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How to Watch UFC 236 Live Stream

Network: Pay-Per-View, UFC Fight Pass
Venue: State Farm Arena
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Event Date: April 13, 2019 at 5:45pm EDT
UFC could be ushering in a new era

It’s been two weeks since the last UFC event, but the promotion gets back to the Octagon on Saturday in Atlanta from the State Farm Arena. In the main event, UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway moves up to 155 pounds to rematch Dustin Poirier for the interim Lightweight title.

Poirier submitted Holloway back in 2012, but much has changed since then. The Hawaiian has gone on to become arguably the greatest featherweight in history, and now he’s looking to become great in another division. Poirier is the longsuffering contender who has been at or near the top of two divisions for nearly a decade.

It seemed as if interim championships were on their way out as several were vacated or abandoned, but injuries and suspensions to Robert Whittaker and Khabib Nurmagomedov have forced the company’s hand.

Many expected former interim champion Tony Ferguson to be back in the title fold while Khabib was on the shelf and suspended, but personal issues have prevented that. Instead, an interim championship will be established, with Featherweight Champion Max Holloway moving up to take on Dustin Poirier for the right to face Nurmagomedov.

Much of the same is unfolding at Middleweight. Robert Whittaker had a recent surgery that has him sidelined, but both Kelvin Gastelum and Israel Adesanya lay claim to the top contender spot. They’ll do battle at UFC 236 for that interim title.
UFC 236 will be the promotion’s first ESPN+ exclusive pay-per-view for U.S. audiences so brush up on everything you need to know ahead of Saturday’s card.
UFC 236 marks the first-time a pay-per-view will air exclusively on ESPN+ for residents of the United States.
The co-main event offers an equal amount of fireworks. The Ultimate Fighter Kelvin Gastelum tries to kill the limitless momentum of Israel Adesanya in a UFC interim middleweight championship fight. Other notable fighters on the card include Eryk Anders, Alan Jouban and Ovince Saint Preux.

The main event boasts a UFC interim lightweight title fight between reigning UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway and top-ranked lightweight Dustin Poirier. The bout also serves as a rematch seven years in the making, dating all the way back to Holloway’s UFC debut.

Main Card (10pm EST., ESPN+)

UFC Interim Lightweight Championship
Max Holloway (20-3) vs. Dustin Poirier (24-5, 1NC)

UFC Interim Middleweight Championship
Kelvin Gastelum (15-3, 1NC) vs. Israel Adesanya (16-0)

Eryk Anders (11-3) vs. Khalil Rountree (7-3, 1NC)

Alan Jouban (16-6) vs. Dwight Grant (9-2)

Ovince St. Preux (23-11) vs. Nikita Krylov (25-6)

Preliminary Card (8pm EST., ESPN)

Jalin Turner (8-4) vs. Matt Frevola (6-1-1)

Wilson Reis (23-9) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (20-3)

Max Griffin (14-6) vs. Zelim Imadaev (8-0)

Boston Salmon (6-1) vs. Khalid Taha (12-2)

Preliminary Card (6:15pm EST., UFC Fight Pass)

Curtis Millender (17-4) vs. Belal Muhammad (14-3)

Montel Jackson (7-1) vs. Andre Soukhamthath (13-6)

Lauren Mueller (5-1) vs. Poliana Botelho (7-2)

Brandon Davis (9-5) vs. Randy Costa (4-0)

UFC 236 takes place on Saturday, April 13, 2019, live from the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Follow along with FanSided MMA, who will be cageside, for all your live results and highlights throughout the week.

The first half of 2019 will be very busy in the boxing world. This is because many activities will be lined up and one of them is the UFC 236. Many things are included in the UFC 236, which is the mixed martial arts. The Ultimate Fighting Championship produces this round of the event. The date for that fight is now known. It is expected that it will be rolled out on April 13, 2019. The location will remain the TBA. The fight will be based on PPV, which means pay per view. It will hold in the second quarter of the year. The date was made public in January. When the date was released, it was released without main events and other events in that card.

Presently there is scanty information about the cards. The time for the main card event will be by 10.00 pm. The broadcast system as pointed out earlier is going to be on pay per view. The official broadcast station will remain the same and it includes the UFC Fight Pass as well as UFC on ESPN channels.

If the information coming out about this fight is anything to go by, it means that important Martial arts belts could be determined within that card. There are several bouts that will be determined that the day. The champion will defend his belt. There will be a fight between the champions versus the champion’s bout. It is going to take place between the men’s flightweight and bantamweight Henry Cejudo versus TJ Dillashaw. This could be a rematch. When there was an encounter between the two, the latter won that fight and it was a historic defeat as he was defeated within the first 32 seconds of that encounter.

Before that event, other UFC events are expected to take place. This simply shows that the first half of the year will be full of activities. Events for UFC 234 is billed to take place in Australia and the date for that event is going to be on the February 4. Another one is scheduled to take place at the Las Vegas venue T Mobile Arena. This will be UFC 235 and it will be in March. This will also be based on pay per view. Important events are lined up for that event. The most interesting amongst them is going to be UFC 236.
Schedule:
Main Card (PPV 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT)
Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier (Interim lightweight title)
Kelvin Gastelum vs. Israel Adesanya (Interim middleweight title)
Eryk Anders vs. Khalil Rountree
Alan Jouban vs. Dwight Grant
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Nikita Krylov

Preliminary Card (ESPN, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT)
Jalin Turner vs. Matt Frevola
Wilson Reis vs. Alexandre Pantoja
Max Griffin vs. Zelim Imadaev
Boston Salmon vs. Khalid Taha

Preliminary Card (ESPN+, 6:15 p.m. ET/3:15 p.m. PT)
Curtis Millender vs. Belal Muhammad
Montel Jackson vs. Andre Soukhamthath
Lauren Mueller vs. Poliana Botelho

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