UK start times, live streams, undercard fights and how to follow UFC Fight Night 198 – Marseille News

UFC bantamweight rivals Caitlin Vieira and Misha Tate face off in Las Vegas this weekend.

Vieira lost to Yana Kunitskaya last time, while Tate returned from back-to-back defeats by defeating Marion Renew.

Caitlin Vieira and Mischa Tate face off at UFC Fight Night 198 in Las Vegas

Now he will face in the main fight of UFC Fight Night 198.

Scotland’s Joan Calderwood will take action on the card while welterweight Michael Chiesa will take on Sean Brady.

Vieira vi tete: start date and time

The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 20 and will be held at the UFC Apex facilities in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The main event match between Vieira and Tate is scheduled to begin at 2 a.m. UK time on Sunday.

Vieira Vi Tet: TV and Live Broadcasting

The action will air on BT Sport 2 and their initial coverage will begin at 9 pm.

It will be streamed live for subscribers on BT Sport’s website and app.

EE Mobile customers will be able to get a free three-month trial of BT Sport by sending the Sport to 150. You can then cancel the trial at any time.

Fight Night events are also available through the UFC Fight Pass app, which costs £6.99 a month or £71.99 for an annual subscription.

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Joan Calderwood Cera en Action Sea Week-end Vieira We Tet: Fight Card

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Caitlin Vieira vs Misha Tetmichael Chiesa vs Sean Bradirani Yahya vs Kyung Ho KangJoan Calderwood vs Tala SantosDevi Grant vs Adrian Yanez

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Tate defeated Marion Reneau by TKO in the third round in his last UFC outing


Tate beats Marion Reneau by TKO in the third round in his last outing at UFC Vieira vs Tate: What was said?

Misha Tate: “I remember what it’s like to be a champion.

“I think about it a lot, every fight takes me a huge leap forward.

“I’m bigger, stronger and better in this camp. Can’t wait to present on November 20th.

“The road has become long, I have seen dark places…. But this was just to clarify my point of view.

“Nothing equals my desire to win. Never give up, never give up. I’ve come for it!

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