UFC 210 can be seen on April 8th, 2017, on pay-per-view through most TV providers. The event is being held at the Keybank Center in Buffalo, New York.
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This is the first MMA Event held in Buffalo in many years since the state lifted their MMA ban in 2016. There will be several interesting matches to watch, including a UFC Light Heavyweight rematch.
The prelims for the event can be seen on Fox Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass. Some of the notable fights in the prelims on FS1 are the Welterweight bout between Kamaru Usman and Sean Strickland along with the Light Heavyweight bout featuring Patrick Cummins against Jan Błachowicz. These prelims will also have two Featherweight fights. Myles Jury will take on Mike De La Torre and Charles Rpsa will fight Shane Burgos. For those with access to UFC Fight Pass, there are several notables to watch including a Lightweight fight with Josh Emmett vs. Desmond Green. There is also a women’s Bantamweight bought scheduled betweenKatlyn Chookagian and Irene Aldana.
The main card of UFC 210 includes a women’s strawweight bout between Cynthia Calvillo and Pearl Gonzalez.Thiago Alves will fight Patrick Côté in the Welterweight class. Another big name in the UFC, Chris Weidman, will fight Gegard Mousasi in the Middleweight class. This is likely to be one of the most exciting fights of the night as these two always put on a great show. There is also a Lightweight bout scheduled on the main card between Will Brooks and Charles Oliveira.
The main event will be a rematch of UFC 187 from May 2015. This fight will feature the current UFC Light Heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier against Anthony Johnson. This fight has been talked about and hyped up and should provide some excellent entertainment for MMA fans. This has been a much anticipated rematch as they were scheduled to fight at UFC 206 but Cormier had to cancel due to a groin injury.
UFC 210 on April 8th has been talked about a lot in the MMA world and is expected to be a must-see show for UFC fans. This event is scheduled to have many big names and a title match for the Light Heavyweight Championship. The event can be seen on pay-per-view and should be available on most TV providers, including cable and satellite. The prelims will be available to watch in the hours leading up to the main card, and they can be seen on Fox Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass.