UFC 224 Live Stream, Online,Fight card,Start Time,How to Live Streaming

Amanda Nunes’ takeover of the women’s bantamweight division will face a new challenge at UFC 224 when she takes on Raquel Pennington in the main event.Nunes has become the woman to beat in the division. Since defeating Miesha Tate for the title in July 2016, she’s beaten Ronda Rousey and Valentina Shevchenko to claim top billing in a division that has never been known for its depth.

Now, the Brazilian will look to extend that title defense streak to three in front of a Rio de Janeiro crowd that should be cheering on The Lioness.

It’s a fitting headliner for a card that has a serious Brazilian presence and should provide some meaningful fights in the other divisions represented. It’s not going to break any sales records, but it should be a fun night of fights.

Here’s a look at the complete card with odds and TV info.

Note: All odds via OddsShark.

UFC 224 Live Stream Main Card (10 p.m. ET, PPV)

Amanda Nunes (c) (-1000) vs. Raquel Pennington (+600)
Kelvin Gastelum (+120) vs. Ronaldo Souza (-145)
Amanda Cooper (+195) vs. Mackenzie Dern (-250)
John Lineker (-250) vs. Brian Kelleher (+195)
Vitor Belfort (+200) vs. Lyoto Machida (-260)

Preliminary Card (8 p.m. ET, FX)

Cezar Ferreira (-105) vs. Karl Roberson (-125)
Junior Albini (-155) vs. Alexey Oleynik (+125)
Nick Hein (+110) vs. Davi Ramos (-140)
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos (-135) vs. Sean Strickland (+105)

Preliminary Card (6 p.m. ET, UFC Fight Pass)

Warlley Alves (-230) vs. Sultan Aliev (+180)
Jack Hermansson (-155) vs. Thales Leites (+125)
Ramazan Emeev (-200) vs. Alberto Mina (+160)
James Bochnovic (+250) vs. Markus Perez (-325)

 

UFC 222 LIVE™, STREAM™, Start Time, UFC 222 Cyborg vs Kunitskaya

Here is everything you need to know about UFC 222  which takes place March 3 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.Event History Originally UFC 222 was scheduled to feature a featherweight title fight between champion Max Holloway and challenger Frankie Edgar. UFC 222 was in danger of being canceled when Holloway was forced to pull out with an injury. The pair were originally slated to fight at UFC 218 in Detroit, but an eye injury forced Edgar out and Holloway defended his belt against Jose Aldo in an immediate rematch.

Enter Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino to save the day. Cyborg successfully defended her strap against Holly Holm at UFC 219 on the end of December card and is making the quick turnaround on three weeks notice to save the card. Her challenger is former Invicta FC bantamweight champion Yana Kunitskaya, who is making her UFC debut on short notice.

Edgar remains on the card as well, fighting the rising Brian Ortega in a default No. 1 contender bout for the featherweight strap. Edgar cited his limited remaining time in his career as the reason for fighting instead of waiting to fight Holloway at a later date.

The UFC also explored a banatamweight title fight between champion T.J. Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt, a rematch of their UFC 217 title fight. Dillashaw declined citing the birth of his child and being out of a regular training regiment, he also felt Garbrandt didn’t deserve an immediate rematch after a second-round TKO and pointed to his long road back to a title fight after a narrow decision loss to Dominick Cruz.

Dillashaw has also been pursuing a flyweight title fight with champion Demetrious Johnson.

Date: Saturday, March 3
Start Time: Prelims at 6:30 p.m. ET, Main card at 10 p.m. ET
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Venue: T-Mobile Arena

Fight Card

Here is how the rest of the cards lineup stands:
MAIN CARD | PAY-PER-VIEW | 10PM/7PM ETPT

Women’s Featherweight: Cris Cyborg (c) vs. Yana Kunitskaya
Featherweight: Frankie Edgar vs. Brian Ortega
Bantamweight: Sean O’Malley vs. Andre Soukhamthath
Heavyweight: Stefan Struve vs. Andrei Arlovski
Women’s Bantamweight: Cat Zingano vs. Ketlen Vieira

Preliminary Card | Fox Sports 1 | 8PM/5PM ETPT

Women’s Strawweight: Ashley Yoder vs. Mackenzie Dern
Lightweight: Beneil Dariush vs. Alexander Hernandez
Bantamweight: John Dodson vs. Pedro Munhoz
Middleweight: C. B. Dollaway vs. Hector Lombard

Preliminary Card | UFC Fight Pass | 6:30PM/3:30PM ETP

Welterweight: Mike Pyle vs. Zak Ottow
Bantamweight: Bryan Caraway vs. Cody Stamann
Light Heavyweight: Jordan Johnson vs. Adam Milstead

Fighters to Watch

Sean O’Malley – A rising star with an undefeated record and knockout power. First burst onto the scene on the Dana White Contender Series.
Ketlen Vieira – Gets a tough match up againt a veteran and former title contender in Cat Zingano. A win would move Vieira to 4-0 in the UFC, 10-0 overall and she would be in the title picture.
Cody Stamann – Stamman is getting a top opponent in veteran Bryan Caraway, it’s an opportunity to climb the rankings in the bantamweight division.

