UFC on ESPN: Kattar vs Ige is the next UFC event and here is more about the Fight card, location, live stream and where to watch details
The UFC isn’t done with Fight Island yet as more fight cards are set up in the location. After UFC 251, Kattar vs Ige is the next event in Abu Dhabi and here are all the details from the clash.
Date and location
The next UFC event takes place at Fight Island which is located in Abu Dhabi. This is the second UFC event for this location and it will not feature any fans due to the coronavirus crisis.
Fighters will be tested before the fights and also quarantined before weigh-ins to ensure everyone remains safe.
UFC: Kattar vs Ige will take place on 15 July and the prelim card starts from 7 PM ET. The main card will start from 10 PM ET, even though it would be early morning in the UAE.
It is to note that while the fight is on Wednesday in the States, in other parts of the world it will be on Thursday morning.
Live stream and where to watch
ESPN is the outlet which will be showing this card and the streaming details can also be found on the channel.
BT Sport should be the outlet for UK fans while those in South Asia have Ten/Sony Sports to check up regarding their UFC action.
There will also be other outlets to watch the fights and here are some streaming links where the clashes could be shown.
UFC on ESPN: Kattar vs Ige Fight card
The card is split into two sections with 11 fights in total. The main card has five fights while the prelim card has six.
Calvin Kattar vs Dan Ige is the main event for this UFC show.
Middleweight: John Phillips vs Khamzat Chimaev
Featherweight: Chris Fishgold vs Jared Gordon
Featherweight: Ricardo Ramos vs Lerone Murphy
Light Heavyweight: Modestas Bukauskas vs Andreas Michailidis
Women’s Flyweight: Diana Belbita vs Liana Jojua
Bantamweight: Jack Shore vs Aaron Phillips
Featherweight: Calvin Kattar vs Dan Ige
Flyweight: Tim Elliott vs Ryan Benoit
Featherweight: Jimmie Rivera vs Cody Stamann
Women’s Flyweight: Molly McCann vs Talia Santos
Welterweight: Abdul Razak Alhassan vs Mounir Lazzez
Please note: The UFC fight card is not confirmed and is subject to change.
Timo Feucht and Kenneth Bergh were to fight at the event, however, Feucht was removed and Jorge Gonzalez is expected to face Bergh.
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