The complete UFC 202 fight card will air later this evening (Sat., Aug. 20, 2016) on two different stations — FOX Sports 1 and pay-per-view (PPV) — as well as online via “Fight Pass” digital network. UFC 202’s “Prelims” undercard will begin at 6:30 p.m. online via “Fight Pass” before transitioning to the FOX Sports 1 television station at 8 p.m. ET. Once the UFC 202 undercard is complete, the action will pick up on PPV at 10 p.m. ET, starting with a Welterweight match up between Tim Means and a short-notice replacement making his Octagon debut, Sabah Homasi. Then it’s a Welterweight clash between Hyun Gyu Lim and another UFC newcomer, Mike Perry. And third from the top of the PPV bill is a very fun 170-pound clash between Donald Cerrone and Rick Story, which has the potential to spark fireworks.
Leading the charge is UFC Featherweight champion, Conor McGregor, who will look exact revenge against Nate Diaz in a five-round, non-title Welterweight rematch. Meanwhile, in the co-main event, top-ranked Light Heavyweight contenders, Anthony Johnson (No. 1) and Glover Teixeira (No. 2) will trade leather, with the winner likely earning a future 205-pound title shot against division champion, Daniel Cormier, later this year.
It’s going to be awesome.
UFC 202: “McGregor vs. Diaz 2” will cost $49.99 to watch on PPV (exclusions may, and often do, apply based on geographic location).
Most Common UFC 202 PPV (Inter)National Programming Options
There are tons of ways to watch the PPV main card tonight, featuring the aforementioned 170-pound championship clash between “Notorious” and the Stockton scrapper. You can call up Comcast or your local cable and/or satellite provider (DirecTV, DISH Network, etc.) and order the PPV on your television. For the Internet folks among us, you can also stream the event on your computers using UFC.tv, YouTube.com ….View full article
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