UFC 255 is an imminent mixed martial arts event created by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that shall occur on Nov. 21, 2020, at the UFC APEX facility inside Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The main event for UFC Flyweight Championship will be headlined by lightweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo taking on interim champion Alex Perez. Here’s everything you need to know, when and where is the fight, start time, date, TV channel PPV guide.
When is UFC 255?
UFC 255 will be held on Saturday, November 21 at the UFC APEX center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What time and TV channel for UFC 255 in the US today?
UFC 255 early prelims will begin at 6:30 pm ET, and the main card is expected to kicking off at 8 pm ET. The fight will be shown on the ESPN+ channel.
UFC 254 at a glance
|Main Event||Figueiredo vs Perez|
|Date||Nov 21, 2020|
|Start Time||Main Card: 10:00 PM ET / Preliminary: 8:00 PM ET|
|Venue||The UFC Apex arena in Las Vegas|
|Location||UFC Apex arena in Las Vegas, Nevada|
|TV Channel||ESPN+, PPV|
Deiveson Figueiredo vs Alex Perez preview
UFC has kept up to its promise to run live events during the covid 19 epidemics continuously. Despite annulling several shows at the beginning, the premier mixed martial arts association in the globe has had happenings just about every week from May 9.
For his initial UFC flyweight title defense, Deiveson Figueiredo has a new challenger. MMA Fighting has established with persons in the know of the amendment that Cody Garbrandt will be out of the championship fight against Figueiredo (19-1), which was anticipated to transpire at UFC 255 on Nov. 21. Replacing Garbrandt shall be the top contestant Alex Perez. Garbrandt wrote on social media that his bicep got torn and presumed to contend for the flyweight championship in 2021. Figueiredo became the UFC flyweight champ in his second try at a vacant title, beating Joseph Benavidez by submission in the first round this past July at an Abu Dhabi event. “Deus da Guerra” has currently been victorious in four straight fights.
In Perez (24-5), Figueiredo encounters a competitor who is debatably more worthy of the chance than Garbrandt. Whereas Garbrandt, a previous titleholder at 135 pounds, has on no occasion contested at flyweight, Perez has earned three straight in the division plus boasts of a 6-1 UFC record. In recent times, Perez overwhelmed the accomplished Jussier Formiga in June by the round one TKO.
Who will win why, prediction?
On Nov. 21 Figueiredo (19-1) shall challenge Alex Perez at UFC 255 after Garbrandt pulled out from the championship fight due to an injury. Figueiredo will undertake his first defense of the UFC flyweight championship against the hard-hitting, #4 placed 125-pounder, Alex Perez. Perez substitutes previous bantamweight titleholder Cody Garbrandt, who has withdrawn from the bout. Garbrandt was eyeing to become the second combatant after Henry Cejudo to triumph in both the flyweight and bantamweight titles. Therefore, what are Perez’s odds on this night? Well, he is quite a strong fighter with the concrete nitty-gritty. He has round one wins over Jussier Formiga and Jordan Espinosa in 2020, and there are several grievances regarding him getting shot.
Perez has only been defeated once in the UFC, losing to previous numerous-time championship contender Joseph Benavidez. In Nov. 2018, he was defeated in that fight by round one TKO. Benavidez, indeed, lost two times to Figueiredo. In round two of their first contest, he got knocked out before getting submitted in round one in their rematch that got Figueiredo declared the winner. We can believe Figueiredo is too dominant and just the superior, versatile combatant in this match. He will beat Perez by TKO/KO.
Main event: Figueiredo vs Perez
Network: ESPN, ESPN+
Venue: UFC Apex
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Event Date: November 21, 2020, at 2:30 pm EST
What time is UFC 255 in Australia?
UFC 255 is being held at prime time in the United States, which means the prelims will start at 12:15 am AEDT.
What channel does UFC 255 on today in the UK?
UFC 255 will be shown here in the UK on BT Sport 1.
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How to watch
Last year marked UFC’s promise to web streaming as the promotion collaborated with ESPN to transfer all live UFC occasions — counting PPV contests — to the ESPN Plus (ESPN+) digital streaming service. Currently, that ESPN+ is the exclusive abode home of every live UFC content; enthusiasts are required to have active subscriptions for watching UFC PPV events and UFC Fight Night. ESPN Plus is a sports video-streaming subscription service possessed by Disney Media Networks.
ESPN+ can be accessed via the Watch ESPN application on your tablet, phone, smart TV, computer, or standard television with Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, or other streaming gadgets. You can also, for those who do not have cable or are a cord-cutter. You can likewise get all the proceedings on Sling TV (free trial, promotional offers) or Hulu + Live (free trial) if you favor those podiums and their price plans. If you are totally out of free services, you can live stream the fights for below $5 on ESPN+. (It is only $4.99/month or $49.99/whole year subscription, plus can be annulled whichever time.)
Is a yearly ESPN+ subscription worth your cash? This is contingent on how big a sports devotee you are, plus what sports are significant to you. The complete ESPN+ explanation guidebook should assist you to make a knowledgeable decision and aid you realize how to find ESPN+ games on the television.
How to watch with a VPN
Connect to a server located in the US
Go to the ESPN+ website to log in
Who is on the UFC 255 fight card?
UFC Flyweight Championship
Deiveson Figueiredo (c) (19-1) vs Alex Perez (24-5)
UFC Women’s Flyweight Championship
Valentina Shevchenko (c) (19-3) vs Jennifer Maia (18-6-1)
Brandon Moreno (17-5-1) vs Brandon Royval (12-4)
Mauricio Rua (27-11-1) vs Paul Craig (13-4-1)
John Allan (13-5, 1NC) vs Roman Dolidze (7-0)
Alan Jouban (16-7) vs Jared Gooden (17-4)
Gian Villante (17-12) vs Jake Collier (11-5)
Robbie Lawler (28-15, 1NC) vs Mike Perry (14-6)
Nicolas Dalby (18-4-1, 1NC) vs Orion Cosce (7-0)
UFC 255 play by play results is available here.