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How To Watch ‘Ngannou Vs. Velasquez’ Tonight On ESPN!

The heavyweight action spills into the Octagon later tonight (Sun., Feb. 17, 2019) at UFC on ESPN 1 from inside Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, as former champion Cain Velasquez makes his long-awaited return against knockout artist and former title challenger Francis Ngannou.

In addition to the heavyweight main event, lightweight contenders James Vick and Paul Felder will square off in the co-headliner, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu prodigy Kron Gracie will make his anticipated Octagon debut against veteran Alex Caceres, Cortney Casey will lock horns with Cynthia Calvillo in an important women’s strawweight affair, Aljamain Sterling will test his skill against bantamweight contender Jimmie Rivera, and talented women’s flyweight contender Andrea Lee will make her return to the cage against battle-tested veteran Ashlee Evans-Smith.

Take a look below at UFC Phoenix’s complete fight card lineup and start times:

Main Card (ESPN)
9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT

Francis Ngannou vs. Cain Velasquez
James Vick vs. Paul Felder
Cortney Casey vs. Cynthia Calvillo
Alex Caceres vs. Kron Gracie
Vicente Luque vs. Bryan Barberena
Andre Fili vs. Myles Jury

‘Prelims’ Undercard (ESPN)
7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT

Jimmie Rivera vs. Aljamain Sterling
Benito Lopez vs. Manny Bermudez
Ashlee Evans-Smith vs. Andrea Lee
Scott Holtzman vs. Nik Lentz

Early ‘Prelims’ Undercard (ESPN+)
5:30 p.m. ET / 2:30 p.m. PT

Renan Barao vs. Luke Sanders
Jessica Penne vs. Jodie Esquibel
Aleksandra Albu vs. Emily Whitmire

Here are all the ways to catch the action:

Online

Television

Tablet/Mobile

Bars

  • Check out a list of sports bars and pubs near you that will most likely be showing tonight’s fights CLICK HERE.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC on ESPN 1 fight card on fight night (click here), starting with the ESPN+ “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET, before the ESPN main card start time at 9 p.m. ET.

For much more on UFC on ESPN click here.

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How To Watch ‘Assuncao Vs. Moraes 2’ Tonight!

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Feb. 2, 2019) at UFC Fight Night 144 live on ESPN+ from inside Northeast Olympic Training Center in Fortaleza, Brazil, as top bantamweights Raphael Assuncao and Marlon Moraes lock horns in a main event rematch for No. 1 contender rights.

In addition to the sizzling bantamweight headliner, former UFC featherweight champion and all-time great Jose Aldo will return to the Octagon against surging Brazilian contender Renato Moicano, two-time UFC title challenger Demian Maia will try to turn back the clock against rising welterweight finisher Lyman Good, and renowned submission specialist Charles Oliveira will try to finish his fourth-straight fight when he collides with Swedish striker David Teymur.

Take a look below at UFC Fortaleza’s complete fight card lineup and start times:

Main Card (ESPN+)

8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT

Raphael Assuncao vs. Marlon Moraes
Jose Aldo vs. Renato Moicano
Demian Maia vs. Lyman Good
Charles Oliveira vs. David Teymur
Johnny Walker vs. Justin Ledet
Livia Renata Souza vs. Sarah Frota

Preliminary Card (ESPN+)

5:00 p.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. PT

Markus Perez vs. Anthony Hernandez
Thiago Alves vs. Max Griffin
Mara Romero Borella vs. Taila Santos
Junior Albini vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik
Geraldo de Freitas Jr. vs. Felipe Colares
Ricardo Ramos vs. Said Nurmagomedov
Rogério Bontorin vs. Magomed Bibulatov

Here are all the ways to catch the action:

Online

Television

Tablet/Mobile

Bars

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MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 144 fight card, starting with the ESPN+ “Prelims” undercard bouts at 5 p.m. ET, followed by the ESPN+ main card start time at 8 p.m. ET.

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LIVE! RIZIN 14 Results, Streaming Updates Tonight

RIZIN returns yet again for Japanese MMA’s traditional New Year’s Eve spectacular on FITE.TV. Unfortunately, the main attraction — a boxing exhibition between Floyd Mayweather and kickboxing superstar Tenshin Nasukawa — will not air in North America or Japan. We will still endeavor to give you all live updates, though.

MMAmania will have LIVE coverage of RIZIN 14, starting with the FITE.TV broadcast (watch it) at 1 a.m. ET later this evening (technically Dec. 31, 2018).

Even without Mayweather vs. Tenshin, though, the card remains fairly stacked. Fans willing to get up/stay up in time will get to see Kyoji Horiguchi — the best fighter outside of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) — take on Bellator Bantamweight king Darrion Caldwell in a cool cross-promotional gimmick. Other attractions include a clash between top Atomweight fighters Kanna Asakura and Ayaka Hamasaki, the return of blue-chip Light Heavyweight Jiri Prochazka, the latest freakshow from Gabi Garcia, and what should be an absolute banger between UFC vets Daron Cruickshank and Damien Brown.

