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UFC Vegas 58: dos Anjos vs. Fiziev – Full Fight Card, Start Time & How to Watch



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Rafael dos Anos will fight Rafael Fiziev in the main event of UFC Vegas 58. Photo via Instagram: (@rdosanjosmma)

On Saturday July 9, UFC returns with another stacked event at the Apex in Las Vegas.

In the main event, No. 7 ranked lightweight Rafael dos Anjos will face No. 10 ranked Rafael Fiziev in a five rounder. The former lightweight champion dos Anjos is coming of a win against Renato Moicano at UFC 272 in March. Fiziev rides a five fight win streak, including game opponents Renato Moicano, Bobby Green and Brad Riddell.

In the co-main event, Caio Borralho takes on Armen Petrosyan in a middleweight bout. Brazil’s Borralho has won eight fights in a row, the last win coming in April when he defeated Gadzhi Omargadzhiev. In February, Petrosyan won his UFC debut via split decision against Gregory Rodrigues.

The UFC Vegas 58 prelims features a interesting fight in the women’s flyweight division between No. 10 ranked Cynthia Calvillo and Nina Nunes, as well as a bout between flyweights Antonina Shevchenko and Cortney Casey.

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UFC Vegas 58: dos Anjos vs. Fiziev – Full Fight Card

Main card:

  • Rafael dos Anjos vs. Rafael Fiziev
  • Caio Borralho vs. Armen Petrosyan
  • Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Said Nurmagomedov
  • Jamie Pickett vs. Denis Tiuliulin
  • Jared Vanderaa vs. Chase Sherman
  • Michael Johnson vs. Jamie Mullarkey


  • Cynthia Calvillo vs. Nina Nunes
  • Aiemann Zahabi vs. Ricky Turcios
  • Antonina Shevchenko vs. Cortney Casey
  • Cody Brundage vs. Tresean Gore David Onama vs. Austin Lingo
  • Kennedy Nzechukwu vs. Karl Roberson
  • Ronnie Lawrence vs. Saidyokub Kakharamonov

*Bout order and number of fights can change.

Start time and how to watch  in Sweden and US

Sweden: UFC Fight Pass broadcasts the prelims starting at 12:00 CEST. Viaplay broadcasts the main card starting at 03.00 CEST.

US: The prelims starts at 6 P.M. ET on ESPN/ESPN. The main card starts at 9 P.M. ET on ESPN/ESPN+.

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