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How To Watch UFC 231 ‘Prelims!’

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Dec. 8, 2018) at UFC 231 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, as Max Holloway puts his UFC featherweight title and 12-fight win streak on the line against undefeated top contender Brian Ortega.

Before “Blessed” vs. “T-City” leads a solid PPV main card, which also includes a co-main event women’s flyweight title fight between former bantamweight contender Valentina Shevchenko and former strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk, a slew of preliminary bouts will unfold on Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1.

The UFC 231 “Prelims” stack up as follows:

FOX Sports 1 “Prelims”

Claudia Gadelha vs. Nina Ansaroff
Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs. Gilbert Burns
Katlyn Chookagian vs. Jessica Eye
Elias Theodorou vs. Eryk Anders

Fight Pass “Prelims”

Brad Katona vs. Matthew Lopez
Chad Laprise vs. Dhiego Lima
Carlos Diego Ferreira vs. Kyle Nelson
Devin Clark vs. Aleksandar Rakic

Check out below to find out when and where you can catch the action.

How to watch UFC 231 Fight Pass “Prelims” (Start time: 6:00 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

Brazil and Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

How to watch UFC 231 FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” (Start time: 8 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

United States — Blocked
United Kingdom — Blocked
Brazil — Blocked
Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

North America and Canada

United States — FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes
Canada — Sportsnet 360

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

Pacific Rim

Australia – FUEL TV
New Zealand – Sky Sports
American Samoa – FOX South East Asia
Brunei – FOX South East Asia
Cambodia – FOX South East Asia
China – FOX South East Asia
Cook Islands – FOX South East Asia
Fiji – FOX South East Asia
French Polynesia – FOX South East Asia
Futuna Island – FOX South East Asia
Hong Kong – FOX South East Asia
Indonesia – FOX South East Asia
Kiribati Islands – FOX South East Asia
Laos – FOX South East Asia
Macau – FOX South East Asia
Malaysia – FOX South East Asia
Micronesia – FOX South East Asia
Myanmar – FOX South East Asia
Nauru – FOX South East Asia
New Caledonia – FOX South East Asia
Niue – FOX South East Asia
N. Mariana Islands – FOX South East Asia
Papua New Guinea – FOX South East Asia
Pitcairn Islands – FOX South East Asia
Palau – FOX South East Asia
Singapore – FOX South East Asia
Solomon Islands – FOX South East Asia
South Pacific Islands – FOX South East Asia
Tahiti – FOX South East Asia
Thailand – FOX South East Asia
Tokelau – FOX South East Asia
Tonga – FOX South East Asia
Tuvalu – FOX South East Asia
Vanuatu – FOX South East Asia
Vietnam – FOX South East Asia
Wallis Islands – FOX South East Asia
Western Samoa – FOX South East Asia

Europe / Middle East / Africa

United Kingdom / Ireland – BT Sport 1
Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports
Armenia – Setanta Sports
Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports
Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Belarus – Setanta Sports
Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Georgia – Setanta Sports
Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports
Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports
Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Moldova – Setanta Sports
Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Tajikistan – Setanta Sports
Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports
Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports
Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

If you find yourself mobile tonight and unable to view UFC 231 from the comfort of your own home, feel free to find a participating bar near you!

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 231 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6 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.

To see the entire UFC 231 line up for this Saturday night’s action click here.

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‘Wilder vs. Fury’ Highlights! Watch Hurd End Welborn With Nasty Liver Shot

Jarrett Hurd made an impressive return to the boxing ring last night (Sat., Dec. 1, 2018) at “Wilder vs. Fury” live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., when he finished Jason Welborn via fourth-round knockout (liver punch) to defend his WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles.

This was a tune up fight of sorts for Hurd who was returning from shoulder surgery. The undefeated 28-year-old champion might have taken a few more shots than he should have, but Welborn proved better than expected in close quarters. Hurd took his time, picked his shots, and eventually landed a brutal right hook to the body in the fourth that instantly sent Welborn to the canvas.

Check out the finish above.

With this performance, Hurd was able to shake off the cobwebs and test his shoulder in live action. “Swift” did what he was supposed to do and locked down yet another knockout victory. His next bout could be against fellow undefeated light middleweight champion Jermel Charlo, especially considering the two boxers came face-to-face in the ring after Hurd’s impressive stoppage.

For complete “Wilder vs. Fury” results and coverage click here.