RIZIN 14 QUICK RESULTS

Floyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa
Kyoji Horiguchi vs Darrion Caldwell
Kanna Asakura vs Ayaka Hamasaki
Jiri Prochazka vs Brandon Halsey — Prochazka def. Halsey by submission (punches) in Round One
Gabi Garcia vs Barbara Nepomuceno — Garcia def. Nepomuceno by submission (americana) at 2:39 of Round One
Daron Cruickshank vs Damien Brown — Cruickshank def. Brown by submission (guillotine choke) at 4:19 of Round One
Mika Nagano vs Miyuu Yamamoto — Yamamoto def. Nagano by unanimous decision
Kazuyuki Miyata vs Erson Yamamoto — Miyata def. Yamamoto by submission (hammerlock) at 3:23 Round Two
Yusuke Yachi vs Johnny Case — Case def. Yachi by TKO (eye injury) at 4:47 Round Two
Yuki Motoya vs Justin Scoggins — Motoya def. Scoggins by submission (teepee choke) at 3:28 of Round One
Ulka Sasaki vs Manel Kape — Sasaki def. Kape by unanimous decision
Shinju Auclair vs Justyna Haba — Haba def. Auclair by technical submission (rear naked choke) at 3:41 of Round Two
Tyson Nobumitsu vs Tofiq Musayev — Musayev def. Tyson by TKO (punches) at 1:19 of Round Two
RENA vs Samantha Jean Francois

RIZIN 14 ROUND-BY-ROUND COVERAGE

Floyd Mayweather vs. Tenshin Nasukawa

Round one:

Round two:

Round three:

Final result:

Kyoji Horiguchi vs Darrion Caldwell

Round one:

Round two:

Round three:

Final result:

Kanna Asakura vs Ayaka Hamasaki

Round one:

Round two:

Round three:

Final result:

Jiri Prochazka vs Brandon Halsey

Round one: Halsey shoots, moves directly to the back. One hook in. One minute in. They spin to half guard. Short elbows from Halsey, who takes side control. Prochazka gets to his knees, only for Halsey to latch onto a guillotine in half guard. Prochazka trying to grit it out. Full mount now. Halsey tries to convert to a one-handed version, but loses it. He takes the back, but Prochazka scrambles out and cracks him on the way up. Flying knee attempt. Halsey gets tangled up in the ropes, prompting a pause. Lead right from Prochazka. Halsey shoots through a flying knee. Prochazka defends with an underhook, lands a knee. Halsey falls through the ropes again, apparently of his own volition, and appears to hurt his back. He takes his time getting back in the ring and gets a yellow card for the delay. Halsey shoots, cracked with a knee, falls through the ropes again. Not all the way out this time. He looks desperate. Takes an eye poke. Five minutes in.

Halsey lands an overhand right and shoots in the corner. Prochazka with an anaconda, can’t get it and surrenders the takedown. Halsey moves to the back, nearly gets the choke, loses top position. Prochazka dropping heavy punches. Halsey covers up and taps to strikes

Final result: Prochazka def. Halsey by submission (punches)

Gabi Garcia vs Barbara Nepomuceno

Round one: 3-2 lands for Garcia. Nepomuceno whiffs on an overhand right. Garcia spamming punches as she advances. Right hands connect and she gets over-unders briefly. Nepomuceno with double unders now a minute in. They separate, then Garcia ties up again. She drags Nepomuceno to the mat and takes side control. Short punches from Garcia two minutes in. She threatens an americana for a second, then gets it on her second try.

Final result: Garcia def. Nepomuceno by submission (americana)

Daron Cruickshank vs Damien Brown

Round one: They open the fight trading in the center. Brown changes levels, denied, avoids a head kick on the way up. Lead right from Brown a minute in. Cruickshank connects with a spinning back fist and tries to follow up with a flying knee. He ties up in the corner. Cruickshank tries a spinning elbow, lands body kicks. Cruickshank with a right downstairs. Brown trips him up with a low kick. Straight right connects as Cruickshank kicks his legs, then lands a soccer kick. Cruickshank in the front headlock, landing knees. Brown lands a right on the break. Two minutes to go.

Cruickshank prodding with his jab, fires a spinning back fist, head kick, and spinning back kick. They trade on the ropes. Brown misses a head kick, lands a spinning back fist to follow up. Cruickshank looks for an elbow, hits a takedown into guard but lands in a guillotine. Brown locks up his legs and squeezes his way to a finish.

Final result: Brown def. Cruickshank by submission (guillotine choke)

Mika Nagano vs Miyuu Yamamoto

Round one: Yamamoto on the advance. Straight left lands and she opens up in the corner. Good 1-2. Nagano shoots, sprawled on. Yamamoto landing punches as she defends. Knees to the head, more punches. Two minutes in. Yamamoto continues to land. Hard right hands in the corner. Two minutes to go.

More hammerfists and punches. One minute to go. Yamamoto keeps it up until the bell. She’s got a sizable lead.

Round two: Very slow start to the round. Nagano shoots, eats knees from the sprawling Yamamoto. Nagano regaining guard. She gets it. Looking for rubber guard. Two minutes in. Mostly just control so far. Ref stands them up with two minutes to go.

Lead left from Yamamoto. They mostly just stand at range until that lase few seconds, which see Yamamoto hit an inside strip. Yamamoto still well ahead.

Round three: Yamamoto opens with a body kick. Jab upstairs. Straight left by Nagano. Counter right hook from Yamamoto a minute in. Again. Nagano shoots, stuffed, eats more knees. Body punches. Elbows to the body as Nagano regains guard two minutes in. Half guard now. Two minutes to go.

Yamamoto landing short ground-and-pound. Nagano regains guard and looks for moission control with a minute to go. Ref stands them up with twenty seconds left. Nagano lands a right. Clear win for Yamamoto.

Final result: Yamamoto def. Nagano by unanimous decision

Kazuyuki Miyata vs Erson Yamamoto

Round one: They collide in the center with flying knees to start the fight. Yamamoto pressing him against the ropes. He gets double underhooks and takes Miyata down into guard. Miyata threatens a triangle, so Yamamoto stands up straight to wriggle out. Miyata transitions to an armbar, then back to the triangle. Yamamoto slams his way out two minutes in. Good right hand from Yamamoto. Miyata threatens a sweep, then goes back to the triangle with two minutes to go.

Yamamoto again slams his way out and moves to half guard. Miyata snatches a kimura and sweeps into side control. Yamamoto using his legs to hold his hand steady, lands knees to the head and scrambles to his feet. Leg kick lands for Yamamoto. Miyata in the lead thanks to submission attempt.

