The fight card for tonight’s UFC 189 has a lot of big names in it.
But if you’ve never seen a boxing match before, this is a great place to start.
The biggest names from UFC 189 will be up against each other in a bout that’s expected to be a huge payday for the heavyweight titleholder, Demetrious Johnson.
That’s right, this will be a big fight, with UFC president Dana White saying it could be worth more than the pay-per-view purse.
The main card is a welterweight title rematch between Michael Bisping and Georges St-Pierre, as well as a middleweight title bout between Michael Chandler and Demetrick Taylor.
The card also includes a light heavyweight title fight between Travis Browne and Anthony Pettis, and a lightweight title fight with the winner of the light heavyweight/heavyweight split between Anthony Pettigrew and Rashad Evans.
Check out the fight card below:There’s a good chance you’ll be able to watch this fight from home, or even in your car.
But here’s the catch: You’re only getting the fights for two weeks.
You have to catch up on the rest of the UFC 189 broadcast, as the rest will air on UFC Fight Pass.
If you don’t have a TV yet, you can stream the main card online right now on WatchESPN, UFC FightPass, UFC Mobile or UFC App.
If you have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you’ll have to subscribe to the UFC Go app for the fights to stream.
Here are the other main card fights:In the middleweight/heavyweights split, Nate Diaz (29-7 MMA, 13-4 UFC) will face Chris Weidman (22-8 MMA, 4-3 UFC) for the vacant welterearn the UFC welterring belt.
The winner of this fight will likely be the next champion in the division.
Weidman’s last win came over the surging Nate Diaz at UFC 170, but he’s lost five straight and looks like he might not have any of his top welterweights left.
Diaz is coming off his first knockout loss since 2013, and he’s coming off a decision loss to Chris Weidenreich at UFC on FOX 21.
Weidmann has won three of his last four fights and has been dominant all year.
This fight could be a lot closer than the two-fight UFC 189 main card.
Diaz will be looking to get back on track after his UFC 181 defeat to Robbie Lawler, and we’ll see if Weidmans dominance in the welterunner’s division continues.
This fight is expected to go the distance, but the winner will likely get the title shot.
This will be the UFC’s third pay-parity fight, following Diaz vs. Henderson and Diaz vs Henderson vs. Lawler.
It’s the biggest fight of the night.
Anthony Petticis will try to earn his second straight win when he takes on Mark Hunt (19-4 MMA, 7-3 USADA) at UFC 194.
Pettic has won two of his past three fights, but this will likely end up being the fight where Pettic finally looks like the real deal.
This bout has the potential to be the biggest pay-pitch fight of all-time.
Pettic will look to continue his dominance from the heavyweight division.
Pettis is coming into this fight as one of the biggest heavyweights in the UFC.
Petticovers wins over Luke Rockhold, Tim Means and Jon Jones have given Pettis his big win streak.
Petti has had wins over the likes of Demian Maia, Demian Mejia and Vitor Belfort.
This is a rematch of Pettis’ first loss at UFC 169 and Pettis was forced to fight with an injury.
If he can’t stay healthy and stay sharp for this fight, he’s probably going to have a tough time staying relevant in the heavyweight competition.
It will be interesting to see if this fight can get close to the pay per view, but it will likely go to a decision.
Both fighters are heavyweights, and it will be hard to see who gets a win.
Peyton is a big underdog going into this matchup, and his UFC 189 opponent was never expected to look that big in his debut.
This could be the fight that gives Pettic the title and pushes him into the top 10 of the rankings.
It won’t be easy, but a fight like this will definitely pay off.