Dana White’s universe of UFC has combat against the issues hurled by the COVID-19 lockdown for quite a long time, putting on a string of energizing shows.
Cormier (22–1, 1 NC) will protect his heavyweight title against Miocic (18–3), who he won it from the previous summer with a knockout. The misfortune finished Miocic’s dash of winning three straight sessions, however he hasn’t battled since confronting Cormier. Stipe Miocic vs Daniel Cormier
Saturday night’s primary card likewise incorporates Nate Diaz’s (19–11) return following a three-year nonappearance following his rematch misfortune to Conor McGregor in August 2016. Diaz will confront Anthony Pettis (22–8) in the co-headliner.
UFC 249 was an exemplary back in May while White at that point saw his ‘Battle Island’ dream work out as intended lately.
MMA’s first class are currently back in their profound home of Las Vegas and UFC 252 vows to be another spine chiller.
Miocic versus Cormier 3 will feature the tremendous night of activity with the two having won a battle each at UFC 226 and 241.
Presently they’ll go head to head for a third and last time in an energizing headliner and here’s all you have to think about it… Stipe Miocic vs Daniel Cormier
UFC 252: What have the warriors said?
Daniel Cormier has cautioned Stipe Miocic to ‘bring his wrestling shoes’ to UFC 252.
“I love battling in the little confine at the APEX,” Cormier said. “That old leg is going to be directly before me to snatch. I’ll resemble Curtis Blaydes.
“On the off chance that you need to see a 25-minute stand-up battle, that is not what you’re getting.
“I trust Stipe has his wrestling shoes, in light of the fact that with the little confine, single-leg, single-leg, single-leg, single-leg, wrestling.
“What will be will be. Sorry.”
UFC 252: TV and live stream
BT Sport will communicate the occasion and full TV subtleties will follow in the not so distant future.
The early prelims will be appeared on UFC’s Fight Pass for supporters as typical.
In the US, all prelim sessions will be simulcast on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ in English and Spanish.
The headliner on ESPN+ will be pay-per-see in the US.