UFC 267: How to watch a duel of two blockbuster titles

At the event, which will take place on Saturday, there will be two big title fights in the Octagon Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, which will certainly have huge consequences.
Basically, topical UFC Light heavyweight champion Jan Błachowicz will put his title at stake when he faces Glover Teixeira.

The 42-year-old Teixeira, who holds all-time UFC records for most cast and finished in the light heavyweight division, was scheduled to face Błachowicz on September 25 at UFC 266, but the bout was postponed and postponed to Saturday.

Błachowicz will defend his title for the second time as he defeated Israel Adesanya by unanimous decision in March, while this is Teixeira’s second shot at the UFC title.

Both fighters had no trouble reaching their weight for weighing and the pitches are ready for a success among the two best fighters in the division.

In the fight ahead of the main event, after a dramatic fight earlier this year when Sterling won the title with disqualification, a highly anticipated return match between current bantamweight champion Aljaamin Sterling and former champion Peter Yan was expected.

However, the American withdrew due to a long-standing neck problem, so Cory Sandhagen stepped up against the Russian in what will determine the interim champion in the bantamweight category.

Yan’s last outing against Sterling was only the second in his career and he will return to winning ways when he goes into the ring against Sandhagen.

Sandhagen has never fought for a UFC title belt, although the 29-year-old is No. 3 on the UFC rankings in the first category.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions that result from it, the UFC is hosting events in Abu Dhabi.

In June last year, UFC President Dana White selected Yas Island to provide a safe environment, where the Department of Culture and Tourism sealed nearly 10 square miles (25 km) of the island for Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), which included an arena, hotel, facilities for training and restaurants.

The main ticket will start at 14:00 ET and the previous ticket will start at 10:30 ET.

Here’s how to watch Saturday’s blockbuster event

Africa: Super sports action

Australia: Main Event / Fetch TV / Kayo

Canada: BELL / Rogers / Shaw / SaskTel / Videotron / Telus / Eastlink

France: RMC2

Germany: DAZN

India: Sony TEN 1 / Sony TEN 2 / Sony TEN 3 / Sony LIV

Indonesia: Fox Sports

Italy: DAZN

Middle East: AD Fight / Starzplay / UFC Arabia

Philippines: Fox Sports

Republic of Ireland: BT Sport 2

Singapore: Fox Sports / Fox +

Spain: DAZN

Thailand: Fox Sports

United Kingdom: BT Sport 2



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