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UFC 279: Chimaev vs Diaz
SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 | 10:00 PM ET | IGNITE TV - CHANNEL 499 (HD)
Fresh from a stirring win over top contender Gilbert Burns, unbeaten welterweight sensation Khamzat Chimaev returns on September 10 to make his first Las Vegas appearance in nearly two years against veteran superstar Nate Diaz in the five-round main event of UFC 279 at T-Mobile Arena. Perfect in 11 pro fights, a record that includes five UFC victories, Chimaev already has post-fight performance bonuses in each trip to the Octagon, but it was in his Fight of the Night win over Burns in April that he proved ready for the elite at 170 pounds. In September, he will be tested once again by Stockton's Diaz, a member of the UFC roster since 2007 who has fought - and beaten - a Who's Who of the sport, including Conor McGregor, Takanori Gomi, Donald Cerrone, Jim Miller and Anthony Pettis, establishing himself as a fan favorite and an elite contender at 155 and 170 pounds.
UFC 280: Oliveira vs Makhachev
OCTOBER 22, 2022 | 2:00 PM ET | IGNITE TV - CHANNEL 499 (HD)
The UFC returns to Abu Dhabi on October 22 with a UFC 280 card headlined by a clash for the vacant lightweight championship between Charles Oliveira and Islam Makhachev. The former UFC lightweight champion, Brazil's Oliveira is on a remarkable 11-fight winning streak in one of the sport's toughest divisions, and after a quartet of victories over Tony Ferguson, Michael Chandler, Dustin Poirier, and Justin Gaethje, he established himself as the top 155-pounder in the world. Now he gets a chance to regain the crown when he faces the surging Makhachev, who has won 10 straight over the likes of Bobby Green, Dan Hooker and Thiago Moises. Plus, the bantamweight division takes center stage, as Aljamain Sterling defends his crown against TJ Dillashaw, and "Sugar" Sean O'Malley steps up for a huge showdown against Petr Yan.