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Two heavyweights aiming to maintain their winning streak will go head to head this Saturday, as Ciryl Gane and Alexander Volkov will headline UFC Fight Night.
Following a unanimous decision victory over Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Gane, France’s “Bon Gamin,” will try to hold on to his undefeated title, while Volkov, Russia’s former Bellator Heavyweight World Champion (a.k.a. “Drago”), hopes to continue his win-streak.
The mixed martial arts event also promises other matchups, including the co-main event between Tanner Boser (who replaced Maxim Grishin after he withdrew due to visa issues) and Ovince Saint Preux; the bantamweight battle between Raoni Barcelos and Timur Valiev; the featherweight battle between Andre Fili and Daniel Pineda, the welterweight fight between Tim Means and Nicolas Dalby; and the main card kick-off fight between lightweights Renato Moicano and Jai Herbert.
When Is the Start Time for UFC Fight Night Gane vs. Volkov?
UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Volkov takes place Saturday, June 26 at UFC Apex Las Vegas. The heavyweight bouts will be streamed on ESPN+ in English and Spanish. The official UFC Fight Night start time is 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET for the main bout.
Viewers can watch the prelims starting at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
How to Stream UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Volkov
North American viewers can watch UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Volkov live on the ESPN TV channel and with an ESPN+ subscription, which costs $6 per month (an annual subscription is $60). The subscription gets you access to this Saturday’s MMA fight as well as UFC pay-per-view events and other exclusive content; sign up for ESPN+ here.
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Jamie Lee Curtis