UFC on ESPN 1: Ngannou vs. Velasquez – February 17

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Date: February 17, 2019
Venue: Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona
TV: TSN/ESPN/ESPN+/UFC Fight Pass

Main Card: (TSN/EPSN-9pm et)
265lbs- Francis Ngannou (12-3) vs. Cain Velasquez (14-2)
155lbs- James Vick (13-2) vs. Paul Felder (15-4)
115lbs- Cortney Casey (8-6) vs. Cynthia Calvillo (7-1)
145lbs- Alex Caceres (14-11) vs. Kron Gracie (4-0)
170lbs- Vicente Luque (13-6-1) vs. Bryan Barberena (13-4)
145lbs- Andre Fili (17-5) vs. Myles Jury (17-3)

Preliminary Card: (TSN/ESPN-7pm et)
135lbs- Jimmie Rivera (22-2) vs. Aljamain Sterling (16-3)
135lbs- Benito Lopez (8-0) vs. Manny Bermudez (13-0)
125lbs- Ashlee Evans-Smith (6-3) vs. Andrea Lee (9-2)
155lbs- Scott Holtzman (10-2) vs. Nik Lentz (28-9-2)

Preliminary Card: (ESPN+/UFC Fight Pass-530pm et)
135lbs- Renan Barao (34-4) vs. Luke Sanders (12-2)
125lbs- Jessica Penne (12-5) vs. Jodie Esquibel (6-4)
125lbs- Aleksandra Albu (3-0) vs. Emily Whitmire (3-2)
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One Response to “ UFC on ESPN 1: Ngannou vs. Velasquez – February 17 ”

  1. ‘Chamon Lee says:

    Not to be a dick but I don’t come here for UFC or Bellator coverage because I can find it much more in depth elsewhere… like on network tv my dudes..
    (Obvs exception of when Canadians are on the card, but that should become the main focus of the post)

    Let me be the 1 millionth person to request that this site does rankings again. (Doesn’t have to be effing perfect but it’s the most compelling thing this site ever had)

    I also f*****d around longer than I want to admit trying to see the Gordon/Sherbatov fight because I hadn’t realized the date was moved.

    And we be talking about the biggest flyweight fight in this god damn countries history. That slips through the crack.

    I’m also out of B.C. and the dis-he-spect towards The upcoming cards there is perplexing

    I just think this sites success was built on a niche market and it’s veered off supporting Canadian promotions and fighters and replaced it with nothing.

    TLDR;
    The coverage of big promotions is unessecary and honestly futile in comparison to say… ESPN.
    The reduced emphasis on Canadian mma ain’t it chief.

    Well-loved! Thumb up 6 Thumb down 1

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