UFC 216: Ferguson vs Lee PPV Oct 7, 2017 Live
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is ready to kickoff its next pay-per-view (PPV) event as UFC 216 goes
down inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sat., Oct. 7, 2017, featuring an interim lightweight
title fight between Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee.
UFC 216: Ferguson vs Lee
LIVE ON PAY-PER-VIEW
Date: Saturday, October 7, 2017
Time: 10PM/7PM ETPT
Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim Lightweight championship is up for grabs this weekend
(Sat., Oct. 7, 2017) as Tony Ferguson puts his nine-fight win streak on the line against Kevin Lee in
UFC 216’s pay-per-view (PPV) main event inside T-Mobile Arena in Vegas, Nevada. That’s not the only bit
of hardware in play, of course, as the PPV co-main event sees Demetrious Johnson look to tie the record
for title defenses against young grappling hotshot Ray Borg.
UFC Fight: Saint Preux vs Okami Sep 22, 2017 – FXX
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is bringing a bevy of “Prelims” fights to UFC Fight Pass and FXX this
weekend (Fri., Sept. 22, 2017) when UFC Fight Night 117: “Saint Preux vs. Okami” storms Saitama Super Arena
in Saitama, Japan. sportsliveall.com’s Patrick Stumberg kicks off the UFC Fight Night 117 “Prelims” party with
the first installment of a two-part undercard preview series below.
This Friday evening (Sept. 22, 2017), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Saitama Super Arena
in Saitama, Japan, with a decidedly offbeat main event. One-time interim Light Heavyweight title challenger
Ovince Saint Preux faces Yushin Okami, while Claudia Gadelha and Jessica Andrade duke it out in UFC Fight
Night 117’s co-main event. And, of course, former GLORY champion Gokhan Saki makes his Octagon debut against Luis Henrique da Silva.
UFC Fight Night 117
Saint Preux vs Okami
Date: September 22, 2017
Time: 10pm ET/7pm PT on FXX
Venue: Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Japan.
Three vicious knockouts in his first four UFC appearances, plus a blood-and-guts war with Tarec Saffiedine on short notice, earned Lim a spot on the fringe of the 170-pound elite. “The Ace” has since struggled to match that
early success, suffering stoppage losses to Neil Magny and Mike Perry in his last two fights.
“The Ace,” a brawler by trade, just lost a brawl last time out. Even putting aside the sort of damage that
could do to his confidence, his cardio remains a significant liability. He’s also there to be hit just as
much as Abe is and has suffered far more wear-and-tear. Expect a fun, back-and-forth fight before Lim
starts to slow and Abe finds the mark with a big right hand