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UFC 286 Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru: How to watch, date, venue, live stream



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Tonight, Leon Edwards and Kamaru Usman meet in the main event of UFC 286 in London to try to end their rivalry.

After winning the welterweight title in August with a last-minute head kick against Usman in their rematch, Edwards makes his first defense. With his victory over Usman, Rocky extended his winning streak to 11 fights. Prior to the fight, the former champion had not been defeated in almost a decade.

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The exciting lightweight fight between Justin Gaethje and Rafael Fiziev will be the co-main event of the London pay-per-view event. Unbeaten English possibilities, for example, Muhammad Mokaev and Christian Leroy Ducan additionally highlight on the bill, so here is all you really want to be familiar with this evening’s battles…

Date and Venue

Lein Edwards will defend his belt against Usman Kamaru inside 02 Arana in London and will take place on Saturday, March 18.

What time is Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in Nigeria

Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru should make their way to the ring around 11:00 PM WAT.

What time is Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in UK

The London event’s five-fight main card, which begins at 9 p.m. on Saturday, will feature Edwards and Usman as the main event. Depending on the outcomes of the fights that take place prior to the main event, the pair will most likely arrive at the cage around 11 p.m.

What time is Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in US

The early prelims for the event will kick off at 1:00 PM ET/ 10:00 AM PT, followed by the prelims at 3:00 PM ET/ 12:00 PM PT on Saturday, March 18. The main pay-per-view card will commence at 5:00 PM ET/ 2:00 PM PT.

How to watch Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in Nigeria

If you are in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa or some parts in Africa, you can watch the match live on SuperSport Action, and SuperSport Variety 3 (DStv channel 201, 210 & 208)

How to watch Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in UK

Fans will pay £19.95 to watch UFC 286 live on BT Sport pay-per-view. Fans who have a subscription to BT Sport will not have to pay an additional fee to watch the preliminary card of the event, which begins at 7 p.m. on BT Sport 2. However, they will have to pay the pay-per-view fee for the main card. On mobile devices, tablets, some streaming devices, games consoles, and Smart TVs, you can download the BT Sport app.

How to watch Leon Edward vs Usman Kamaru in US

ESPN+ will stream both the preliminary and main card events. The subscription costs $9.99 per month, but with a $99.99 annual subscription, viewers can save nearly 20%.

UFC pay-per-view events can be purchased for $74.99 each for subscribers to ESPN+. The pay-per-view package costs $124.98, and it includes access to the next UFC pay-per-view event as well as an annual subscription to ESPN+ for new monthly subscribers.

Viewers can also tune in to ESPN News for the preliminary round. The stage is accessible by means of Hulu Live television, Sling television, Fubo television, Vidgo, AT&T television, and YouTube television. UFC Fight Pass will also provide access to the early prelims. The annual subscription costs $95.99, or $9.99 per month.

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Main card

Leon Edwards vs Kamaru Usman – for Edwards’ welterweight title

Justin Gaethje vs Rafael Fiziev

Gunnar Nelson vs Bryan Barberena

Jennifer Maia vs Casey O’Neill

Marvin Vettor vs Roman Dolidze

Jack Shore vs Makwan Amirkhani

Chris Duncan vs Omar Morales

Sam Patterson vs Yanal Ashmoz

Muhammad Mokaev vs Jafel Filho

Early prelims

Lerone Murphy vs Gabriel Santos

Christian Leroy Duncan vs Dusko Todorovic

Malcolm Gordon vs Jake Hadley

Joanne Wood vs Luana Carolina

Jai Herbert vs Ludovit Klein
Julianna Miller vs Veronica Macedo

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Sean Strickland defeats Israel Adesanya to become new middleweight champion



Sean Strickland defeats Israel Adesanya to become new middleweight champion
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Sean Strickland defeated Israel Adesanya to become the new UFC middleweight champion at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia.

The American secured the victory with a unanimous decision from all three judges, with scores of 49-46 in his favor.

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Despite a first-round knockdown by Strickland, the fight went the full five rounds, with Strickland’s nonstop pressure and upright boxing proving effective.

This loss marks Adesanya’s third in his career, bringing his record to 24-3, while Strickland improved to 28-5.

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Oleksandr Usyk secures knocks out victory over Daniel Dubois in ninth round



Oleksandr Usyk secures knocks out victory over Daniel Dubois in ninth round
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In a dramatic night of heavyweight boxing, British fighter Daniel Dubois expressed feeling “cheated out of victory” after his world-title challenge against Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk. The event took place in Poland, with a lively crowd of 40,000 spectators.

