UFC 217 Live Stream: Bisping vs St-Pierre full fight card

UFC 217 Live Stream: Take a look at what’s on tap for UFC 217 on November 4th at Madison Square Garden in New York.

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UFC 217 Live Stream: The UFC’s return to Madison Square Garden is set to be just like last year’s UFC 205, with three title fights at the top of the pay-per-view main card. Middleweight champion Michael Bisping headlines UFC 217, as he takes on the legendary former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. The co-main event pits bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt against T.J. Dillashaw, in what should be a phenomenal matchup of elite strikers. Strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk puts her title on the line against Rose Namajunas, looking to make the most of her second crack at the belt.

As if those fights weren’t enough to satisfy your needs, Jorge Masvidal is taking on Stephen Thompson in a pivotal welterweight clash, middleweight Paulo Borrachinha is looking to notch the biggest win of his career, as he faces Johny Hendricks, and Mickey Gall returns to action against fellow “Lookin’ For a Fight” signing Randy Brown.

Here’s a full list of confirmed fights for UFC 217 live streaming, which is set for November 4th:

UFC 217 live stream : Main Card

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Michael Bisping (c) vs. Georges St-Pierre

Cody Garbrandt (c) vs. T.J. Dillashaw

Joanna Jedrzejczyk (c) vs. Rose Namajunas

Stephen Thompson vs. Jorge Masvidal

Johny Hendricks vs. Paulo Borrachinha

Preliminary Card

James Vick vs. Joseph Duffy

Walt Harris vs Mark Godbeer

Ion Cutelaba vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk

Randy Brown vs. Mickey Gall

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

Oleksiy Oliynyk vs. Curtis Blaydes

Corey Anderson vs. Patrick Cummins

Aiemann Zahabi vs. Ricardo Ramos

UFC 216 live streaming: Ferguson vs Lee – fight card, rumors, and updates

UFC 216 live streaming: Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will start sorting through some of its lightweight clutter when top contenders Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee battle for the interim title and the chance to face Conor McGregor later this year. In addition, Fabricio Werdum tries to work his way back into the 265-pound title chase at the expense of heavyweight slugger Derrick Lewis.

Event: UFC 216 live stream: “Ferguson vs. Lee”
Date: Sat., Oct. 7, 2017
Location: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: Pay-Per-View (PPV), FXX, UFC Fight Pass

UFC 216 Live streaming, PPV Main Event:

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155 lbs.: Tony Ferguson vs. Kevin Lee for interim lightweight title

UFC 216 live stream PPV Main Card (10 p.m. ET):

265 lbs.: Derrick Lewis vs. Fabricio Werdum
125 lbs.: Jessica Eye vs. Paige VanZant
265 lbs.: Mark Godbeer vs. Walt Harris
155 lbs.: Beneil Dariush vs. Evan Dunham

UFC 216 Live streaming Prelims On FXX (8 p.m. ET):

155 lbs.: Will Brooks vs. Nik Lentz
135 lbs.: Tom Duquesnoy vs. Cody Stamann
115 lbs.: Poliana Botelho vs. Pearl Gonzalez
155 lbs.: Bobby Green vs. Lando Vannata

UFC 216 live stream Prelims On Fight Pass (6:30 p.m. ET):

125 lbs.: Magomed Bibulatov vs. John Moraga
185 lbs.: Thales Leites vs. Brad Tavares
125 lbs.: Marco Beltran vs. Matt Schnell

UFC 215 Live Stream: Amanda Nunes vs Valentina Shevchenko, full card, how to watch, odds

UFC 215 Live Stream: WITH Conor McGregor’s boxing experiment done and dusted, the focus in mixed marital arts shifts back to the Octagon for UFC 215 on Saturday.

But the event hasn’t been helped by the late scrapping of the main event.
Pound-for-pound king Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson was due to face Ray Borg in a bid to make history by defending his UFC title for the 11th time — passing Anderson Silva’s record of 10 to stake his claim as the most dominant champion in UFC history.
However the fight has been postponed after Borg fell ill.

