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Every Fighter Needs To Go Through A Zombie Vs Yair-Type War

This past weekend (Sat., Nov. 10, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 139 in Denver, Colorado, Chan Sung Jung and Yair Rodriguez put on a memorable five-round performance for the ages culminating in a spectacular last-second knockout win for “Pantera.”

Relive it again here.

When it was all said and done, both men had to take post-fight trips to the local hospital to tend to their battle wounds (see the picture here).

Still, both Jung and Rodriguez will take a lot from the epic scrap, as Yair’s coach — Israel Martinez — says every fighters needs to go through one of those battles at least once in his or her career.

“We believe every fighter needs one of those. It’s one of those things you tell a young athlete, you tell a young fighter, even the older guys: You need to get your ass kicked to kinda be woken up a little bit, and you need to go through some dirty fights, some trenches,” said Martinez on a recent edition of The MMA Hour (via MMA Fighting).

And once is enough, says Martinez, as engaging in such fights on a regular basis can’t be good for the mind, body or soul.

“But you don’t need to do that every day. You don’t need to get punched in the head every day. And that’s one of those fights that we’re gonna have in our bag and we’re always going to be able to pull out all the things we’re learned from that, but there’s no way we want that type of fight again,” he added.

“Those things are deadly. Yair is beat up, and that’s going to be stuck in his head, good and bad, for the rest of his life. So we want to make sure that we take the positives over the negatives and move forward. But yeah, definitely, you know that — you don’t want to be getting hit in the head, you don’t want to get beat up every day, and those long five-round fights are good for the fans, but they’re not good for us. We want to try to [win] early.”

Battles such as the “Mile High City” classic have become the norm for “The Korean Zombie, for better or worse, and he has the countless post-fight bonuses and scars to prove it. As for Rodriguez, now that he has a win under his belt after a brief separation from the promotion, he could be in line to face another man who knows no other way to fight than to move forward.

All he has to do is say his name.

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UFC Fight Night 139 Results: Yair Rodriguez KOs Korean Zombie at the Bell After Insane Battle

There are remarkable fights, and there are history-making fights. Somehow, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 139 last night, Yair Rodriguez and Chan Sung Jung – a.k.a., “The Korean Zombie” – had both.

First of all, holy crap did these guys battle it out. Since both men are insanely durable and highly-creative strikers, we got five full rounds of Korean Zombie constantly moving forward, bloodying Rodriguez up with punches while Rodriguez hacked at him with kicks threw spinning techniques galore. Neither guy really got too rocked, but damn did they hurt each other.

In fact, by the end of one round, Zombie’s lip was split and bleeding. Yikes.

These guys were utterly mauling each other, but their personalities are so amiable and chill that by the end of the fight they were high-fiving, hugging, and pausing to let each other catch their respective breath.

Then came the historic ending. Clearly ahead on the cards, Zombie never stopped pursuing his foe, and when the final bell rang he was moving forward, still trying to take Rodriquez’s head off. Rodriguez had other ideas though. Ducking low, he threw his elbow back and up… and knocked Zombie out cold. AT THE FINAL BELL.

Afterwards, Rodriguez collapsed on the canvas, completely spent and hobbled. He actually needed more help to leave the Octagon than Zombie!


It was an epic fight and an epic ending. Sucks that Zombie lost, but man… no one is going to forget this one.

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UFC Fight Night 139 Results: Yair Rodriguez KOs Korean Zombie at the Bell After Insane Battle

There are remarkable fights, and there are history-making fights. Somehow, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 139 last night, Yair Rodriguez and Chan Sung Jung – a.k.a., “The Korean Zombie” – had both.

First of all, holy crap did these guys battle it out. Since both men are insanely durable and highly-creative strikers, we got five full rounds of Korean Zombie constantly moving forward, bloodying Rodriguez up with punches while Rodriguez hacked at him with kicks threw spinning techniques galore. Neither guy really got too rocked, but damn did they hurt each other.

In fact, by the end of one round, Zombie’s lip was split and bleeding. Yikes.

These guys were utterly mauling each other, but their personalities are so amiable and chill that by the end of the fight they were high-fiving, hugging, and pausing to let each other catch their respective breath.

Then came the historic ending. Clearly ahead on the cards, Zombie never stopped pursuing his foe, and when the final bell rang he was moving forward, still trying to take Rodriquez’s head off. Rodriguez had other ideas though. Ducking low, he threw his elbow back and up… and knocked Zombie out cold. AT THE FINAL BELL.

Afterwards, Rodriguez collapsed on the canvas, completely spent and hobbled. He actually needed more help to leave the Octagon than Zombie!


It was an epic fight and an epic ending. Sucks that Zombie lost, but man… no one is going to forget this one.

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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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UFC Fight Night 139 Results: Yair Rodriguez KOs Korean Zombie at the Bell After Insane Battle

There are remarkable fights, and there are history-making fights. Somehow, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 139 last night, Yair Rodriguez and Chan Sung Jung – a.k.a., “The Korean Zombie” – had both.

