Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson live stream info, TV channel: How to watch UFC 279 PPV Boxing on TV, stream online
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UFC 279 live stream results and main card PPV play-by-play updates: It’s time to redirect our attention to the pay-per-view (PPV) main card, and assuming you didn’t just wake up from a coma, you know the past 24 hours have been nothing short of chaotic. UFC 279’s five-round main event now features original headliner, Nate Diaz, taking on fellow Welterweight striker, Tony Ferguson, following a disastrous day on the scale for Khamzat Chimaev, spurred by a weight-related medical issue. “Borz” moves down to the five-round co-headliner opposite Kevin Holland, sending “Trailblazer’s” original opponent, Daniel Rodriguez, into battle against Li Jingliang, who was supposed to be fighting Ferguson. Get all the gory details from that last-minute switcheroo right here.
UFC 279’s five-fight PPV main card is set to pop off TONIGHT (Sat., Sept. 10, 2022) at 10 p.m. ET from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, and we’re going to bring you LIVE results and real-time play-by-play updates below, starting with the Light Heavyweight contest between Johnny Walker and Ion Cutelaba. We will cover UFC 279’s “Prelims” undercard bouts on ESPNN/ESPN+ in a separate thread RIGHT HERE, beginning at 6 p.m. ET.
Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps, and post-fight analysis following “Diaz vs. Ferguson.” Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC 279 main card PPV results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)
Full Card for Tony Ferguson vs. Nate Diaz
Main event: Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson
LeVeon Bell vs. Adrian Peterson
Nick “Swaggy P” Young vs. Malcolm Minikon
Landon McBroom vs. Adam Saleh
Cody Wharton vs. Chase Demoor
It took many dramatic twists and turns, but the road to UFC 279 finally looks clear. Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson headlines Saturday's pay-per-view event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Three main card fights were shuffled around on one day's notice to keep the event anchored.
Khamzat Chimaev vs. Diaz was originally scheduled as this weekend's main event. Chiamaev missed the welterweight limit by 7.5 pounds and Diaz reportedly refused to fight an overweight opponent. Matchmakers and fighters scrambled to make sense of the chaos. The result was what many online are celebrating as an improvement over the UFC's originally scheduled fight card. A firefight between fan-favorite veterans Diaz and Ferguson, plus an emotionally volatile contest between Chimaev and Kevin Holland are highlights of the new UFC 279 layout.
On September 10, Banc of California Stadium will be the place to be for some entertaining boxing fights between YouTube and sports personalities. The main event of the SocialGloves-led PPV will be Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson.
Last June in Miami, McBroom defeated Bryce Hall via TKO. On that same card, Tony Ferguson beat Tayler Holder via unanimous decision. Tony Ferguson is known for facing Jake Paul in a boxing bout in 2018. Paul beat him via TKO in the first round.
Also on the card will be NFL stars Adrian Peterson and Le'Veon Bell fighting one another. Former NBA star “Swaggy P” Nick Young will also be competing, facing Blueface.
Where can you buy the fight and the event in general? Here's all the information you need to watch McBroom vs. Gib.
How to watch Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson
SocialGloves.tv, PPV, FITE.tv
Fans can watch Social Gloves: No More Talk on SocialGloves.tv
You can also watch the fight on FITE.tv and all pay-per-view formats.
Nate Diaz vs. Tony Ferguson PPV price: How much does the card cost?
You can purchase the event for $39.99 across all platforms.
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Many fans are particularly looking forward to LA rapper Blueface facing off against former Los Angeles Laker Nick Young.
The PPV price also includes unlimited replays, just in case you doze off and miss any of the action.
According to a poll on the FITE TV website, fans are currently favouring Gib to come out on top.
Whoever wins will fight KSI, after he issued a challenge to the victor to face him in January.
At the time of the original cancellation, Gib shared a Twitter video, explaining his disappointment: "I've done my training camp, I've worked hard, I'm fight ready.
"I'm primed to fight this individual, but unfortunately I've been told that I have to do more medicals for this to be sanctioned as a pro fight out in LA."