Watch UFC 213 Amanda Nunes (c) vs Valentina Shevchenko fight on 8th July 2017. T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada will host the event on Saturday. Daniel Cormier will face Anthony Johnson in the main event. You can find full fighting card below. The preliminaries start at 8 PM ET followed by the main event at 10 PM ET. The results will be updated right after the game ends. You can watch UFC 213 live online through the official UFC portal on PPV basis. We will also update free links to watch full fights. UFC 213 will be available on TV on Sony channel. Find more updates about UFC 213 streams, schedule and fight card below.
UFC 213 Nunes vs Shevchenko
Live on Pay-Per-View
Saturday, July 8
Las Vegas, NevadaT-Mobile Arena
Today on the podcast, it’s all about International Fight Week. On Friday, we’ll see the finale for season 25 of The Ultimate Fighter. That means a number of things, not least of which is the UFC debut of former WSOF lightweight champion Justin Gaethje.
Saturday, of course, is the big show: UFC 213. The card isn’t what it once was, but it’s still strong. The UFC women’s bantamweight title is up for grabs in a sneakily interesting rematch between Valentina Schevchenko and Amanda Nunes. The card also features an interim middleweight title contest, a trilogy between elite heavyweights, a returning to lightweight Anthony Pettis and much more.
Lest we forget, this week also means inductions into the UFC Hall of Fame for former matchmaker Joe Silva, Japanese legend Kazushi Sakuraba, Urijah Faber and others.
There’s a lot going on, so join me today to discuss all of this and more. In terms of today’s chat, anything is up for discussion, but I will lead with this and it all kicks off at our time of 1 p.m. ET.
As is customary, I’ll post the video window here as the event draws near and I’ll answer any questions you may have if you post them in the comments section below. Be sure that you click the ‘rec’ button for those comments/questions you believe most deserve a response.
Saturday, of course, is the big show: UFC 213. The card isn’t what it once was, but it’s still strong.