It means the women’s bantamweight showdown between Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko while now be elevated to main event, while rising Australian light heavyweight Tyson Pedro is also bumped up a slot on what will be his main card debut.

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Here’s all the details ahead of Saturday’s event.

WHERE IS IT?

Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada will host UFC 215.

WHAT TIME IS IT ON?

UFC 215 live streaming will be aired on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The early preliminary fights will start from 6:30PM ET, with the main card scheduled to start from approximately 10pm (ET).

THE FULL CARD

Main card (10 PM ET)

Amanda Nunes (14-4) vs. Valentina Shevchenko (14-2) — women’s bantamweight championship

Neil Magny (19-6) vs. Rafael Dos Anjos (26-9) — welterweight

Ilir Latifi (13-5, 1NC) vs. Tyson Pedro (6-0) — light heavyweight

Jeremy Stephens (25-13) vs. Gilbert Melendez (22-6) — featherweight

Preliminary card (from PM ET)

Sara McMann (11-3) vs. Ketlen Vieira (8-0) — women’s bantamweight

Henry Cejudo (10-2) vs. Wilson Reis (22-7) — flyweight

Sarah Moras (4-3) vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith (5-2) — women’s bantamweight

Gavin Tucker (10-0) vs. Rick Glenn (9-4-1) — featherweight

Early prelims (from 6.30PM ET)

Mitch Clarke (11-4) vs. Alex White (11-3) — lightweight

Luis Henrique (10,3, 1 NC) vs. Arjan Bhullar (6-0) — heavyweight

Kajan Johnson (21-12-1) vs. Adriano Martins (28-8) — lightweight

* Order changes TBC after scrapping of main event

ODDS

Amanda Nunes $2, Valentina Shevchenko $1.80

Neil Magny $2.60, Rafael Dos Anjos $1.48

Ilir Latifi $2 Tyson Pedro $1.80

Jeremy Stephens $1.85, Gilbert Melendez $1.93

UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 post-fight results and analysis

Mookie Alexander recaps a terrific night of action at UFC 214, including Jon Jones’ dramatic knockout win over Daniel Cormier in the main event.

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The rivalry between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones ended tonight at UFC 214. It was an enthralling, back-and-forth affair through two rounds, with Cormier making a major adjustment to not waste time shooting for takedowns. Big shots were exchanged throughout, but none bigger than the flush head kick Jones landed in round 3, which had Cormier on wobbly legs and stumbling all over the place. Once Cormier fell down and he was prone to Jones’ otherworldly ground-and-pound, it was all about how long it would take for Jones to finish the fight. At 3:01 of round 3, Jon Jones became the first man to stop Daniel Cormier, and he’s once again the undisputed UFC light heavyweight champion.

To quote ABC’s Wide World of Sports, you saw the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Cormier was badly hurt and couldn’t remember what happened, and he broke down in tears. He wasn’t even present for the official result announcement. Jones was in tears for a different reason, having recaptured the belt he lost through his own reckless actions. After much speculation over how he’d look off a 1+ year layoff, plus the failed drug test behind him, I thought Jones fought a damn good fight. Cormier also fought a damn good fight and cracked Jones several times with flush punches, but Jones is just a special talent, and don’t let any personal dislike of him every cloud that judgment. He is a phenomenal fighter and he just stopped Daniel Cormier.

More thoughts on tonight’s event:

