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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 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 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)


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

Oleksiy Oliynyk vs. Curtis Blaydes (heavyweight bout)

Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs. Ion Cuțelaba (light-heavyweight bout)

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