UFC 226: Miocic vs Cormier live stream or TV?

July 6, 2018

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UFC 226 takes place on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. In the main event of UFC 226, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will challenge heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic for his title. This will be only the third time in UFC history that an active champion will get the chance to challenge for two belts at the same time.

While a victory by Cormier in Saturday’s main event Miocic, which would make him just the fifth two-division champion in UFC history (and second to do so simultaneously) doesn’t necessarily guarantee DC would enter said discussion, it certainly would help him fill the Jones-sized hole in his resume. In one night, Cormier has a chance to rewrite the first line of his own legacy from “career B-side and bridesmaid of Jones” to one of the greatest big men in history.

Cormier (20-1 MMA, 9-1 UFC) returns to heavyweight for the first time in nearly five years when he challenges Miocic (18-2 MMA, 12-2 UFC) for the title.

Miocic continues to build what is becoming one of the best reigns in UFC heavyweight history. His three consecutive title defenses are already a UFC record and Miocic now enters a chance to record what would likely be the best victory on his resume.

Cormier has the utmost respect for Miocic, he said the current champ only has one path to victory inside the octagon. He doesn’t think his previous title-fight opponents have challenged him in ways he can, and that’s why he’s so confident he’ll leave UFC 226 with the belt.

Where to watch Miocic vs. Cormier?

You can watch this Heavyweight title superfight live on BT Sport 2 HD, on Sunday at 4am (CET). In Germany the event will be shown via Livestream on www.ufc.tv.

UFC 226 takes place on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. In the main event of UFC 226, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will challenge heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic for his title. This will be only the third time in UFC history that an active champion will get the chance to challenge for two belts at the same time.

While a victory by Cormier in Saturday’s main event Miocic, which would make him just the fifth two-division champion in UFC history (and second to do so simultaneously) doesn’t necessarily guarantee DC would enter said discussion, it certainly would help him fill the Jones-sized hole in his resume. In one night, Cormier has a chance to rewrite the first line of his own legacy from “career B-side and bridesmaid of Jones” to one of the greatest big men in history.

Cormier (20-1 MMA, 9-1 UFC) returns to heavyweight for the first time in nearly five years when he challenges Miocic (18-2 MMA, 12-2 UFC) for the title.

Miocic continues to build what is becoming one of the best reigns in UFC heavyweight history. His three consecutive title defenses are already a UFC record and Miocic now enters a chance to record what would likely be the best victory on his resume.

Cormier has the utmost respect for Miocic, he said the current champ only has one path to victory inside the octagon. He doesn’t think his previous title-fight opponents have challenged him in ways he can, and that’s why he’s so confident he’ll leave UFC 226 with the belt.

Where to watch Miocic vs. Cormier?

You can watch this Heavyweight title superfight live on BT Sport 2 HD, on Sunday at 4am (CET). In Germany the event will be shown via Livestream on www.ufc.tv.

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