Israel Adesanya vs. Paulo Costa Live Stream, September 26, 2020

Israel Adesanya vs. Paulo Costa Live Stream, September 26, 2020

UFC 253 information

Date: Sept.26

Area: Fight Island – Abu Dhabi

Start time: 10 p.m. ET (Main card)

The most effective method to watch: ESPN+ pay-per-see

An exceptionally foreseen middleweight title face and a conflict for the empty light heavyweight title will feature UFC 253 on Sept. 26. An area for the occasion has not yet been affirmed, with gossipy tidbits expressing the UFC APEX in Las Vegas and Fight Island in Abu Dhabi are both in play.

In the headliner, Israel Adesanya will risk his middleweight title in his second title guard, taking on Paulo Costa in what has formed into a battle. Adesanya won the title last October by taking out Robert Whittaker. He at that point beat Yoel Romero in March in an exceptionally frustrating battle by choice. Adesanya is 19-0 in his profession and 8-0 in the Octagon, with each of the eight UFC triumphs coming since February 2018. Costa is 13-0 in his vocation and a gigantic man for the 185-pound division. He has finished 11 of his 13 vocation battles by knockout.

Furthermore in the co-headliner, a couple of strong competitors at light heavyweight conflict for the empty title when Dominick Reyes takes on Jan Blachowicz. Jon Jones as of late emptied the lash with plans of climbing to heavyweight for new difficulties, leaving a void at 205 pounds. Reyes most as of late battled Jones to a contested choice misfortune while Blachowicz is on seemingly the best run of his vocation with seven successes in his last eight sessions.

CBS Sports will be with you during the time paving the way to UFC 253 with our total manual for all the activity underneath. Stay aware of the most recent storylines, news and updates from Fight Island, just as the most recent chances from William Hill Sportsbook beneath.

UFC 253 battle card, chances

  • Israel Adesanya (c) – 175 versus Paulo Costa +150, middleweight title
  • Dominick Reyes – 280 versus Jan Blachowicz +230, empty light heavyweight title
  • Kai Kara-France – 240 versus Brandon Rovyal +200, flyweights
  • Ketlen Viera – 190 versus Sijara Eubanks +145, ladies’ bantamweights
  • Zubaira Tukhugov – 120 versus Hakeem Dawodu +100, featherweights
  • Jake Matthews – 700 versus Diego Sanchez +500, welterweights
  • Brad Riddell – 330 versus Alex da Silva +260, lightweights
  • Shane Young – 125 versus Ludovit Klein +105, featherweights
  • Aleksa Camur – 165 versus William Knight +140, light heavyweights
  • Juan Espino – 300 versus Jeff Hughes +240, heavyweights
  • Khadis Ibragimov – 160 versus Danilo Marques +135, light heavyweights