Las Vegas-it’s time to finally solve this problem.
After splitting two games in seven years, Dustin Polier and Connor McGregor will end their competition in the UFC 264 Main Event on Saturday.
McGregor won the first game in a knockout round at UFC 178 in 2014, when both were lightweight players. The result will be a precursor to his becoming a superstar. The fighters will continue their respective careers on completely different paths. McGregor became the first UFC fighter to win the world championship in two different weight classes, and he also became the biggest star in fighting sports. Poirier’s route was much longer; Louisiana’s product shifted to lightweight and defeated the likes of Justin Gaethje and Eddie Alvarez. He also won a temporary 155-pound championship.
Poirier and McGregor both lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov and then met again in UFC 257 in January. This time, Poirier won the second knockout round.
Rather than pursuing a lightweight championship, Poirier decided that he needed a trilogy with McGregor, and UFC reserved it for T-Mobile Arena. The card will mark the first full-capacity performance of the sport in Las Vegas since March 2020, before the COVID-19 closure of live events.
The rubber competition will become the UFC’s biggest event this year. Who will do the work?
Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier 3 live update, UFC 264 highlights
11:07 in the evening: With former NFL Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy (Greg Hardy) returning to the octagonal game against Tai Tuivasa, the big men followed suit. Both promised to withstand a huge impact, so someone had to fall.
Irene Aldana performed the first round of TKO against Yana Kunitskaya
11:03 p.m.: Aldana performed well and won the first round of results. It all started with a left uppercut bomb that disappointed Kunitskaya. From there, Aldana pursued the finish line and defeated Kunitzskaya until she won the suspension. Outstanding performance allowed her to return to the championship battle.
10:48 p.m.: Next is the match between Irene Aldana and Yana Kunitskaya in the women’s bantamweight competition. Aldana is 3.5 pounds overweight and she will have to give up 30% of her battle purse.
Sean Omar uses the third round of TKO to dissect Chris Moutinho
10:40 in the evening: This is the end. O’Malley landed with an alarming frequency, until the referee Heberdian saw enough and stopped the fight. The audience here doesn’t like this ending, because Moutinho continues to fight back despite eating crazy fists. Despite this, O’Malley added another victory to his record and will definitely participate in some major competitions in the near future.
10:34 in the evening: Well, O’Malley did not get the second round results as he predicted, but his surgical performance was excellent. We are about to enter the third game.
10:27 in the evening: Talk about a beautiful display that is eye-catching! O’Malley hit Moutinho with everything but the kitchen sink in the first round and proved why he will almost certainly become a superstar in the sport. Entering the second round, this is where he predicted the end will go viral. Will he get it?
10:13 p.m.: We are still alive! Sean O’Malley may be MMA’s next big thing, he will open the position of pay-per-view in the game with the debut Kris Moutinho.
9:58 p.m.: Well, Carlos Condit looks like 38 years old tonight because Griffin is stronger, fresher and faster throughout the game. Griffin made a unanimous decision, and Condit may have to consider his future as a mixed martial artist.
9:38 PM: The final preliminaries before the main card have now begun, as the 38-year-old Carlos Condit hopes to win three straight against Max Griffin.
9:25 in the evening: When Price and Pereira gave us an interesting 15-minute action, the great fight that people expected failed the hype. Price never gave up, and Pereira’s creativity was fully demonstrated. But Pereira will make a unanimous decision with a score of 29-28.
9:12 pm: You won’t see this every day. Pereira just did a backflip and landed at full speed. He almost finished the fight with the Americans, but when the fight resumed, Price escaped and closed some heavy punches.
9:05 p.m.: Next we will see the fierce battle between Niko Price and Michel Pereira.
8:45 p.m.: Ryan Hall is done. Hall sent spam to Evanli Roll throughout the battle. In the end, Toplia found an opening, interrupted Hall on the ground, and then slammed his head with his fist until Hall lost consciousness. No one wants to fight Hall. Toplia did it. Take a look now.
8:40 in the evening: Next is the return of Ryan Hall. It has been nearly two years since Hall’s last fight, but he is back and faces Ilya Topria. Hall is recognized as one of the most dangerous fighters in the UFC. Can his performance tonight make the featherweight department feel scared?
8:24 p.m.: We have an end, because Du Plessis took out of the cage with a cruel right hand to end Giles. Giles slammed the canvas hard, and Du Plessis followed close behind, finishing the job with a few punches. Last year, Du Plessis watched McGregor Boyle as a fan in Vegas. Now he is competing for McGregor Card and won the second round of KO. touching.
8:11 p.m..: We live stream the preliminaries in Las Vegas. The atmosphere of the first UFC card in Las Vegas returning to the T-Mobile Arena in more than a year is crazy, and it will definitely heat up before the end of the night. A solid UFC Fighting Pass has just been packed, and we will play against Derek Duplisis in the middleweight match with Trevin Giles.
McGregor vs. Poriye 3 start time
- Preliminaries: 6 p.m. EST | 3 p.m. Pacific time
- Preliminaries: 8 p.m. EST | 5 p.m. Pacific time
- PPV main card: 10pm Eastern Time | 7pm Pacific Time
- McGregor and Povalier 3: 12:15 AM Eastern Time (approximately) | 9:15 PM Pacific Time (approximately)
UFC 264: Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 3 will be held on July 10. The early preliminaries will start at 6:15 pm EST; the pay-per-view main card will start at 10 pm EST. Poirier and McGregor should enter Octagon around 12:15 AM EST, depending on the length of the undercard game.
How to watch McGregor vs. Poirier 3 on PPV
- Preliminaries: ESPN / ESPN +
- Preliminaries: ESPN / ESPN +
- Master Card: ESPN+ (pay-per-view)
The main card of UFC 264 can be obtained through ESPN+ subscription streaming service in the United States, pay-per-use. The part of the event starts at 10pm Eastern Time.
Earlier matches can be watched in real time on ESPN, the WatchESPN app, and the UFC Fight Pass in the early preliminaries.
In Canada, UFC Fight Pass on Bell, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink and UFC PPV can use the main card to pay per use.
UFC 264 battle card
- Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor; lightweight
- Gilbert Burns vs. Stephen Thompson; Welterweight
- Greg Hardy vs. Ty Tuwasa; heavyweight
- Irene Aldana (Irene Aldana) Yana Kunitskaya passed the first round of TKO (boxing) (4:35)
- Sean O’Malley Chris Moutinho passes the third round of TKO (punch) (4:33)
- Max Griffin def. Carlos Condit passed unanimous decisions (30-27, 29-28 and 29-28)
- Michael Pereira Niko Price passed unanimous decisions (29-28, 29-28 & 29-28)
- Ilia Topuria (Ilia Topuria) Ryan Hall passed the first round of KO (boxing) 4:47
- Dricus du Plessis def. Trevin Giles passed the second round of KO (boxing) (1:41)
Battle Pass Preliminary
- Jennifer Maia Jessica Eye passed a unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28 & 29-28)
- Brad Tavares Omari Akhmedov passed the split decision (29-28, 29-28 & 28-29)
- Zargas Zumagulov Jerome Rivera passed the first round submission (guillotine) (2:02).