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The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to the Fight Island in Abu Dhabi this weekend with UFC 294: Makhachev vs. Volkanovski 2, which is headlined by a world championship bout and a pivotal bout in the middleweight division.

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A stacked 13-fight card will be capped off by an electrifying main event as UFC lightweight champion Islam Makhachev defends his title in a rematch against UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski.

UFC 294 Card, Telecast & Live Streaming Details

The co-main event of UFC 294 will see former welterweight champion Kamaru Usman battle Khamzat Chimaev in a potential middleweight title eliminator. Both the main event and co-main event saw a change last week with Usman and Volkanovski stepping in as late-replacements.

Also on the main card, №2 ranked light heavyweight contender Magomed Ankalaev faces off against №7 Johnny Walker in a thrilling match after Ikram Aliskerov takes on Warlley Alves in an action-packed middleweight bout.

In the main card opener, grappling expert Said Nurmagomedov is set to take on Muin Gafurov in a bantamweight bout after №10 ranked contender Timothy Elliott meets №11 Muhammad Mokaev in an exciting flyweight match that will close the preliminary card.

The prelims will also see India’s Anshul Jubli take on Mike Breeden at lightweight. Anshul secured a UFC contract when he won the lightweight tournament in ROAD TO UFC Season 1.

Having become a star in his own country, Anshul now looks to carry the momentum and confidence into the Octagon to rack up his first UFC victory on his UFC debut. Several other Asian MMA talents will be fighting on the card.

Korea’s Jinh Yu Frey will be in a do-or-die strawweight battle with Viktoriia Dudakova, while Japan’s former King of Pancrase Victor Henry takes on Dana White’s Contender Series contract winner Javid Basharat.

The prelims is stacked with four more bouts. Here is all you need to know about UFC 294: Makhachev vs. Volkanovski from date, timings, fight card, fight location, telecast and live streaming information of the event in India:

When and where is UFC 294 taking place?

The event is set to take place on Saturday (October 21) at the Etihad Arena — UFC Fight Island on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE. And due to time difference in USA, the event will start in the early hours on Saturday (October 21) and late evening in India.

What time does UFC 294: Makhachev vs Volkanovski 2 card start?

The preliminary card starts at 10 AM ET / 7 AM PT / 2:30 PM GMT / 7:30 PM IST (Saturday, October 21), while the main card starts at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT / 6 PM GMT / 11:30 PM GMT (Saturday, October 21).

Where and how to watch UFC 294: Makhachev vs. Volkanovski 2 in India?

Watch the LIVE coverage of UFC 294: Makhachev vs. Volkanovski, including Anshul Jubli’s fight on Sony Sports Ten 1 (English), Sony Sports Ten 3 (Hindi) & Sony Sports Ten 4 (Tamil & Telugu) channels from 7:30 PM IST. Fans in India, can also live stream the entire card on Sony LIV.

UFC 294 Fight Card

Main Card: The main card for UFC 294, featuring the world championship bout rematch as well as the title eliminator in one of the divisions alongside three other bouts is as follows:

1. Lightweight Championship Bout: Islam Makhachev © vs. Alexander Volkanovski

2. Middleweight Title Eliminator Bout: Kamaru Usman vs. Khamzat Chimaev

3. Light Heavyweight Bout: Magomed Ankalaev vs. Johnny Walker

4. Middleweight Bout: Ikram Aliskerov vs. Warlley Alves

5. Bantamweight Bout: Said Nurmagomedov vs. Muin Gafurov

Preliminary Card: The prelims featuring India’s Anshul Jubli’s first fight in the UFC as well as seven other interesting matchups in the mixed martial arts — MMA promotion is as follows:

1. Flyweight Bout: Tim Elliott vs. Muhammad Mokaev

2. Lightweight Bout: Mohammad Yahya vs. Trevor Peek

3. Bantamweight Bout: Javid Basharat vs. Victor Henry

4. Middleweight Bout: Abu Azaitar vs. Sedriques Dumas

5. Lightweight Bout: Mike Breeden vs. Anshul Jubli

6. Featherweight Bout: Nathaniel Wood vs. Muhammad Naimov

7. Women’s Strawweight Bout: Victoria Dudakova vs. Jinh Yu Frey

8. Middleweight Bout: Sharabutdin Magomedov vs. Bruno Silva

On Saturday, two marquee fights highlight a stacked pay-per-view put on by the Ultimate Fighting Championship, including a title fight between two rivals.

The main event sees an exciting rematch between a pair of title holders, as Lightweight champion Islam Makhachev defends his belt against Featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski.

The initially scheduled bout was going to see Makhachev take on Charles Oliveira, but the latter had to withdraw after getting cut on his right eyebrow.

This is the second time these two will battle for the Lightweight belt, as Makhachev defeated Volkanovski by unanimous decision at UFC 284 in February. This will be the Russian’s second title defense since beating Oliveira for the vacant title in October 2022. He has a career record of 24-1, with 11 wins coming by submission.

That loss to Makhachev was the first in Volkanovski’s UFC career. Yet, he rebounded well at UFC 290 in July, knocking out Yair Rodriguez to hang on to his Featherweight belt. Since winning that championship in 2019, the Australian fighter has successfully defended it five times. Volkanovski has a career record of 26-2, with 13 victories coming by knockout.

Another exciting bout on the main card will determine who is next in line for the Middleweight title, as Kamaru Usman squares off with Khamzat Chimaev.

A remixed UFC 294 card features an incredible rematch between Islam Makhachev and Alexander Volkanovski with the lightweight title on the line from Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi.

The first fight resulted in a razor-thin unanimous decision win for the lightweight champion. Since then, Volkanovski has gone back down and defended his featherweight championship with a TKO win over Yair Rodriguez.

It didn't look like Volkanovski was guaranteed his chance at redemption until a late injury kept Charles Oliveira off the card. Do Brox was supposed to get his own shot at retribution against Makhachev but he was forced off the card by a cut he suffered in training.

The co-main event is also a product of some last-minute magic. Kamaru Usman will step in for an injured Paulo Costa to fight Khamzat Chimaev in a massive middleweight match.

The main event rematch is much more intriguing than the first fight was going in. On paper, it just looked like Makhachev would be able to bully a smaller Volkanovski in the cage.

That assessment was wrong. Volkanovski proved in the last fight that he is plenty strong and brings tools to the table that can give the lightweight champion problems.

Volkanovski fought a nearly perfect fight and there were a handful of media members that even scored the fight for the featherweight champ. Volkanovski landed more significant strikes 70-57 but Makhachev had more control time and had more control time throughout the fight.


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