This UFC is the flagship promotion of mixed martial arts, featuring some of the best fighters in the world.

It holds events almost every weekend of the year, and pay-per-view cards are issued on average once a month, making it the company’s biggest shows.

Here is a look UFC’s next eventincluding all the fights that will take place, what time they will start and how to watch the card.

Saturday, June 3 – UFC Fight Night – UFC Apex, Las Vegas, USA

When does it start?

The qualifiers will begin at 11 PM BST (3 PM PT, 5 PM CT, 6 PM ET), and the main card will be on Sunday, June 4 at 2 AM BST (6 PM PT on Saturday, 8 PM CT). , 21:00 ET) will begin.

How can I watch?

The card will be streamed live on BT Sport in the UK, and the broadcaster’s app and website will also stream the fights.

In the US, ESPN+ will broadcast the action live, as will the UFC’s Fight Pass.

Full card (subject to change)

Men’s welterweight contender Kai Kara-France

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main board

Kai Kara-France vs Amir Albazi (flyweight)

Alex Caceres vs Daniel Pineda (featherweight)

Jim Miller vs Ludovit Klein (lightweight)

Tim Elliott vs Victor Altamirano (flyweight)

Karine Silva vs Ketlen Souza (women’s welterweight)

Jamie Mullarkey vs Guram Kutateladze (lightweight)

preliminary rounds

Abubakar Nurmagomedov vs Elizeu dos Santos (heavyweight)

John Castaneda vs Mateus Mendonca ( bantamweight )

Andrei Arlovski vs. Don’Tale Mayes (heavyweight)

Daniel Santos vs Johnny Munoz ( bantamweight)

Elise Reed vs Jinh Yu Frey (women’s strawweight)

Da’mon Blackshear vs Luan Lacerda (welterweight)

Philipe Lins vs Maxim Grishin (light-heavy)