UFC 218 Fight Live Stream

UFC 218 Fight Live Stream is headlined by the first Featherweight title defense for UFC champion Max Holloway. Challenging him was to be Frankie Edgar, but instead, it’s a rematch with Jose Aldo. For this preview series, we’ll look at the career of the champ through the lens of his career losses. All fight are on Fight Pass, so follow along and share your own thoughts in the comments. UFC 218 Fight Live So Enjoy it.

UFC 218 Fight Live Stream

UFC 218 Fight Live Stream

How to watch UFC 218’s Main Card

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
Start time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Little Caesar’s Arena — Detroit, Michigan
Channel: UFC.TV (click here to order)
Stream: UFC PPV (see link above)

How to watch UFC 218’s Prelims

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
Start time: 8 p.m. ET
Stream: fubo.TV or Fox Sports GO

How to watch UFC 218’s Early Prelims

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
Time: 6:15 p.m. ET
Location: Little Caesar’s Arena — Detroit, Michigan
Stream: UFC Fight Pass

The UFC returns for its second-to-last pay-per-view offering in 2017 when UFC 218 takes place Saturday, Dec. 2 from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The main event features a rematch as Max Holloway defends the featherweight championship against former titleholder Jose Aldo. In the co-main event, in heavyweight action, former Strikeforce champion and UFC title challenger Alistair Overeem (43-15) battles rising contender Francis Ngannou (10-1). From top-to-bottom this could be the best card of 2017, including the undercard. Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 218.

UFC 218 is Saturday night at the new Little Caesar’s Arena, and a feathweight title fight headlines the event as Max Holloway defends his championship against Jose Aldo. Aldo comes in at 26-3 against Holloway’s 18-3 record. It promises to be a brawl for the belt. Other main card fights include Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou, Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis, Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje and finally, Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson.

For Holloway and Aldo, it’s a grudge match. Holloway won the first fight by TKO at UFC 212, and he’ll look to duplicate that result. Aldo, of course, has other plans, as he has said he plans on taking the belt and retiring a champion. All 26 fighters on the card, including featherweight champion Max Holloway (18-3 MMA, 14-3 UFC) and former titleholder Jose Aldo (26-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC), who meet in a rematch in the main event, made weight.