UFC 270 start time – Francis Ngannou vs. Ciryl Gane: Live stream, PPV prizes, fight card, prelims, TV channel

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A unification of the heavyweight championship and a trilogy of titles headline the action when UFC 270 takes place on Saturday night in Anaheim, Calif. It’s the first pay-per-view event of the year for the UFC and should start 2022 with a bang.

In the main event of the night, heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou will take on interim champion Ciryl Gane in a battle to determine who is the best man in the sport’s most dangerous division. The co-main event includes the third battle between Brandon Moreno and Deiveson Figueiredo. Figueiredo retained the flyweight championship when they first met when the pair battled to a draw. In the rematch, Moreno dominated the action to become the first-ever Mexican-born UFC champion.

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The undercard features exciting fighters looking to send a message on a massive stage. Look no further than the long fight on the main card when Michel Pereira takes on Andre Fialho at welterweight. Pereira is as flashy as they come, with a series of wild strikes that always get fans buzzing. But he passes a tough test at Fialho, who is making his promotional debut after years on the regional stage. In 14 career wins, Fialho has scored saves in 11 of them.

Below is all the information you need to catch UFC 270 on Saturday night.

How to watch the UFC 270 prelims

Dated: January 22 | Site: Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Channel: ESP | Flux: ESPN+

How to watch the UFC 270 main card

Dated: January 22 | Site: Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Flux: ESPN+ | Price: $74.99

Now, here’s a look at the main UFC 270 fight card and betting odds via Caesars Sportsbook.

UFC 270 Main Card, Odds

Ciryl Gane (ic)-155

Francis Ngannou (c) +130

Heavyweight title

Brandon Moreno (c) -175

Deiveson Figueiredo +150

Flyweight title

Michael Pereira -280

André Fialho +230

Welterweight

Said Nurmagomedov -190

Cody Staman +160

Bantam-weight

Trevin Gilles -110

Michael Morales-110

Welterweight

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