UFC Fight Night Overeem vs Harris: UK start time, live stream, fight card and more

The UFC’s schedule is well and truly back and up running following the success of UFC 249 and UFC Fight Night 175: Smith vs Teixeira. The promotion’s third event since the global coronavirus lockdown will take place in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Headlining the card at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena is a heavyweight bout between Alistair Overeem and Walt Harris.

In the co-main event of the evening, former women’s strawweight title challenger Claudia Gadelha will lock horns with the ever-active Angela Hill.

Also on the card is a tasty featherweight matchup between Dan Ige and Edson Barboza, as well as an intriguing middleweight matchup between Eryk Anders and Krysztof Jotko.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event:

When and where is UFC on ESPN 9 taking place?

UFC on ESPN 9 takes place at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida in the early hours of Sunday, May 17.

What channel is UFC on ESPN 9 on?

The main card and the preliminary fights will be shown live on BT Sport 2.

To sign up to BT Sport for UFC Fight Night you can register here.

Alternatively, if you don’t have BT Sport, you can watch the prelims on the UFC’s Fight Pass service.

What time will UFC on ESPN 9 start?

The preliminary fights will get underway at 6:00pm ET and 3:00pm PT, with the main card kicking off at 9:00pm ET and 6:00pm PT.

What time does UFC on ESPN 9 start in the UK?

The prelims will get underway at 11:00pm GMT on Wednesday, May 13.

What time will UFC on ESPN 9’s main card get underway in the UK?

The main card will commence at 02:00am GMT.

What time will UFC on ESPN 9’s main event start?

Overeem and Harris are expected to make their respective walks to the Octagon at around 4:30am GMT (11:30pm ET and 8:30pm PT).

The Octagon walks could be later or earlier than 5:30am depending on whether the preceding fights go the distance or finish early.

Can I watch UFC on ESPN 9 online?

BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the fourth pay-per-view card of the year through their laptop or mobile device via the BT Sport App.

The preliminary fights will be available to watch on the UFC’s Fight Pass service. Fight Pass is available to download or to stream at www.ufcfightpass.com

UFC on ESPN 9 Fight Card

Alistair Overeem vs Walt Harris – heavyweight bout

Claudia Gadelha vs Angela Hill – women’s strawweight bout

Dan Ige vs Edson Barboza – men’s featherweight bout

Eryk Anders vs Krzysztof Jotko – middleweight bout

Song Yadong vs Marlon Vera – men’s featherweight bout


Matt Brown vs Miguel Baeza – welterweight bout

Anthony Hernandez vs Kevin Holland – middleweight bout

Cortney Casey vs Mara Romero Borella – women’s flyweight bout

Darren Elkins vs Nate Landwehr – men’s featherweight bout

Rodrigo Nascimento vs Don’Tale Mayes – heavyweight bout

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