On Saturday, March 14, UFC Fight Night 170 is taking place, and here's everything you need to know about it, including how to watch.
The main event for UFC Fight Night 170 is Kevin Lee vs Charles Oliveira in a lightweight bout. Kevin Lee has an impressive record of 18-5-0 in the UFC, while Charles Oliveira is 28-8-0 (1NC). The two fighters match up pretty well, though Lee does have a small advantage when it comes to arm reach. But Oliveira has a longer leg reach. And that's going to make for a rather interesting fight.
Who's on the UFC Fight Night 170 Card?
There are 12 fights in all, scheduled for UFC Fight Night 170. That includes the prelims and the main card.
The main card features the following bouts which starts at 8pm EDT
Kevin Lee vs. Charles Oliveira
Demian Maia vs. Gilbert Burns
Renato Moicano vs. Damir Hadzovic
Johnny Walker vs. Nikita Krylov
Francisco Trinaldo vs. John Makdessi
The following fights are going to be on the prelims, starting at 5pm EDT
Amanda Ribas vs. Randa Markos
Bruno Silva vs. David Dvorak
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Aleksei Kunchenko
Enrique Barzola vs. Rani Yahya
Jussier Formiga vs. Brandon Moreno
Mayra Bueno Silva vs. Maryna Moroz
Veronica Macedo vs. Bea Malecki
When does UFC Fight Night 170 take place?
UFC Fight Night 170 takes place on Saturday, March 14. With the event being broadcast live from Ginasio Nilson Nelson, Brazil.
Prelims will begin at 5pm EDT, with the main event set for 8pm EDT. That's a bit earlier than normal, even for Fight Night shows.
This is not a PPV, so you don't need to pay to watch it, like you will need to for UFC 249.
How can I watch UFC Fight Night 170?
UFC Fight Night 170 is going to be exclusive to ESPN+ in the US. So in order to watch UFC Fight Night 170, you will need to sign up for ESPN+, luckily, it's rather inexpensive.
ESPN+ costs just $4.99 per month, or you can sign up for a year at $49.99. The yearly plan is the better option, as you are getting ESPN+ for closer to $4.16 per month. ESPN+ has a ton of UFC content, thanks to the huge investment it made in the sport in the past few years. So you will not only get UFC Fight Night 170, but also get pre- and post-event coverage. As well as access to UFC PPVs every single month.
You can sign up for ESPN+ by clicking here.