What is UFC 210 and what can we expect from the fights?
This UFC 210 may turn out to be one of the best of the year. With Nate Diaz, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Tony Ferguson in the main event, this card is set to provide a little bit of everything for those in attendance and for those watching from home. The fight card is complete with a litany of fighters, including Demian Maia, Thiago Santos, Tim Means as well as Danny Roberts. Of course, there is also the rematch between Eddie Alvarez and Dustin Poirier, which is sure to be as exciting as their first UFC 211 match. Perhaps the most intriguing fight of the night will be the one between Anthony Pettis and Jim Miller. This is one of those fights that disappoints fans because it could have been so much more. After all, two of the best in the division will be fighting, with no clear-cut winner.
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UFC 210: Diaz vs. Ferguson Odds & Predictions
The main card begins at 10 p.m ET (7 p.m. PT) and will air live on pay-per-view from Madison Square Garden in New York City. All prelims and prelim-only fights can be seen on UFC Fight Pass, and the main card will also be broadcast on Fox Sports 1.
UFC 210: Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson Main Card (PPV)
Nate Diaz (19-11 MMA, 14-9 UFC) vs. Tony Ferguson (23-3 MMA, 13-1 UFC)
When: Saturday, April 8 at 10 p.m. ET
Where: Madison Square Garden in New York City, N.Y.
How to watch: Pay-per-view, Fox Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass
Nate Diaz is a favorite in the -165 range. Tony Ferguson is the underdog and pays +135.
Who are the main fighters in the event and what are their records like?
The No. 1 Contender in the Welterweight division has been on a tear since moving up to 170-pounds. He is currently riding a five fight win streak, and is coming off of a decision win over Stephen Thompson at UFC 205, which was his first title defense. This win also moved him up to No. 5 in the official UFC rankings. He will be moving up in age compared to his opponent on this card, but that does not make him any less dangerous or tough.
His opponent, Stephen Thompson is known for his striking, as he has never been submitted in the Octagon. However, Thompson has suffered some of his most brutal knockouts and wins against Jorge Santiago in 2010 and Rory MacDonald in 2012.
This will take place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts on December 16. The event is headlined by a Lightweight battle between Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez with the winner moving up to No. 1 in the division. The co-main event features a Welterweight fight between No. 2 Joseph Duffy and No. 3 Justin Gaethje.
Here is the full fight card:
Main Card (FOX Sports 1/10 p.m. ET):
Eddie Alvarez vs. Dustin Poirier – for lightweight title
Joseph Duffy vs. Justin Gaethje – for “TUF” welterweight tournament winner (No. 2 vs. No. 3)
Patrick Cote vs. Stephen Thompson – No. 5 contender in the 170-pound division
How can I watch the free live stream of UFC 210 online without any problems or delays?
Watching the free live stream of UFC 210 can be done through a number of different ways. The best way to do it is through a UFC streaming service. These services are designed to provide everything that one would need in order to watch the fights and enjoy them from home. Not only are they cheap, but they are also very easy to use on all devices.
One of the major benefits of using UFC streaming services is the fact that they are very affordable. They are so cheap that it is actually cheaper to buy a UFC streaming service than it is to pay for cable. You can even find discounts even when you have already bought one, and one time offer promotions by manufacturers. Some people may be wary about buying a service like this since there aren’t many reviews on them out there, but those that have used them say that they are great and worth the investment.
What time does the main card start on Saturday night and who will be fighting in the headline match-up?
UFC 210 will start off with the prelims at 5 pm ET. The main card will begin at 10 pm ET. Remember, this event is scheduled to last a little over five hours. The beginning of the main card is sure to get fans excited and eager for what they are about to see. The main event will be a five round fight between Anthony Pettis and Jim Miller. With one of these two fighters guaranteed a win, it will be exciting to see who comes out on top. Here is a quick recap of the other fights on the card. This is only a brief overview of what to expect at this weekend’s event.
UFC 210 Fight Card:
Anthony Pettis vs. Jim Miller [Main Event]
Aljamain Sterling vs. Renan Barao [Featherweight Bout]
Mark Hunt vs. Curtis Blaydes [Heavyweight Bout]
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Dominick Reyes [Light Heavyweight Bout]
Randy Brown vs. Belal Muhammad [Welterweight Bout]
Tim Boetsch vs. Rafael Natal [Middleweight Bout]
Derek Brunson vs. Patrick Cummins [Middleweight Bout]
The card will also feature former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, Rashad Evans in his return to the octagon against Daniel Kelly.
The event will be taking place at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York. This venue has been the host of several UFC and other MMA events. The last fight to take place there was UFC 208, headlined by Germaine de Randamie and Holly Holm.
Are there any other ways to watch UFC 210 if I don’t have cable or access to a live stream online?”
BOTTOM LINE:UFC 210 is set to be an exciting night everything from the stars in the main event and the other fighters on this card. This card will provide fans with a chance to see some of the best fighters in the world compete against each other. This event is sure to be action-packed and filled with great finishes. In addition, the undercard will provide fans with some great action as well.
For those that don’t have cable, there are still a few options to watch UFC 210 without cable. This guide will go over finding a way to watch the UFC 210 live stream or an alternative way to stream the event.
UFC 210 LIVE STREAM