The UFC returns to Toronto, Canada for their latest pay-per-view event of a jammed-packed 2018.
Headlining the card at the Scotiabank Arena is a men’s featherweight bout between champion max Holloway and the undefeated Brian Ortega.
Holloway and Ortega were due to fight one another in July in the co-main event of UFC 226.
However, the eagerly-anticipated 145lbs title bout was cancelled as the champion was suffering from ‘concussion-like’ symptoms during fight week.
In the co-main event of the evening, decorated strikers Valentina Shevchenko and Joanna Jedrzejczyk will do battle with one another for a fourth time for the vacant women’s flyweight title.
UFC 231 also features the return of welterweight standout Gunnar Nelson, who will take on Alex Oliveira. London’s Jimi Manuwa will also be in action, locking horns with Thiago Santos.
The UFC’s penultimate pay-per-view card of the year is without a doubt a stellar one, making it a must watch for fight fans.
Here’s everything you need to know about the event:
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – When and where is UFC 231 taking place?
UFC 231 takes place at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada in the early hours of Sunday, December 9.
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – What channel is UFC 231 on?
The main card and the preliminary fights will be shown live on BT Sport 2.
Alternatively, if you don’t have BT Sport, you can watch the prelims on the UFC’s Fight Pass service.
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – What time will UFC 231 start?
The preliminary fights will get underway at 6:30pm ET and 3:30pm PT, with the main card kicking off at 10pm ET and 7pm PT.
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – What time does UFC 231 start in the UK?
The prelims will get underway at 11:30pm BST on Saturday, November 3.
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – What time will UFC 231’s main card get underway in the UK?
The main card will commence at 3:00am BST.
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – What time will UFC 231’s main event start?
Holloway and Ortega are expected to make their respective walks to the Octagon at around 5:30am BST (11:30pm ET and 9:30pm PT).
UFC 231 Fight Card And Start Time – Can I watch UFC 230 online?
BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the ninth pay-per-view card of the year online or through their mobile device via the BT Sport App.
The preliminary fights will be available to watch on the UFC’s Fight Pass service.
UFC 231 fight card
Max Holloway vs Brian Ortega (men’s featherweight title fight)
Valentina Shevchenko vs Joanna Jedrzejczyk (women’s flyweight bout)
Alex Oliveira vs Gunnar Nelson (welterweight bout)
Hakeem Dawodu vs Kyle Bochniak (men’s featherweight bout)
Jimi Manua vs Thiago Santos (light-heavyweight bout)
Claudia Gadelha vs Nina Ansaroff (women’s strawweight bout)
Katlyn Chookagian vs Jessica Eye (women’s flyweight bout)
Eryk Anders vs Elias Theodorou (middleweight bout)
Olivier Aubin-Mercier vs Gilbert Burns (lightweight)
Devin Clark vs Aleksandr Rakic (light-heavyweight bout)
Brad Katona vs Matthew Lopez (men’s bantamweight bout)
Chad Laprise vs Diego Lima (welterweight bout)
Carlos Diego Ferreira vs Jesse Ronson (lightweight bout)