Round two: Leg kick and straight right from Yamamoto. Miyata lands a left. Counter rights from Yamamoto. He tries a head kick. One minute in. Yamamoto hops in with a knee and drops Miyata with a right hand behind it. He follows Miyata down into side control, then half guard. Full guard. Good elbows from Yamamoto. A scramble ensues. Yamamoto misses a knee, lands punches and goes back into guard. Two minutes to go.

Miyata grabs a vicious-looking hammerlock, sweeping into mount and forcin ghte tap.

Final result: Miyata def. Yamamoto by submission (hammerlock)

Yusuke Yachi vs Johnny Case

Round one: Low kick from Yachi, head kick attempt from Case. 1-2 catches Yachi on one leg and Case follows up with a takedown into side control. Things slow way down. Yachi regains guard and scrambles to his feet tow minutes in. Case looking for a single-leg in the corner. They separate. Low kick from Yachi, then a body kick. Case lands a 1-2-1. Two minutes to go.

Check hook rattles Case, who shoots in response. Yachi lands a knee on the break. Case lands a body kick. Yachi tries a head kick, knocked back by a right hand. One minute to go. Both try 1-2s. Yachi lands a right hook to kick off a heavy exchange. Both try head kicks. Straight right from Case, right hook from Yachi. Close first round, maybe favoring Case a bit.

Round two: Yachi’s right eye is badly swollen, but he comes out for the next round. Counter hook lands for Yachi. Head kick attempt. Low kick from Case. 3-2 lands on the counter. One minute in. Case ducks a left hand for a takedown into butterfly guard. Yachi holding him close with an overhook. He briefly looks for a triangle/armbar. Two minutes to go.

Yachi tries an upkick and scrambles up. Low kick exchange. One minute to go. Yachi tries a head kick and they trade hooks. Both land hard near the corner. Hard left hand and Yachi’s eye is pouring blood. Ref steps in. There’s just too much damage to the eye and the ref calls it.

Final result: Case def. Yachi by TKO (eye injury)

Yuki Motoya vs Justin Scoggins

Round one: Motoya targeting the lead leg early. Head kick from Scoggins. 2-1 lands. Switching stance. Side kick and hook kick attempts. Motoya ties up a minute in, gets pressed against the ropes for a moment. 1-2-head kick attempt, then a body kick from Scoggins. Motoya buzzes him with a straight right, eats a left on the ropes. Scoggins hits a takedown into guard. Motoya tries a triangle, stymied by Scoggins’ hand. Two minutes in. The hand’s out and the triangle is locked in. This is deep. Two minutes to go.

Trading hammerfists. Motoya transitions to a teepee choke and gets the finish.

Final result: Motoya def. Scoggins by submission (teepee choke)

Ulka Sasaki vs Manel Kape

Round one: Sasaki pressuring early. Kape catches a pair of kicks, lands a body shot. Trading punches in the center. Kape taunts, digs a right to the body. Sasaki with a body kick. Short right from Kape. Hard right hand and left hook. Step-back right connects a minute in. Sasaki goes for a low single in the corner. He completes it after a long struggle. Kape scrambles up and sprawls on the next shot, but Sasaki continues to drive. Again Kape scrambles up and puts him on the ropes. Trading knees. They separate. Two minutes to go.

Head kick and lefts from Sasaki. Low kick lands. Body kick, low kick, head kick attempt. Straight left, counter knee. Knee upstairs with a minute to go. They trade power hands. Sasaki hits another low takedown on the ropes. He quickly transitions to the back, but loses it and lands elbows. Kape sweeps into side control. Sasaki ahead.

Round two: Kape lands a jab and head kick, then stuffs a takedown. Check hook from Sasaki, Kape comes back with a combo that drops Sasaki. Sasaki shoots, eats a knee on the way up. Well-timed level change from Sasaki puts him in half guard. Lovely transition to the back. Looking for the choke with one hook in. Dropping left hands. Kape spins into half guard two minutes in. Kape gets to his knees, separates, gets taken down again on the ropes. Sasaki pulls his head out of a guillotine with two minutes to go.

Sasaki passes to side control, then starts dropping punches and elbows from the crucifix. He goes to mount and the back in quick succession. One minute to go. He worms his forearm under Kape’s chin, can’t complete it. Looking to soften him up with punches. Kape saved by the bell as the ground-and-pound continue. Kape will need something massive to win this.

Round three: Kape stuffs an early takedown. 2-1 from Sasaki. One minute in. Kape with a straight right. Sasaki lands a straight left, can’t complete a shot. Overhand left from Kape. Straight from Sasaki. He shoots again, sprawled on. Two minutes in. Head kick attempt from Sasaki. Body kicks. Kape lands a lead left, eats jabs. Two minutes to go.

Sasaki with another low takedown, eats hammerfists from Kape but completes it. Half guard. Sasaki maintaining position well. Kape tries to scramble free from his knees, can’t do so. Sasaki should certainly get the decision.

Final result: Sasaki def. Kape by unanimous decision

Shinju Auclair vs Justyna Haba

Round one: Both women looking to find their range in the early going. Right hand lands for Haba. Both connect with rights in the corner. Another overhand by Haba. One minute in. Right cross from Auclair and she ties up. Can’t get the trip. They trade rights near the corner. Haba lands a low kick, eats a right hand and slugs her with her own in the clinch. Two minutes in. Auclair drops her with a right hand on the ropes and follows her down into guard. Haba clears her head and quickly transitions from a triangle to an armbar. Auclair working her elbow free. Two minutes to go.

