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UFC 242: Khabib vs Poirier – Undefeated UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov grew up surrounded by peril. Throughout the late 1990s and 2000s, his native Dagestan was a hotbed of Islamic insurgency, violent sectarianism, and political terrorism so chaotic the BBC once called it the “most dangerous place in Europe.” Nurmagomedov who will face Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 242 in a match that you can live stream and impoverished young men like him were constant targets for radicalization by religious sects looking for soldiers. So to offer these kids an escape, Nurmagomedov’s father (a former wrestling champion for the USSR) opened a wrestling school, where his second son trained from the time he was a baby.

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Since making his mixed martial arts debut at 20 years old, Nurmagomedov (27-0) has used his gifts as a wrestler to smother, demoralize, and suck the will out of the best fighters in the world. In 2013, he all but ruined Abel Trujillo by taking him down a UFC record 21 times in 15 minutes. During his extended beating of Michael Johnson in 2016, Nurmagomedov calmly advised his opponent to quit even as he pounded him into dust. And last year Nurmagomedov broke the spirit of Conor McGregor, the most spirited superstar MMA has ever known, wearing him down before choking him into submission.

Nurmagomedov does this to everyone: hot prospects, established contenders, future champions, even once-in-a-generation cultural phenomena. He snuffs them out, wears on them, drains them of hope and ambition.

So what do you do when you have to fight someone like that? Someone who has been training since he was born? Who only knows how to fight? Who won’t even allow himself the occasional tender relief of a movie because, as he once said, movies “make your heart weak?” Who wrestled an actual living bear when he was 9 years old? How do you solve a problem like Nurmagomedov?

On Saturday, this will be the riddle facing Poirier (20-5). Poirier, who earned the opportunity to fight for the lightweight belt by winning the interim championship in April, also came up hard in his own way. He remembers growing up on the “rougher side” of Lafayette, Louisiana, having to move homes with his mother and grandmother and occasionally living off food stamps. But coming up hard in America and coming up hard in Dagestan are two very different things. Poirier simply can’t compete with Nurmagomedov when it comes to forging relentlessness out of desolate circumstance. If he hopes to win this Saturday, he will have to rely on different qualities. 

When faced with a colossal challenge like Nurmagomedov or Jon Jones or Amanda Nunes, the smart fighter will look to what he has that his opponent doesn’t, no matter what that might be. And what Poirier has that Nurmagomedov doesn’t is losses. He’s been done wrong psychologically and humiliated physically by an ascendant McGregor, knocked out by Johnson, undone by Chan Sung Jung, and outworked by Cub Swanson. Yet here he is: standing above them all. Poirier evolves. He learns lessons. He recovers from disappointment. He overcame Eddie Alvarez’s rough takedowns and Justin Gaethje’s horrendous leg kicks and Max Holloway’s relentless boxing attacks, and today, after eight long years, he’s a UFC champion. Damaged, but still he plays the piccolo.

On paper, a fight between Nurmagomedov and Poirier looks like a classic striker vs. grappler matchup, but it’s really a contest of wills, a war between one man who dominates and another who perseveres, between perfection and stubborn optimism.

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Thanks to an unprecedented seven-year deal, ESPN+ is now the only way to watch UFC 242 (and all subsequent UFC PPVs). Aside from ESPN+ becoming your one-stop shop for UFC, the OTT service also offers the UFC PPVs for $5 less than you used to pay. Here’s how it breaks down: UFC 242 cost:

In other words, you can buy UFC 242 for just $59.99, but if you spend $20 more, you’ll also receive one year of ESPN+ for free. That’s a $50 value, and if you’re a big UFC fan, that’s a great deal. Along with plenty of exclusive live events (see below), you can also watch 20 UFC Fight Night events every year with ESPN+.

If you don’t currently subscribe to ESPN+, you can purchase UFC 242 from your desktop or smartphone here. If you already subscribe, you can easily buy the PPV from the ESPN app by simply clicking on the event in the ESPN+ tab.

One thing to remember: Only the UFC 242 main event card will be featured on ESPN+, and you will have to pay the $59.99 PPV fee (full schedule and watch guide below). Here’s the main event card: Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Dustin Poirier Edson Barboza vs. Paul Felder Islam Makhachev vs. Davi Ramos Curtis Blaydes vs. Shamil Abdurakhimov Mairbek Taisumov vs. Diego Ferreria.

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Chael Sonnen’s Submission Underground makes its debut on UFC Fight Pass Sunday, with a star-studded lineup of MMA notables scheduled to compete.

And because you know there’s bound to be something a little crazy on the card if Sonnen is involved, the event will feature some tag-team grappling, as well.

Submission Underground 8 takes place Sunday at Roseland Theater in Portland, Ore. The submission-only grappling card streams in its entirety on UFC Fight Pass at 6 p.m. ET.

