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The UFC returned to London, England live on Sportsnet. We recap the entire fight card from top to bottom, including the main event where interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao continued his unbeaten streak when he submitted top contender Michael McDonald. So will Barao finally get his shot at Dominick Cruz to unify the bantamweight belts?
The UFC matchmakers have been very busy announcing a number of notable fights for the coming months. Find out which big names are set to square off, some of which may surprise you.
Saturday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California the Ultimate Fighting Championship will hold their fifth event in the last six weeks, and it will be historic, as the organization debut’s the new women’s bantamweight division with champion Ronda Rousey putting her title on the line in the main event against Liz Carmouche. We take a closer look at this match-up and how they got to the big show.
UFC 157 features many other big matchups, we breakdown all the fights and examine the co-main event between Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson in our latest “Beginning of the End”. Plus, find out who some of the sports best think will come out on top between “The Dragon” and “Hendo.”
Don’t forget that you can catch two hours of live prelim action from UFC 157 this Saturday starting at 8 pm ET /5pm PT on Sportsnet East, Ontario, West and Pacific.
UFC CENTRAL- MONDAY FEBRUARY 18TH
SPORTSNET EAST 11:30 PM ET
SPORTSNET ONTARIO 11:30 PM ET
SPORTSNET WEST 11:30 PM MT
SPORTSNET PACIFIC 11:30 PM PT
SPORTSNET ONE 1:30 AM ET
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