The UFC 277 full card has now been finalized with Julianna Pena taking on Amanda Nunes in a rematch that will headline the promotion’s second pay-per-view card on July 30. The event will take place on July 30 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Pena and Nunes will clash in the main event after recently wrapping up a stunt coaching against each other on the latest installment of The Ultimate Fighter. The first fight ended in a huge catastrophe after Pena finished Nunes in the second round by submitting to claim the 135-pound title as the first fighter to beat the Brazilian since 2014.
Now they will meet Nunes again for revenge when Pena looks to solidify his place as the best bantamweight in the world.
Meanwhile, in the co-main event, Brandon Moreno meets Kai Cara-France to crown the interim flyweight champion. With current champion Davison Figueroa injured, the UFC has decided to go ahead with an interim title fight as Moreno will look for a second win against Cara-France in 2019 after making a unanimous decision in their first fight.
UFC 277 main card will feature another interesting flyweight matchup against heavyweights Derrick Lewis and Sergei Pavlovich, as well as Alexandre Pantoja against Alex Perez. A light heavyweight fight with the title effect as well as a meeting with Magomed Ankalaev meets Anthony Smith is out of the main card.
UFC 277 main card will be broadcast on pay-per-view which can be ordered exclusively through ESPN+ and which can be subscribed to here. Fans can order the pay-per-view here for watching this event.
The prelims will be broadcast on ESPN, which fans can watch for free via a trial of DirectTV Stream, while the early prelims will be on ESPN+’s standard streaming platform, which fans can check out here.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: UFC 277
Main Event: Julianna Pena vs. Amanda Nunes 2
When: Saturday, July 30, 2022
Where: American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, United States.
Main Card Time: 10 p.m. ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN+ PPV
What time does UFC 277 begin?
UFC 277 main card begins at 10 p.m. ET, while the preliminary fights begin at 8 p.m. ET and the early prelims will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET.
How to I watch UFC 277?
UFC 277 main card will be broadcast on pay-per-view which can be ordered exclusively through ESPN+, which can be subscribed to here. Fans can order the pay-per-view here.
The prelims will be broadcast on ESPN, which fans can watch for free via a trial of DirectTV Stream.
The early prelims will be on ESPN+’s standard streaming platform, which fans can check out here. They will also stream on UFC Fight Pass.
What is ESPN+?
ESPN is the exclusive tv channel home of UFC in the United States. Along with pay-per-view events exclusively available on ESPN+, the station’s main channel will host events on a regular basis. A majority of the promotion events are broadcast on ESPN+.
ESPN+ is an over-the-top subscription service offered by ESPN/Disney that broadcasts a variety of exclusive sports programming.
The service, which costs $6.99 per month (or $69.99 per year) and can be canceled at any time, exclusively streams select college football, college basketball, NHL, MLB, and MLS games, international soccer, UFC fight nights, and more.
UFC 277 Fight Card
MAIN EVENT: Julianna Pena vs. Amanda Nunes
CO-MAIN EVENT: Brandon Moreno vs. Kai Kara-France
Derrick Lewis vs. Sergei Pavlovich
Alexandre Pantoja vs. Alex Perez
Magomed Ankalaev vs. Anthony Smith
PRELIMS (8 p.m. ET)
Drew Dober vs. Rafael Alves
Justin Tafa vs. Don’Tale Mayes
Alex Morono vs. Matthew Semelsberger
Diego Ferreira vs. Drakkar Klose
EARLY PRELIMS (6 p.m. ET)
Ramiz Brahimaj vs. Michael Morales’
Ji Yeon Kim vs. Mariya Agapova
Ignacio Bahamondes vs. Ludovit Klein
Nicolae Negumereanu vs. Ihor Potiera
Orion Cosce vs. Blood Diamond
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