Simply 4 months after the UFC final visited London, combined martial arts’ flagship promotion returns to the English capital this weekend.
March’s UFC London card broke Battle Evening and O2 Enviornment data, as British fighters shone in entrance of a raucous crowd within the first version of the occasion since 2019. It was additionally one of many first Battle Nights to have followers current since earlier than the Covid pandemic started, making for a jubilant night in London.
In the principle occasion, British heavyweight Tom Aspinall submitted Alexander Volkov within the first spherical in his first headline bout within the UFC, enhancing his spectacular file and incomes him one other main-event spot this Saturday, when he takes on Curtis Blaydes in a combat that would crown a No 1 contender.
Paddy Pimblett was arguably the largest star at UFC London in March, nevertheless, and he’ll step into the Octagon once more right here, going through Jordan Leavitt at light-weight.
Right here’s all you want to learn about a stacked card.
When is it?
UFC London takes place on Saturday 23 July on the O2 Enviornment.
The prelims will start at 5pm BST, with the principle card following at 8pm. Ring walks for the principle occasion are anticipated to happen at roughly 10pm.
How can I watch it?
The cardboard will air reside on BT Sport within the UK, with the broadcaster’s app and web site additionally streaming the fights.
Within the US, ESPN+ will stream the motion reside, as will the UFC’s Battle Move.
Aspinall – 4/6; Blaydes – 11/10
Pimblett – 4/11; Leavitt – 15/8
Full odds right here, by way of Betfair.
Curtis Blaydes vs Tom Aspinall (heavyweight)
Jack Hermansson vs Chris Curtis (middleweight)
Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt (light-weight)
Nikita Krylov vs Alexander Gustafsson (mild heavyweight)
Molly McCann vs Hannah Goldy (ladies’s flyweight)
Paul Craig vs Volkan Oezdemir (mild heavyweight)
L’udovit Klein def. Mason Jones by way of unanimous determination (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Marc Diakiese def. Damir Hadzovic by way of unanimous determination (30-26, 30-26, 30-27)
Nathaniel Wooden def. Charles Rosa by way of unanimous decisin (30-26, 30-26, 30-27)
Jonathan Pearce def. Makwan Amirkhani by way of second-round TKO (4:10, punches)
Muhammad Mokaev def. Charles Johnson by way of unanimous determination (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Jai Herbert def. Kyle Nelson by way of unanimous determination (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Victoria Leonardo def. Mandy Bohm by way of unanimous determination (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Nicolas Dalby def. Claudio Silva by way of unanimous determination (29-28, 29-28, 29-27)