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‘Wilder vs. Fury’ Highlights! Watch Hurd End Welborn With Nasty Liver Shot

Jarrett Hurd made an impressive return to the boxing ring last night (Sat., Dec. 1, 2018) at “Wilder vs. Fury” live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., when he finished Jason Welborn via fourth-round knockout (liver punch) to defend his WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles.

This was a tune up fight of sorts for Hurd who was returning from shoulder surgery. The undefeated 28-year-old champion might have taken a few more shots than he should have, but Welborn proved better than expected in close quarters. Hurd took his time, picked his shots, and eventually landed a brutal right hook to the body in the fourth that instantly sent Welborn to the canvas.

Check out the finish above.

With this performance, Hurd was able to shake off the cobwebs and test his shoulder in live action. “Swift” did what he was supposed to do and locked down yet another knockout victory. His next bout could be against fellow undefeated light middleweight champion Jermel Charlo, especially considering the two boxers came face-to-face in the ring after Hurd’s impressive stoppage.

For complete “Wilder vs. Fury” results and coverage click here.

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Highlights! Watch ‘Shogun’ Score Late TKO At UFC Adelaide

Mauricio “Shogun” Rua turned back the clock last night (Sat., Dec. 1, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 142 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, Australia, when he finished Australian contender Tyson Pedro via third-round TKO.

In typical “Shogun” fashion, the Brazilian veteran had to stomach significant damage in the first two rounds to come alive in the third. But after an apparent knee injury forced Pedro to fall to the canvas, Rua jumped on top and landed vicious ground-and-pound. Pedro tried to survive but the referee had to step in.

Check out the memorable finish above courtesy of UFC.

With this performance, Rua gets back in the light heavyweight win column after losing his last Octagon appearance against the resurgent Anthony Smith. The 37-year-old veteran isn’t quite what he used to be, but his chin is still holding up and “Shogun” is still finding ways to finish fights in exciting fashion.

For complete UFC Adelaide results and coverage click here.

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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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UFC Beijing Videos! Watch Overeem Demolish Hunt, Ngannou Flatten Henrique In Debut

The heavyweight action will spill over into the Octagon tomorrow morning (Sat., Nov. 24, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 141 live on Fight Pass from inside Cadillac Arena in Beijing, China, as Curtis Blaydes meets Francis Ngannou in the main event and Alistair Overeem welcomes Sergey Pavlovich to the Octagon in the co-main event.

With four heavyweight knockout artists leading the way, UFC Beijing should deliver on arrival. And considering fight fans here in the United States will have to wake up bright and early to catch the main card action, at least they can expect some highlight reel finishes.

In case you’re unaware of what these heavyweight contenders are capable of doing, UFC has released some of the best finishes between the bunch. In the above video, Overeem can be seen landing a vicious knockout finish over veteran Mark Hunt at UFC 209 last year. The below video, on the other hand, features Ngannou’s uppercut finish against Luis Henrique in his UFC debut three years ago.

If these videos don’t make you a believer then maybe the statistics will. Blaydes, who will try to win his fourth-straight fight in the UFC’s heavyweight division, has finished eight out of 10 career wins by way of knockout or TKO. Ngannou, who is trying to end a two-fight losing streak, has finished seven out of 11 career wins by knockout or TKO. Overeem, who is looking to avoid just his second career three-fight losing streak, has 21 total knockouts through 43 professional victories. Pavlovich, who will be making his UFC debut, has scored nine knockout finishes through just 12 career wins.

Those are pretty wild numbers, which leads us to believe neither UFC Beijing’s main event or co-main event will go the distance. Of course, anything is possible. But if history tells us anything it’s that these four heavyweights will do everything in their power to finish their respective fights this weekend in China.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 141 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bout at 3 a.m. ET, followed by the main card start time at 6:30 a.m. ET, also on Fight Pass.

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Midnight Mania! Watch De La Hoya Bomb Liddell-Ortiz Presser

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It is easy to criticize fight promoters. They tend to exaggerate and stretch the truth in the name of hyping an upcoming bout. UFC president Dana White is often guilty of this, as well as vocally criticizing his own fighters at times, and he is wide open for criticism more related to the UFC’s decisions as a company. However, when it comes to the core function of promoting fights, White is at least competent. In fact, it is rare to see a performance as bad as the one Oscar De La Hoya turned in for Saturday’s event headlined by Chuck Liddell vs. Tito Ortiz, Golden Boy 1.

