UFC Fight Night

UFC Fight Night Live:  Watch UFC Fight Night 174 LIVE MMA PPV Fight Onlne Free in India between Derrick Lewis vs Aleksei Oleinik Live on 08th August at 6:30 am Heavyweight finishing artists are set to face off Saturday at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas

Heavyweight finishing artists are set to face off Saturday at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas when Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik meet in the main event of the latest UFC Fight Night. The duo have seen the judges’ scorecards a just 16 times in 104 combined fights.
All you need to know about UFC Fight Night Live in India: Lewis vs Oleinik live, Venue, date, start time and telecast information, fight card

What time does UFC Fight Night LIVE in India start?
Lewis vs Oleinik live, The main card, on the other hand, starts at 5.30 AM IST (July 26), 2 AM GMT (July 16); 5:30 PM ET, 2 PM PT (July 25).

What time will UFC Fight Night Live in India begin?
The event takes place on Sunday (9th August) at UFC APEX

Where to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming in India on TV?
Lewis vs Oleinik Live Streaming Sony TEN 2 (English) and Sony TEN 3 (Hindi) will telecast the main card live in India

How to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming Online?
The online streaming of the UFC Fight Night will be available at Sonyliv. Sony LIV. In the US, will stream live on Pay-Per-View, exclusively through ESPN+.

UFC Fight Night Live fight card

UFC Fight Night Live : Main Card

Derrick Lewis vs Aleksei Oleinik

Omari Akhmedov vs Chris Weidman

Maki Pitolo vs Darren Stewart

Lewis will enter the Octagon as the favorite. He carries some of the most powerful knockout power in the sport, with 18 of his 23 career victories coming by knockout. In his two most recent fights, Lewis won by decision, something he attributed to changes in his physical health and “testing out” a new, lighter physique. Now, he has issued a promise for a unique offensive explosion against Oleinik.

“I think you’ll see something you haven’t seen from me in a long time in the octagon,” Lewis said during media day. “I’m going to come out balls blazing. Something crazy. Something different. You’ll see something different that you haven’t seen before. That’s all.”

Oleinik goes the other direction with his finishing prowess, scoring 46 submissions in his 59 career victories. In his 12 trips to the UFC Octagon, Oleinik has gone to the scorecards twice, including a split decision win over former heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum in his most recent outing at UFC 249 in May.

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Derrick Lewis has 23 victories as a professional mixed martial artist, and 18 of them ended in a knockout.

Aleksei Oleinik has 59 career wins, 46 by submission.

So it’s clear what each man will be trying to do when the veteran heavyweights meet in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday at the promotion’s Apex facility in Las Vegas. It will be fun watching it all unfold.

One of the UFC’s biggest sluggers will take on a veteran submission ace in Saturday’s Fight Night main event. Heavyweight contender Derrick Lewis faces Aleksei Oleinik, who is seeking his 60th career win. The 43-year-old Oleinik has 48 career submission wins.

UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik
• Saturday, Las Vegas
• Prelims: ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET
• Main card: ESPN+, 9 p.m. ET

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

Lewis (23-7, 1 NC; 14-5 in the UFC) has won his last two fights, including a unanimous decision over Iliri Latifi in February. Lewis, who is No. 6 in the ESPN heavyweight rankings, challenged for the UFC championship in 2018, losing to Daniel Cormier by rear-naked choke — the only submission loss of Lewis’ career.

Oleinik (59-13-1, 8-4 UFC) has won his last two fights, most recently a split-decision win over former UFC champion Fabricio Werdum in May.

The co-main event matches former middleweight champion Chris Weidman against Omari Akhmedov. Weidman (14-5, 10-5 in the UFC) is 1-4 since losing his belt in 2015, with all of the losses coming via knockout. Akhmedov (20-4-1, 8-3-1 UFC) is unbeaten in his last six fights.

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