General Info

Here is everything you need to know to watch UFC 222:

 

Winter Olympics 2018 live stream , The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics Games Schedule, Tv Coverage

Winter Olympics 2018 Team’s USA has its first two medals, courtesy of 17-year-old snowboarding hero Red Gerard and Chris Mazdzer’s shocking silver in luge, and should pick up some more on Sunday — Monday in South Korea — when Jamie Anderson seeks to defend her gold medal in slopestyle. And we’ve got everything you need to check out all the action from NBC’s coverage of the Pyeongchang Games, whether you want to binge on NBC’s live TV coverage or stream live coverage online through the NBC Sports App or via fuboTV (try for free) or at NBCOlympics.com.

Since South Korea is 14 hours ahead of the Eastern time zone, if you feel like watching events live and staying up late, the app and the stream at NBCOlympics.com will certainly come in very handy — especially on the go.

Here’s everything you need to know, followed by the full TV schedule.

 

How to watch on TV

The Olympic Games will be broadcast on various NBC networks. Those include NBC, NBCSN, USA Network.

NBC will present 176 hours of live coverage, and its primetime coverage begins on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. ET, and concludes with the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.

NBCSN will present 369 hours of coverage, including live primetime and 10 days of 24-hour coverage from Feb. 18-25. The Pyeongchang Games officially begin on NBCSN on Wednesday Feb. 7 at 11 p.m. ET, with live coverage of mixed doubles curling.

CNBC will present 46 hours of coverage, including its curling telecasts beginning Monday, Feb. 12 and concluding Friday, Feb. 23.

USA Network will present 40.5 hours of ice hockey and curling coverage, most of which will air live between 7-9:30 a.m. ET. Coverage begins on Saturday, Feb. 10 with a live presentation of the Women’s hockey qualifying round.

How to watch on digital and streaming services

NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app will combine to present more than 1,800 hours of streaming coverage, including live streaming of all NBC network Primetime broadcasts. The NBC Sports App will present live streamed and on-demand coverage of all competition across all 15 sports and 102 medal events. You can also stream all of NBC’s coverage on fuboTV (try for free).
Full TV schedule

All times Eastern
Sunday, Feb. 11

1:30-5:30 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (tiebreaker), NBCSN
1:30-5:30 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
5:30-8 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (10km sprint gold medal final), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5,000m gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon – (10km sprint gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Cross-Country Skiing (skiathlon gold medal final), NBC
7-11 p.m. — Team Figure Skating (team event gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Women’s Snowboard (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
7-11 p.m. — Men’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBC (LIVE)
8-9:45 p.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (slopestyle gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:45 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (semifinal, teams TBD), NBCSN
11:30 p.m-1 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5000m gold medal final), NBCSN
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
Monday, Feb. 12

12-1 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
12-1 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
12-1 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (5000m gold medal final)
1-2:40 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles semifinal 1), NBCSN
2:40-5:10 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. Japan, NBCSN (LIVE)
5:10-7 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition, Run 1), NBCSN (LIVE)
5:10-7 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (Pursuit gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition, Run 1), NBCSN
10-11 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. — Women’s Ski Jumping (individual normal hill gold medal final), NBCSN
12:15-1:30 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (pursuit gold medal final), NBCSN
1:30-3 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1,500m gold medal final), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (moguls gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Ski Jumping (normal hill gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Luge (singles competition), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (semifinal), CNBC
8-10 p.m. — Curling (second of two mixed curling semifinals), NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (combined, downhill run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (halfpipe gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1,500m gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
10-11:30 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day, part II), NBCSN
11:30-12:05 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (bronze medal match), NBCSN
FIS Freestyle World Cup – Snowboard Halfpipe Qualification
Chloe Kim is the favorite to win gold in the women’s halfpipe. Getty Images
Tuesday, Feb. 13

12:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe qualifying), NBC
12:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (combined, slalom run), NBC
12:05-2:40 a.m. — Curling (mixed doubles bronze medal game), NBCSN
2:40-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Finland, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
5-7:10 a.m. — Cross Country Skiing (men’s and women’s Individual sprint competition), NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBCSN
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Cross Country (men’s and women’s individual sprint gold medal finals), NBCSN
11:30-12:30 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,500m Gold medal final), NBCSN
12:30-2:30 p.m. — Short Track Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s 1000m and 5000m relay qualifying), NBCSN
2:30-4:30 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (bronze medal match replay), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,500m Gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Luge (singles gold medal final runs), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Cross Country Skiing (men’s and women’s individual sprint gold medal finals), NBC
4:30-5 p.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Mixed Doubles Curling (Gold Medal Match), CNBC
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ short program), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (halfpipe gold medal final, NBC (LIVE)
8-10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ short program), NBCSN
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)
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Shaun White is out for revenge in the halfpipe after failing to medal in Sochi. Getty Images
Wednesday, Feb. 14