There are so many ways to skewer Oscar De La Hoya for clearly not caring at all about the fight he is promoting between Tito Ortiz and Chuck Liddell, but it really was a performance worthy of Steve Carell.

Chuck Liddell defended the performance, particularly de la Hoya’s incorrect pronunciation of his name. Via BloodyElbow.com:

“Someone said he had it corrected. I thought he did, otherwise, I would’ve warned him before (the press conference), reminded him,” he said. “People give him a hard time, but I’ve had my name misspelled a lot of times — the UFC still misspells my name sometimes. It is what it is. He’s trying. It’s good. It’s okay.”

“He’s doing his best. He’s out here working. There’s a lot of fights on the card, and it’s certainly new to him,” Liddell told the Mac Life. “By the time someone makes it onto that stage in the UFC, they’ve been fighting for a long time in the same organization, so you should know their names, right? This is the first time. You can’t get mad at him too much.

“I’m hoping it will bring over some of those boxing fans. Boxing guys will hopefully try this out because Oscar is promoting,” he said.

Tito Ortiz is on record saying that unless he and Chuck can move 200,000 Pay-Per-View (PPV) buys, then they shouldn’t be in the business. He will find out whether that is the case this weekend.


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Slap Wars.

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Israel Adesanya enjoys dancing

This guy’s almost bored affect is remarkable

I actually find this kind of impressive

I have to agree, the way this was shot was excellent.

This picture of a teenage Khabib Nurmagomedov says a whole lot about his background.


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Slips, Rips, KO Clips

This was definitely my personal favorite fight of 2014.

Great Sumo tussle


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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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Midnight Mania! Watch Ortiz Poke Fun At ‘Junk’ Liddell During Workout

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43-year-old Tito Ortiz and 48-year-old Chuck Liddell are gearing up to fight for the third time, and even this long after their rivalry had divisional relevance, it still has vitriol. Liddell was hitting pads in the same room as Ortiz, who took no time in laughing at Liddell’s performance.

“That was only thirty seconds. You can’t be tired that quick!” Tito shouted during Chuck’s pad session. “That shit was like junk! Junk junk. Wow, I guess you are getting old.”

Liddell responded, via MMAJunkie.com:

“They put out a video of me warming up my legs right when I got to the gym,” Liddell said. “I don’t know why they would – out of all the video they took – why they would choose to put that out, I have no idea. I challenge anyone talking trash about it to take one of those kicks I was throwing anyway. They’re not that soft. I was just warming up my legs the way I like to do it. I was just warming up my legs, so it is what it is.”

It is what it is indeed. This is hardly the first time Ortiz has criticized Liddell’s movement or ability when hitting pads, leading to his coach Ray Sefo defending him online. The fight goes down at Golden Boy 1 on November 24, 2018, broadcast on PPV.


Insomnia

15 years too late, indeed.

Jimmie Rivera evidently lost the opportunity for a bout with former bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt, so he’s angling for a bout with Raphael Assuncao.

The old-school uncrowned UFC lightweight champion Yves Edwards reminds us that California pays prisoners a dollar an hour to fight fires.

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13th

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They are trying to kill Anthony Pettis, but I would still watch him fight with Justin Gaethje any day of the week.

Sumo!

Jeremy Stephens is a savage.

When you win a fight by headbutt.

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Sambo no chill

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This guy would destroy all those UFC fighters.

Khabib Nurmagomedov is getting an early start on his community service hours by installing wells in Africa, which admittedly is a pretty cool thing to do.

This is my workout song when I deadlift heavy.

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OMG! Watch Rogan’s Live Reaction To ‘Zombie’ Killer

There used to be a time when Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) color commentator, Joe Rogan, was calling every televised live event, including those on FOX and FOX Sports 1. But in the twilight of his career, the former Fear Factor host can provide similar sound bites from the comfort of his podcast chair.

Alongside regulars Brendan Schaub and Eddie Bravo.

That includes the UFC Fight Night 139 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, which took place last Sat. night (Nov. 10, 2018) inside Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. The headlining act featured Yair Rodriguez flatlining Chan Sung Jung with just one second left in the fight (watch it).

Rogan, much like the rest of us, was aghast at the buzzer-beating finish.

The stoppage was good enough to earn two post-fight bonuses for Rodriguez. “Fight of the Night” for his five-round war, and Knockout of the Night “Performance of the Night” for his no-look elbow that put “Korean Zombie” on ice.

For all the UFC Denver results click here.

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