UFC 257: Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor Live, Fight card, date, odds, Start Time
UFC 257 info
Date: Saturday, Jan. 23
Location: Flash Forum — Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
Start time: Main card (ESPN+ PPV at 10 p.m. ET); Prelims (ESPN/ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET); Early Prelims (ESPN+ at 6:15 p.m. ET)
How to watch: ESPN+ PPV | Price: $64.99 (new ESPN+ subscribers) or $59.99 (existing subscribers)
The game’s greatest star re-visitations of the Octagon to take on an old adversary with potential lightweight title suggestions
Here we are once more, in a fresh out of the plastic new year, and the UFC’s compensation per-see plan is set regardless a January occasion featured by Irish genius Conor McGregor. In the lightweight headliner of UFC 257, McGregor re-visitations of the Octagon to confront Dustin Poirier in a rematch of their 2014 conflict.
In their first gathering, McGregor took under two minutes to score a TKO triumph. That battle occurred at featherweight, however Poirier has made his mark as a lightweight, including a concise pursue as between time champion a predominant success over Max Holloway. Poirier has gone on a 10-2 run since the misfortune to McGregor with one misfortune coming to Khabib Nurmagomedov, ostensibly the most prevailing warrior in UFC history.
He bobbed back from that rout with a battle of the year competitor against Dan Hooker last June to remind everybody exactly how profound the 155-pound division can be. McGregor, then, gotten back from his own all-encompassing nonattendance last January with a snappy TKO over Donald “Rancher” Cerrone at welterweight. McGregor, truth be told, has just contended at 155 pounds in UFC twice.
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The principal PPV of 2021, much like 2020, is genuinely unbalanced. That is confirmed by the co-headliner where fans will get their first look at previous Bellator champion Michael Chandler when he takes on Dan Hooker at lightweight. The two contenders are hoping to get into the title discussion at 155 pounds with a success. What’s more, in spite of his complete retirement declaration in October, champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has revealed to Dana White that on the off chance that somebody in one or the other battle “intrigues him”, he may consider one final battle to get to 30-0 in his profession.
UFC 257 happens on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi and will stream only on ESPN+ pay-per-see. Here’s a gander at the total battle card with the most recent chances from William Hill Sportsbook.
UFC 257 battle card, chances
Conor McGregor – 300 versus Dustin Poirier +240, lightweights
Dan Hooker – 130 versus Michael Chandler +110, lightweights
Joanne Calderwood – 120 versus Jessica Eye +100, ladies’ flyweights
Ottman Azaitar – 160 versus Matt Frevola +135, lightweights
Amanda Ribas – 310 versus Marina Rodriguez +250, ladies’ strawweights
Arman Tsarukyan – 240 versus Nasrat Haqparast +200, lightweights
Brad Tavares – 155 versus Antonio Carlos Junior +130, middleweights
Sara McMann – 125 versus Julianna Pena +105, ladies’ bantamweights
Khalil Rountree – 330 versus Marcin Prachnio +260, light heavyweights
Makhmud Muradov – 135 versus Andrew Sanchez +115, middleweights
Movsar Evloev – 420 versus Nik Lentz +330, featherweights
Zhalgas Zhumagulov – 125 versus Amir Albazi +105, flyweights
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