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How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw Online – Live Stream, Fight Card, Start Time

Written by Sachin Sharma
Published on July 22, 2021

MMA fans will be in for another treat this weekend as the latest edition of the UFC Fight Night takes place in Las Vegas on Saturday. Another absolutely stacked card has been set up by the UFC bosses, making this a cant-miss event. This weekend's UFC Fight Night will be headlined by a colossus bantamweight fight between top contender Cory Sandhagen and TJ Dillashaw.

But that is not the only intriguing fight in store for us this weekend, with several other big and talented names in action. There will be a number of massive fights with a lot at stake. So be sure to tune in and watch live. Ahead of Saturday's event, here we have all the information you will need on how to watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw from anywhere in the world.

When an Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw

Unlike last weekend's UFC Fight Night, action will start at 4 pm ET on Saturday afternoon this time around. The Main Card bouts begin at 7:00 pm ET.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw Without Cable?

For UFC fans who live in the United States, watching Fight Night is very easy. Since ESPN and UFC have gone into a partnership, all UFC events are available to watch and stream live on the world's leading sports platform. In order to watch UFC Fight Night live, you will need an ESPN+ subscription.

Since UFC Fight Night is not a pay-per-view event, there are no extra subscription fees or one-time payments required to watch it live. All you need is a subscription to ESPN+, and then you can watch the event live without any issues. Getting an ESPN+ subscription is very easy. Just go to its website and follow the steps to set one up. A monthly subscription to ESPN+ costs $5.99. You can also get an annual subscription for a fee of $59.99.

If you still have doubts, ESPN+ is a must-have for all sports fans, as it not only broadcasts UFC events but also gives you the chance to watch other live sports and hundreds of hours of original content. You can watch a number of sporting events live, like the German BundesligaItalian Serie A, NHL, boxing fights, several tennis and golf tournaments, and several other sports. What's more, it also has original documentaries, podcasts, studio shows, and several other programs on offer. If you would like more information on the streaming service, you can get it by reading our review of ESPN+ here.

Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw in Other Countries?

For those UFC fans who do not live in the United States, you will not be able to watch Fight Night live on ESPN+ because it is geo-blocked. But worry not because we also have you covered. With the increasing popularity of UFC and MMA all over the world, UFC events are broadcast almost everywhere. Below you can look at all the information on what channels will broadcast the UFC Fight Night live in select countries.

UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Dillashaw Fight Card

A fascinating and awesome card awaits us as UFC Fight Night this weekend. If the last two weekends are anything to go by, UFC fans will be in for another treat as the fighters will undoubtedly be looking to top them. Here we break down what looks like an absolutely stacked card.

Leading the way will be bantamweights Cory Sandhagen and TJ Dillashaw. This main event could prove to be an instant classic with two talented and skillful fighters set to enter the octagon. Cory Sandhagen has established himself as a title contender, and he will be aiming to continue his fine run of form on Saturday. He has won his last two fights and will be looking to earn another title shot in the near future. TJ Dillashaw is a two-time champion but hasn't enjoyed the best of times in recent years. He was handed a two-year suspension after testing positive for EPO, and he will now be aiming to make his comeback and fight his way up the standings.

This is no doubt a massive fight for both fighters with so much riding on it, and the winner will be in great stead when it comes to the division of the rankings.

The co-main event will see Aspen Ladd go up against Macy Chiasson in the Women's Bantamweight division. Both fighters are very talented and will be looking to climb up the rankings. Ladd is returning after a long injury break, and she will no doubt want to pick up where she left off.

Another bantamweight clash will see emerging prospect Kyler Phillips face off against Raulian Paiva. Phillips has been making waves in recent months and goes into the fight on the back of four wins in a row. He is one of the best up and comers in the division and goes into the bout as the favorite. Paiva is making his bantamweight debut, and it will be interesting to see how he fares.

Darren Elkins will take on Darrick Minner in what promises to be a hard-hitting contest. Both featherweights are known for their aggressive style. And we could be in for another thrilling contest between them this weekend.

Highly rated flyweights Maycee Barber and Miranda Maverick will also battle it out on Saturday evening. The former has lost her last two fights, while the latter has won her last seven. The winner will take a massive step towards possible title contention status. And starting us off in the main event will be welterweights Mickey Gall and Jordan Williams. Both fighters are in desperate need of a win, which makes this a crunch contest.

A number of exciting fights are also scheduled for the Prelims, so be sure not to miss even a moment's action. A total of 12 fights will take place in this weekend's UFC Fight Night. Below is the full card.

Main Card
Category Fighters
Bantamweight Cory Sandhagen vs. TJ Dillashaw
Women's Bantamweight Aspen Ladd vs. Macy Chiasson
Bantamweight Kyler Phillips vs. Raulian Paiva
Men's Featherweight Darren Elkins vs. Darrick Minner
Women's Flyweight Miranda Maverick vs. Maycee Barber
Welterweight Mickey Gall vs. Jordan Williams
Prelims
Category Fighters
Middleweight Punahele Soriano vs. Brendan Allen
Middleweight Nassourdine Imavov vs. Ian Heinisch
Men's bantamweight Adrian Yanez vs. Randy Costa
Men's bantamweight Julio Arce vs. Andre Ewell
Women's Flyweight Sijara Eubanks vs. Elise Reed
Strawweight Dianna Belbita vs. Hannah Goldy



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