Just four months right after the UFC final frequented London, combined martial arts’ flagship promotion returns to the English cash this weekend.
March’s UFC London card broke Combat Night and O2 Arena data, as British fighters shone in front of a raucous group in the 1st edition of the event due to the fact 2019. It was also 1 of the first Combat Nights to have followers current due to the fact just before the Covid pandemic began, generating for a jubilant evening in London.
In the main function, British heavyweight Tom Aspinall submitted Alexander Volkov in the initially spherical in his very first headline bout in the UFC, bettering his outstanding file and earning him yet another main-function location this Saturday, when he takes on Curtis Blaydes in a fight that could crown a No 1 contender.
Paddy Pimblett was arguably the largest star at UFC London in March, even so, and he will stage into the Octagon yet again listed here, struggling with Jordan Leavitt at light-weight.
Here’s all you will need to know about a stacked card.
When is it?
UFC London can take put on Saturday 23 July at the O2 Arena.
The prelims will start out at 5pm BST, with the principal card subsequent at 8pm. Ring walks for the principal function are anticipated to get spot at close to 10pm.
How can I enjoy it?
The card will air dwell on BT Activity in the United kingdom, with the broadcaster’s app and website also streaming the fights.
In the US, ESPN+ will stream the motion live, as will the UFC’s Battle Go.
Aspinall – 4/6 Blaydes – 11/10
Pimblett – 4/11 Leavitt – 15/8
Curtis Blaydes vs Tom Aspinall (heavyweight)
Jack Hermansson vs Chris Curtis (middleweight)
Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt (lightweight)
Nikita Krylov vs Alexander Gustafsson (light heavyweight)
Molly McCann vs Hannah Goldy (women’s flyweight)
Paul Craig vs Volkan Oezdemir (gentle heavyweight)
L’udovit Klein vs Mason Jones (lightweight)
Marc Diakiese vs Damir Hadzovic (light-weight)
Nathaniel Wooden vs Charles Rosa (featherweight)
Makwan Amirkhani vs Jonathan Pearce (featherweight)
Muhammad Mokaev vs Charles Johnson (flyweight)
Jai Herbert vs Kyle Nelson (light-weight)
Mandy Bohm vs Victoria Leonardo (women’s flyweight)
Claudio Silva vs Nicolas Dalby (welterweight)