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Khabib vs McGregor UFC 229: When and what time is the fight? and how to live streaming

McGregor vs Khabib UFC 229: When and what time is the fight? What TV channel is it on and how to live stream
What time is McGregor vs Khabib? How can I watch it on BT Sport? What are the odds?




After stepping out of the Octagon and into the ring to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr last summer, Conor McGregor is returning to the UFC at the weekend.

He will be fighting Khabib Nurmagomedov for the lightweight world title. Khabib currently holds the belt and is undefeated in the sport.

UFC 229 will take place on Saturday night, although it will be Sunday morning over here by the time it starts.
What TV channel is Mayweather vs McGregor on?
In the UK the fight will be shown on BT Sport 1 from 1am on Sunday October 7. It is not a pay-per-view event so if you are already a BT Sport customer you can watch the fight for no extra charge.
Where and when is the fight?
The fight will take place on Saturday 6 October (although it will be the early hours of Sunday here) at the T-Mobile Arena just off the Las Vegas Strip.

This is also the venue where McGregor was defeated by Mayweather last summer.

The main fight will likely be around 4 or 5am.
What are the odds for the fight?
Conor McGregor – 11/8

Khabib – 4/7

Khabib by KO, TKO, submission or disqualification – 11/10

McGregor by decision or technical decision – 13/1
What is the full undercard?
Lightweight: Gray Maynard vs Nik Lentz
Women’s Bantamweight: Lina Lansberg vs Yana Kunitskaya
Welterweight: Ryan LaFlare vs Tony Martin
Lightweight: Scott Holtzman vs Alan Patrick
Flyweight: Sergio Pettis vs Jussier Formiga
Bantamweight: Sean O’Malley vs Jose Alberto Quinonez
Women’s Strawweight: Michelle Waterson vs Felice Herrig
Heavyweight: Derrick Lewis vs Alexander Volkov
Light Heavyweight: Ovince Saint Preux vs Dominick Reyes
Lightweight: Tony Ferguson vs Anthony Pettis
What are the fighter’s records?
McGregor – 24 – 21 wins – 3 defeats

Khabib – 26 – 26 wins – 0 defeats

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