This Saturday in Abu Dhabi, there are two UFC title fights that’ll get you up out of your seats, along with a flurry of other exciting match-ups on the main card and even more fights in the preliminaries. The Light Heavyweight champion of the world, Jan Blachowicz, will defend his title for the second time against number-one ranked challenger Glover Teixeira. Accompanying that main event will be an interim Bantamweight title fight between the former titleholder and number-one ranked Petr Yan and number-three ranked Cory Sandhagen.
Everything you need to know about UFC 267 is right below with our fight card, schedule and info on how to stream the fights this Saturday.
UFC 267 Pay-Per-View Fight Card and Schedule
Main Card (begins 2 p.m. Eastern Time)
- Jan Blachowicz vs. Glover Teixeira (main event)
- Petr Yan vs. Cory Sandhagen (co-main event)
- Islam Makhachev vs. Dan Hooker
- Alexander Volkov vs. Marcin Tybura
- Li Jingliang vs. Khamzat Chimaev
- Magomed Ankalaev vs. Volkan Oezdemir
Preliminaries (begins 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time)
- Amanda Ribas vs. Virna Jandiroba
- Ricardo Ramos vs. Zubaira Tukhugov
- Albert Duraev vs. Roman Kopylov
- Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Benoit Saint-Denis
- Shamil Gamzatov vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk
- Makwan Amirkhani vs. Lerone Murphy
- Hu Yaozong vs. Andre Petroski
- Magomed Mustafaev vs. Damir Ismagulov
- Tagir Ulanbekov vs. Allan Nascimento
Between Blachowicz, 38, and Teixeira, 42, these are two seasoned UFC veterans who know their way around the Octagon, so it’s sure to be one that will end on an exciting note. Blachowicz is coming off a five-match winning streak, while notably becoming the first fighter to take down the legendary Israel Adesanya as Jan defended his title back in March. On the other hand, Teixeira is back for his second-ever Light Heavyweight title fight since he lost against Jon Jones at UFC 172 over seven years ago. Glover is entering this fight with a winning streak of his own, with dominant performances over Anthony Smith and Thiago Santos in 2020 that catapulted the challenger to the top of the ranks. Blachowicz remains the heavy favorite in this match, but don’t count out Teixeira and his unmatched heart and tenacity.
The co-main event features an interim bantamweight championship fight between Russian-born fighter Petr Yan and top-ranked fighter Cory Sandhagen. You might remember Sandhagen from earlier this year with his flying knee finish that took out Frankie Edgar, though he lost a split decision to TJ Dillashaw back in the summer. Yan first won the vacant title against Jose Aldo in Abu Dhabi last summer, but he was unable to retain it when Yan landed an illegal kick against Aljamain Sterling that resulted in a disqualification. The interim fight came about when current title-holder Aljamain Sterling was unable to defend his strap due to a neck injury. Yan and Sandhagen are some of the best fighters in the bantamweight division right now, and throw in the fact that they’re competing for a title, you’re almost guaranteed an edge-of-your-seat matchup this weekend.
How to Watch UFC 267 Pay-Per-View
UFC pay-per-view events are usually $69.99, but UFC 267 will be FREE for ESPN+ subscribers
First, if you want to catch the PPV fight, you’ll have to sign up for the ESPN+ subscription service. ESPN+ starts at $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, and it includes hundreds of other sporting events and UFC fights live and on demand. You also get access to ESPN+ originals, the full 30 for 30 library and exclusive in-depth articles from ESPN’s top writers.
For a limited time offer, ESPN+ is giving UFC fans a chance to catch this Saturday’s title card for free without emptying your wallet for the pay-per-view fees. Plus, you don’t want to miss out on the November 6th event, UFC 268, which will feature superstars such as Kamaru Usman, Colby Covington, Rose Namajunas and Justin Gaethje.
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