UFC 236 Holloway vs. Poirier 2 live stream: Details for main event – TV channel, UK start time, full fight card and more
Max Holloway and Dustin Poirier are set to renew their rivalry at UFC 236 this weekend.
The two will headline the main event in Atlanta having previously met in a featherweight bout at UFC 143.
Poirier won that clash by submission in the first round and Holloway will be eager to hit back.
There’s another stacked fight card for the showpiece event and here’s everything you need to know to catch the big show.
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UFC 236: When is it and where?
The event is scheduled for the early hours of Sunday, April 14 UK time.
The preliminary bouts will start at around 1am UK time with the main fight expected to get going at around 5am.
It is being held in the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia with a capacity crowd of 16,600 fans expected to be in attendance.
UFC 236: How to watch and stream
The night’s action will be shown live on BT Sport 1 with their coverage starting at midnight with a UFC 235 Countdown show. Their coverage of the main card begins at 3am.
BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the fight for free on desktop computers or laptops via the company’s website or app.
EE mobile customers will also be able to stream thanks to a subscription plan available on the network.
The prelims will be shown on UFC FightPass with the first fight to get underway at 11.15pm.
UFC 236: Full card
Max Holloway vs Dustin Poirier, Lightweight
Kevlin Gastelum vs Israel Adesanya, Middleweight
Eryk Anders vs Khalil Rountree Jr, Light Heavyweight
Alan Jouban vs Dwight Grant, Welterweight
Ovince Saint Preux vs Nikita Krylow, Light Heavyweight
Jalin Turner vs Matt Frevola, Lightweight
Wilson Reis vs Alexandre Pantoja, Flyweight
Max Griffin vs Zelim Imadaev, Welterweight
Boston Salmon vs Khalid Taha, Bantamweight
Custis Millender vs Belal Muhammad, Welterweight
Montel Jackson vs Andre Soukhamthath, Bantamweight
Lauren Mueller vs Poliana Botelho, Women’s Flyweight
Brandon Davis vs. Randy Costa, Bantamweight
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