In the night’s main event, undefeated Bellator welterweight contender Austin Vanderford takes on former Strikeforce middleweight champion Jake Shields.

Additional featured contests include UFC veterans Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez in a rematch of their 2012 UFC “Fight of the Night,” multiple-time grappling world champion and Gracie Barra Portland coach Fabiano Scherner vs. former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir, MMA pioneer Dennis Hallman vs. Australian grappling sensation Craig Jones and big-show veteran Pat Healy against former Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez.

Eight two-person teams will also hit the mats for the night’s tag-team grappling competitions, including affiliate representatives from 10th Planet, Brazilian Top Team, Straight Blast Gym and more.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) legends Jon Jones and Dan Henderson, four years after they were booked to fight at the ill-fated UFC 151, will settle the score on the mat this afternoon (Sun., Dec. 11, 2016) in the main event of Submission Underground (SUG) 2.

You can catch the whole card live on FloGrappling.com (assuming you have a subscription) at 5:30 p.m. ET (more viewing details here).


UFC’s presence isn’t limited to the main event, however. Former women’s Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate will take on Jessica Eye in the co-feature, while well-traveled mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Jeff Monson faces Warren Brooks, head of UFC Gym’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu program.

FIRST SUDDEN VICTORY: Tate goes first, starting on the back, and immediately works for the choke. Her control is solid so far, Eye doing little to escape. She eventually gets out at 2:06 and starts on Tate’s back. Tate rolls into guard and Eye tries an arm triangle from her back. Tate slips out at 0:40.

SECOND: Eye escapes in 0:09 for a combined total of 2:15. She elects to start in armbar position. Tate gets her arm free in 0:07 for a combined time of 0:47

THIRD:Tate starts in armbar position. Eye gets out in 0:10 for a combined 2:25. Eye starts on the back and quickly transitions to an armbar. Tate escapes in 0:15 for a combined 1:02

Final result: Tate def. Eye by fastest escape

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Slow start, both men working from the single collar tie. More low engagements. Ninety seconds in, still no real action. Brooks pulls guard two minutes in and locks up half guard. Monson not doing terribly much from top position. Halfway in. Still half guard. Now Monson takes half guard and Brooks goes to his knees. Moonson inserts one hook, then another. “The Snowman” looking for the choke. One minute to go, Brooks still hand fighting. Both men have turned a fascinating shade of purple. Brooks rolls into top position with around fifteen seconds to go, can’t do anything there. Time for sudden victory.

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RIO DE JANEIRO – MMA Junkie was on scene and reporting live from Friday’s early and official UFC 237 fighter weigh-ins, which featured a few issues on the scale.

The early weigh-ins took place at the UFC host hotel in Rio de Janeiro and precede the ceremonial weigh-ins for the fans, which take place at 5 p.m. ET at Jeunesse Arena. Which has a main card on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN and ESPN+.

Among those weighing in were women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas (8-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC) and challenger Jessica Andrade (19-6 MMA, 10-4 UFC), who meet in the main event. The two headliners made weight without issue, with both registering 114.5 pounds for the contest.

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The same could not be said for Bethe Correia (10-3-1 MMA, 4-3-1 UFC), who weighed 141 pounds for a women’s bantamweight matchup with Irene Aldana (9-4 MMA, 2-2 UFC). Correia was fined 30 percent of her purse, but the bout will go on as scheduled.

Meanwhile, Brazilian athletic commission (CABMMA) officials ruled Diego Ferreira (15-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) out of a planned matchup with Francisco Trinaldo (23-6 MMA, 13-5 UFC), citing medical issues, and the bout was canceled. UFC officials have yet to announce a new broadcast lineup for the event.

The full UFC 237 weigh-in results include:


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  • Champ Rose Namajunas (114.5) vs. Jessica Andrade (114.5) – for strawweight title
  • Jared Cannonier (184.5) vs. Anderson Silva (185)
  • Jose Aldo (146) vs. Alexander Volkanovski (145.5)
  • Thiago Alves (170.5) vs. Laureano Staropoli (170.5)
  • Diego Ferreira ()* vs. Francisco Trinaldo (154.5)




  • Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (203.5) vs. Ryan Spann (204)
  • Kurt Holobaugh (154.5) vs. Thiago Moises (155)
  • Irene Aldana (135.5) vs. Bethe Correia (141)+
  • Clay Guida (153.5) vs. B.J. Penn (155.5)




  • Luana Carolina (124.5) vs. Priscila Cachoeira (125.5)
  • Warlley Alves (170) vs. Sergio Moraes (170)
  • Raoni Barcelos (135.5) vs. Carlos Huachin (135.5)
  • Viviane Araujo (131) vs. Talita Bernardo (134.5)



Ferreira was ruled out of the contest due to medical issues.+ Correia missed weight and was fined 30 percent of her purse, but the bout will go on as scheduled.