12:05-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)
12:05-1:30 a.m. — Short Track Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s 1000m and 5000m relay qualifying), NBC
12-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Hockey: Sweden vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)
12:30-2:30 a.m. — Men’s Curling: USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual normal hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (training), NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: South Korea vs. Japan, USA (LIVE)
5-6:30 a.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1000m gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Great Britain vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
6:30-9 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: USA vs. Slovenia, NBC (LIVE)
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Olympic Athletes from Russia vs. Slovakia, USA(LIVE)
9:30-11:30 a.m. — Luge (doubles gold medal final), NBCSN
|9:30-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (training runs), NBCSN
11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (15km gold medal final), NBCSN
1:15-5 p.m. — Women Curling: Denmark vs. Sweden, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Luge (Doubles gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual normal hill/10k gold medal final), NBC
4:15-5 p.m. — Medal ceremonies, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Japan, CNBC
7-8:30 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ Gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (super-G gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Men’s Skeleton (qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (1000m gold medal final), NBC
8:30-10 p.m. — Figure Skating (pairs’ free skate), NBCSN (LIVE)
10-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Finland vs. Germany, CNBC (LIVE)
10:10-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Canada, NBCSN (LIVE)
Alpine Skiing: 2017 Lake Louise Audi FIS Skiing Ladies Downhill
Mikaela Shiffrin is the favorite to win gold in the women’s slalom. USATSI
Thursday, Feb. 15

12:05-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Snowboard Cross (gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
12:05-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Skeleton (Run 2 of 4), NBC (LIVE)
12:30-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: USA vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey: Olympic Athletes from Russia vs. Finland, USA (LIVE)
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Norway vs. Sweden, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Norway, USA
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Czech Republic vs. South Korea, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. Canada, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30 a.m.-Noon — Luge (team relay gold medal final), NBCSN
9:30 a.m.-Noon — Men’s Speed Skating (10,000m gold medal final), NBCSN
Noon-2 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (20km gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Italy, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (10,000m gold medal final), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling:U.S. vs. Switzerland, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11 p.m. — Figure Skating (men’s short program, NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Figure Skating (men’s short program), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Snowboard Cross (gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Skeleton (Gold medal final runs), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials competition), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (10km gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: U.S. vs. Slovakia, CNBC (LIVE)
11 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, NBCSN
11 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup – Men’s and Women’s Snowboardcross
Can Lindsey Jacobellis finally win that elusive gold medal in snowboard cross? Getty Images
Friday, Feb. 16

12-1 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, NBCSN
1-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
1:05-2 a.m. — Luge (team relay gold medal final), NBC
1:05-2 a.m. — Men’s biathlon (20km gold medal final), NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Hockey: Olympic athletes of Russia vs. Slovenia, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Sweden vs. OAR, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Finland vs. Norway, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Germany, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:45 a.m. — Women’s Skeleton (competition), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (5,000m Gold medal final), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large Hill Competition), NBCSN
1:15-2 p.m. — Medal ceremonies, NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Women’s Curling: South Korea vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Speed Skating (5,000m gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (15km gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (ndividual large hill competition), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Denmark, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8–10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (Men’s gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Figure Skating (Men’s gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Alpine Skiing (Super G gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBC
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Skeleton (competition), NBC
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), CBNC (LIVE)
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Czech Republic, NBCSN (LIVE)
Figure Skating: 2018 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships
Nathan Chen is the favorite to win gold in South Korea. USATSI
Saturday, Feb. 17

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC
12:35-2 a.m. — Figure Skating – Men’s Postgame, NBC
12:30-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
2-5 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Switzerland vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Sweden, NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m.- Men’s Ice Hockey: USA vs. Olympic Athletes of Russia, NBCSN
9:30-10:30 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials qualifying), NBCSN
10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (4x5km Relay Gold medal final), NBCSN
11:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (12.5km Mass Start Gold medal final), NBCSN
12:30-1:30 p.m. — Short Track (men’s 1000m and women’s 15000 gold medal finals), NBCSN
1:30-2:30 p.m. — Women’s Skeleton (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
2:30-3:30 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large hill gold medal final, NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials competition), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (12.5km mass start gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (4x5km Relay Gold medal final), NBC
3:30-5:30 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Canada, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8–10:10 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle competition), NBCSN (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (giant slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Short Track (gold medal finals), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Skeleton (gold medal final runs), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (individual large hill gold medal final), NBC
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Germany vs. Norway, NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (Giant slalom, gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)
11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (slopestyle gold medal final), NBC
Olympics: Alpine Skiing-Men’s Giant Slalom
Ted Ligety will look to add to his Olympics medal collection in the men’s giant slalom. USATSI
Sunday, Feb. 18

