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Ufc Night Fight Live Stream online 2018
UFC Night Fight Live Stream online 2018. We have one UFC Fight Night stop to make on the road to UFC 226 on July 7, and that detour comes to us Saturday morning with the UFC Fight Night 132 event live from Singapore. This event will feature a four-fight main card, with a welterweight showdown set to headline the event.
In the main event, the always charismatic Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone will look to pick up his second consecutive victory when he takes on Leon Edwards. Cerrone is coming off a first-round TKO win over Yancy Medeiros at UFC Fight Night 126 back in February, while Edwards has been on a winning streak for just a bit longer. As a matter of fact, the 26-year-old Edwards has been victorious in his last five UFC fights, with his last win coming over Peter Sobotta via third-round TKO at UFC Fight Night 127 this past March.
Serving as the co-main event of the card, former interim light heavyweight title challenger Ovince Saint Preux will look to get back into the win column when he takes on Tyson Pedro in light heavyweight action.
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Below is all the information you need for the UFC Fight Night 132 event set to take place on Saturday morning. This card will not air on television, as it’s exclusive to the UFC Fight Pass streaming service.
UFC Fight Night 132 viewing information
Date: Saturday, June 23
Time: 8 a.m. ET
Stream: UFC Fight Pass
UFC Fight Night: Cerrone v Edwards live streaming and TV coverage will be provided exclusively by BT Sport on Saturday as one of Britain’s up-and-coming stars takes to the octagon.
The legendary Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone goes head-to-head with Leon Edwards in the headlining welterweight bout in Singapore.
Cerrone v Edwards: Fight preview
“I’m beating Leon, first because he’s a d**k, and second because I’m coming for the belt,” Cerrone told the UFC.
If that doesn’t prove that there’s no love lost between these two fighters, then nothing will! The war of words has been fierce and there’s no reason to suggest we will see anything different in the octagon.
A veteran of 27 fights, ‘Cowboy’ has been there and done it time and again in the UFC, but will face stiff competition from the rising welterweight star on Saturday.
Having watched fellow Englishman Darren Till defeat Cerrone and be rewarded with a home fight against Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson, Edwards will be hoping for something similar.
The 26-year-old, currently 13th in the rankings and two places behind his opponent, comes into the bout on a five-fight winning streak and his reputation is growing.
Despite coming in as the slight favourite with the bookmakers, Edwards undoubtedly comes up against his most notable opponent to date, where both his skillset and endurance will be tested.
As ever in the UFC, the two fighters’ respective styles add an extra level of interest because fans will be treated to a battle of the kickboxers but from different stances.
The orthodox ‘Cowboy’ will be looking to add another winning head kick to his highlight reel, while southpaw Edwards will aim to utilise his speed and accuracy to come out on top.
Who comes out on top is difficult to predict, but one thing is for sure – it’s not to be missed.
Full live stream and broadcast details
Saturday, 23rd June (1pm-3.30pm)
Welterweight: Donald Cerrone v Leon Edwards
Light heavyweight: Ovince Saint Preux v Tyson Pedro
Women’s flyweight: Jessica-Rose Clark v Jessica Eye
Welterweight: Li Jingliang v Daichi Abe
UFC FIGHT NIGHT 130 QUICK RESULTS:
Stephen Thompson vs. Darren Till — Till def. Thompson by unanimous decision (48-47, 49-46 x2)
Neil Magny vs. Craig White — Magny def. White by TKO (knee and punches) at 4:32 of Round One
Arnold Allen vs. Mads Burnell — Allen def. Burnell by submission (ninja choke) at 2:41 of Round Three
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Jason Knight — Amirkhani def. Knight by split decision (27-30, 29-28 x2)
Claudio Henrique da Silva vs. Nordine Taleb — Silva def. Taleb by submission (rear naked choke) at 4:31 of Round One
Eric Spicely vs. Darren Stewart — Stewart def. Spicely by TKO (punches) at 1:47 of Round Two
Tom Breese vs. Daniel Kelly — Breese def. Kelly by TKO (punches) at 3:33 of Round One
Lina Lansberg vs. Gina Mazany — Lansberg def. Mazany by unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)
Brad Scott vs. Carlo Pedersoli Jr. — Pedersoli def. Scott by split decision (28-29, 29-28 x2)
Molly McCann vs. Gillian Robertson — Robertson def. McCann by technical submission (rear naked choke) at 2:05 of Round Two
Trevor Smith vs. Elias Theodorou — Theodorou def. Smith by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28 x2)