UK start time, full fight pass, live stream and how to follow the UFC 270 Heavyweight Match

Frances Ngannou will be back on the court in the new year as he faces Cyril Jane in a massive title showdown at UFC 270.

Ngannou’s next fight was a topic of debate in the MMA world after the heavyweight star had to watch during the interim title match at UFC 265.


Ngannou’s rise from the sand mines of Cameroon to the UFC Heavyweight Champion is simply amazing

His fight with Derek Lewis seemed certain for a while, but Dana White’s company instead opted for a showdown between “The Black Beast” and Gane.

Gane won via TKO to claim the interim belt, but many were left confused as to why Ngannou was not participating.

Ngannou became the UFC Heavyweight Champion at UFC 260 when he destroyed Stipe Miocic.

Now ‘The Predator’ will be back as 2022 kicks off with a bang in the MMA world.

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The main event is scheduled for Saturday, January 22nd and will be held at the Honda Center in California.

Preliminary actions are likely to begin at 11pm UK time with the main card starting at midnight.

The Ngannou vs Gane match can then be expected around 4am on Sunday for UK fans, but confirmed times will follow.

The event will be broadcast on BT Sport and more information about its coverage will be confirmed soon. will also be up and running throughout Fight Week and will have a live blog from Anaheim overnight.


Jane defeated Derek Lewis for the provisional UFC Heavyweight Championship. Ngannou vs Gane: Fight card

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main card

Main Event: Frances Ngannou (c) vs Cyril Jane (IC) – for the UFC Heavyweight Championship Brandon Moreno (c) vs. Davson Figueiredo – for the UFC Heavyweight ChampionshipGreg Hardy vs. Alexei Oleinik, Heavyweight Kodi Staman vs. Said Nurmagomedov, Bantamovsar Evelwids vs. Elboho Polo J Yoon Kim, Women of the Fly

preliminary map

Warley Alves vs. Jasmine Gasodavicius Flying Woman

Stipe Miocic was taken to a Las Vegas hospital for precautionary measures after losing by knockout to Ngannou at UFC 260


Stipe Miocic rushed to Las Vegas hospital for precautionary action after knockout loss at UFC 260 to Ngannou Ngannou vs Gane: What was said?

Ngannou admitted he wasn’t happy with the way the UFC portrayed him while he was away from the octagon.

MMA promotions suggested that the 35-year-old would be on vacation instead of getting his first title defense at UFC 265.

Ngannou told The MMA Hour, “The only problem was how – because for my part, I know that’s the way to apply pressure – I didn’t feel comfortable.

“I find him so embarrassing that he didn’t even bother me. I’m like, what’s going on? Well let’s do this. What bothers me is the fact that in order to promote this fight they were trying to denigrate me and pretend, ‘If you want to go on vacation, be yourself and when you want to’ Fighting, we’re there.”

“No, I want to fight and I haven’t been on vacation. And they’re using a video from Embedded to play this game, to pretend to tarnish my hearing and to show I’ve been on vacation.

“It bothers me because it’s not fair. I know it’s not true, it’s just to distort my hearing, to control the narration.

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“I don’t have a problem if they want to do acting, just act without sabotaging.” “

He added, “Not to mention that I should at least give me time to go home and give the belt to my people, my country and my family.

“Why was the rush so bad?” In the last two years, I fought twice and suddenly I have to defend my title after two months? What is a rush?

“What’s not so good? Why can’t I have an average time like everyone else, three or four months?”

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