The UFC has made a comeback with one of the most stacked cards in recent memory, with four champions competing in three title fights at UFC 259 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
The pay per view title will be UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesania who will take her shot to become a two-division champion when she faces current Light Heavyweight Champion Jan Blavachikos.
Adenasi (20-0) has been running badly since making his debut at the UFC in 2018. They won 9–0 with four wins. Also, he excluded Anderson Silva, Joel Romero, Robert Whitaker, and Calvin Gastelum. He successfully defended his middle-class title prominently in UFC 253 with a second-round finish against an already unbeaten Paulo Costa.
Blachowicz claimed the vacant 205-pound title with a one-sided knockout of Dominic Reyes at the UFC 253 co-main event. The Polish fighter debuted with Ilir Latifi’s knockout in 2014 but lost four of his next five fights. A four-fight win streak followed with impressive wins over Nikita Krylov and Jared Cannonir. But a knockout defeat to Thiago Santos set him back again. Since that defeat, he has won four straight with wins over Luke Rockhold, Ronaldo “Jacquere” Souza, Corey Anderson and aforementioned Reyes.
Can Blachovicz prove that he is more than a transitional champion or will Adesan take his place on the 205-pound throne as one of the world’s best pound-for-pound fighters?
The co-main event saw the greatest female fighter of her time defending her title, as Amanda Nunes was challenged by Megan Anderson for her UFC Featherweight Championship. Nunes has been an unstoppable force over the past six years with an 11-fight winning streak that has seen its trice Chris Cyborg, Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm and Meesha Tate during their quest to become featherweight and bantamweight champions. Only current women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko has provided any resistance. Anderson hoped to pull off major troubles by hating Nunes.
The former Invicta FC featherweight champion has gone 3–2 during his UFC run but has a combination of power and skill that can present a problem for Nunes.
Petr Yan will defend the UFC bantamweight title against top contender Alzman Sterling in a third title fight on the card. Yan has tasted defeat so far inside the UFC Octagon and won the vacant title by stopping Jose Aldo in the fifth round in July. He will make his first defense against Sterling, who has long been recognized as one of the best young talent in the division. He eventually recorded five consecutive wins to win the title, and his 90-second set on Cory Sandhagen highlighted just how strong his grip could be.
Below is a complete part of the schedule for UFC 259, with fight matchups, start times, odds, and more.
What time is Jan Blashikoiz vs Israel Adesania?
- Date: Saturday, March 6
- Preliminary Prelims: 6 PM ET
- Prelims: 8 PM ET
- PPV Main Card: 10 AM ET
Broadcast coverage of UFC 259 will begin with UFC Fight Pass prelims at 6 pm ET, followed by prelims at 8 pm ET. The pay-per-view event is scheduled to begin at 10 pm ET. Adesanya and Blachowicz are expected to collide with the octagon at about 12:15 pm ET, although the exact timing depends on the length of the earlier fights.
How to watch UFC 259: Blachowicz vs Adesanya
The complete UFC 259 card, including the PPV main card, is available on the ESPN + subscription streaming service in the US.
However, earlier fights can be seen live on ESPN and the WatchSPN app, and for early prelims, on UFC Fight Pass.
In Canada, the main card is available on Pay-Per-View UFC Fight Passes on Bell, Rogers, Shaw, Suscatel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink and UFC PPV. Prelims are on TSN and RDS.
Blachowicz vs Adesanya Price: How much does UFC 259 cost?
In the US, the UFC 259 main card is available on ESPN + via pay-per-view, which also requires a subscription. The PPV price of UFC 259 for current customers is $ 69.99. New Customer A bundle price can pay $ 89.98 For UFC 259 pay-per-view and ESPN + annual subscriptions, which offers savings of over 30 percent.
Where is UFC 259?
UFC 259 will take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, without the presence of fans due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
This will be the first battle of both Blachowicz and Adesanya at the UFC Apex. A fight ensued during the epidemic on Fight Island off the Abu Dhabi coast.
Blashikoiz vs Adesania Odds for UFC 259
According to BetMGM, Adesanya is a heavy favorite to become a two-division champion at -250, meaning that Adesanya must come away with a win to earn a profit of $ 100 to place a $ 100 wager. Blachowicz is the underdog at +210, despite being the champion, where a $ 100 wager would yield a $ 210 profit.
Jan Blachowicz Record, bio
- Name: Jan Blachowicz
- the nationality: Polish
- Arising: 24 February, 1983
- Height: 6-2
- the access: Is 78 inches
- Total fights: 35
- Record: 27-8
Israel Adesanya Record, Bio
- Name: Israel Adesanya
- the nationality: Nigerian
- Arising: 22 July 1989
- Height: 6-4
- the access: 80 inches
- Total fights: 20
- Record: 20-0
UFC 259 Fight Card
Main Card (ESPN + PPV)
- Jan Błachowicz (c) vs. Israel for the title of Light Heavyweight of Adesanya Błachowicz
- Amanda Nunes (c) vs Megan Anderson Nunes for women’s featherweight title
- Yan’s bantamweight title for Petr Yan (c) vs. Alzamine Sterling
- Islam Machev vs. Drew Robert; Lightweight
- Thiago Santos vs. Alexander Rakic; light heavyweight
Starting Card (ESPN / ESPN +)
- Dominic Cruz vs. Casey Kenny; Bantamweight
- Song Yadong vs. Kylar Phillips; Bantamweight
- Joseph Benvidez vs. Oscar Askarov; Flyweight
- Rogerio Bontorin v. Cai Cara-France; Flyweight
- Livia Renata Souza vs. Amanda Lemos; Women’s strawweight
Early Preliminary (ESPN + / UFC Fight Pass)
- Tim Elliott vs Jordan Espinosa; Flyweight
- Kennedy Nachukwu vs. Carlos Ulberg; light heavyweight
- Sean Brady vs. Jake Matthews; Welterweight
- Euros Medic vs. Allian Cruz; Lightweight
- Mario Bautista vs. Trevin Jones; Bantamweight