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  • Jones’ best work all night was to the body. I have a feeling Cormier would’ve been worn out had the fight gone on much longer. Jon’s kicks, knees, and punches to the midsection were fantastic, and you could tell Cormier was feeling the effects as the fight progressed. They may not be as flashy or eye-catching as a Cormier power punch, but the body work was pivotal in propelling Jones to victory.
  • Screw it, if we’re in for wacky fights, Jon Jones vs. Brock Lesnar might as well happen. Assuming Ronda Rousey never returns, Jones is the #2 draw in the UFC. A fight between him and Lesnar sells better than anything else the UFC can feasibly book. I’d rather see Jones vs. Miocic myself, or Jones vs. Gustafsson 2, but we know that Jones is fleeing the mighty Volkan Oezdemir (more on him later).
  • Who’s buying Jon Jones’ sincerity in calling Cormier a true champion and a great person? This is how he praised DC in the post-fight interview, and then he hugged a crestfallen Cormier afterward.
  • We didn’t need an interview with a very emotional and concussed Cormier. Evidently it was Joe Rogan’s call, too. I don’t see the upside.
  • I thought the commentary on the main event was (unsurprisingly) heavily biased towards Cormier. This is the issue I have with having active fighters doing regular studio work, as it leads towards a path where you can be unintentionally slanted towards one side. Both UFC Tonight pundits picked Cormier (nothing wrong with that!). Cormier also co-hosts UFC Tonight frequently. Both Jon Anik and Joe Rogan have called fights with Cormier. By all accounts, Cormier is a nice guy and watching him break down tonight was heartbreaking, but I felt a lot of quality work from Jones was completely glossed over. Again, that’s just my opinion, maybe you guys in the comments section beg to differ, even if you had Cormier 20-18 up. I had it 19-19 with Jones winning round 1 and Cormier taking round 2.
  • Tyron Woodley beat Demian Maia in an awful fight. That was the worst case scenario of Maia not getting a takedown and Woodley content to win a low output striking matchup on his way to a decision. I suppose Woodley fights Georges St-Pierre next, and whoa boy if that fight fails to deliver excitement. We won’t go any further into this stinker.
  • Cris Cyborg systematically destroyed the tough but overmatched Tonya Evinger to win the UFC women’s featherweight title. There’s a strong argument that had Evinger somehow escaped round 3, the corner should’ve called it. In boxing they’d have thrown in the towel. It was scarcely competitive, despite Joe Rogan’s best efforts to drum up suspense that it could be if Cyborg gassed. Evinger can return to 135 and be an instant contender there. It was always unlikely she’d pull off the upset so there’s nothing to be ashamed of. What’s next for Cyborg, though? Possibly Holly Holm. I know Cat Zingano really wants to fight her. Depending on Megan Anderson’s personal issues, she’s at least an actual 145er. Those are all on the table for the Brazilian. I have a feeling the potential Ronda Rousey matchup has sailed.
  • Robbie Lawler came out guns blazing in round 1 against Donald Cerrone, but Cowboy fought back and closed that frame well and clearly took round 2. The third round was close but it ultimately went to Lawler for (presumably) the more damaging strikes, even though Cerrone landed more. I have no problem with the decision at all, and this fight lived up to the hype. I only wish it was five rounds. These are two tremendous warriors who entertained for the fans yet again, and they both fought very well.
  • So uh … Volkan Oezdemir is for real? I don’t know what to say. He just obliterated Jimi Manuwa in 42 seconds. It started in the clinch and then he ended it with a left hook. I said that if he won and got himself a title shot (and he might get one? Or he’ll fight Alexander Gustafsson next.) that I’d pick him to beat either Daniel Cormier or Jon Jones. I can’t walk that back.