Haba transitions to a toe hold, eats heel kicks to the face. Auclair escapes and transitions to the back. Auclair with some knees on the turtling Haba, then puts in a hook. She goes for an armbar, runs out of time. Auclair ahead.

Round two: Auclair wades in with a series of right hands and attempts a clinch. Haba with a left on the break. Haba lands her own rights inside. Auclair looks for a head-and-arm throw and puts in both hooks on the way down. Haba spins into her guard. Auclair goes for an armbar, but surrenders mount. Haba dropping punches two minutes in. Elbows as well. She continues to land. Two minutes to go.

Auclair surrendering her back. Haba pins an arm down with her leg and locks up the RNC, putting Auclair to sleep.

Final result: Haba def. Auclair by technical submission (rear naked choke)

Tyson Nobumitsu vs Tofiq Musayev

Round one: Musayev switching stance constantly. Low kick from Tyson. Leg kick exchange. Musayev tries a head kick. One minute in. Tyson leg kick. Musayev tries a spinning back kick. Two minutes in. Both whiff on overhand rights. They exchange on the ropes. Good punching flurry from Musayev. Two minutes to go.

Tyson leg kick, Musayev straight right. Wheel kick falls short. Tyson blasts him with a 2-3 inside. Low kick exchange. One minute to go. Counter right lands for Musayev. Spinning back fist to body kick. Musayev lands a left hook and hits a takedown before dropping heavy ground-and-pound at the bell. He’s moderately ahead so far.

Round two: Trading kicks to start the round. Musayev lands an overhand right and takes him down in the corner. Punches from Musayev. One minute in. Musayev ramps up the hammerfists to prompt the stoppage.

Final result: Musayev def. Tyson by TKO (punches)

RENA vs Samantha Jean Francois

Round one:

Round two:

Round three:

Final result:

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How To Watch ‘Wilder Vs. Fury’ Tonight In LA!

One of the best heavyweight boxing matches in recent memory will unfold later tonight (Sat., Dec. 1, 2018) live on Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., when Tyson Fury (27-0, 19 KO) returns to the ring to challenge undefeated champion Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KO) for his WBC heavyweight title.

This will be the third fight of 2018 for Fury, who stepped away from the boxing world in 2015 following a decision win over then WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring, and lineal heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. As for Wilder, this will be his chance to take out one of the best heavyweight fighters in the world today and further solidify his title as the most dangerous man on the planet.

To make sure you don’t miss the main card action see below for complete details on how to watch “Wilder vs. Fury” in its entirety:

International Viewing (U.K.):

Start Time:

  • “Wilder. vs. Fury” PPV main card begins at 2:00 a.m. GMT (Sunday)

Price Tag:

  • £19.95

Viewing Options:

  • Sky TV: If you’ve got a Sky TV subscription you can order the action through the BT website or through your TV on channel 490.
  • BT TV: If you’ve got a BT TV subscription you can order the action via BT Sport Box Office events on BT TV, channel 494. See complete details here.

Domestic Viewing (U.S.):

Start Time:

  • “Wilder vs. Fury” PPV main card begins at 9:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. PT (Saturday)

Price Tag:

  • $ 74.99

Viewing Options:

Online Viewing:

Gaming Devices

  • Click HERE for PlayStation 4 viewing details

Movie Theater

  • Click HERE for Fathom Events viewing details. Tickets start at $ 25.00.

Be sure to stick with MMAmania.com for complete “Wilder vs. Fury” coverage and results all weekend long right here.

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How To Watch ‘Magny Vs. Ponzinibbio’ Tonight!

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Nov. 17, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 140 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Parque Roca Arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as welterweight knockout artist Santiago Ponzinibbio makes his return to the Octagon on home soil against perennial contender Neil Magny.

In addition to the main event, former UFC featherweight title challenger Ricardo Lamas will try to end his first two-fight losing streak when he takes on division brawler Darren Elkins, surging light heavyweight finisher Khalil Rountree will try to take out Brazilian newcomer Johnny Walker, and women’s strawweight contender Cynthia Calvillo will look to shake off a bad weight cut in her opening main card bout opposite Brazilian knockout artist Poliana Botelho.

Check out below to find out when and where to watch UFC Fight Night 140 in its totality.

FIGHT PASS “Prelims” 7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: Brazil

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Brazil, Latin America, San Marino, Vatican City, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

FOX Sports 1 Main Card 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT

Online Airings

Pay-Per-View on UFC.tv: Available Latin America

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Australia, Canada*, UK, Brazil, Portugal, Sweden, Netherlands, Latin America, Italy, India, Denmark, Finland, Norway, France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg San Marino, Vatican City, Sub-Saharan Africa, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Poland, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

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MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 140 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bout at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” undercard bouts at 8 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 10 p.m. ET, also on FOX Sports 1.

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How To Watch ‘Korean Zombie vs. Rodriguez’ Tonight!

The action unfolds later tonight (Sat., Nov. 10, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 139 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, as featherweight contenders “Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung and Yair Rodriguez lock horns in an enticing main event.

In addition to the headlining act, veteran Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone will try to become the winningest fighter in UFC history when he takes on welterweight rival Mike Perry, former UFC women’s featherweight champion Germaine De Randamie will make her return to the Octagon against former bantamweight title challenger Raquel Pennington, and former Ultimate Fighter standouts Mike Trizano and Luis Pena will finally collide at 155 pounds.

Check out below to find out when and where to watch UFC Fight Night 139 in its totality.

FIGHT PASS “Prelims” 7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: Brazil

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Brazil, Latin America, San Marino, Vatican City, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

FOX Sports 1 Main Card 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT

Online Airings

Pay-Per-View on UFC.tv: Available Latin America

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Australia, Canada*, UK, Brazil, Portugal, Sweden, Netherlands, Latin America, Italy, India, Denmark, Finland, Norway, France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg San Marino, Vatican City, Sub-Saharan Africa, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Poland, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

Need a local bar/pub solution? Check out a list of sports bars and pubs near you that will most likely be showing tonight’s fights CLICK HERE.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 139 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bout at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” undercard bouts at 8 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 10 p.m. ET, also on FOX Sports 1.