12:30-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Japan, NBCSN
1:30-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Czech Republic vs. Switzerland, NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. South Korea, USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey: Sweden vs. Finland, NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:15 a.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (competition), NBCSN
10:15-11:15 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (Aerials gold medal final), NBCSN
11:15 am.-12 p.m. — Speed Skating (women’s 500m gold medal final, men’s team pursuit competition), NBCSN
12-1 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (15km mass start gold medal final), NBCSN
1-3 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (4x10km relay gold medal final), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (Team Pursuit Competition), NBC
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (15km Mass Start Gold medal final, NBC
4-7 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Norway, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
7 p.m.-Midnight — Figure Skating (ice dancing short dance), NBC (LIVE)
7 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe), NBC (LIVE)
7 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Speed Skating (500m gold medal final), NBC
7 p.m.-Midnight — Two-Man Bobsled (competition), NBC
7 p.m.-Midnight — Men’s Cross Country (4x10km relay gold medal final), NBC
8-10:15 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing short dance), NBCSN (LIVE)
10:15-11:10 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (aerials gold medal final), NBCSN
11 p.m.-1:30 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
Monday, Feb. 19

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Snowboarding (big air competition), NBC
1:30-4:30 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Denmark, NBCSN
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
4:30-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Canada, NBCSN
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Women’s Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-11 a.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (team large hill gold medal final), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s 500m gold medal final, women’s Team Pursuit Competition), NBCSN
12:30-3:30 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs Canada, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Ski Jumping (team large hill gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s 500m gold medal final, women’s team pursuit competition), NBC
3:30-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (Replay), Ice Hockey Game of the Day II (Replay)
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. China, CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice
8–10:10 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8–10:10 p.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (downhill training), NBCSN
8-11:30 p.m. — Figure Skating (ice dancing gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe gold medal final) NBC (LIVE)
8-11:30 p.m. — Two-Man Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBC
10:10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Hockey (Elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)
Tuesday, Feb. 20

12:05-1 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe competition), NBC (LIVE)
12:30 a.m.-2:40 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Canada vs. Japan, NBCSN
1-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. South Korea, NBCSN
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), USA (LIVE)
7-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (elimination round), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:30 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN
10:30 a.m.-noon — Biathlon (mixed relay gold medal final), NBCSN
Noon-12:45 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBCSN
12:45-2 p.m. — Short Track (women’s 3000 relay gold medal final, women’s 1000 qualifying, men’s 500 gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. South Korea, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Biathlon (mixed relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (individual large hill/10km gold medal final), NBC
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Switzerland, CNBC
7–8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10:45 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ short program), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (downhill gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Figure Skating – Ladies’ Short Program, NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Women’s Bobsled (competition), NBC
8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (big air competition), NBC (LIVE)
10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), CNBC (LIVE)
10:45 p.m.-2:40 a.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
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Lindsey Vonn’s best event is the downhill. USATSI
Wednesday, Feb. 21

12:30-2:40 a.m. — South Korea vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
1:05-2 a.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Ski Cross Gold medal final, NBC
1:05-2 a.m. — Short Track – Gold medal final, NBC
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2:30-5 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (bronze medal game), USA (LIVE)
2:40-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
5-7:10 a.m. — Men’s Curling: Sweden vs. Norway, USA
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), USA (LIVE)
7:10-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (quarterfinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-10:45 a.m. — Women’s Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s team pursuit gold medal finals), NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. — Cross Country (men’s and women’s team sprint gold medal finals), NBCSN
1:30-2 p.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
2-5 p.m. — Men’s Curling: U.S. vs. Great Britain, NBCSN
5-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10:45 p.m. — Women’s Curling: Canada vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Speed Skating (team pursuit gold medal finals), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (team sprint gold medal final), NBC
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling: U.S. vs. Sweden, CNBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (slalom, first run), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Freestyle Skiing (halfpipe gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Bobsled (gold medal final runs), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (team sprint gold medal final), NBC
10:45 p.m.-2 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:35 p.m.-12:30 a.m. — Men’s Alpine Skiing (slalom gold medal final run), NBC (LIVE)
Thursday, Feb. 22

12-2 a.m. — Women’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
12:30-3:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-5:20 a.m. — Snowboard (men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom competition), NBCSN
2-5:20 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBCSN
2-5:20 a.m. — Curling (men’s and women’s tiebreaker), NBCSN
5:20-7:45 a.m. — Women’s Biathlon (4x6km relay gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
5:20-7:45 a.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
7:45-10 a.m. — Short Track (gold medal finals), NBCSN
10-10:45 a.m. — Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m. — Curling (men’s and women’s tiebreaker), NBCSN
1:45-– 4:45 p.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal), NBCSN
4:45-7 p.m. — Ice Hockey Game of the Day (replay), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Women’s Biathlon (4x6km relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Nordic Combined (team large hill/4x5km gold medal final), NBC
5-8 p.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal), CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-10 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ free program), NBCSN (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Figure Skating (ladies’ gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Alpine Skiing (combined, downhill run), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Women’s Snowboarding (big air gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8 p.m.-Midnight — Short Track (gold medal finals), NBC
10 p.m.-2 a.m. — Men’s Curling (semifinal replay), NBCSN
10 p.m.-2 a.m. — Short Track – Gold medal final, NBCSN
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Short track speed skater Maame Biney’s best event is the 500 meter. USATSI
Friday, Feb. 23

