LEON EDWARDS and Kamaru Usman complete their trilogy in a HUGE UFC 286 main event at London's O2 Arena.
The hottest ticket in town is the UFC's first numbered card in the UK since October 2016.
Birmingham ace Edwards shocked the world last August by dethroning the former pound-for-pound king at UFC 278.
But can he do it again? We've got all the latest updates right here…
- Start time: Early prelims 4.30pm/ Prelims from 6pm/ Main card from 9pm
- Main event set for 10pm approx
- TV channel: BT Sport Box Office
- Live stream: BT Sport Box Office website and app
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- Chisanga Malata
Flyweights on deck
Our first fight of the night takes place in the women's flyweight division.
Recent Ultimate Fighter winner Julianna Miller will lock horns with Veronica Macedo – the wife of British UFC vet Dan Hardy.
This should be a good one.
- Chisanga Malata
In case you've been hiding under a rock, here's the stacked UFC 286 card – which is chockablock with Brits.
- Leon Edwards vs Kamaru Usman – MAIN EVENT for UFC Welterweight Championship
- Rafael Fiziev vs Justin Gaethje (CO-MAIN EVENT)
- Joanne Wood vs Luana Carolina
- Roman Dolidze vs Marvin Vettori
- Gunnar Nelson vs Bryan Barberena
Prelims (7pm UK Time):
- Jack Shore vs Makwan Amirkhani
- Sam Patterson vs Yanal Ashmoz
- Chris Duncan vs Omar Morales
- Lerone Murphy vs TBD
Early prelims (5pm UK time):
- Muhammad Mokaev vs Jafel Filho
- Christian Leroy Duncan vs Dusko Todorovic
- Malcolm Gordon vs Jake Hadley
- Jennifer Maia vs Casey O’Neill
- Jai Herbert vs Ludovit Klein
- Julianna Miller vs Veronica Macedo
We are live!
Hello and welcome to SunSport's live coverage of UFC 286: Edwards vs Usman III
The UFC's third trip to London in the space of the year is headlined by an eagerly-anticipated welterweight title trilogy fight between Brit Leon Edwards and former champ Kamaru Usman.
Edwards shocked the world last August by dethroning the former pound-for-pound king with a stunning Hail Mary head kick in the fifth round of their Salt Lake City rematch.
And that teed up an epic homecoming trilogy for Brummie Rocky, Britain's second UFC champion.
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