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How To Watch ‘Oezdemir Vs. Smith’ Tonight!

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Oct. 27, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 138 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Avenir Centre in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, as former UFC light heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir tries to end Anthony Smith’s divisional ascension.

In addition to the main event clash, former lightweight contender Michael Johnson will take another shot at featherweight against Conor McGregor teammate Artem Lobov, promising light heavyweight standout Misha Cirkunov will look to snap a two-fight losing streak when he takes on the always game Patrick Cummins, and bantamweight veteran Andre Soukhamthath welcomes talented prospect Jonathan Martinez to the famed Octagon.

Check out below to find out when and where to watch UFC Fight Night 138 in its totality.

FIGHT PASS “Prelims” 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: Brazil

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Brazil, Latin America, San Marino, Vatican City, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

FOX Sports 1 Main Card 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT

Online Airings

Pay-Per-View on UFC.tv: Available Latin America

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Excluded Countries: US, Australia, Canada*, UK, Brazil, Portugal, Sweden, Netherlands, Latin America, Italy, India, Denmark, Finland, Norway, France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg San Marino, Vatican City, Sub-Saharan Africa, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Poland, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea

Cable/Satellite Airings

  • North America

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

  • Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

  • Pacific Rim

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

  • Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

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Dana White: ‘There’s a Lot of Repercussions’ for What Khabib’s Team Did Tonight

UFC 229 will forever be remembered for what happened after Khabib Nurmagomedov submitted Conor McGregor to retain his lightweight belt at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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Live! UFC 229 Results & Play-By-Play TONIGHT!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to “Sin City” tonight (Sat., Oct. 6, 2018) with its UFC 229: “Khabib vs. McGregor” pay-per-view (PPV) mixed martial arts (MMA) event, held inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, with select “Prelims” undercard bouts coming to you by way of FOX Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass digital network. As the name suggests, UFC 229 is headlined by the lightweight championship title fight pitting reigning division kingpin Khabib Nurmagomedov opposite ex-lightweight titleholder Conor McGregor. The victor is likely to fight the winner of Tony Ferguson vs. Anthony Pettis, which co-headlines the UFC 229 extravaganza and serves as “El Cucuy’s” first bout inside the cage since last spring’s devastating knee injury. Also, Derrick Lewis could punch his way into the next heavyweight title shot by turning away Bellator import and streaking 265-pound contender Alexander Volkov.

That’s not all. Not by a long shot.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 229 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the televised fisticuffs to share their thoughts on all the exciting action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment (or 229) before you split and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it always turns out to be a great discussion.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after “Khabib vs. McGregor” Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC 229 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)

UFC 229 QUICK RESULTS:

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor
Tony Ferguson vs. Anthony Pettis
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Dominick Reyes
Derrick Lewis vs. Alexander Volkov
Michelle Waterson vs. Felice Herrig — Waterson def. Herrig by unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28, 30-27)
Jussier Formiga vs. Sergio Pettis — Formiga def. Pettis by unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28 x2)
Vicente Luque vs. Jalin Turner — Luque def. Turner by KO (punches) at 3:52 of Round One
Aspen Ladd vs. Tonya Evinger — Ladd def. Evinger by TKO (punches) at 3:26 of Round One
Scott Holtzman vs. Alan Patrick — Holtzman def. Patrick by KO (elbows) at 3:42 of Round Three
Yana Kunitskaya vs. Lina Lansberg — Kunitskaya def. Lansberg by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Gray Maynard vs. Nik Lentz — Lentz def. Maynard by TKO (head kick and punches) at 1:19 of Round Two
Ryan LaFlare vs. Tony Martin — Martin def. LaFlare by KO (head kick and punches) at 1:00 of Round Three

UFC 229 LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY:

155 lbs.: UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor

Round 1:

Round 2:

Round 3:

Round 4:

Round 5:

Final result:


155 lbs.: Tony Ferguson vs. Anthony Pettis

Round 1:

Round 2:

Round 3:

Final result:


205 lbs.: Ovince Saint Preux vs. Dominick Reyes

Round 1:

Round 2:

Round 3:

Final result:


265 lbs.: Derrick Lewis vs. Alexander Volkov

Round 1: Volkov lands an early body kick that has Lewis stumbling. A minute into the round, Volkov cracks Lewis with a hard uppercut and follows up with hard punches. Lewis’ right eye appears to be damaged. Volkov backs off, allowing Lewis time to recover. Two minutes in. Volkov pressing forward, flicking out kicks and long punches. Lewis goes for some sort of gnarly reap and winds up on his back. Volkov on top in half guard. Lewis makes it back to his feet and blasts Volkov with a heavy right hand. He wades into the clinch. Two minutes to go.

Volkov gets double unders and lands an outside trip into side control. Short elbows landing for “Drago.” More elbows from Volkov. Lewis rolls to his knees and Volkov gets both hooks in. One minute to go. Lewis manages to turn into top position. Hard elbow. Booming right hand and now Lewis is looking for the finish. Interesting round. 10-9 Volkov.

Round 2: Volkov connects with a hard straight right, again tries to follow up. Lewis overhand right falls short. Lewis abandons a takedown attempt. One minute in. 2-1 from Volkov. 1-2 this time, then an outside trip attempt. Lewis shoots, denied. Counter left hook lands for him. Two minutes in. Neither man looks terribly eager to engage. Body kick from Volkov. Two minutes to go.