Dubois, who was considered a significant underdog, managed to knock down the champion in the fifth round, but controversy arose when the referee ruled the shot as a low blow, despite it seemingly landing on the belt line. This decision shifted the course of the match.

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Despite this setback, Usyk, aged 36, regained control and managed to drop Dubois with a series of shots in the eighth round at Tarczynski Arena, Wroclaw. The referee eventually stopped the contest after another knockdown in the ninth round, securing victory for Usyk.

“I didn’t think that was a low blow, I thought it landed,” Dubois said after the fight.

Frank Warren, the promoter for Daniel Dubois, concurred with Dubois’ sentiment, labeling the referee’s decision as a “complete home decision.” He criticized referee Luis Pabon for his role in the controversial outcome and indicated his intention to appeal the decision.

“I like Usyk, but he was not fit to go on and they gave him a couple of minutes to recover,” added Warren.

Oleksandr Usyk took three minutes and 45 seconds to signal that he was ready to continue after being hit with a low blow – fighters are granted up to five minutes when struck with such a blow. Notably, referee Luis Pabon did not deduct a point from Daniel Dubois for the incident.

Following this setback, the former undisputed cruiserweight champion rebounded effectively towards the conclusion of the fifth round. He further reasserted his control during the seventh and eighth rounds, securing a successful second defense of his WBA ‘Super’, IBF, and WBO belts.

Usyk also maintained his unbeaten record, securing his 21st professional victory. This triumph keeps alive the prospect of an anticipated clash with Tyson Fury, preserving the potential for a high-profile showdown.

“I’m ready to fight Tyson Fury,” Usyk said.

“I feel good. I am grateful for my team, my family, my children. I love you. I’m grateful for my country and the Ukrainian army. Thank you so much.”

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Anthony Joshua lands brutal KNOCKOUT over Robert Helenius (VIDEO)



Anthony Joshua lands brutal KNOCKOUT over Robert Helenius
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Anthony Joshua, the former unified world heavyweight champion, delivered a seventh-round knockout victory against Robert Helenius in a thrilling match at London’s O2 Arena.

Promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that the planned bout between Joshua and Deontay Wilder is set for January in Saudi Arabia, expressing confidence that all parties are prepared to sign the contracts.

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Joshua expressed gratitude to Robert Helenius for stepping into the fight on short notice. He shared his aspiration to fight twice more within the year, aiming to regain his position at the summit of the heavyweight division.

Round caps

Round one commences with Helenius taking an offensive approach, while Joshua responds with a well-placed straight right to test his opponent’s reflexes. The initial round revolves around both fighters gauging each other’s distance, assessing defensive strategies, and collecting range information.

The second round remains tightly contested, with a notable moment being Joshua’s successful connection of an overhand right with a minute left. Although it doesn’t hurt Helenius significantly, it demonstrates Joshua’s ability to breach his defense.

In the third round, both fighters continue their cautious defensive postures. The crowd’s impatience becomes evident, as they express dissatisfaction with the lack of action. AJ slightly intensifies his aggression, attempting more probing shots, but both boxers remain cautious due to the threat of counter punches.

Joshua enters the fourth round with increased aggression, only to be caught by a counter right. He quickly regains his defensive stance and continues with probing shots. Later in the round, he manages to land a solid right hand on Helenius.

Despite the crowd’s sentiments, the fight unfolds as a physically demanding contest. Swelling appears on Joshua’s right eye, while Helenius suffers a nosebleed. The fifth round sees both fighters exchanging stiff jabs, with AJ’s punches landing more effectively. The round ends with Joshua connecting a powerful left hook on Helenius.

As the sixth round begins, Joshua seems to have established his range, landing impactful shots and evading counterattacks. Helenius pushes forward, but his punches mostly meet Joshua’s gloves. Towards the round’s end, Joshua’s powerful right hand forces Helenius to hold on.

Round seven starts with both boxers trading jabs, yet neither gains a clear advantage. However, around the one-minute-forty-second mark, Joshua lands a colossal right hand squarely on Helenius’s chin, resulting in an immediate knockout. The referee opts not to count and stops the fight immediately. Medical staff rush in to attend to Helenius’s well-being, ensuring his safety after the knockout.

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