With Nate Diaz competing in his final octagon match against Khamzat Chimaev, UFC 279 is expected to be one of the top events of 2022. Here you can get all the necessary information regarding the fight card, including where to watch it and which fights might be the showpieces.
What time is the fight?
The early prelims will start at 6pmET/3pmPT, September 10. The prelims will follow at 8pmET/5pmPT, with the main card expected to start around 10pmET/7pmPT.
- Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
- Early Prelims: 6pm ET / 3pm PT
- Prelims: 8pm ET / 5pm PT
- Main card: 10pm ET / 7pm PT
Who’s on the cards?
Although there are some excellent fights at UFC 279, most of the fans just want to watch Nate Diaz face Khamzat Chimaev, one of the UFC’s most exciting prospects. Another fight that promises to be one of the best of the event is Tony Ferguson against li Jingliang.
Despite losing his last four fights, Tony Ferguson is still one of the UFC’s most exciting fighters, and he will want to show everyone why he is known as “EL CUCUY” since he made his debut in the UFC.
- Norma Dumont vs Danyelle Wolf, Women’s Featherweight
- Heili Alateng vs Chad Anheliger, Bantamweight
- Elise Reed vs Melissa Martinez, Women’s Strawweight
- Darian Weeks vs Yohan Lainesse, Welterweight
- Hakeem Dawodu vs Julian Erosa, Featherweight
- Anton Turkalj vs Jailton Almeida, Heavyweight
- Denis Tiuliulin vs Jamie Pickett, Middleweight
- Jake Collier vs Chris Barnett, Heavyweight
- Khamzat Chimaev vs Nate, Welterweight
- Tony Ferguson vs. Li, Welterweight
- Macy Chiasson vs Irene Aldana, Women’s Bantamweight
- Johnny Walker vs Ion Cutelaba, Heavyweight
- Kevin Holland vs Daniel Rodriguez, Welterweight
How can I watch the fight?
The cost of UFC 279 on PPV for current members is $74.99. The UFC 279 pay-per-view and a yearly ESPN+ subscription may be purchased together for $99.98 by new customers, saving them more than 30%. TV viewers can catch the Prelims.
Early Prelims: 6pm ET / 3pm PT on UFC FIGHT PASS