Body kick from Volkov, counter right. Head kick attempt. Lewis lands a left hook, caught leaning. One minute to go. Low kicks from Volkov. Lewis whiffs on a haymaker right. Lewis knocks his mouthpiece out with an uppercut inside. 10-9 Volkov.

Round 3:

Final result:


115 lbs.: Michelle Waterson vs. Felice Herrig

Round 1: Herrig pressing forward in the early going. Waterson sending out kicks from her lead leg. Running into some technical difficulties, unfortunately. Based on what I saw, 10-9 Herrig.

MMADecisions, please don’t put this on the site.

Round 2: Things start working a minute into the second round, with Herrig tying Waterson up against the fence. Elbow from Waterson on the break, head kick attempt. Herrig goes for a trip, but gets thrown to the mat. Heavy elbows from Waterson, who takes half guard. Ground-and-pound from Waterson. Two minutes to go.

Waterson unable to pass so far, but landing a steady stream of elbows. Herrig regains guard. One minute to go. Herrig tries to make space, cannot. Upkick attempts. Herrig thinking about a triangle. 10-9 Waterson.

Round 3: Herrig still pressing forward, puts Waterson on the cage. They separate quickly. Waterson goes for a knee tap and gets hurled to the mat, looking for an armbar as she does. Herrig avoids it, eats elbows. One minute in. Herrig staying heavy. Two minutes in. Waterson looks for an omoplata, Herrig pulls her arm out. Ref stands them up. Waterson immediately looks for a takedown, denied. Two minutes to go.

Herrig puts her on the cage with double underhooks. Waterson pushes her away. Herrig swings to the body, eats a side kick. One minute to go. Waterson shoots, denied with underhooks. Axe kick from Waterson connects. They trade knees to the body. Back to the clinch, back to the knees. Waterson’s are better. Elbow from Waterson. 10-9 Herrig.

Final result: Waterson def. Herrig by unanimous decision


125 lbs.: Jussier Formiga vs. Sergio Pettis

Round 1: Pettis switching stances already. Jab from Formiga. Good exchange in the center. One minute in. Low kick from Pettis. 1-2-1 from Formiga, 1-2 from Pettis. Pettis tries a hook kick. Two minutes in. Pettis flicking out his jab. Low kick lands for him. Short uppercut by Formiga. Pettis low kick, Formiga overhand. Two minutes to go.

Formiga goes for a single-leg, can’t keep Pettis down. Lead right from the Brazilian, who hits a double-leg into guard. One minute to go. Pettis playing defense. 10-9 Formiga.

Round 2: Straight left by Pettis. One minute in. Pettis catches him coming in, avoids a swatting left hook. Formiga shoots in, denied. Pettis pops him with a jab. Two minutes in. Left hook by Formiga. Pettis tries a combo, head kick. Two minutes to go.

Formiga grabs a body lock to take Pettis back into guard. Pettis using his legs to try and keep Formiga away, cannot do so. One minute to go. Pettis again using a body triangle to keep Formiga close. Formiga passes to half guard. Lockdown guard from Pettis, looks to elevate. Pettis scrambles to his feet. 10-9 Formiga.

Round 3: Left hook lands for Pettis. Formiga shoots off a jab, transitions right to Pettis’ back and locks up the body triangle. One minute in. Pettis standing, pressing him against the cage. Two minutes in. Formiga trying to soften him up. elbow’s under Pettis’ chin, fighting for the other hand. Two minutes to go.

Formiga going harder for the choke, but Pettis defending well. One minute to go. Formiga still latched on, still trying to soften him up. Pettis looks like he wants to slam him. 10-9 Formiga.

Final result: Formiga def. Pettis by unanimous decision


170 lbs.: Vicente Luque vs. Jalin Turner

Round 1: Turner firing his jab at range. Low kick from Luque. Again. Turner landing the jab. 1-2. One minute in. Luque jab, Turner right hook. Left hand lands for Turner on the counter. Left hook and straight right from Luque. Same combo again. Heavy counters. Lead left. Turner with a nice body kick. Two minutes in. Counter left hook by Luque. Step-in knee from Turner. They trade left hands. Turner leg kick answered by a left hook. Two minutes to go.

Turner goes for a flying knee. Body kick lands for him, then a Brazilian kick attempt. Tight right hand from Vicente, met by a straight left. Spinning back elbow by Turner, but Luque catches him with a right hand as he spins and just pulverizes him with follow-up shots.

Final result: Luque def. Turner by KO (punches)


135 lbs.: Aspen Ladd vs. Tonya Evinger

Round 1: Nice exchanges on the inside. Evinger getting the better of it. She takes Ladd to the fence, knees the body. One minute in. Evinger still grinding on the cage. Ladd reverses, avoids a trip, wins the scramble. Ladd on top, landing right hands. Big punches, now some elbows as well on a turtling Eveinger. Two minutes in. Ladd tries to take the back. Evinger defending well. Now both hooks in. Looking for the arm triangle, not there, goes back to the back. Crunching elbows. Two minutes to go.

Ladd battering her with punches and in comes the ref.

Final result: Ladd def. Evinger by TKO (punches)


155 lbs.: Scott Holtzman vs. Alan Patrick

Round 1: Trading kicks to start. Big left hook stings Patrick near the cage. Spinning back kick attempt by the Brazilian. Low kick from Holtzman. One minute in. Patrick fires an overhand left and looks for a knee tap without success. Shifting left hand connects for him. Two minutes in. Holtzman whiffs on a left hook. Low kick lands for him. Body kick attempt for Patrick. Holtzman lands a head kick and a low kick, stuffing Patrick’s shots. Two minutes to go.

Counter right from Holtzman, then on the lead. They separate. Patrick tries a wheel kick. One minute to go. Inside leg kick trips Patrick and allows Holtzman to take half guard. Nice elbows landing for “Hot Sauce.” Patrick tries a head kick off his back. 10-9 Holtzman.

