A win over Aldo would be the latest accomplishment for the Hawaiian, who won the interim title by taking out Anthony Pettis at UFC 206 and he hasn’t tasted defeat since losing a decision to Conor McGregor in 2013. "I'm a fighter, and all I want to do is fight. The big money and the spotlight all comes after getting the job done and that's what I'm going to do at UFC 212. I'm going to prove to the world once and for all I'm the best featherweight on the planet." $5 Cover Hurricanes Bar & Grill Hurricanes Bar & Grill hurricanesbar@hotmail.com