12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Alpine Skiing (combined, slalom gold medal run) NBC (LIVE)
12:35-2 a.m. — Women’s Freestyle Skiing (ski cross gold medal final), NBC
2-4:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-5 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
5-6:30 a.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,000m gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
6:30-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (semifinal), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Men’s Curling (bronze medal match), NBCSN
12:30-3:30 p.m. — Women’s Curling (semifinal), NBCSN
3-5 p.m. — Men’s Biathlon (4×7.5km relay gold medal final), NBC
3-5 p.m. — Figure Skating (ladies’ review), NBC
3:30-4 p.m. Medal Ceremonies, NBCSN
4-8 p.m. — Ice Hockey (game of the day I and II) (replay), NBCSN
5-8 p.m. — Women’s Curling (semifinal) CNBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
8-11 p.m. — Alpine Skiing (team event gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Snowboarding (big air gold medal final), NBC (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Four-Man Bobsled (competition), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Men’s Speed Skating (1,000m gold medal final), NBC
8 p.m.-midnight — Men’s Biathlon (4×7.5km relay gold medal final) , NBCSN
8 p.m.-midnight — Women’s Curling (semifinal replay), NBCSN
11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. — Snowboarding (Men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom gold medal finals), NBC
Saturday, Feb. 24

Midnight-3 a.m. — Men’s Cross Country (50km gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
1 a.m. – 4 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
3-6:30 a.m. — Men’s Curling (gold medal final), NBCSN
6:30-9:30 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (bronze medal game), NBCSN (LIVE)
9:30-11 a.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s mass start gold medal finals), NBCSN
11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Women’s Curling (Bronze medal match), NBCSN
2-4 p.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (Game of the Day replay), NBCSN
3-6 p.m. — Speed Skating (men’s and women’s mass start gold medal finals), NBC|
3-6 p.m. — Men’s Cross Country (50km gold medal final), NBC
4-6 p.m. — Men’s Curling (gold medal final replay), NBCSN
6-7 p.m. — Olympic Ice, NBCSN
7-10:30 p.m. Women’s Curling (gold medal final), NBCSN (LIVE)
8-11 p.m. — Figure Skating (gala) (LIVE), NBC
8-11 p.m. — Four Man Bobsled (gold medal final Runs), NBC (LIVE)
10:30 p.m.-2 a.m. — Men’s Hockey (gold Medal Game), NBCSN (LIVE)
11:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. — Primetime Plus Coverage, NBC
12:30 a.m. – 3:30 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
Sunday, Feb. 25

3-6 p.m. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBC
7-8 p.m. — Olympic Gold, NBC
8-10:30 p.m. — Closing Ceremony, NBC
11:35 p.m.-3 a.m. — Primetime Encore, NBC
2-4 a.m. — Women’s Cross Country (30km gold medal final), NBCSN
4-6 a.m. — Figure Skating (gala replay), NBCSN
6-10 a.m. — Men’s Ice Hockey (gold medal game replay), NBCSN

UFC 221 Fight Card, How to watch UFC 221 live stream online

UFC 221 is about set to kick off in Perth, Australia with former champion Luke Rockhold squaring off with Yoel Romero in an interim middleweight title fight. The two have been near the top of the division for a few years now and were almost destined to fight eventually. They meet now after current champion Robert Whittaker was forced to withdraw from the main event with a serious staph infection in his stomach.

Still, the new main event for the interim middleweight championship has the potential to be entertaining, as does the heavyweight battle that will take place in the co-main event between veteran Mark Hunt and UFC up-and-comer Curtis Blaydes, who has emerged victorious in his last four fights since losing in his debut with the company. So, all hope may not be lost for the UFC 221 card we’ll see on Saturday night.

Below you’ll find all the information you need heading into Saturday’s UFC 221 main card in Australia.
UFC 221 main card viewing information

Watch UFC 221 live stream online on MMA Fighting for the pay-per-view card at 10 p.m. ET.

The fight card for this portion of the event is as follows:

Yoel Romero vs. Luke Rockhold

Mark Hunt vs. Curtis Blaydes

Tai Tuivasa vs. Cyril Asker

Jake Matthews vs. Li Jingliang

Tyson Pedro vs. Saparbek Safarov

Yoel Romero and former UFC champion Luke Rockhold will square off in the main event for the UFC middleweight interim title. Heavyweights Mark Hunt and Curtis Blaydes collide in the co-main event.