Round 2: Holtzman tries a head kick, stuffs a takedown, avoids a jumping kick. Counter right makes Patrick stumble. The Brazilian can’t keep him down on a takedown attempt. Low kicks by Holtzman. One minute in. Patrick lands a pair of lefts. Straight right comes back at him. Counter right, left hook. Looks like another clash of heats as Holtzman shoots in. He gets Patrick down against the cage. Hard right hands by Holtzman. Patrick looks for a leg, not there. Back to guard. Heavy elbows from Holtzman. Patrick scrambles up with two minutes to go.

Holtzman whiffs on a left, nearly eats one in return before re-entering the clinch. One minute to go. Elbow lands on the break and he avoids a head kick. Patrick charges after him and looks for his own takedown. 10-9 Holtzman.

Round 3: Holtzman fires a head kick and Patrick once again charges him with punches. Low kick by Holtzman, who blasts him with a counter right. One minute to go. Straight left lands for Patrick, then a 3-2. Lancing counter right lands for Holtzman. Same punch lands again immediately afterwards and drops Patrick. Holtzman fighting to pound him out, takes mount. Brutal shots. Patrick gets back to guard, still taking damage. Two minutes to go.

Back to mount. Brutal elbows and out go the lights.

Final result: Holtzman def. Patrick by KO (elbows)


135 lbs.: Yana Kunitskaya vs. Lina Lansberg

Round 1: Lansberg on the advance. She catches a low kick from Kunitskaya and they tie up. Double underhooks for Lansberg. Kunitskaya hits a nice uchi mata into half guard. One minute in. Full guard now. Kunitskaya grabs a can opening to try to force her guard open. Two minutes in. Lansberg tries to kick her away. She gets to a knee against the cage. Kunitskaya looking for the back. Lansberg makes it to her feet, eats a knee. Two minutes to go.

Trading knees inside. Lansberg grabs a body lock. Another nice throw from Kunitskaya, this one into side control. Ground-and-pound until the bell. 10-9 Kunitskaya.

Round 2: Body kick lands for Kunitskaya. Counter left hook, front kick upstairs. Kunitskaya keeping her at range, lands a leg and body kicks. She marches into the clinch. One minute in. trading knee once again. Ref splits them up for some reason. Two minutes in. Kunitskaya still keeping her at range. 1-2 lands for Lansberg. She digs a pair of body shots. Two minutes to go.

Kunitskaya puts her on the cage once again. More knees from Kunitskaya, sharp elbow. Lansberg looking for a weird side choke, not there. Kunitskaya gets her down, Lansberg looking for the back. Now a kimura attempt. 10-9 Kunitskaya.

Round 3: Lansberg still marching forward, but struggling to get past the jab and kicks. 1-2 from Lansberg. Kunitskaya puts her on the cage again. Short knees from Kunitskaya a minute in. She gets Lansberg down. Lansberg on one knee, trying to stand and eating punches. They separate two minutes in. Kunitskaya ties up once again, this time with double overhooks. Over-unders. Two minutes to go.

Kunitskaya separates, goes right back in. Looks for a throw, not there. One minute to go. Ref separates them. Kunitskaya pops her with a jab. Body kick from Lansberg. Right hand connects. Kunitskaya comes back with a jab and leg kick. Knee and elbow connect. Lansberg tries a body kick and gets taken down for it. 10-9 Kunitskaya.

Final result: Kunitskaya def. Lansberg by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)


155 lbs.: Gray Maynard vs. Nik Lentz

Round 1: Maynard orthodox, Lentz southpaw. Right hooks and leg kicks from Lentz. He ducks a big swing, pops him with a combination on the fence. Right hook stuns Maynard and Lentz shoots in. Right hands piling up for Lentz. He trags Maynard to his knees, constantly landing punches. Maynard makes it to his feet, avoids a knee two minutes in. Lentz counters a body kick with a right hand, then hurts him with another right. Hard uppercut from Maynard in return. Lentz gets him to the mat, then pulls guard on a guillotine. He rolls Maynard over, but abandons it. Half guard for Lentz with two minutes to go.

Back to full guard, landing shots. BIG right hands from Lentz, looking for the finish. Maynard gets to a knee. Lentz thumping him with left hands, then heavy knees. Elbow on the break. 10-7 Lentz.

Round 2: Maynard takes an early eye poke. Maynard coming on aggressively, throwing heat. Lentz clips him with a right hook. BIG right hand hurts Lentz! Lentz hurts him right back! One minute in. Head kick and down goes Maynard. The ref finally steps in.

Final result: Lentz def. Maynard by TKO (head kick and punches)


170 lbs.: Ryan LaFlare vs. Tony Martin

Round 1: LaFlare sending out early kicks. Superman punches as well. Martin takes a low blow a minute in. Back to the kicks goes LaFlare. 1-2s from Martin in return. Martin trips him up, can’t get on top. They tie up in the center and Martin takes him to the fence two minutes in. They separate. Counter right connects for Martin. Another. LaFlare comes back with a straight left. Two minutes to go.

Two body kicks by LaFlare. Leg kick met by a straight right. Right catches LaFlare coming in and briefly sends him stumbling. One minute to go. martin catches him coming in with an uppercut, eats another body kick. LaFlare shoots and takes him to the cage. Close round. 10-9 Martin.

Round 2: Low kick from Martin. Body kicks from LaFlare in return. Superman punch attempt. Another counter right drops LaFlare. Martin looks to pound him out, appears to turn the lights off for a split second. LaFlare still surviving a minute in. Half guard for Martin and LaFlare’s sporting a cut above the left eye. Butterfly guard now, back to half guard. Two minutes in. Martin threatens a kimura, denies an attempt to sweep. LaFlare rolls to his knees and Martin gets his back. Two minutes to go.

