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How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Strickland Online – Live Stream, Fight Card, Start Time

By Sachin Sharma / July 28, 2021

The action in UFC never stops, and the latest installment of Fight Night is almost upon us. Another night of thrilling action awaits UFC fans this weekend as the sport returns to the fight capital of the world. A whopping 13 bouts are scheduled to take place in Las Vegas this weekend as part of the UFC Fight Night. And leading the action will be Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland. The two ambitious middleweights will be determined to continue their pursuit of the championship, and whoever comes out on top will undoubtedly emerge as one of the top contenders.

But there are several other mouth-watering fights in store for fans, with a number of talented names in UFC scheduled to take part. So be sure to catch the latest edition of UFC Fight Night this weekend. Ahead of Saturday's event, we have all the information you need on how to watch UFC Fight Night: Hall Vs. Strickland from anywhere in the world without the need for a cable.

When and Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Strickland

This weekend's UFC Fight Night will get underway with the Prelims at 6 pm ET. At the same time, the main card bouts will start at 9 pm ET. Be sure to set your reminders and alarms because this weekend's event promises to be a cracker.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Strickland in the US?

For UFC fans who live in the United States, watching Fight Night is pretty straightforward. All you need is an active subscription to ESPN+. Since UFC and ESPN have a partnership, all UFC events are now broadcast and streamed by one of the world's leading sports broadcasters in the United States. So to watch this weekend's UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland live, you will need an ESPN+ subscription.

UFC Fight Nights are not pay-per-view events, so having an ESPN+ subscription will suffice, and you will not have to pay an extra fee to watch. You can get an ESPN+ subscription for a monthly fee of $5.99 or an annual fee of $59.99.

In addition to UFC events, ESPN+ also broadcasts several other sports and live events, making it a must-have for all sports fans. It features hundreds of hours of original content and broadcasts live sports like German BundesligaItalian Serie A, NHL, boxing fights, and several tennis and golf tournaments. It also has on-demand original documentaries, podcasts, studio shows, and several other programs included in the subscription. For more information, you can read our review of ESPN+ here.

Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Strickland in Other Countries?

UFC is one of the most popular sports in the world, so it is broadcast in nearly every country. So if you want to watch UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland, worry not because we have you covered. You will not be able to watch it live on ESPN+ because it is geo-blocked. But for every country, there are local broadcasts that show the event live. Below, we have information on what channels and streaming services will broadcast UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland in select countries.

UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland Fight Card

Another exciting UFC Fight Night awaits us this weekend with an impressive card on offer. Some very talented fighters will be in action in Las Vegas, and the card features 13 fascinating fights. Here is a breakdown of what fans can expect from UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland.

Two top-15 middleweights will be looking to take another step in their bid to reach contender status. We start with the main event, which will see Uriah Hall go up against Sean Strickland. Both Hall and Strickland are very talented and have the ability to reach the top of the division. And it will be very interesting to see who gets the win in this cracking match-up. The winner will no doubt be on the cusp of being a contender for Israel Adesanya's title. So there is a lot on the line for both fighters.

Also looking to take a giant stride towards title contention will be top ten bantamweights Kyung Ho Kang and Rani Yahya. Ho Kang is making his return after a long time on the sidelines. But he still has an excellent record, having won six of his last seven fights. It will be interesting to see how he fares on his return against Yahya, who has a 12-4-1 record over the course of his UFC career.

Highly rated strawweights Cheyanne Buys and Gloria de Paula will also face off inside the octagon on Saturday. The duo may not have much experience, but they certainly have potential. And this could be a fight that could steal the show this weekend.

Welterweights Niklas Stolze and Jared Gooden will also face off in what is a late change to the card. Flyweights Ryan Benoit and Zarrukh Adashev will also battle it out, looking to get back to winning ways. Below is the full card for UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. Strickland.

Main Card
Category Fighters
Middleweight Uriah Hall vs. Sean Strickland
Bantamweight Kyung Ho Kang vs. Rani Yahya
Women's Strawweight Cheyanne Buys vs. Gloria de Paula
Men's Welterweight Niklas Stolze vs. Jared Gooden
Men's Flyweight Ryan Benoit vs. Zarrukh Adashev
Welterweight Bryan Barberena vs. Jason Witt
Prelims
Category Fighters
Women's Bantamweight Nicco Montaño vs. Wu Yanan
Featherweight Collin Anglin vs. Melsik Baghdasaryan
Men's Lightweight Chris Gruetzemacher vs. Rafa Garcia
Featherweight Danny Chavez vs. Kai Kamaka
Strawweight Jinh Yu Frey vs. Ashley Yoder
Bantamweight Trevin Jones vs. Ronnie Lawrence
Welterweight Philip Rowe vs. Orion Cosce



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