The UFC is allowing fans to watch the event live online above on Y

As far as the undercard action, the TV schedule for that is the following:

Undercard (FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET)

Damien Brown vs. Dong Hyun Kim

Rob Wilkinson vs. Israel Adesanya

Jeremy Kennedy vs. Alexander Volkanovski

Jussier Formiga vs. Ben Nguyen

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

Ross Pearson vs. Mizuto Hirota

Teruto Ishihara vs. Jose Alberto Quinonez

Luke Jumeau vs. Daichi Abe

 

UFC 220 Live Stream, Fight Card, UFC 220 Start Time

The lineup is set for next week’s UFC 220 return to Boston, which features a pair of title fights at the top of the card UFC 220 takes place Saturday at TD Garden in Boston. The main card, which includes two title fights, airs on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

In the main event, heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic (17-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC) puts his title on the line against fast-rising knockout artist Francis Ngannou (11-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC). And in the co-feature, light heavyweight titleholder Daniel Cormier (19-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC) takes on Volkan Oezdemir (15-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC).

Rounding out the main card on pay-per-view is a featherweight fight between Shane Burgos (10-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) and Boston’s own Calvin Kattar (17-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC); a light heavyweight bout between Francimar Barroso (19-6 MMA, 4-3 UFC) and Gian Villante (15-9 MMA, 5-6 UFC); and a bantamweight contest pitting Thomas Almeida (22-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) against Boston’s Rob Font (14-3 MMA, 4-2 UFC).

In the featured prelim, on FS1, Kyle Bochniak (7-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC), from Boston, meets Brandon Davis (8-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) in a featherweight bout. Plus, Abdul Razak Alhassan (8-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) vs. Sabah Homasi (11-7 MMA, 0-2 UFC) is set at welterweight; Dustin Ortiz (17-7 MMA, 6-5 UFC) meets Alexandre Pantoja (18-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC) at flyweight; and short-notice replacement Julio Arce (13-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) meets Dan Ige (8-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) in a featherweight fight between two men making their promotional debuts.

The featured bout on UFC Fight Pass takes place at featherweight, as well, between Enrique Barzola (13-3-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) and Matt Bessette (22-7 MMA, 0-0 UFC). In addition, Maryna Moroz (8-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC) and Jamie Moyle (4-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) square off in a women’s strawweight bout, and Islam Makhachev (14-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) takes on Gleison Tibau (33-12 MMA, 16-10 UFC) at lightweight.

The full UFC 220 lineup includes Fight Card Start Time

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

Champ Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou – for heavyweight title
Champ Daniel Cormier vs. Volkan Oezdemir – for light heavyweight title
Shane Burgos vs. Calvin Kattar
Francimar Barroso vs. Gian Villante
Thomas Almeida vs. Rob Font

PRELIMINARY CARD (FS1, 8 p.m. ET)

Kyle Bochniak vs. Brandon Davis
Abdul Razak Alhassan vs. Sabah Homasi
Dustin Ortiz vs. Alexandre Pantoja
Julio Arce vs. Dan Ige

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET)

Enrique Barzola vs. Matt Bessette
Maryna Moroz vs. Jamie Moyle
Islam Makhachev vs. Gleison Tibau

 

UFC 219 Live Stream Online, Cyborg vs Holm Fight, Start Time, PPV Order, How watch online

UFC 219 is set to cap off a busy 2017 year for MMA and fight fans. Women’s featherweight champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino is set to make her first title defense when she squares off with former women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm in Las Vegas on Dec. 30. Holm is coming off an impressive TKO victory over Bethe Corriea while Cyborg racked up her eighth straight TKO victory over Tonya Evinger in July. Plus, perrenial lightweight contender Khabib Nurmagomedov is looking to stay in contention when he takes on Edson Barboza in the co-main event. Here’s how the full fight card shakes out with the latest odds from Bovada.

UFC 219 Fight Card Start Time Broadcast Info

Event: UFC 219: “Cyborg vs. Holm”
Date: Sat., Dec. 30, 2017
Location: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: Pay-Per-View (PPV), FOX Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass

UFC 219 PPV Main Event:

145 lbs.: UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg vs. Holly Holm

UFC 219 PPV Main Card (10 p.m. ET):

155 lbs.: Edson Barboza vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov
155 lbs.: Marc Diakiese vs. Dan Hooker
115 lbs.: Cynthia Calvillo vs. Carla Esparza
170 lbs.: Carlos Condit vs. Neil Magny

UFC 219 Prelims on FOX Sports 1 (8 p.m. ET):

205 lbs.: Michal Oleksiejczuk vs. Khalil Rountree
145 lbs.: Rick Glenn vs. Myles Jury
155 lbs.: Omari Akhmedov vs. Marvin Vettori
125 lbs.: Matheus Nicolau vs. Louis Smolka

UFC 219 Prelims on Fight Pass (7:30 p.m. ET):

125 lbs.: Mark Delarosa vs. Tim Elliott

UFC 217: weigh-in results Blockbuster card set with all 24 fighters

NEW YORK – MMAjunkie was on scene and reporting live from today’s early and official UFC 217 fighter weigh-ins, where all 24 fighters made weight without issue.

