One of the biggest mixed martial arts events is almost here and we got the details to the much-awaited match. UFC 200 livestream, other modes of watching, different cards, and other information are detailed below.
Before the fight card takes place on July 9, however, the event has already been plagued with numerous controversies. Originally, Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor were supposed to headline the event. However, McGregor was then removed from the event due to his failure of meeting press obligations. Consequently, the match was cancelled.
It was a week later when a rematch between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier was announced as replacement headliner for UFC 200. However, that fight card is no longer pushing through as well. MMA Junkie reports that Jones was pulled from the match because of a potential anti-doping violation.
While a real bummer to the hype leading to UFC 200, the replacement match does not disappoint. UFC 200 now features Brock Leasnar’s comeback fight with Mark Hunt as headline for UFC 200.
UFC 200 livestream and other details
One question fans have regarding the event is where a UFC 200 livestream is available.
According to Hollywood Life, livestream for the event can be found on UFC’s official pay-per-view website. You can order one as early as now in time for the match. However, if you want to watch it live, we have noted the times the matches start.
Below is a summary of details for UFC 200:
Live stream: UFC TV
Time (preliminary card): July 9, 5:00 p.m. ET
Time (main card): July 9, 10:00 p.m. ET
Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas Nevada
First round preliminaries
Jim Miller vs Takanori Gomi
Gegard Mousasi vs Thiago Santos
Diego Sanchez vs Jose Lauzon
Meanwhile, here are the matches for the second round:
Second round preliminaries
Enrique Marvin vs Sage Northcut
Raphael Assuncao vs TJ Dillashaw
Johny Hendricks vs Kelvin Gastelum
Cat Zingano vs Julianna Pena
Can’t access the official UFC TV page for the UFC 200 livestream? Check out this link instead: BT Sports.