Event: UFC Vegas 32: “Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw”
Date: Sat., July 24, 2021
Location: APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: ESPN+ (4 p.m. ET | 7 p.m. ET)
UFC Vegas 32 Main Event On ESPN+:
135 lbs.: Cory Sandhagen versus TJ Dillashaw
UFC Vegas 32 Main Card, Prelims On ESPN+:
185 lbs.: Brendan Allen versus Puna Soriano
125 lbs.: Maycee Barber versus Miranda Maverick
135 lbs.: Aspen Ladd versus Macy Chiasson
135 lbs.: Trevin Jones versus Tony Kelley
135 lbs.: Raphael Assuncao versus Kyler Phillips
170 lbs.: Mickey Gall versus Jordan Williams
135 lbs.: Randy Costa versus Adrian Yanez
185 lbs.: Ian Heinisch versus Nassourdine Imavov
135 lbs.: Julio Arce versus Andre Ewell
145 lbs.: Darren Elkins versus Darrick Minner
135 lbs.: Cameron Else versus Aaron Phillips
Fight card, session request and number of battles stay subject to change because of COVID-19.
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T.J. Dillashaw and Cory Sandhagen by and by are planned to battle after a slice to Dillashaw managed him out of UFC Vegas 26.
The top-level bantamweights will meet at a July 24 occasion at a date and scene to be affirmed, the UFC declared Thursday. MMA Junkie was first to report the new reserving.
The occasion could happen at UFC APEX in Las Vegas; UFC President Dana White has demonstrated the scene will have future Fight Night occasions after UFC 261 and UFC 262 occurred in Florida and Texas, individually.
Dillashaw said he was head-interrupted preparing and posted an image of the cut that governed him out of the battle with Sandhagen. A flyweight battle between Michelle Waterson and Marina Rodriguez filled in as the substitution main event for the May 8 show.
Dillashaw, a previous bantamweight champion, sat two years because of an enemy of doping suspension for erythropoietin (EPO). He surrendered the title and confessed to cheating in anticipation of a flyweight title shot against then-champ Henry Cejudo in 2019 that Dillashaw lost by means of TKO in only 32 seconds.
Sandhagen plans to put another ex-champ on his resume after he took out previous lightweight champ Frankie Edgar with a flying knee in Feburary. It was his subsequent straight success since an accommodation misfortune to current champ Aljamain Sterling that denoted his first octagon mishap