UFC 271 - Adesanya vs Whittaker 2: Date, Fight Card, Tickets, Location, Rumors, UK Start Time And Everything You Need To Know

Adesanya vs Whittaker

UFC 271 is set to be the second numbered Ultimate Fighting Championship event of 2022, with a huge main event for the UFC Middleweight title set to take place.

After a huge year for the company, which saw Conor McGregor headline two events and draw massive numbers on PPV, the Ultimate Fighting Championships are set to continue into 2022 with more high profile PPV cards.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 271, which will be taking place in early 2022.

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UPDATE 17th February 2022: Here are the medical suspensions following the fight night.

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UPDATE 12th February: It’s fight night! Check out the full episode of UFC 271 Countdown here:


Check out UFC great Dan Hardy break down the epic main event contest between the two Middleweight fighters:

UPDATE 9th February: Israel Adesanya is looking seriously shredded ahead of UFC 271 this weekend!

Read more: Israel Adesanya is looking seriously shredded ahead of his UFC 271 fight vs Robert Whittaker

UPDATE 1st February 2022: Derek Brunson has given his take on the upcoming Middleweight Title fight between Adesanya and Whittaker. 

Speaking to MMAJunkie, he said: “I can see Whittaker winning, but if I had to pick, I’d probably say ‘Izzy’ repeats and wins and keeps his title.

“I just want to beat both of those guys,” Brunson continued. “‘Izzy’ is more the guy with all the hype, and everybody sees him as unbeatable, so I’d like to go out there and finish a guy like ‘Izzy.’”


UFC President Dana White confirmed that the fight card will be taking place on Saturday February 12th 2022.

The date was noted to Aaron Bronsteter during a conversation with the public face of the company in October 2021.

Bronsteter confirmed the news on Twitter, writing: “Just spoke to Dana White who tells me that UFC 271, expected to be headlined by Israel Adesanya vs. Robert Whitaker is being targeted for either Seattle or a major Canadian city on February 12, 2022.

“Clarification: An error was made when Dana relayed this to me in our interview. Seattle and Canada are being looked at for an event in 2022, but not UFC 271.”

UFC 271 Adesanya vs Whittaker

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Fight Card

Here are the fights that will be taking place at the PPV:

  • 185 lbs.: UFC Middleweight Championship – Israel Adesanya (c) vs. Robert Whittaker
  • 185 lbs.: Derek Brunson vs. Jared Cannonier
  • 135 lbs.: Kyler Phillips vs. Marcelo Rojo
  • 125 lbs.: Roxanne Modafferi vs. Casey O’Neill
  • 125 lbs.: Alex Perez vs. Matt Schnell
  • 155 lbs.: Mark Madsen vs. Vinc Pichel
  • 205 lbs.: Fabio Cherant vs. Carlos Ulberg
  • 205 lbs.: Maxim Grishin vs. Ed Herman
  • 135 lbs.: Ronnie Lawrence vs. Mana Martinez
  • 155 lbs.: Alexander Hernandez vs. Renato Moicano
  • 185 lbs.: AJ Dobson vs. Jacob Malkoun
  • 135 lbs.: Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Sergey Morozov
  • 170 lbs.: Orion Cosce vs. Mike Mathetha

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UPDATE 13th December: You can find more information regarding the Pre-Sale date for the event here, note that the tickets can be pre-ordered at different times depending on what UFC products and services they are already signed up to.

Wed, Dec 15: Presale 4:00 PM GMT – UFC Fight Club
Thu, Dec 16 Presale 4:00 PM GMT – UFC Newsletter
Fri, Dec 17 On Sale 3:00 PM GMT – Public

Tickets for the event are not yet available to purchase, however, we expect these to be available nearer the time on Ticketmaster and other outlets.


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UPDATE 18th December 2021: UFC 271 will be taking place from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

It was initially believed that the event would be taking place in either Seattle or a “major Canadian city” following comments from Dana White.

This would be later confirmed to be a mistake, as an event will be taking place in either Washington or Canada in 2022, just not UFC 271.


UPDATE October 27th: When is Izzy’s next UFC fight?

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There are currently no rumours circulating regarding UFC 271, however, we will update this page as and when there is information released regarding the PPV event.

UK Start Time

The main card of UFC 271 will begin Sunday, February 13th at 03:00 GMT for fans to watch on BT Sport 1. This has been confirmed, however, the company may decide to run the card at an earlier time to accommodate for fans internationally as they did for some events in 2021.

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