How to Watch UFC 287 Pereira vs Adesanya 2 Full Card, TV Details, Streams & Tickets
Watch UFC 287 Pereira vs Adesanya 2 Full Card, TV Details, Streams & Tickets
How to Watch UFC 287 Pereira vs Adesanya 2 Full Card, TV Details, Streams & Tickets.
Don’t Miss A Moment Of UFC 287: Pereira vs Adesanya 2, Live From Miami-Dade Arena In Miami, Florida On April 8, 2023, Details about UFC 287: Pereira vs. Adesanya 2 including fighter profiles, schedule, and where to watch.
UFC 287: Pereira vs. Adesanya 2 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on April 8, 2023, at the Miami-Dade Arena in Miami, Florida, United States.
The rivalry between Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya is now over seven years old and has traveled to two combat sports. Each time, Pereira had walked away the winner. Now, Adesanya is ready for revenge at UFC 287 on April 8.
Pereira defends the UFC middleweight title against Adesanya, the former champion. UFC 287 takes place at the Miami-Dade Arena in Florida.
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WHEN IS UFC 287?
UFC 287 will happen on Saturday 8th April 2023.
WHERE IS UFC 287 HAPPENING?
UFC 287 will take place at Miami-Dade Arena, Miami, Florida, United States.
WHO’S THE MAIN EVENT AT UFC 287?
Alex Pereira is set to take on Israel Adesanya in the main event of UFC 287.
The fight is scheduled for 5 rounds in the Middleweight division, which means the weight limit will be 185 pounds (13.2 stone or 83.9 KG).
This contest is for the UFC middleweight championship.
WHO’S FIGHTING ON THE CARD AT UFC 287?
UFC 287’s co-main event card features Gilbert Barnes taking on Jorge Masvidal in their welterweight bout, Rob Font taking on Adrian Yanez at bantamweight, Raul Rosas Jr. taking on Christian Rodriguez at bantamweight and Kevin Holland taking on Santiago. Ponjinibo in the welterweight contest.
Also on the preliminary card, Cynthia Calvillo faces Lupita Godinez in a women’s strawweight bout, Michelle Watterson takes on Luana Pinheiro in a women’s strawweight bout, Ignacio Bahamondes takes on Nicolas Mota in their lightweight bout, Steve Garcia takes on Ilan Shay in their bout. Kelvin Gastelum will take on Chris Curtis in a middleweight bout, Gerald Mershart will take on Joseph Pfeiffer at middleweight, Michael Chiesa will take on Jingliang Li in their welterweight bout, Sam Hughes will take on Jacqueline Amorim in their women’s strawweight bout, and Chris Barnett. Will face Chase Sherman in a heavyweight bout.
FULL UFC 287 CARD.
The following fights are set to feature on UFC 287:
- Alex Pereira vs Israel Adesanya (Middleweight)
- Gilbert Burns vs Jorge Masvidal (Welterweight)
- Rob Font vs Adrian Yanez (Bantamweight)
- Raul Rosas Jr. vs Christian Rodriguez (Bantamweight)
- Kevin Holland vs Santiago Ponzinibbio (Welterweight)
- Cynthia Calvillo vs Lupita Godinez (Women’s Strawweight)
- Michelle Waterson vs Luana Pinheiro (Women’s Strawweight)
- Ignacio Bahamondes vs Nikolas Motta (Lightweight)
- Steve Garcia vs Yilan Sha (Featherweight)
- Kelvin Gastelum vs Chris Curtis (Middleweight)
- Gerald Meerschaert vs Joseph Pyfer (Middleweight)
- Michael Chiesa vs Jingliang Li (Welterweight)
- Sam Hughes vs Jaqueline Amorim (Women’s Strawweight)
- Chris Barnett vs Chase Sherman (Heavyweight)
WHO IS SHOWING UFC 287?
UFC 287 will be broadcast on ESPN Pay-Per-View in the US, while the event will be broadcast in the United Kingdom by BT Sport 1.
WHAT TIME DOES UFC 287 START?
We don’t yet have the broadcast start times for UFC 287.
HOW DO YOU STREAM UFC 287?
You can pay for and stream UFC 287 on ESPN PPV through the ESPN+ app. It’s a separate service from regular ESPN, so you don’t have to be an existing TV or ESPN+ subscriber to buy a PPV card. You can download apps for PC, Apple, Android, Fire TV, Roku, your smart TV, and more.
The entire event costs $79.99, while the annual PPV and espn+ package costs $124.98.
In the UK you can stream UFC 287 on BT Sport and all their MMA cards, via the BT Sport app and online player. It’s included for free if you order BT Sport on Sky TV, TalkTalk TV, or BT TV.
It’s only available as a standalone app for existing or new BT Broadband customers if you don’t have a TV package. Note, this is not currently available on Roku or NowTV sticks or game consoles.
Streaming is free for existing BT Sport 1 subscribers, while 1 month (for TV) costs £25