UFC 242 Live

One of the most anticipated pay-per-views in recent memory features the lightweight title unification bout between champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and interim champion Dustin Poirier, live from The Arena in Abu Dhabi on September 7.

WATCH THE WORLD’S BIGGEST FIGHTS ONE AT A TIME.

As the first of a groundbreaking new partnership to bring UFC events to the emirate for the next five years, UFC 242 will air at a special time around the world. Scroll down to find the air times for your region.

WHEN DOES UFC 242 START?

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Pay-Per-View: 2pm/11am ETPT on ESPN+

Prelims: 12pm/9am ETPT on FX

Early Prelims: 10am/7am ETPT on ESPN+ and FIGHT PASS

[Prelims re-air at 11pm/2am ETPT on ESPNEWS, PPV live playback airs at 10pm/7pm ETPT on ESPN+]

ABU DHABI

PPV: 10pm GST on Abu Dhabi Sports 4

Prelims: 8pm GST on Abu Dhabi Sports 4

Early Prelims: 6pm GST on Abu Dhabi Sports 4

AUSTRALIA (SYDNEY)

PPV: 4am Sunday AEST on FIGHT PASS and all providers.

Prelims: 2am Sunday AEST on ESPN and FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 12am Sunday AEST on FIGHT PASS

AUSTRALIA (PERTH)

PPV: 2am Sunday AEST on FIGHT PASS and all providers.

Prelims: 12am Sunday AEST on ESPN and FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 10pm Saturday AEST on FIGHT PASS

MORE UFC 242: Free Fight – Poirier vs Alvarez 2 | Poirier’s Pride | Khabib Training Gallery | Free Fight: Khabib vs Johnson

BRAZIL

PPV: 2pm BRT on Combate

Prelims: 12pm BRT on Combate

Early Prelims: 11am BRT on Combate

CANADA

PPV: 2pm ET on FIGHT PASS and all providers

Prelims: 12pm ET on TSN3

Early Prelims: 10am ET on FIGHT PASS

[PPV re-airs at 10pm ET]

GERMANY – SPAIN – SWITZERLAND

PPV: 8pm on FIGHT PASS

Prelims: 6pm pm on DAZN and FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 4pm CST on FIGHT PASS

HONG KONG & SINGAPORE

PPV: 2am Sunday HGT/SGT on FOX Sports

Prelims: 12am Sunday HGT/SGT on FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 10 pm Saturday HGT/SGT on FIGHT PASS

JAPAN (TOKYO)

PPV: 3am Sunday JST on WOWOW

Prelims: 1am Sunday JST on jp.ufc.com

Early Prelims: 11pm Saturday JST on jp.ufc.com

MEXICO (MEXICO CITY)

PPV: 1pm on FOX Sports Mexico

Prelims: 11am CDT on FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 9am CDT on FIGHT PASS

NEW ZEALAND (AUCKLAND)

PPV: 6am Sunday NZST on FIGHT PASS and SKY Arena

Prelims: 4am Sunday NZST on ESPN and FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 2am Sunday NZST on BT and FIGHT PASS

RUSSIA (MOSCOW)

PPV: 9pm MSK on FIGHT PASS

Prelims: 7pm MSK on FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 5pm MSK on FIGHT PASS

UNITED KINGDOM (LONDON)

PPV: 7pm BST on BT Sport Box Office

Prelims: 5pm BST on BT and FIGHT PASS

Early Prelims: 3pm BST on FIGHT PASS

After taking nearly a year off due to a riot induced vacation, Khabib Nurmagomedov — UFC’s new resident anti-hero — returns to the Octagon today (Sat., Sept. 7, 2019) looking to add Dustin Poirier to his ever-expanding hit list in UFC 242’s pay-per-view (PPV) main event.

While most who enjoy watching mixed martial arts (MMA) are annoyed and confused that UFC 242 is coming to you from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, and is essentially starting when most fight fans are getting home from the bar (10 a.m. ET), we here at MMAmania.com are excited that the card starts and ends with us having enough time to go to bed at a decent hour.

Aside from Khabib and Poirier looking to unify the lightweight title — and “The Eagle” possibly squaring off with various MMA media members after the show — this card is one of the lighter PPV cards of 2019, with Paul Felder and Edson Barboza acting as the co-main event. I’m not saying this fight won’t be fun, or that this card doesn’t have the potential to surprise us and be the sleeper card of the year, but Dana White may be trying to test and see how much of a draw Khabib is by putting him on a weaker card in his third PPV main event.

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