UFC 200 live stream: How to watch the Lesnar vs. Hunt fight and undercard online

It’s finally here. ##UFC 200## won’t feature Conor McGregor vs Nate Diaz 2 and it won’t feature Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier 2 but it will feature Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes and Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt and it will air live on pay-per-view from Las Vegas tonight Saturday, July 9, 2016.

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##UFC 200##

The five fight PPV card airs starting at 10 p.m. ET tonight and, in addition to Tate vs Nunes for the women’s bantamweight title and Lesnar vs Hunt, it will feature a non-title bout between Daniel Cormier vs. Anderson Silva, an interim featherweight title bout between Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar and heavyweights Cain Velasquez vs. Travis Browne.
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There will be four prelim fights airing on Fox Sports 1 in the US beginning at 8 p.m. ET. That card features Women’s Bantamweight Cat Zingano vs. Julianna Pena, a catchweight bout Johny Hendricks vs. Kelvin Gastelum, bantamweights T.J. Dillashaw vs. Raphael Assuncao and lightweights Sage Northcutt vs. Enrique Marín. Hendricks missed the 170lb. welterweight limit.

Three fights will stream live on UFC’s Fight Pass service beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET: lightweights Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Lauzon, middleweights Gegard Mousasi vs. Thiago Santos, and lightweights Jim Miller vs. Takanori Gomi.

No matter where in the world you are, here’s how you can catch all the action from the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas.

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Online:

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— Fight Pass (early prelims), starting at 6:15 p.m. ET
— UFC.TV (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m. ET (excluding United Kingdom, Brazil and India)
— YouTube (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m. ET (United States and Canada only)

Cable/Satellite:

— Fox Sports 1 (prelims), starting at 8 p.m.
— DirecTV and Dish (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m.
— On your television (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m. (see list of U.S. and international viewing options below)

Tablet/Mobile:

— Android Market
— App Store

Local Area:

— Bar or restaurant (Joe Hand Promotions)

You can also watch UFC 200 through your television or set-top box, including Apple TV and Roku, as well as through a video game console such as PS3 or PS4.

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Cable/Satellite Airings for the main UFC 200 card

North America

US — Pay-Per-View
Canada — Pay-Per-View
Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Nicaragua — Channel 13
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Rep. Dominicana — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

Pacific Rim

Australia — Main Event
New Zealand — Sky TV
Brunei — Fox South East Asia
Cambodia — Fox South East Asia
China — Fox South East Asia
China — Guangdong TV
China — LETV
China — PPTV
Hong Kong — Fox South East Asia
India — Sony SIX SD, HD & KIK
Indonesia — Fox South East Asia
Indonesia — MNC/RCTI
Japan — WoWoW
Macau — Fox South East Asia
Malaysia — Fox South East Asia (Delayed)
Micronesia — Fox South East Asia
Mongolia — Sansar HD
Myanmar — Fox South East Asia
Palau — Fox South East Asia
Papau New Guinea — Fox South East Asia
Philippines — Balls & ABS CBN Sports and Action
Singapore — Fox South East Asia
South Korea — Superaction SPOTV Plus
Thailand — Fox South East Asia
Thailand — RS Channel 8
Vietnam — Fox South East Asia
Europe/Middle East/Africa

U.K./Ireland — BT Sport 2
Belgium — Kombat Sport (Delayed)
Croatia — Fight Channel
Czech Republic — Nova TV (Delayed)
Denmark — Canal 8 Sport
France — Kombat Sport (Delayed)
Iceland — 365 Media
Ireland — TV 3 (Delayed)
Italy — Fox Sports Italy
Luxemborg — Kombat Sport (Delayed)
Netherlands — Fox Sports Netherlands
Norway — CMore
Poland — Extreme Sports Channel
Portugal — Benfica TV
Russia — VGTRK
Sweden — TV4 (CMore)
Algeria — Abu Dhabi Sports
Armenia — Setanta Sports
Azerbaijan — Setanta Sports
Bahrain — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Belarus — Setanta Sports
Chad — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Comoros Islands — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Djibouti — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Egypt — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Georgia — Setanta Sports
Iraq — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Israel — Sport 5
Jordan — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Kazakhstan — Setanta Sports
Kuwait — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Kyrgyzstan — Setanta Sports
Lebanon — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Moldova — Setanta Sports
Mauritania — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Morocco — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Oman — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Palestine — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Qatar — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
San Marino — Fox Sports Italy
Saudi Arabia — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Tajikistan — Setanta Sports
Tunisia — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Turkmenistan — Setanta Sports
U.A.E. — Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Uzbekistan — Setanta Sports
Vatican City — Fox Sports Italy

Source: http://www.sbnation.com/

UFC 200: What time does it start, who is on the fight card now Cormier vs Jones 2 is off, and what are our predictions?

When is UFC 200?