LaFlare manages to regain guard. Martin looks for a front choke. He clamps down on a d’arce. LaFlare manages to spin free and stand after looking close to tapping. One minute to go. LaFlare goes for another Superman punch and eats a glancing right hand. 10-9 Martin.

Round 3: LaFlare still leaning on the kicks, eats a straight right. Low kick trips Martin up for a second and LaFlare tries to follow up with a knee. BIG head kick and LaFlare goes down in a heap, unfortunately still conscious enough for Martin to smash him with hammerfists until the lights go out.

Final result: Martin def. LaFlare by KO (head kick and punches)


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Complete Guide To McGregor Vs. Khabib Tonight At UFC 229!

One of the biggest fights in mixed martial arts (MMA) history will spill over into the Octagon later this evening (Sat., Oct. 6, 2018) at UFC 229 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, when undefeated UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov puts his 155-pound title on the line against a returning Conor McGregor.

Given Nurmagomedov’s professional track record, McGregor’s unprecedented ability to produce historic results in the biggest spots imaginable, and the bad blood that has been boiling between the two lightweights, their UFC 229 clash will be one for the ages.

In order to prepare fight fans for tonight’s potentially record-breaking PPV headliner, MMAMania has compiled all the necessary details into one beautiful guide. Whether it be fight details, recorded trash talk, predictions, betting odds, video previews, face-to-face staredowns, or ceremonial weigh ins, we’ve compiled the best of the best to satisfy your UFC 229: “McGregor vs. Khabib” needs.

Check out the comprehensive list below:

Essentials:

Live! UFC 229 ‘McGregor Vs. Khabib’ Play-By-Play & Updates
How To Watch UFC 229 ‘McGregor Vs. Khabib’ PPV Live Stream
UFC 229 Start Time & TV LIneup
Final Look At UFC 229 Fight Card
Beef Wars! A Full History Of McGregor Vs. Khabib
Video! McGregor Attacks Brooklyn Bus Housing Khabib

Trash Talk:

‘Mystic Mac’ Predicts First-Round KO Of Khabib
Khabib Claims McGregor’s Grandfather Killed The Irish
McGregor Warns ‘Eagle’ Not To Pull Out
UFC 229 ‘Bad Blood’ Full Video Replay (Including “The Slap”)
McGregor Takes Aim At Khabib’s ‘Quivering Coward’ Father
Hey! Where’s Your Bus?
McGregor Is The ‘Piñata Of Combat Sports’
White: UFC 229 Press Conference ‘Darkest Ever’
Khabib Says Dana White Needs To Stop Kissing McGregor’s Ass
McGregor To Khabib: ‘You’d Be Dead If You Got Off That Bus’
McGregor Will Get Choked Out By Khabib’s Manager
Rockhold: McGregor’s On the Brink Of Insanity
Hot Mic! McGregor Verbally Destroys Khabib During Staredown
McGregor Takes To Social Media To Troll Khabib
Khabib’s Father: We Are Not Forgiving Anything McGregor Said
McGregor Takes Aim At All Members Of Team Khabib

Hype and Promos:

UFC 229 Press Conference Pt. 2 Video Replay
UFC 229 Press Conference Pt. 1 Video Replay
UFC 229 ‘Embedded’ Ep. 5
UFC 229 ‘Embedded’ Ep. 4
UFC 229 ‘Embedded’ Ep. 3
UFC 229 ‘Embedded’ Ep. 2
UFC 229 ‘Embedded’ Ep. 1
UFC 229 Open Workouts Video Replay
Video! The Best UFC 229 Promo There Is
McGregor’s Best Post-Fight Victory Speeches
Watch McGregor’s Most Memorable Press Conference Moments
Video! McGregor Destroys Training Partners In Lead Up To UFC 229
Watch ‘Notorious’ KO Alvarez To Become UFC’s First Champ-Champ
UFC 229 Free Fight Video! Khabib Destroys Barboza In Vegas
Here Are Three Awesome UFC 229 Promo Videos!

Previews and Predictions:

McGregor Vs, Khabib Full Fight Video Preview
UFC 229 Fighters Predict McGregor Vs. Khabib Winner
Diaz Says Khabib ‘Scared For His Life’
MMA Media Predicts ‘Notorious’ To Down Khabib
Fighter On Fighter: Breaking Down McGregor
Fighter On Fighter: Breaking Down Khabib
Here’s Why ‘Notorious’ Will Take Out Khabib
Here’s Why ‘Eagle’ Will Ruin McGregor’s UFC Return
UFC 229 Main Card Preview & Predictions
UFC 229 ‘Prelims’ Preview & Predictions
Mayweather Camp Predicts McGregor Vs. Khabib Winner
McGregor Vs. Khabib Predictions! UFC 229, The Herculean Trial

Weigh Ins:

McGregor Vs. Khabib Official Weigh Ins Staredown Video
UFC 229 Ceremonial Weigh Ins Video Replay
UFC 229 Official Early Weigh Ins Video Replay
Video! McGregor, Khabib Officially Make Weight For UFC 229 Title Fight

Betting:

UFC 229: ‘McGregor Vs. Khabib’ Latest Betting Odds

Misc.:

UFC 229 Salaries: McGregor Banks $ 3 Million, Khabib Gets $ 2 Million
McGregor Estimates $ 50 Million Paycheck For UFC 229 Title Fight
White Says UFC 229 Trending Towards 3 Million PPV Buys
McGregor Financially Set For Life Heading Into UFC 229
McGregor’s Proper No. 12 Irish Whiskey Official UFC 229 Sponsor

There’s certainly a lot to digest here, but it’ll all be worth it when McGregor and Khabib square off later tonight at UFC 229 live on PPV.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 229 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

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