SHARE




Israel
Adesanya
will defend his undisputed
Ultimate Fighting Championship
middleweight title when he
confronts Jared
Cannonier
in the
UFC 276
main event. Meanwhile, Alexander
Volkanovski
—he of the 21-fight winning streak—puts his
featherweight crown on the line and completes his trilogy with
Max
Holloway
in the co-headliner.

A closer look at some of the UFC 276 “Adesanya vs. Cannonier”
particulars:

Date, Time, Location for UFC 276

UFC 276 goes down on Saturday, July 2 at T-Mobile Arena in Las
Vegas. The main card kicks off at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. The prelims
start at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.

UFC 276 ‘Adesanya vs. Cannonier’ Tickets

Those in the Las Vegas area on July 2 can purchase
tickets through AXS
to see UFC 276 “Adesanya vs. Cannonier” in
person. The site offers seating options in a variety of price
ranges, from $150 to $15,000.

How to Watch UFC 276 Online

Anyone wishing to live stream UFC 276 “Adesanya vs. Cannonier”
online will need to buy an ESPN+ membership and purchase the pay-per-view
for $74.99. The ESPN-owned streaming service has exclusive rights
to UFC live streams, making ESPN+ the only way to view UFC 276
online or on television in the United States. The early prelims can
be viewed on UFC Fight Pass at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, with the
featured prelims set for 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC, ESPN and
ESPN+. Meanwhile,
BT Sport is the lone broadcaster showing UFC 276 “Adesanya vs.
Cannonier” live in the United Kingdom
. Coverage begins at 1
a.m. BST. Finally, Foxtel TV
customers in Australia can stream UFC 276 online by using the
Foxtel Go app and may also sign up for Kayo to watch ESPN
online
.

UFC 276 Card, Odds

BetUS.com lists Adesanya as an overwhelming -500 favorite for the
headliner, with Cannonier as a +350 underdog. In the co-main event,
Volkanovski is favored at -210, with Holloway coming back at
+165.

Adesanya, 32, steps into the Octagon on the heels of back-to-back
victories, having righted his ship following his 2021 loss to
then-light heavyweight champion Jan
Blachowicz
in a failed bid to become a simultaneous
two-division titleholder. The
City Kickboxing
star last competed at UFC 271, where he laid
claim to a five-round unanimous decision over Robert
Whittaker
in their Feb. 12 rematch. Adesanya holds an 11-1
record in the UFC.

The 38-year-old Cannonier has rattled off five victories in six
outings since moving to the middleweight division. He nailed down
his shot at the title at UFC 271, as the
MMA Lab
rep buried Derek
Brunson
with a volley of second-round elbows in February.
Cannonier, one of the true powerhouses of the 185-pound weight
class, has delivered 12 of his 15 career wins by knockout,
technical knockout or submission.

The rest of the main draw features a middleweight clash pairing
Sean
Strickland
(-115) with Alex
Pereira
(-115), a welterweight tilt pitting Robbie
Lawler
(-125) against Bryan
Barberena
(-105) and a bantamweight battle matching Sean
O’Malley (-300) with Pedro
Munhoz
(+220). Lightweights carry the freight for the
seven-fight undercard, as Jalin
Turner
(-145) locks horns with Brad
Riddell
(+115) at 155 pounds.


More Coverage »



Preview: The Main Card


Preview: The Prelims


By The Numbers: Adesanya vs. Cannonier


5 Things You Might Not Know About Jared Cannonier


Rivalries:
Brad
Tavares

Pedro
Munhoz: A Man at Peace


The Bottom Line: Still in the Shadow


LEAVE A REPLY