JON JONES and Amanda Nunes star on stacked UFC 239 card tonight.
UFC comes home to Las Vegas and is bringing a huge show headlined by Jones and Nunes – two greats of the Octagon. Here is the full fight card for tonight, and how you can watch all of the action:
Who is fighting on the card?
Main Card (live on BT Sport Box Office from 3am)
Controversial Jones continues with his third fight in six months.
Nunes, meanwhile, takes on fellow Ronda Rousey conqueror Holly Holm
- Jon Jones vs Thiago Santos (light heavyweight)
- Amanda Nunes vs Holly Holm (women’s bantamweight)
- Jorge Masvidal vs Ben Askren (welterweight)
- Jan Blachowicz vs Luke Rockhold (light heavyweight)
- Diego Sanchez vs Michael Chiesa (welterweight)
Prelims (live on BT Sport 1)
- Gilbert Melendez vs Arnold Allen (featherweight)
- TBC vs Marlon Vera (bantamweight)
- Claudia Gadelha vs Randa Markos (women’s strawweight)
- Alejandro Perez vs Yadong Song (bantamweight)
Early prelims (live on BT Sport 1 from 11.30pm)
- Edmen Shahbazyan vs Jack Marshman (middleweight)
- Ismail Nuardiev vs Chance Rencountre (welterweight)
- Julia Avila vs Pannie Kianzad (women’s bantamweight)
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
YOU can catch all the main card live on BT Sport Box Office, and the prelims live on BT Sport 1.
The main card – on from 3am BST – is a pay-per-view event and will cost £19.95.
Coverage of the prelims begin at 11.30pm which you can watch on BT Sport 1.
The main card then gets underway at 3am.
To buy the fight, head to the BT Sport Box Office website or book by using your Sky remote.
If you want to stream the action, purchase through the official website which will allow you watch on your mobile, tablet or PC.
Alternatively you can listen to all of the action live on talkSPORT.
How the fighters compare
What are the odds?
Jones vs Santos
Jon Jones: 4/7
Thiago Santos: 15/4
Fight to go the distance
Nunes vs Holm
Odds via SportNation.bet
What have the fighters said?
Amanda Nunes: “I’ve still got a lot of people to help me and who look up to me. My journey is only beginning. I still have improvements to make. Holly Holm is important – she’s the only former champion I haven’t beaten. It’ll be a good night for sure.”
Jon Jones: “I’d appreciate being a little more nervous, it would make me feel like I’m more ready. But I am ready and I feel great.
“[Gustafsson] was the one person that put me in the hospital after 10 years of fighting. Put me on morphine. The guy who was just as tall, just as long as me.
“I had a lot of questions about how I would perform in a rematch against Gustafsson. And those questions were answered, and I liked the answers.”