How to watch or stream UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Aliskerov

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Robert Whittaker meets Ikram Aliskerov in the middleweight main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The main card at Kingdom Arena is on ABC and ESPN+ at 3 p.m. ET, with prelims on ESPN and ESPN+ at noon.

Whittaker (26-7), a former UFC champion, is coming off a unanimous decision win over Paulo Costa in February. Whittaker is No. 4 in the ESPN 185-pound rankings.

Aliskerov (15-1) has won seven fights in a row, the last two in the UFC. He took the bout on short notice last week after Whittaker’s scheduled opponent, Khamzat Chimaev, withdrew.

Here’s everything to know about watching or streaming Saturday’s event, including all 12 fights on the card. Check back here afterward for results and how to watch replays of each matchup.


How to watch the fights

Watch all of the fights on ESPN+: Get ESPN+ here.

Watch the main card on ABC and prelims on ESPN. Download the ESPN App | WatchESPN | TV schedule

Don’t have ESPN? Get instant access.

There’s also FightCenter, which offers live updates for every UFC card.


Saturday’s UFC fight card

ABC/ESPN+, 3 p.m. ET
Middleweight: Robert Whittaker vs. Ikram Aliskerov
Heavyweight: Sergei Pavlovich vs. Alexander Volkov
Welterweight: Kelvin Gastelum vs. Daniel Rodriguez
Men’s featherweight: Muhammad Naimov vs. Felipe Lima
Light heavyweight: Johnny Walker vs. Volkan Oezdemir
ESPN/ESPN+, 12 p.m.
Middleweight: Shara Magomedov vs. Joilton Lutterbach
Lightweight: Nasrat Haqparast vs. Jared Gordon
Welterweight: Rinat Fakhretdinov vs. Nicolas Dalby
Men’s bantamweight: Kyung Ho Kang vs. Muin Gafurov
Light heavyweight: Magomed Gadzhiyasulov vs. Brendson Ribeiro
Men’s bantamweight: Xiao Long vs. ChangHo Lee


Top story

Khamzat Chimaev out of UFC main event vs. Whittaker with illness

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