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Sport Is UFC 254 on TV? Live stream details, full fight card and more

00:25  24 october  2020
00:25  24 october  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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What TV channel and live stream is UFC 254 on ? UFC 254 will be broadcast on BT Sports Box Office in the UK What is the fight card and prelims? Khabib, 32, fights for the first time since the death of his father and For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here.

It's UFC 254 this weekend and the massive showdown between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Justin Gaethje.

And the good thing for UK fight fans is that we can watch it live at a sensible time!

Here are all the details:

When and where is UFC 254?

UFC 254 is taking place on Saturday, October 24 at the UFC's Flash Forum in Abu Dhabi.

What time do the fights start UK time?

The early preliminaries will start at 3.15pm UK time, while the prelims will get under way at 5pm.

The main card will begin at around 7pm, with Khabib vs Gaethje expected at around 10pm.

The earlier UK timings are to suit Russian star Khabib's European fan base.


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The much anticipated UFC lightweight title fight between champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and interim champ Justin Gaethje takes place Saturday at Fight Island in Abu Dhabi. Nurmagomedov captured the vacant lightweight crown in April 2018 when he defeated Al Iaquinta by decision.

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What TV channel are they on?

The fights will be shown on BT Sport Box Office priced at £19.95. Their coverage will begin at 7pm.

Is there a live stream?

The show can be purchased and live streamed on BT Sport’s website and app.

Fight card

Main card

  • Khabib Nurmagomedov (c) vs. Justin Gaethje (ic), Lightweight
  • Robert Whittaker vs Jared Cannonier, Middleweight
  • Alexander Volkov vs. Walt Harris, Heavyweight
  • Magomed Ankalaev vs. Ion Cutelaba, Light Heavyweight
  • Jacob Malkoun vs. Phil Hawes, Middleweight

Preliminary card

  • Stefan Struve vs. Tai Tuivasa, Heavyweight
  • Alex Oliveira vs. Shavkat Rakhmonov, Welterweight
  • Da Un Jung vs. Sam Alvey, Light Heavyweight
  • Nathaniel Wood vs. Casey Kenney, Catchweight
  • Liana Jojua vs. Miranda Maverick, Women’s Flyweight
  • Joel Alvarez vs. Alexander Yakovlev, Lightweight

Early prelims (from 3.15pm BST/ 10.15am EST)

  • Liana Jojua vs Miranda Maverick (Women's Flyweight)
  • Nathaniel Wood vs Casey Kenney (Catchweight)
  • Joel Alvarez vs Alexander Yakovlev (Lightweight)

Khabib Nurmagomedov 'broke foot and was in hospital three weeks ago' .
Nurmagomedov stunned Gaethje, winning via a second-round submission to extend his unbeaten MMA record to 29-0, but it has now been revealed that the Russian endured a tough pre-fight camp.Nurmagomedov stunned the American on Saturday night, winning via a second-round submission to extend his unbeaten MMA record to 29-0.

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