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How to watch UFC 301 Fight Card, prelims, date, time and more

UFC 301The UFC celebrates its 300th PPV anniversary on April 13, but MMA fans are already turning their attention to UFC 301 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

As is often the case with Brazil cards, every single match for UFC 301 features at least one Brazilian — from the early prelims to the main event on PPV.

The featured prelims see rising Welsh star Jack Shore take on the ever-exciting Jordanson Brito while former UFC champion Jose Aldo steps into the main card after his 40th career MMA fight.

UFC 301 is headlined by two of the best flyweights in the world. Defending champion Alexandre Pantoza defends his strap against 12-1 Australian Steve Erceg.

Although it lacks the star power of previous UFC 300 cards, the UFC has promised to put on a show for its return to South America.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 301

When is UFC 301?

UFC 301 will kick off on May 4, 2024, in front of a sold-out crowd in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. UFC has held a show in Brazil for the first time since January 2023

The action takes place at the Pharmacy Arena, as UFC 301 becomes the company’s tenth event at the venue.

When does UFC 301 start?

Start times for Eastern Time, Pacific Time, and Greenwich Mean Time are included in the table below.

Event ET PT GMT
Early Prelims 6 PM 3 PM 11 PM
Prelims 8 PM 5 PM 1 AM
Main Card 10 PM 7 PM 3 AM

UFC 301 main card and prelims

The full UFC 301 fight card can be found in the table included below.

Main Card:
UFC Flyweight Championship:
Alexandre Pantoja vs. Steve Erceg
Jonathan Martinez vs. Jose Aldo
Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino
Michel Pereira vs. Makhmud Muradov
Paul Craig vs. Caio Borralho

Feature Prelims:
Jack Shore vs. Joanderson Brito
Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Iasmin Lucindo
Elves Brener vs. Myktybek Orolbai
Jean Silva vs. William Gomis

Early Prelims:
Joaquim Silva vs. Drakkar Klose
Mauricio Ruffy vs. Jamie Mullarkey
Dione Barbosa vs. Ernesta Kareckaite
Ismael Bonfim vs. Vinc Pichel
Alessandro Costa vs. Kevin Borjas

Michel Pereira returned to the Octagon less than two months after submitting Michal Oleksiejczuk in the first round at UFC 299. His quick turnaround comes against Makhmud Muradov, who is winless in three of his last four bouts.

Anthony “Lionheart” Smith has dealt with similar struggles as losses to Khalil Roundtree Jr., Johnnie Walker, and Magomed Anklayev put Smith’s UFC future in jeopardy. He looks to rebound against undefeated Brazilian Vitor Petrino.

It all culminates in a flyweight battle for the gold. Alexander Pantoza enters July 2020 on a five-fight winning streak, while challenger Steve Erceg has won three in a row to start his promising UFC career.

Pantoja is the favorite to win, and having the support of his home country could be too much for Erceg to overcome. But don’t count on the wily Australians to pull off an upset in Brazil.

How can I watch UFC 301?

The preliminary prelims are available on UFC Fight Pass, ESPN2, and ESPN+. The featured prelims are broadcast exclusively on ESPN2 and ESPN+.

Viewers must purchase UFC 301 through the ESPN+ app for $79.99 to access the main card.

To watch UFC 301 live on PPV, subscribe to ESPN+ and purchase it

 

 

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UFC 301 CrackStreams Live Broadcast Free TV Channel online. UFC 301 main events set for Alexandre Pantoja vs. Steve Erceg fight, Dana White announced.

UFC President Dana White has announced that Alexandre Pantoja will defend his UFC Flyweight Champions title against Steve Erceg in the UFC 301 main event.

UFC 301 info
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Location: Farmasi Arena, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Start time: 10 p.m. ET, 3 a.m. BST (Main card)
How to watch: ESPN+ PPV

Pantoza seeks a second defense of his belt when he takes on Erceg, a somewhat surprising opponent who earned his shot at going 3-0 early in his UFC career. Overall, Erceg won 11 straight fights.

The co-main event features the return of the legendary Jose Aldo. Often referred to as “The King of Rio,” Aldo retired from MMA in 2022 after a spectacular 18-fight career that included two reigns as UFC featherweight champion. He fights rising contender Jonathan Martinez.

Also on the main card, one-time light heavyweight title challenger Anthony Smith takes on Vitor Petrino, welterweight showman Michel Pereira takes on Ihor Potieria and Paul Craig faces streaking Caio Borralho in the middleweight opener.

See the main card lineup for UFC 301 below.

