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UFC 197: Fight card, date, odds, how to watch Jon Jones vs. Ovince St. Preux

UFC 197 Jones-OSP, Johnson-Cejudo

UFC 197 Jones-OSP, Johnson-Cejudo

Jon Jones is returning at last. After a nearly year and a half hiatus full of controversial ups and downs, the former light heavyweight champion is returning in the Octagon on Saturday for the interim light heavyweight title against dangerous Ovince Saint Preux in the main event of UFC 197.

Jones is unbeaten in the Octagon, with his only loss coming via a disqualification for a 12-6 elbow at The Ultimate Fighter 2 reality show finale.

Saint Preux will bring an unorthodox, southpaw style of fighting and is always must-catch for his signature move – a knockout with his vicious power.

We can watch UFC 197 live on pay-per-view through your cable provider with prelims beginning at 8 p.m. on Fox Sports 1 and the main card starting at 10 p.m. with your purchase of the pay-per-view.

You can also catch the fight online through UFC.TV for $59.99.

In addition to Jones-Saint Preux, UFC flyweight champion (125 pounds) Demetrious Johnson will once again put his belt on the line — this time against Henry Cejudo. Johnson (23-2-1) has held the belt since the UFC brought the flyweight division into existence. Cejudo (10-0-0) may be Johnson’s toughest challenger yet with a strong wrestling background.

Who are your bets to win the exciting fights on the fight of UFC 197?


UFC 182 Jones vs. Cormier Live on PPV

UFC 182 Bones vs Cormier

UFC 182 Bones vs Cormier

Get ready fans for the highly and eagerly anticipated Ultimate Fighting Championship opener this 2015 headlining the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship match between the pound for pound champion and reigning titleholder Jon Jones defending his title against the no. 1 contender challenger Daniel Cormier. The event takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, January 3.

Thousand mixed martial arts fanatics can watch UFC 182 live televised on pay-per-view via, DirecTV, SoapDish and many other PPV providers. Fans can catch the UFC 182 live online on various paid/free links. Lastly, fans can enjoy the UFC 182 Jones-Cormier live streaming on TV, PC and mobile devices.

This is the biggest, grandest and most intriguing meeting of bitter rivals. Who do you think will win the matchup?

It’s time to an all-out actions and excitement! Catch the blow by blow coverage of UFC 182 Jones vs. Cormier live on PPV available on your TV, PC and mobile devices.

UFC 172 Jones vs. Teixeira Live on PPV

UFC 172 Jones vs. Teixeira

UFC 172 Jones vs. Teixeira

UFC fans, get ready for the intensifying octagon actions, thrill and fun as we head to the Baltimore Arena in Maryland as the pound for pound champion and reigning UFC lightweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones takes on top-notch challenger Glover Teixeira on Saturday, April 26, 2014. It’s an intriguing UFC event we can’t afford to miss fans!

UFC fans around the globe can witness UFC 172 Jones vs. Teixeira live televised on pay-per-view (PPV) available through SoapDish, DirecTV and you may inquire at the nearest cinema outlets for paid broadcast of this awesome UFC matchup in Baltimore. Also, there are some free delayed telecast of the said Mixed Martial Arts event.

Jones marks his 7th title defense after surviving a classic battle at 165 against Gustafsson. Teixeira, 34-year old Brazilian’s 20-fight winning streak dates back to May 2006, and in his five Octagon appearances, he has rarely been tested.

Who’s winning this big UFC showdown?

Don’t miss to catch the blow by blow coverage of UFC 172 live on our TV set, PC and mobile devices. Enjoy!

UFC 165: Jones Vs. Gustafsson Tickets Now on Sale

UFC 165 Jones vs Gustafsson

UFC 165 Jones vs Gustafsson

Fight fans, this is to remind everyone that tickets for UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson are now on sale to the general public. The event stage at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on September 21 and features Jon Jones‘ defending his UFC Light Heavyweight Championship for the sixth consecutive time against dangerous challenger Alexander Gustafsson in the main event.

UFC 165 tickets range from $75 to $450 and are available in all leading ticketing box offices. Hurry order your UFC tickets now to avail special discounts before the tickets get on sold out status weeks before the big MMA event. The co-headline feature interim bantamweight champion Renan Barão putting inline his belt versus Eddie Wineland. Also, a stacked fight card that will surely provide total octagon actions and excitement.

This is going to be an exciting octagon matchup that we should not miss! Prepare yourselves and don’t miss to witness the UFC 165 live on pay-per-view (PPV). Enjoy.