Saturday, July 9 is the date for this landmark edition of the UFC.

With the action taking place in the US, that means a late night for anyone following the fights from the UK.

Which venue is hosting?

UFC 200 will play out in the Las Vegas Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

What time is the main event and who replaces Jon Jones?

For followers in the UK, the main draw of the evening won’t take place until deep into the early hours of the morning of Sunday, July 10.

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Early prelims start at 11:30pm BST, with prelims following at 1am and the main card not getting under way until 3am – provided the schedule doesn’t get put back.

With the mouth-watering fight between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier cancelled due to notification of a doping violation made by Jones, Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes, for Tate’s bantamweight crown, has become the main event.

 

But there is huge interest in Brock Lesnar and Mark Hunt.

The loss of the light-heavyweight title bout – a rematch of UFC 182 – just days before the bicentenary celebration is a major dampener for both fans and organisers alike. But from the mayhem, Cormier will now face replacement Anderson Silva in a three-round contest art 205 lbs.Jones is broadly considered to be the best pound-for-pound fighter in the UFC but has endured problems in recent years – having previously tested positive for cocaine, he has only just returned from a ban for his part in a hit-and-run incident in the US in 2015.

However, Anderson Silva – himself highly rated in the pound-for-pound stakes, and once-longstanding middleweight champion – has stepped in to fight Cormier at the eleventh hour.

A relieved Cormier told MMA Fighting: “I am honored to share the Octagon with the one of the greatest fighters of all time.”This is a very tough fight for me, and I have to fight smart and to do my best in order to win this fight. Thank you Anderson for stepping up.”

Who else is on the fight card?

Main Card

Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes

Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt
Daniel Cormier vs Anderson Silva
Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar
Travis Brown vs Cain Velasquez
TJ Dillashaw vs Raphael Assuncao

Undercard

Julianna Pena vs Cat Zingano
Kelvin Gastelum vs Johny Hendricks
Sage Northcutt vs Enrique Marin
Joe Lauzon vs Diego Sanchez
Thiago Santos vs Gegard Mousasi
Takanori Gomi vs Jim Miller

How can I watch UFC 200?

A UFC Fight Pass, available by monthly subscription, would really come into its own on a night like this.

Assuming you don’t have one of those, your best bet in the UK is going to be BT Sport.
The broadcaster’s coverage will be available live on both the BT Sport 2 channel and the BT Sport website – build up begins at midnight BST and live action commences with the prelims at 1am.

Helpfully, if you can’t bear to stay up until 7am when the coverage concludes, a full replay of the UFC 200 main card will be screened on BT Sport 2 on Sunday night, 9pm.

Which titles are on the line at UFC 200?

Cormier vs Jones 2 would have decided the champion of the light heavyweight division, but there are still other titles to be decided at UFC 200.

Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes go toe-to-toe with the bantamweight title at stake in thelast fight of the evening, while the either Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar will go home with the featherweight title from the fourth fight on the main bill.
Predictions for UFC 200 with Gareth A. Davies and Michael Bisping

Gareth A. Davies and Michael Bisping, the UFC middleweight champion and FOX Sports analyst, look ahead at some of the fights at UFC 200, while Gareth, with England & Lions prop Alex Corbisiero predict the big fights this weekend at UFC 200 on our correspondent’s regular UFC radio hour.

Heavyweight: Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt:

Michael Bisping: Brock Lesnar is coming into the UFC with a lot of pressure here. He’s the big WWE star and of course in the past he was the UFC heavyweight champion. He was dominant, but then got soundly beaten a few times. He’s been away for about three years and he hasn’t been boxing with any mixed martial arts training. But I can see Mark Hunt knock him out cold. And Brock Lesnar will probably regret the day he decided to sign up for the UFC again.
Prediction: HUNT by KO

Gareth A. Davies: I agree with Bisping on Brock but it all depends on whether Mark Hunt can quell the takedowns of Lesnar. Hunt is so smart on his feet and has such command of range and timing with his hands, Brock will be outclassed in the stand-up. Hunt has also been so active, and there will be huge ring rust in the big man. Expect a bulrush early from Lesnar, and Hunt to be smart with feet, and heavy with his hands.
Prediction: HUNT by KO

Women’s bantamweight title: Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes

Gareth A. Davies: Nunes starts fast and is dangerous early. Tate will have to combat this, weather the storm and win in the late rounds. Tate has become smarter and more seasoned, more fluent and accurate in the stand-up, and for me, will stop Nunes late, in the fourth or fifth round.
Prediction: TATE by 4th/5th rd stoppage, TKO or SUB.

