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UFC Abu Dhabi Action is back! How to watch UFC 294 live stream — Makhachev vs Volkanovski 2, start time, odds, full card. In the main event of UFC 294 tonight, Alexander Volkanovski steps up on short notice to challenge Islam Makhachev for the lightweight title, eight months after their scintillating first clash.


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The main event sees Alexander Volkanovski challenge Islam Makhachev for the lightweight belt again, after Kamaru Usman battles Khamzat Chimaev


Featherweight champion Volkanovski came up narrowly short against Makhachev in February, losing on points, and now he replaces the injured Charles Oliveira on 11 days’ notice for a rematch.


In the co-main event, Kamaru Usman is also a short-notice replacement, taking on Khamzat Chimaev on 10 days’ notice after Paulo Costa withdrew amid a slew of surgeries.


That bout marks Usman’s middleweight debut, 14 months after his reign as welterweight champion ended, as he faces one of the most dominant prospects in MMA.


Watch UFC 294 live stream

Date: Sat, Oct 21 2023

Start time (main card): 2pm ET / 11am PT / 7pm BST / 5am AEDT

TV channel: TNT Sports 2 (UK)

Live stream: Kayo Sports PPV (AU) | ESPN Plus PPV (US) | TNT Sports (UK)


The main card is set to get underway at 2 a.m. ET / 7 p.m. UK time with the main event cagewalks scheduled for 5 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. UK time. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.


Where is the Makhachev vs. Volkanovski 2 fight?


The fight will take place at the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi.


Islam Makhachev record and bio


Nationality: Russian

Date of birth: October 27, 1991

Height: 5' 10"

Reach: 70"

Total fights: 25

Record: 24-1


Alex Volkanovski record and bio


Nationality: Australian

Date of birth: September 29, 1988

Height: 5' 6"

Reach: 71"

Total fights: 28

Record: 26-2


Makhachev vs. Volkanovski fight card


Main Card


Islam Makhachev vs. Alexander Volkanovski; for Makhachev's UFC lightweight title

Kamaru Usman vs. Khamzat Chimaev; middleweight

Magomed Ankalaev vs. Johnny Walker; light heavyweight

IIkram Aliskerov vs. Warllley Alves; middleweight

Said Nurmagomedov v Muin Gafurov; bantamweight


Preliminary card


Tim Elliot vs. Muhammad Mokaev; flyweight

Mohammad Yahya vs. Trevor Peek; lightweight

Javid Basharat vs. Victor Henry; bantamweight

Abu Azaitar vs. Sedriques Dumas; middleweight

Mike Breeden vs. Anshu Jubli; lightweight

Nathaniel Wood vs. Muhammad Naimov; featherweight

Viktoriia Dudakova vs. Jinh Yu Freyl; women's strawweight

Shara Magomedov vs. Bruno Silva; middleweight


When Charles Oliveira pulled out of the UFC 294 main event with injury last week, MMA fans surely couldn't have imagined that Dana White would pull out an even more appetizing opponent for Lightweight champion Islam Makhachev. Enter Alexander Volkanovski and a repeat of arguably 2023's best fight so far. Yes please!


Back at UFC 284 in February, the pair fought five gruelling rounds before Makhachev's hand was raised in victory by a unanimous points decision. A rematch was always going to be in the offing, although who could have predicted it would come around so soon?


With a winning streak stretching back over eight years, the champ will enter the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi as favorite to retain his strap once again. The Sambo master is always going to be a handful on the canvas, but he surprised Volkanovski with the strength of his striking first time around. If it was in any doubt, it demonstrated that the Russian is a multifaceted martial artist who'll leave his opponent with nowhere to hide in the Octagon.


Aussie Alexander 'the Great' Volkanovski held his own (and then some) after stepping up from his usual Featherweight in the first encounter with Makhachev. Dispelling any notion that he would be dominated by the heavier man was put to rest in 25 minutes that Volkanovski described as '"fun" immediately afterwards.


Saturday's bout gives the reigning Featherweight champion another golden opportunity to join the pantheon of greats who have held simultaneous UFC titles in different weight classes. Only Conor McGregor, Daniel Cormier, Amanda Nunes and Henry Cejudo have previously managed that feat.

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