UFC 210 Main Card Live For the first time in about a year and a half, the light heavyweight title will be on the line on Saturday night as Daniel Cormier battles Anthony “Rumble” Johnson in the main event of UFC 210.
UFC 210 Main Card Live
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After a failed Jon Jones drug test forced Cormier to take on Anderson Silva in an untitled UFC 200 fight, an injury to Cormier made this fight back four months.
But here we are finally on the cusp of an early rematch between DC and Johnson, who fought for the first time in May 2015:
Launch a battle between former middleweight champion Chris Weidman and a hot red Gegard Mousasi, who has finished his last three fights in the second or previous round, as well as a series of other intriguing fights scattered throughout the card, and Must be an entertaining night in Buffalo.
Here’s a look at the full fights calendar and all the viewing information for Saturday, April 8th:
UFC 210 Fight Pass Preliminary Card
The card starts at 6:15 p.m. ET and can be seen on UFC Fight Pass. You can click here to start a free seven-day trial.
Flyweight: Jenal Lausa vs. Magomed Bibulatov
Women’s Rooster Weight: Katlyn Chookagian vs. Irene Aldana
Lightweight: Josh Emmett vs. Desmond Green
Lightweight: Gregor Gillespie Vs. Andrew Holbrook
Fox Sports 1 UFC 210 Preliminary Card
The card starts at 8 p.m. ET and can be seen on Fox Sports 1. You can also watch a live broadcast on Sling TV or Fox Sports Go.
Lightweight: Patrick Cummins vs. Jan Blachowicz
Featherweight: Charles Rose vs. Shane Burgos
Welterweight: Kamaru Usman vs. Sean Strickland
Featherweight: Myles Jury vs Mike De La Torre
UFC 210 Main Card
The card starts at 10 p.m. ET and can be viewed on your TV, online or on PPV transmission devices. You can click here to request the event.
Lightweight: Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira
Welterweight: Thiago Alves vs. Patrick Cote
Women’s Straws: Cynthia Calvillo vs. Pearl Gonzalez
Average Weight: Chris Weidman Vs. Gegard Mousasi
Light Heavyweight Championship: Daniel Cormier (C) vs. Anthony Johnson