Welterweight: Johny Hendricks vs. Kelvin Gastelum:

Michael Bisping: These are two fighters who have similar backgrounds and they’re both pretty decent strikers, but the real difference is that Hendricks seems to be on the slide, while Gastelum is on the rise. Gastelum matches up very well with Johnny Hendricks. Both are very good wrestlers and powerful strikers. For Gastelum, this fight will really push him into the welterweight weight title discussion. I hate to pick against Hendricks, but I think Gastelum gets the job done.
Prediction: GASTELUM on PTS.

Gareth A. Davies: Gastelum is a future champion of the division. I’m looking to see him show improved Muay Thai he has been working on with Rafael Cordeiro at Kings MMA. Gastelum’s fluid boxing and wrestling was always there, and he is putting the roundedness together for a run on the title. They are well matched, but Gastelum, if at his best, gets the points decision.
Prediction: GASTELUM on PTS.

UFC 200: Sage Northcutt claims first-ever loss to Bryan Barberena was a ‘fluke

UFC 200: Sage Northcutt’s hype train came to a momentary halt at UFC on FOX 18 after the 20-year-old suffered the first loss of his professional mixed martial arts (MMA) career at the hands of Bryan Barberena.

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But, as “Super” revealed after the loss, he wasn’t at full strength going into his third fight inside the Octagon — battling strep throat in the days leading up to the event — but opted to remain on the card. It’s a claim for which UFC President Dana White can vouch. UFC 200 Stream

That said, Northcutt declared on “The MMA Hour” that had he been at full speed, the fluke loss wouldn’t have happened.

“It was a lot of fights in that amount of months. I believe looking back at my last fight, that was a fluke deal. If I wasn’t sick, I believe I would have finished off my opponent very quickly. So, that’s what I go out to do all of the time; is finish off my opponents. I have four knockouts, and three submissions, so that’s what I am looking to do for this fight and I am excited.”

He continued on by giving his thoughts on Barberena’s win over Warlley Alves at UFC 198

“It was definitely interesting for sure. All I know is, what I can say is that I was not my normal self in my last fight against him and If I was my normal self it would have been a different story. It was a fluke deal my last fight. I know I wasn’t my normal self. I am very explosive, and you saw me go out there and trip over my own feet and have to fall on the ground, and throw a kick after falling. that wasn’t something that I would normally do, my normal self. I didn’t have my normal speed, my normal explosiveness, none of that and I believe the people watching could see that.”

Northcutt will look to get back on the winning track when he faces Enrique Marin on the undercard of the stacked UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event on July 9, 2016, from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada (full details here).

It’s his chance to prove that his hype was warranted and show just what he can do when he’s at full health. With a win, perhaps a rematch against Barberena is in his future.

Source: http://www.mmamania.com/

UFC 200 Primer: Cat Zingano vs. Julianna Pena Head-to-Toe Breakdown

The focus at UFC 200 on July 9 may be on the women’s bantamweight championship fight between Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes, but another bout at 135 pounds is worth keeping an eye on as well.

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The featured prelim of the night features No. 4-ranked* Cat Zingano (9-1) vs. No. 8-ranked Julianna Pena (7-2).

Zingano has not been in action since her 14-second defeat at the hands of then-champion Ronda Rousey in February 2015. The former title challenger would have another strong claim at a title shot with a victory and Tate retaining her gold.

Pena, the season 18 winner of The Ultimate Fighter, has developed from prospect to contender. She is 3-0 inside the Octagon, and a win over Zingano would also give her a claim at a title shot. Unfortunately, nothing is guaranteed with Rousey’s return looming over the division.

Zingano and Pena will do their best to state their case as the next challenger in a matchup between two of the most aggressive fighters in the division. Who will walk away victorious at UFC 200 in Las Vegas? Let’s break down the action for the featured preliminary contest of the UFC’s biggest card to date.

Source: http://bleacherreport.com/

UFC 200: Frankie Edgar ‘highly doubts’ Jose Aldo has ever fought injured

UFC 200: As part of the stacked UFC 200 lineup, Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar will lock horns once again, this time for the interim featherweight title. Aldo defeated Edgar by unanimous decision back in 2013 to successfully defend his belt, which he’s since lost to Conor McGregor. It’s expected that the winner of this match will either face McGregor next, or Conor will vacate his title and either Aldo or Edgar will be promoted to full champion status.

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With the fight just one month away, there was a rumor that the Brazilian had suffered an injury in training camp, but Aldo squashed those rumblings and insisted he’ll make it to fight night. Aldo’s history of fight withdrawals is something that Edgar is fully aware of, as their original UFC 153 matchup was postponed when Jose injured himself in a motorcycle accident. “The Answer” made note of this in an interview with Fox Sports. Stream UFC 200

“We were supposed to fight earlier and he had a little boo-boo on his foot from a motorcycle accident and we had to reschedule. I highly doubt he’s ever fought injured,” Edgar said. “If he did, he must fight injured all the time because how much does this guy pull out of fights?”