First of all, holy crap did these guys battle it out. Since both men are insanely durable and highly-creative strikers, we got five full rounds of Korean Zombie constantly moving forward, bloodying Rodriguez up with punches while Rodriguez hacked at him with kicks threw spinning techniques galore. Neither guy really got too rocked, but damn did they hurt each other.

In fact, by the end of one round, Zombie’s lip was split and bleeding. Yikes.

These guys were utterly mauling each other, but their personalities are so amiable and chill that by the end of the fight they were high-fiving, hugging, and pausing to let each other catch their respective breath.

Then came the historic ending. Clearly ahead on the cards, Zombie never stopped pursuing his foe, and when the final bell rang he was moving forward, still trying to take Rodriquez’s head off. Rodriguez had other ideas though. Ducking low, he threw his elbow back and up… and knocked Zombie out cold. AT THE FINAL BELL.

Afterwards, Rodriguez collapsed on the canvas, completely spent and hobbled. He actually needed more help to leave the Octagon than Zombie!


It was an epic fight and an epic ending. Sucks that Zombie lost, but man… no one is going to forget this one.

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The Korean Zombie On UFC Denver Loss: ‘I Am Embarrassed’

“The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung did it again on Saturday night, turning his fight with highly touted prospect Yair Rodriguez into an all out war that had fans on the edge of their seats. Unfortunately for Jung, he let a judge’s decision slip away from him with one second left when Rodriguez caught him with a crazy 6-12 elbow, knocking him out (watch it here).

Following the loss and a bill of relatively clean health from the hospital, Jung released this statement on his Facebook page.

“I have no excuse,” he wrote in Korean. “To everyone who has helped me, I’m truly sorry… thank you… to everyone who hates me, congratulations. I am not in a good enough condition to get on a plane so I will spend a few days in the hospital before going back to Korea. I am embarrassed, but I will see you when I get home.”

변명이 없네요.. 나를 도와주신 모든 분들에게 정말 미안하고..감사합니다..나를 싫어하시는 분들에겐 축하드리구요. 아직 비행기 탈 몸상태가 안된다해서 몇일 병원에 입원해있다 한국에 들어가게 됩니다. 부끄럽지만..돌아가서 찾아뵙겠습니다.

Posted by Chan Sung Jung on Sunday, November 11, 2018

Now let’s be clear here, I cannot read Korean so there’s some wiggle room in that quote. There are multiple English translations of Chan Sung Jung’s message floating around, and they’re all slightly unique. The most noteworthy difference? His last statement. Depending on who you ask, he said “It’s a shame” or “I’m ashamed” or “I am embarrassed.”

Embarrassed? How can a fighter feel embarrassed after such an amazing performance? I personally like “It’s a shame” because yeah, it is a shame you lost with 1 second left. It’s a shame that probably cost you some brain cells. It’s a shame your paycheck will be significantly lower due to the loss. But to feel ashamed or embarrassed? Hells no. That wasn’t embarrassing. That whole fight was awesome, and exactly the kind of performance that made “The Korean Zombie” a must-see commodity way back during his initial rise to fame in 2011.

Yep, it was that long ago. “The Korean Zombie” has only fought twice in the past five years. But now Chan Sung Jung is back. After three years of military service and a year and a half due to a knee injury, we get to see him again. There’s absolutely nothing embarrassing about his performances in any way. And it’d be a shame if he saw it any other way.

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UFC Fight Night 139 Results: Yair Rodriguez KOs Korean Zombie at the Bell After Insane Battle

There are remarkable fights, and there are history-making fights. Somehow, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 139 last night, Yair Rodriguez and Chan Sung Jung – a.k.a., “The Korean Zombie” – had both.

First of all, holy crap did these guys battle it out. Since both men are insanely durable and highly-creative strikers, we got five full rounds of Korean Zombie constantly moving forward, bloodying Rodriguez up with punches while Rodriguez hacked at him with kicks threw spinning techniques galore. Neither guy really got too rocked, but damn did they hurt each other.

In fact, by the end of one round, Zombie’s lip was split and bleeding. Yikes.

These guys were utterly mauling each other, but their personalities are so amiable and chill that by the end of the fight they were high-fiving, hugging, and pausing to let each other catch their respective breath.

Then came the historic ending. Clearly ahead on the cards, Zombie never stopped pursuing his foe, and when the final bell rang he was moving forward, still trying to take Rodriquez’s head off. Rodriguez had other ideas though. Ducking low, he threw his elbow back and up… and knocked Zombie out cold. AT THE FINAL BELL.

Afterwards, Rodriguez collapsed on the canvas, completely spent and hobbled. He actually needed more help to leave the Octagon than Zombie!


It was an epic fight and an epic ending. Sucks that Zombie lost, but man… no one is going to forget this one.

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UFC Fight Night 139 ‘Korean Zombie vs. Rodriguez’ Play-by-Play & Results

Sherdog’s live UFC Fight Night 139 coverage kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.
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UFC Fight Night 139 ‘Korean Zombie vs. Rodriguez’ Play-by-Play & Results

Sherdog’s live UFC Fight Night 139 coverage kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.
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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

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FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

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Brazil – Combate

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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

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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

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Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

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Philippines – Hyper TV

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Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

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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

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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

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France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

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Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

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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

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Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

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Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

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Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

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Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

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St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

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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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