The UFC continues on Saturday with another Fight Night in Las Vegas.
The main event sees Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland go toe-to-toe in an intriguing middleweight bout.
Both men go into the contest in rich form having each won their last four fights.
One of Hall’s victories came against legendary Anderson Silva, while Strickland’s run includes wins over Nordine Taleb, Jack Marshman, Brendan Allen and Krzysztof Jotko.
Who will continue their stellar form tonight?
Here’s more info on the fights and how you can watch it:
Where and when is UFC Fight Night?
UFC Fight Night is taking place on Saturday night, July 31 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, USA.
The main bout of the night is a middleweight contest between Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland.
What time is it on at in the UK?
The preliminaries start at midnight UK time with the main card starting at 2am on Sunday morning.
Who else is on the card?
- Uriah Hall vs. Sean Strickland, middleweight
- Kyung Ho Kang vs. Rani Yahya, bamtamweight
- Cheyanne Buys vs. Gloria de Paula, women’s strawweight
- Niklas Stolze vs. Jared Gooden, welterweight
- Ryan Benoit vs. Zarrukh Adashev, flyweight
- Bryan Barberena vs. Jason Witt, welterweight
- Nicco Montano vs. Wu Yanan, women’s bantamweight
- Collin Anglin vs. Melsik Baghdasaryan, featherweight
- Chris Gruetzemacher vs. Rafa Garcia, lightweight
- Danny Chavez vs. Kai Kamaka, featherweight
- Jinh Yu Frey vs. Ashley Yoder, women’s strawweight
- Ronnie Lawrence vs. Trevin Jones, bantamweight
- Phil Rowe vs. Orion Cosce, welterweight
What TV channel is it on?
BT Sport 1 is showing the UFC Fight Night with coverage of the preliminaries starting at midnight. Coverage of the main card begins at 2am UK time. If you’re not a BT Sport subscriber, you can check out their sports packages here or buy a £25 Monthly Pass.
The early preliminaries are being shown on UFC Fight Pass