UFC London 2022 Live: Date, Fight Card, Stream and Location

UFC London 2022 Live: Date, Fight Card, Stream and Location

UFC London 2022: Date, Fight Card, Live Stream and more. Tom Aspinall takes on Curtis Blaydes in a heavyweight fight to top the bill at UFC London this Saturday night at a sold-out O2 Arena. Find out how to watch or live stream here.

The UFC will return to the UK for the second time in 2022 and excitement is building for the MMA bus to stop in the British Isles once again.

Several big names have already been confirmed for the company’s return to the English capital and there is still room for even more fighters to appear on Fight Night.

With the fight card to start the year from the UK being so spectacular. There is quite a bit of anticipation for the return of MMA’s biggest company!

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC London.

Fight Night shows are held between numbered UFC PPV events. Usually feature names looking to build their reputation in the sport of mixed martial arts.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC Fight Night, how scheduling works and where you can watch it.

Put the beers in the fridge and the pizzas in the oven – it’s time for UFC London baby!

Four months on from arguably the best night in British MMA history. Another big show is coming to town with nine Brits looking to repeat that historic night at the O2 Arena.

With the likes of Tom Aspinall, Paddy Pimblett and Molly McCann in action. It will be another unmissable event – and it’s all broadcast exclusively live on the BT Sport network.

Read More: Latest Fight Card

Aspinall is on top for his second straight five-round assignment. When he takes on fellow heavyweight Curtis Blaydes in the main event.

Aspinall produced the best performance of his budding career last time out. When he handled Alexander Volkov – but the Salford fighter faces another huge leap in competition tomorrow night in the form of Blaydes’ permanent title hopes.

Sweden’s middleweight Jack Hermansson takes co-main honors as he faces late replacement Chris Curtis following Darren Till’s injury withdrawal earlier this month.

Three-time light-heavyweight title challenger Alexander Gustafsson is the centerpiece of the Scouse sandwich as he returns to action after a two-year layoff against Nikit Krylov, shortly after Molly McCann steps up to her Octagon.

McCann’s spinning elbow knockout victory in March was the standout moment of a memorable night and the 32-year-old is confident of repeating her bonus-winning heroics against Hannah Goldy this weekend.

And the ever-entertaining Paul Craig opens the main card. He takes on former 205lb title challenger Volkan Oezdemir with the Scottish fighter looking to secure a fifth straight win to cement his status as a legitimate title prospect.

With all that and plenty of other Brits including Mason Jones, Jai Herbert and Muhammad Mokaev competing on a great preliminary card. You won’t want to miss any of the action this Saturday night.

What time is UFC London: Blaydes vs Aspinall?

The event will be broadcast exclusively live at 6pm (main card) tonight on BT Sport 1HD and our digital platforms.
The first prelim bouts — which are exclusive to UFC Fight Pass subscribers — will begin at 5 p.m.

UFC London: Blaydes vs Aspinall Fight Card
Curtis Blaydes vs Tom Aspinall – Heavyweight
Jack Hermansson vs Chris Curtis – Middleweight
Nikita Krylov vs Alexander Gustafsson – Light Heavyweight
Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt – Lightweight
Molly McCann vs Hannah Goldy – Women’s Flyweight
Paul Craig vs Volkan Oezdemir – Light Heavyweight

UFC London: Blaydes vs Aspinall preliminary round
Mason Jones vs Ludovit Klein – Lightweight
Mark Diakese vs Damir Hadzovic – Lightweight
Makwan Amirkhani vs Jonathan Pearce – Featherweight
Nathaniel Wood vs Charles Rosa – Featherweight
Makwan Amirkhani vs Jonathan Pearce – Featherweight
Muhammad Mokaev vs Charles Johnson – flyweight
Jai Herbert vs Kyle Nelson – Lightweight

UFC London 2022 Live