The undisputed welterweight title is on the line in Las Vegas, as two fighters with very different skillsets get set to go head to head in the main event of UFC 296.
Leon Edwards and Paddy Pimblett bring the UK to the PI. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson teaches his craft. Champ Alexandre Pantoja trains in Florida; Brandon Royval hits the ice. Colby Covington shows off his digs.
Two middleweight strikers with very different fighting styles will collide with the UFC middleweight title on the line in Sydney, Australia.
The fighters have completed their weight cuts and taken to the scale at the official early-morning weigh-ins ahead of UFC 295 in New York City, and now it's time for the stars of the show to face off for the final time ahead of fight night in "The Big Apple."
Recap the weigh-ins with the UFC team in their UFC 295 live weigh-in show, as they preview the fights, comment on the fighters as they take to the scale, and throw in some fun and games along the way.
Alex Pereira invests in his legacy; Tom Aspinall puts in work. Sergei Pavlovich and Diego Lopes explore NYC. Matt Frevola and Aspinall check in for fight week.
Alex Pereira shops, cleans and packs. Sergei Pavlovich impresses his teammates. Jiri Prochazka takes in a Knicks game. Tom Aspinall chats with Michael Bisping inside Madison Square Garden.
Alex Pereira makes it into a hall of fame. Mackenzie Dern puts family first. Tom Aspinall crosses the pond and gets to work. Sergei Pavlovich pushes himself. Jiri Prochazka perfects his form.
The new headliner at UFC 295 features an explosive battle for the vacant 205-pound title, as former light heavyweight champion Jiri Prochazka returns to claim the title he never lost in the Octagon, but standing in his way is former middleweight champion and vicious knockout artist Alex Pereira.
The co-main event of UFC 295 features a short-notice battle for the interim UFC heavyweight title, as two of the division's biggest rising stars face off for their first piece of UFC gold.