The UFC will make its return to Las Vegas this weekend for a packed card, headed up by the main event of Stipe Miocic vs Daniel “DC” Cormier for the heavyweight title.
The title fight at this event can truly be called a super fight, as the heavyweight and light-heavyweight champions go head to head in the octagon. The two fighters are also two of the most liked and respected men in the sport, so it’s a contest that fans want to see both men win and neither lose.
The card also features a Featherweight title fight between Max Holloway and Brian Ortega, which also promises to be an outstanding fight.
What day and date is UFC 226?
UFC 226 will start on Saturday 7 July, with the time difference making it Sunday 8 July in the UK.
What time does UFC 226 start?
The prelims will start at 1am in the UK (5pm West/8pm East) and the main card at 3am (7pm West/10pm East).
How and where can I watch UFC 226?
If you’re in the UK you can catch all the action on
BT Sport 2.
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packages available here.
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