The early weigh-ins took place at the UFC host hotel in New York and precede the ceremonial weigh-ins for the fans, which take place at 6 p.m. ET at Madison Square Garden in New York – the same venue hosts Saturday’s pay-per-view event.

Among those weighing in were middleweight champion Michael Bisping (30-7 MMA, 20-7 UFC) and former welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre (25-2 MMA, 19-2 UFC), who meet in the main event. In addition, bantamweight champ Cody Garbrandt (11-0 MMA, 6-0 UFC) meets ex-champ and former teammate T.J. Dillashaw (14-3 MMA, 10-3 UFC), and women’s strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk (14-0 MMA, 8-0 UFC) takes on Rose Namajunas (6-3 MMA, 4-2 UFC).

The weigh-ins started briskly, with most of the fighters weighing in during the opening half hour. Jedrzejczyk was the last to hit the scale, stepping on it with just a few minutes left in the two-hour session. However, she made made weight without issue, and UFC 217 will feature three championship contests.

The full UFC 217 weigh-in results include:

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

Champ Michael Bisping (184.6) vs. Georges St-Pierre (184.4) – for middleweight title
Champ Cody Garbrandt (135) vs. T.J. Dillashaw (134.8) – for bantamweight title
Champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk (115) vs. Rose Namajunas (114) – for women’s strawweight title
Jorge Masvidal (171) vs. Stephen Thompson (170.4)
Paulo Costa (185.8) vs. Johny Hendricks (185.8)

PRELIMINARY CARD (FS1, 8 p.m. ET)

Joseph Duffy (155.4) vs. James Vick (155.2)
Mark Godbeer (244) vs. Walt Harris (251.8)
Corey Anderson (205.4) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (205)
Randy Brown (170.8) vs. Mickey Gall (169.8)

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET)

Curtis Blaydes (258.8) vs. Aleksei Oleinik (246.2)
Ion Cutelaba (205.6) vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk (205.2)
Ricardo Ramos (135.4) vs. Aiemann Zahabi (135.2)

UFC 217 St-Pierre vs Bisping fight, PPV price, how to watch and live stream

The UFC returns for its last pay-per-view offering in 2017 in the United States, when UFC 217 takes place Saturday, Nov. 4 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The main event will feature Michael Bisping defending the middleweight championship against former welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre. The co-main event is another title fight, with Cody Garbrandt defending the bantamweight championship when he faces former teammate and former 135-pound champion TJ Dillashaw. Another title bout highlights the show when Joanna Jedrzejczyk looks to make a record-setting title defense when she puts up the strawweight title against Rose Namajunas.

UFC 217 has the deepest main card so far in 2017 for the premiere MMA organization. History will be made at the most historic sports arena in the world.

Here is everything you need to know about UFC 217.

All times are Eastern.
UFC 217 date, start time

The first preliminary fight is available for UFC.com’s Fight Pass members beginning at 6:30 p.m. The remaining preliminary fights can be viewed on Fox Sports 1 beginning at 8 p.m. Pay-per-view coverage begins at 10 p.m. St-Pierre and Bisping should enter the octagon at around 1:00 a.m.
UFC 217 PPV price, live stream

The main card on pay-per-view can be purchased for $59.99 in HD. For more information on how to order UFC 217 St-Pierre vs. Bisping, contact your TV provider. You can also live-stream UFC 217 and the St-Pierre vs. Bisping main card on UFC.TV for $59.99.
UFC 217 fight card

Main Card

– Michael Bisping vs. Georges St-Pierre for Bisping’s Middleweight Title
– Cody Garbrandt vs. T.J. Dillashaw for Garbrandt’s Bantamweight Title
– Joanna Jędrzejczyk vs. Rose Namajunas for Jedrzejczyk’s Women’s Bantamweight Title
– Stephen Thompson vs. Jorge Masvidal; Welterweight
– Johny Hendricks vs. Paulo Borrachinha; Middleweight

Preliminary Card

– James Vick vs. Joseph Duffy; Lightweight
– Walt Harris vs. Mark Godbeer; Heavyweight
– Ion Cuțelaba vs. Michał Oleksiejczuk; Light Heavyweight
– Randy Brown vs. Mickey Gall; Welterweight
– Oleksiy Oliynyk vs. Curtis Blaydes; Heavyweight
– Ovince Saint Preux vs. Corey Anderson; Light Heavyweight
– Aiemann Zahabi vs. Ricardo Ramos; Bantamweight
UFC 217 preview

St-Pierre (25-2) is coming back from nearly a four-year layoff. After he defeated Johny Hendricks by a narrow decision at UFC 167, a few weeks later during a conference call, St-Pierre announced he would be taking a sabbatical from the sport due to personal issues and a litany of issues involving the sport. He started negotiating his return about 18 months ago and rumors circulated if he did return, he wanted to make history and move up to middleweight to face Bisping.

Bisping (31-7) captured the title as late-replacement when he knocked out Luke Rockhold at UFC 199. He went on to beat Dan Henderson at UFC 204 by unanimous decision.