Aldo has pulled out of fights against Josh Grispi (UFC 125), Erik Koch (UFC 149), Edgar (UFC 153), Chad Mendes (UFC 176), and most recently Conor McGregor (at UFC 189). Edgar is obviously focusing on the Aldo fight, but is confident that he’ll be prepared in case his opponent can’t make the fight date once again.

“I’m just trying to focus on him but I won’t be surprised if that happens, obviously,” Edgar said. “You’re seeing it happen in every weight class, not just us, but especially with Aldo. Anything can happen.

“I’m just going to train hard for Aldo and if we need to make an adjustment, we can do it on the fly.”

UFC 200 is set for July 9th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones 2 is the main event, while Brock Lesnar makes his return to MMA competition with a co-main event showdown against the heavy-handed Mark Hunt

Source: http://www.bloodyelbow.com/

Fil-Am fighter Mark Muñoz included in UFC’s 200 greatest fighters

UFC 200: As a lead up to the UFC 200 pay-per-view event, the promotion has complied a list of fighters who carved a significant niche in the league Retired Filipino-American stalwart Mark Muñoz has been recognized by the Ultimate Fighting Championship as one of the organization’s 200 greatest fighters of all time.

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As a lead up to the UFC 200 pay-per-view event on July 9, the promotion has complied a list of fighters who carved a significant niche in the league.

Determined by a panel of experts and the overall consensus of UFC fans, the partial results were revealed through a special 6-part countdown series that began on Thursday, June 2.

The 38-year-old native of Mission Viejo, California had a 6-year tenure in the world’s premier mixed martial arts (MMA) company and managed to land on the No. 179 spot of the rankings.Countless MMA competitors have tried to conclude their prizefighting runs on a high note, but most failed dismally. UFC 200 Fight Card

Mark Muñoz is one of the few who managed to execute a storybook epilogue to his professional career triumphantly.

(READ: Mark Muñoz goes out on his own terms)

“The Filipino Wrecking Machine” turned back the clock to dominate young English middleweight Luke Barnatt in his farewell fight at UFC Fight Night 66 in May 2015.

Although he was coming off 3-straight stoppage setbacks, Muñoz returned to top physical form as he overpowered Barnatt over 3 rounds to sweep the judges’ sheets with the scores of 30-27, 29-28 and 30-27.

Muñoz overwhelmed Barnatt from start to finish with repetitive takedowns and solid overhand rights to negate the length and height leverage.

The pro-Muñoz crowd at Pasay City’s SM Mall of Asia Arena erupted in the dying seconds of the third round when he scored a single-leg takedown and concluded it with his signature “Donkey Kong” ground-and-pound.
“This is something I dreamed about and I hoped for,” Muñoz said. “I know I didn’t accomplish what I wanted to accomplish in the cage, but I invested a lot of my time in lives. I’ve been able to help change lives and impact lives in a positive way. That’s what I’m here for.” – Rappler.com

UFC 200: Holly Holm says she’s ready for Ronda Rousey rematch in landmark event

UFC 200: UFC women’s bantamweight champion of the world Holly Holm has said that she is willing to wait for her rematch with Ronda Rousey for some more months, if the company decides to keep the championship match in the UFC 200 fight card.

The former decorated pro boxer stunned the world as she became the first woman in the history of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) to defeat Rousey via a KO (knockout). Holm, 34, achieved the feat in the main event of UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia, last month.The talk of the town following the fight has been of an instant rematch, with several UFC fans around the world joining the chorus. Rousey, on her part, also announced earlier that she would be busy with filming after UFC 193, and would not be available until June next year.

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Therefore, taking everything into perspective, it looks like UFC 200, the company’s landmark event that is scheduled to take place in July, is the most likely destination for the rematch.

“If it’s UFC 200, then the rematch is great,” Holm told Fox Sports US.

UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta has also meanwhile revealed that negotiations are on with Holm’s management team currently on whether the rematch could see the light of the day in UFC 200.

“I think it will be the biggest fight in UFC history. We certainly believe that as a company,” the UFC supremo said in an interview with Sporting News. I think the world will be interested in a rematch because it was a huge upset. So many people thought Ronda was just completely invincible. To see her get beat like that was a shock. They want to see if she can come back.

“We’d like to make that fight happen in July at UFC 200. We’re still talking to Holly’s management team to figure out whether that works for them. We should know in the near future.”

The former champion, Rousey, in her first media interaction post UFC 193, stated that she is itching for a rematch with Holm, to get the title back.

“I need to come back,” Rousey said to ESPN last week. “I need to beat this chick [Holm]. Who knows if I’m going to pop my teeth out or break my jaw or rip my lip open again. I have to f**king do it. It doesn’t matter. I have to do it.

“I just feel so embarrassed,” Rousey continued. “How I fought after that is such an embarrassing representation of myself. I wasn’t even f**king there.”

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