Alexandre Pantoja vs. Steve Erceg

Jose Aldo vs. Jonathan Martinez

Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino

Michel Pereira vs. Ihor Potieria

Paul Craig vs. Caio Borralho

 

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UFC 300 LIVE: Fight Card, PPV Streams, Results

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will make history on April 13, 2024 inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, staging the UFC 300 pay-per-view (PPV) event since its inception in 1993. The show will feature light heavyweight champion, Alex Pereira, putting his 205-pound belt on the line against returning former division roost-ruler, Jamahal Hill, who had to vacate the belt in September 2023 due to an Achilles injury.

In the Maincard of UFC 300, women’s strawweight champion Weilie Zhang will defend against top contender Xiaonan Yan, while Justine Gaethje puts her “Bedest Motherf-ker” gimmick belt on the line against former featherweight god Max Holloway. , in an all-action lightweight showdown.

UFC 300’s blockbuster PPV main card will also feature Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Sarukian, Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandar Rakic and Calvin Kattar vs. Alzamine Sterling. That’s not all! We’ll be stocking all the real-time UFC 300 updates, odds, start times (6 p.m. ET), tickets, weigh-ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and more from “Sin City.” Here’s before, during and after ESPN+-streamed live PPV shows.

UFC 300 Fight Card Below

  • Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill (Main Card)

Weili Zhang vs. Xiaonan Yan
Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway
Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan
Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage
Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandar Rakic
Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling
Holly Holm vs. Kayla Harrison
Diego Lopes vs. Sodiq Yusuff
Jalin Turner vs. Renato Moicano
Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez
Jim Miller vs. Bobby Green
Cody Garbrandt vs. Deiveson Figueiredo

 

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UFC 300: FIGHT CARD, DATE, TIME, LOCATION, LIVE, MORE INFO

UFC_300UFC 300 is an upcoming MMA event from Ultimate Fighting Championship which is set to take place on Saturday, March 2024, at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. and the event will be headlined by the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship bout between Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill.

In the main event, Jamhal Hill tries to reclaim that title, when he meets light heavyweight king Alex Pereira. An all-China showdown also pits strawweight champion Zhang Weili against top contender Yan Xiaonan and the BMF title is on the line when Justin Gaethje takes on Max Holloway.

Event: UFC 300
Fighter: Pereira vs Hill
Date: Saturday, March 13, 2024
Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: ESPN, ESPN+ PPV, TNT Sports
Time: 6 p.m. ET Prelims | 10 p.m. ET (Main Card)
UK Time: 3:00 AM

Reigning UFC light heavyweight champion Alex Pereira will face his toughest test yet when he headlines the heavyweight star Jamahal Hill in the promotion’s much-anticipated return to Las Vegas. Don’t miss a second of the Mega Action

UFC 300 MAIN EVENT

Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill

UFC 300 MAIN CARD AND PRELIMS

Zhang Weili vs. Yan Xiaonan
Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway
Charles Oliveira vs. Armen Tsarukyan
Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage
Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandr Rakic
Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling
Holly Holm vs. Kayla Harrison
Sodiq Yusuff vs. Diego Lopes
Jalin Turner vs. Renato Moicano
Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez
Bobby Green vs. Jim Miller
Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Cody Garbrandt

 

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The UFC 300 fight card bout order has been slightly adjusted

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The UFC 300 bout order has been tweaked ever so slightly, but the change probably involves the most highly-controversial initial placement.

During Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 239 broadcast, the promotion announced Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage will now open the Saturday, April 13 main card at T-Mobile Arena. Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Sarukian will follow directly after.

The change comes seven days after the promotion’s first full fight card bout order was released during the UFC 299 main card broadcast on March 9. The preliminary order was Nickal (5-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) vs. Brundage (10-5 MMA, 4-4 UFC) followed by Oliveira (34-9 MMA, 22-9 UFC) vs. Tsarukyan (21-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC), which has sparked much discussion and debate among fans.

Brundage prompted a stream of online messages, as she tweeted “Y’all know I work here, right?” Meanwhile, Nickal expressed confidence in the placement, saying that his presence boosted pay-per-view buys.

Regardless, Nickal, Brundage, Oliveira, and Tsarukyan will still be in the paid portion of the event, just a little earlier.

With the changes, the UFC 300 fight card includes:

UFC 300 MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)

  • Champion Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill – for light heavyweight title
  • Champion Zhang Weili vs. Yan Xiaonan – for women’s strawweight title
  • Champion Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway – for “BMF” title
  • Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan
  • Cody Brundage vs. Bo Nickal

PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN/ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET)

  • Jiri Prochazka vs. Aleksandar Rakic
  • Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling
  • Kayla Harrison vs. Holly Holm
  • Diego Lopes vs. Sodiq Yusuff
  • Renato Moicano vs. Jalin Turner
  • Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez
  • Bobby Green vs. Jim Miller
  • Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Cody Garbrandt