A press conference took place in March before UFC 209 with St-Pierre and Bisping to announce they would battle sometime in 2017. Sources had told Sporting News that St-Pierre and Bisping would fight at UFC 213, but Bisping said he wouldn’t be ready due to a knee injury and the fight looked to be off.

Robert Whittaker beat Yoel Romero to become interim middleweight champion at UFC 213. He was scheduled to face Bisping. Fate would have it that Whittaker sustained a knee injury and had to bow out of the event, and the fight between St-Pierre and Bisping was announced a short time later for UFC 217.

Garbrandt and Dillashaw go back to when they were teammates at Team Alpha Male. Tension between them started after Dillashaw had won the bantamweight title at UFC 173 in 2014.

Dillashaw (15-3) left the gym shortly thereafter to head to Elevation Fight Team in Colorado after a feud commenced between TAM founder Urijah Faber and coach Duane Ludwig who had become close with Dillashaw who followed Ludwig to Colorado.

Garbrandt (11-0) captured the belt, beating long-time titleholder and the greatest bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz at UFC 207 last December. He and Dillashaw were scheduled to fight at UFC 213 but Garbrandt sustained a back injury.

Garbrandt and Dillashaw have gone back-and-forth in the press with no regard for each other’s feelings. This has the potential to be the best fight of the year with Dillashaw looking to regain his title while Garbrandt looks to remain undefeated in his quest to become an all-time great.

Jędrzejczyk (14-0) last fought at UFC 211 in May, defeating Jessica Andrade by unanimous decision. A win at UFC 217 would tie former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey’s record of six title defenses.

This will be Namajunas’ (7-3) second attempt at becoming the 115-pound champion. She fell short against Carla Esparza in Dec. 2014. To earn this title opportunity, Namajunas has won four of her last five fights.

UFC 217 Live Stream Online Bisping vs St-Pierre Fight and PPV Order

In a little over two week’s time, Bisping will defend his middleweight title against the legendary welterweight in the main event of UFC 217 which takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The much-maligned bout will be the first time St-Pierre has set foot inside the Octagon since his controversial UFC 167 victory over Johny Hendricks in November 2013.

St-Pierre used his time on the sidelines to improve his already deadly arsenal and give his mind and body a break from the physical and mental pressures of being an active world champion.

St-Pierre is confident he’ll bring the best version of himself to the Octagon on fight night and has promised fans he’ll end Bisping’s reign at the summit of the middleweight division with via KO or TKO.

Bisping doesn’t foresee that happening and believes his opponent will utilise the tactics he’s well known for.

“Georges fights the way he fights. He says that he’s a new reinvented version of himself, but you can’t reinvent the wheel,” ‘The Count’ told Starsport. “Yeah, he’s might do one or two things a little different and maybe he’s going to switch stances here and there, I don’t know.

“But he’s still going to be the same old Georges St-Pierre. And under pressure, you go back to what you know.

“And what does Georges do under pressure? He takes people down. So he’s going to look to take me down.

“Yeah I might eat a few jabs here and there and he’ll probably get a few takedowns, but I’ll get up each and every single time.”

St-Pierre is adamant MSG will be the venue where he bags his first finish since his 2009 victory over UFC Hall of Famer B.J. Penn.

According to Bisping, St-Pierre will look to end his long run without a stoppage with a submission.

“He’s been doing a lot of jiu-jitsu for this fight. A lot of jiu-jitsu and a lot of wrestling,” Bisping added. “Of course, he’s probably been working everything. But I know he’s put special attention into his ground game.

“He will not submit me, I know he’s planning on doing that. He thinks I’m just a kickboxer, I’ve been doing jiu-jitsu tournaments since I was nine or ten years old. So I don’t like his chances of submitting me. And, he hasn’t finished anyone since 2009. I’m going five rounds three times a week with multiple training partners.

“I knocked out three guys in the gym this week, cold. And that’s a fact, quote me on that. So the knockout power is there. I’m understanding the game better than ever.

“And between me and my boxing coach Jason Parillo, I am the best version of myself going into this fight.”

UFC 217 takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 4 and is headlined by a middleweight title fight between champion Michael Bisping and Georges St-Pierre.UFC 217: Bisping vs. St-Pierre Fight Card

Main card

Michael Bisping vs. Georges St-Pierre (middleweight title fight)

Cody Garbrandt vs. T.J. Dillashaw (men’s bantamweight title fight)

Joanna Jędrzejczyk vs. Rose Namajunas (women’s strawweight title fight)

Stephen Thompson vs. Jorge Masvidal (welterweight bout)

Prelims

Mickey Gall vs. Randy Brown (welterweight bout)

James Vick vs. Joseph Duffy (lightweight bout)

Aiemann Zahabi vs. Ricardo Ramos (bantamweight bout)

Johny Hendricks vs. Paulo Borrachinha (middleweight bout)

Ion Cutelaba vs. TBA (light-heavyweight bout)

Corey Anderson vs. Patrick Cummins

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