UFC Fight Night: Uriah Hall vs. Sean Strickland — how to watch and stream, plus full analysis


Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland meet on Saturday in a clash of middleweights on winning streaks in the main event of UFC Fight Night in Las Vegas.

The fights at the UFC Apex will be on ESPN and ESPN+, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET and the prelims at 6 p.m.

Hall (17-9) has won four fights in a row. Most recently, he was awarded a 17-second TKO victory after former champion Chris Weidman broke his leg on a kick just moments into their April bout.

Strickland (23-3) is also on a four-fight winning streak. In May, he kept his hot streak alive with a unanimous-decision victory over Krzysztof Jotko.

How to watch the fights

Watch on ESPN or ESPN+. Download the ESPN App | WatchESPN | TV schedule

Don’t have ESPN? Get instant access. Don’t have ESPN+? Get it here.

There’s also FightCenter, which offers live updates for every UFC card.

Saturday’s fight card

ESPN/ESPN+, 9 p.m. ET
Uriah Hall vs. Sean Strickland | Middleweight
Kyung Ho Kang vs. Rani Yahya | Men’s bantamweight
Cheyanne Buys vs. Gloria de Paula | Strawweight
Jared Gooden vs. Niklas Stolze | Welterweight
Zarrukh Adashev vs. Ryan Benoit | Men’s flyweight
Bryan Barberena vs. Jason Witt | Welterweight
ESPN/ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET
Wu Yanan vs. Nicco Montaño | Women’s bantamweight
Melsik Baghdasaryan vs. Collin Anglin | Men’s featherweioght
Chris Gruetzemacher vs. Rafa Garcia | Lightweight
Danny Chavez vs. Kai Kamaka | Men’s featherweight
Jinh Yu Frey vs. Ashley Yoder | Strawweight
Ronnie Lawrence vs. Trevin Jones | Men’s bantamweight
Phil Rowe vs. Orion Cosce | Welterweight

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