Preliminary Card

  • Ricardo Lamas survived Jason Knight’s dangerous guard, then walloped him with a series of concussive blows on the feet, and somehow Knight survived… until a desperation takedown led to him getting put away with ground-and-pound. When “The Bully” has an opportunity to finish someone, he makes the most of it. Knight was too tough for his own good and Lamas showed why he’s still a top-5 featherweight.
  • Aljamain Sterling turned in the best performance of his career, as he overcame a tough round 1 to Renan Barao, became the first man to take him down in the UFC, and thoroughly dominated the Brazilian in round 2. He did enough to win round 3 and thus the decision. Sterling has shown a lot more confidence in his striking and his ground-and-pound on Barao was vicious. On the flip side, Barao’s days as a relevant contender are over. He’s 30 years old but he’s an old 30, and he’s neither durable nor fast enough to be a factor at 135 or 145, let alone the one-time “Baraoweight” of 140.
  • With all due respect to Yoel Romero, Brian Ortega is the most dangerous third-round fighter in the sport. Tonight was his FOURTH straight third-round finish, this time a guillotine choke of Renato Moicano in an otherwise brilliant fight. Both men showed great striking, with Ortega in particular looking improved, and I think his body shots at the end of round 2 turned things in his favor and may have made the Brazilian shoot for that ill-fated takedown. Ortega is must-watch TV and he continues to rack up the wins at 145.
  • Calvin Kattar turned in a great performance on short notice, outstriking Andre Fili and earning a unanimous decision over the Team Alpha Male prospect. That’s a bad loss for Fili given how well he performed against Hacran Dias, but take nothing away from Kattar, who’s yet another quality fighter added to the comically stacked featherweight division.
  • Coming off a two-year layoff, the athletic and powerful Alexandra Albu won an entertaining contest over Kailin Curran, who is just sadly not showing enough improvement to justify a spot on the UFC roster. Curran now has a pro record of 4-5 and I think she’s best served going to Invicta FC.
  • Jarred Brooks edged out Eric Shelton by split decision in an unexciting fight, save for a Brooks guillotine in round 1 and Shelton knocking Brooks down in round 3. I scored it 30-27 Shelton but rounds 1-2 were close. I thought Shelton had more meaningful offense in the first to negate the three takedowns + late guillotine. At least Brooks gave an honest assessment of his performance, as well as a lot of expletives in his post-fight interview.
  • Drew Dober smoked Josh Burkman with a vicious left hand to kick off the night. That’s Dober’s second big KO in as many wins, while Burkman surely isn’t going to fight again after suffering his sixth loss in seven fights.

UFC 214 Live Stream: Cormier vs Jones 2 Fight card and UFC 214 Live streaming info

UFC 214 Live Stream: The rematch the sports world has been waiting for is finally here, as UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier defends his title against former titleholder Jon Jones in the main event of UFC 214 at Honda Center in Anaheim, California on Saturday, July 29.

Revisiting the 2015 bout in which Jones defeated Cormier, the rivalry between the two elite 205-pounders has only intensified, with Cormier expecting to keep the title he has successfully defended against Alexander Gustafsson and Anthony Johnson, while Jones is eager to reclaim the belt he held for four years and move back to the top of the pound-for-pound list.

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Plus, UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley defends his title for the third time against Brazilian submission specialist Demian Maia, and the UFC women’s featherweight title is on the line when feared knockout artist Cris “Cyborg” battles Invicta FC champion Tonya “Triple Threat” Evinger in a championship showdown that will push both fighters to the limit.

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Event: UFC 214: “Cormier vs. Jones 2”

Date:  Saturday, July 29, 2017

Time:  10 pm ET/9 pm CT

Venue:  Honda Center in Anaheim, California

Main Event:  Daniel Cormier vs Jon Jones

Co-Main Event:  Tyron “The Chosen One” Woodley vs Damian Maia

Featured Bout:  Cris “Cyborg” Justino vs Tonya Evinger

Broadcast: Pay-Per-View (PPV), FXX, UFC Fight Pass

UFC 214 PPV Main Event:

205 lbs.: UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones

UFC 214 Live Stream Main Card on PPV (10 p.m. ET):

170 lbs.: UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley vs. Demian Maia
145 lbs.: Cristiane Justino vs. Tonya Evinger for vacant women’s featherweight title
170 lbs.: Donald Cerrone vs. Robbie Lawler
205 lbs.: Jimi Manuwa vs. Volkan Oezdemir

UFC 214 Undercard on FXX (8 p.m. ET):

145 lbs.: Jason Knight vs. Ricardo Lamas
140 lbs.: Renan Barao vs. Aljamain Sterling
145 lbs.: Renato Moicano vs. Brian Ortega
145 lbs.: Andre Fili vs. Calvin Kattar

UFC 214 Undercard on Fight Pass (6:30 p.m. ET):

115 lbs.: Alexandra Albu vs. Kailin Curran
125 lbs.: Jarred Brooks vs. Eric Shelton
155 lbs.: Josh Burkman vs. Drew Dober