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UFC 301 with Jose Aldo: Fight Card, Start Time and How to Watch

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UFC returns to Rio de Janeiro with a card filled with Brazilian fighters.

In the main event, flyweight champion Alexandre Pantoja returns to defend his strap against challenger Steve Erceg. The fight marks the fourth-ever in the UFC for Australia’s Erceg.

The biggest fight on the card is perhaps the co-main event which features the legendary former featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s comeback. The Brazilian retired last year, but will be back to face the tough Jonathan Martinez in a highly anticipated bout.

The card also features fighters like Michel Pereira, Paul Craig and former title challenger Anthony Smith. Check out the UFC 301 fight card below!

UFC 301 fight card

Main card

  • Flyweight bout: Alexandre Pantoja (c) vs. Steve Erceg
  • Bantamweight bout: Jonathan Martinez vs. José Aldo
  • Light Heavyweight bout: Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino
  • Middleweight bout: Michel Pereira vs. Ihor Potieria
  • Middleweight bout: Paul Craig vs. Caio Borralho

Preliminary card 

  • Featherweight bout: Jack Shore vs. Joanderson Brito
  • Women’s Strawweight bout: Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Iasmin Lucindo
  • Lightweigh tbout: Elves Brener vs. Myktybek Orolbai
  • Featherweight bout: Jean Silva vs. William Gomis

Early preliminary card

  • Lightweight bout: Joaquim Silva vs. Drakkar Klose
  • Lightweight bout: Mauricio Ruffy vs. Jamie Mullarkey
  • Women’s Flyweight bout: Dione Barbosa vs. Ernesta Kareckaite
  • Lightweight bout: Ismael Bonfim vs. Vinc Pichel
  • Flyweight bout: Alessandro Costa vs. Kevin Borjas

* Fight card is a subject of change.

How to watch in Sweden and US

Sweden: The early prelims starts at 0.00 CET, and the prelims starts at 02.00, both on UFC Fight Pass. The main card streams on Viaplay, starting at 04.00 CET.

US: The main card that starts at 10 p.m. ET on pay-per-view via ESPN+. The preliminary card airs on ESPN at 8 p.m. following five early prelims on ESPN+ at 6 p.m. ET.

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