Petr Yan and Merab Dvalishvili will clash in this week’s headlines at a bantamweight contenders Saturday. UFC Fight Night.
Former champion Yan enters this match after two decision losses against his successor Aljamain Sterling and rising star Sean O’Malley, both debated by fans.
Therefore, the 30-year-old Russian knows that he can leave no room for doubt here, as he is faced with the formless Dvalishvili.
The 32-year-old Georgian won eight fights in a row and made his most recent race in August, when he won. UFC Icon Jose Aldo for a points victory.
Here is everything you need to know.
This week’s Fight Night will take place at The Theater in Las Vegas.
Preliminary qualifiers will begin at 8:00 PM GMT (12:00 PM PT, 2:00 PM CT, 3:00 PM ET) and mainboard at 11:00 PM GMT (3:00 PM PT, 5 PM CT, 6:00 PM 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.
Side – 17/40
Dvalishvii – 37/20
Full card (subject to change)
Petr Yan vs Merab Dvalishvili (welterweight)
Alexander Volkov vs Alexandr Romanov (heavyweight)
Abus Magomedov vs Makhmud Muradov (middleweight)
Ricardo Ramos vs Austin Lingo (featherweight)
Said Nurmagomedov vs Jonathan Martinez (cock welterweight)
Vitor Petrino vs Anton Turkalj (light-heavy)
Karl Williams vs Lukasz Brzeski (heavyweight)
Raphael Assuncao vs. Davey Grant ( bantamweight )
Sedriques Dumas vs Josh Fremd (middleweight)
Mario Bautista vs. Guido Cannetti (welterweight)
Ariane Lipski vs JJ Aldrich (women’s welterweight)
Victory Henry vs Tony Gravely ( bantamweight )
Tyson Nam vs Bruno Silva (flyweight)
Carlston Harris vs Abubakar Nurmagomedov (heavyweight)
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