UFC is fighting out of the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas this Saturday night as part of the stacked UFC 247 card.
The main event sees UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones fighting undefeated Dominick Reyes, who has a 12-0 record.
Jones has not lost inside the Octagon since December 2009, in a disqualification against Matt Hammill. Jones initially won the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship all the way back at UFC 128 in March 2011.
He was stripped of the title at UFC 214 after a no contest with Daniel Cormier, before winning it back in his next fight 17 months later.
When does UFC 247 start?
The night starts at 6.15pm ET with the early preliminary card, which is around 11.15pm GMT. This can be viewed via the UFC Fight Pass in the UK.
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The preliminary card, coverage of which will begin at 1am in the UK, includes Trevin Giles fighting Antonio Arroyo, as well as Alex Morono and Lauren Murphy.
The main card is due to start at 3am, with the ring walk for the main event scheduled to be after 4.30am.
How to watch UFC 247?
With the exception of the early preliminary card, coverage of the event can be found on BT Sport 2.
However, if you’re not a BT Sport subscriber, you can catch the entire night, including the early preliminary card, on the UFC Fight Pass which is available at £6.99.
Jon Jones vs Dominick Reyes
Valentina Shevchenko vs Katlyn Chookagian
Juan Adams vs Justin Tafa
Mirsad Bektic vs Dan Ige
Derrick Lewis vs Ilir Latifi
Trevin Giles vs Antonio Arroyo
Alex Morono vs Kalinn Williams
Lauren Murphy vs Andrea Lee
Early Preliminary Card
Miles Johns vs Mario Bautista
Journey Newson vs Domingo Pilarte
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