UFC tonight: Schedule, TV channels, live streams, fight times, undercards and odds

The UFC signs off 2019 with a stunning card in Las Vegas featuring three world title fights.

Kamaru Usman defends his welterweight title against Colby Covington, Max Holloway puts his featherweight belt on the line against Alexander Volkanovski and Amanda Nunes takes on Germaine de Randamie.

The three fights will all have huge repercussions ahead of the 2020 season and we could see three new champions crowned tonight.

There is also plenty of action before the title fights with Jose Aldo making his bantamweight debut after boiling down from 145lb.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight’s fights.

What time is the fight? 

The fights start at 11.30pm with the early prelims before the prelims at 1am and the main card at 3am.

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What TV channel is it on? 

The fights will be shown on BT Sport 1 from 12.30am.

Is there a live stream? 

The fights can be streamed via the BT Sport player on your mobile device or computer.

With the fights being screened on BT Sport 1, you can watch for free is you are an EE customer.

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What is the full card?

Main card

Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington 

Max Holloway vs Alexander Volkanovski 

Amanda Nunes vs Germaine de Randamie 

Marlon Moraes vs Jose Aldo  

Petr Yan vs Urijah Faber  

Preliminary Card

Geoff Neal vs Mike Perry

Ketlen Vieira vs Irene Aldana  

Ian Heinisch vs Omari Akhmedov  

Matt Brown vs Ben Saunders  

Early Preliminary card 

Chase Hooper vs Daniel Teymur  

Brandon Moreno vs Kai Kara-France

Jessica Eye vs Viviane Araujo 

Punahele Soriano vs Oskar Piechota 

What are the odds?

Usman 4/7 

Covington 6/4 

Holloway 4/7 

Volkanowski 6/4 

Nunes 3/10 

De Randamie 2/1

Latest news

Amanda Nunes will look to take Germaine de Randamie to the ground tonight.

“Everybody knows I’m going to look for the takedowns. We all know that,” she told MMA Junkie.

“But if she makes a mistake, I will knock her out. I’m ready to do whatever this fight takes [from] me, but I will walk away with my belt.”

“I think it’s going to be difficult for sure. This makes the sport interesting. People evolve. All of the athletes evolve a lot. I’m ready. I’m ready if she shows something different. I’ll capitalize and finish the fight.

“I don’t sleep on her.  This is the fight of my life. I’m going to step in there and I know she’s going to be 100 percent. I know she’s going to bring it and I’m ready.”

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