UFC 256 Live Stream: Fight Card, TV Channel Info

UFC 256 Live Stream: Fight Card, TV Channel Info. Latest UFC 256 fight card, PPV lineup for ‘Figueiredo vs. Moreno’ on Dec 12 in Las Vegas. UFC Flyweight Champion will be on display in all its glory at the UFC 256 pay-per-view (PPV) event as reigning 125-pound kingpin Deiveson Figueiredo puts his strap on the line against top contender Alex Perez in the five-round headliner.

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Before that championship showdown gets underway, women’s flyweight sensation Valentina Shevchenko defends her division title opposite submission specialist Jennifer Maia in the 25-minute co-main event.

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Event: UFC 256: “Figueiredo vs. Moreno”
Date: Sat., Dec 12, 2020
Location: UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: ESPN+ PPV, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN+

UFC 256 Main Event:

UFC 256 PPV Main Event:

125 lbs.: UFC Flyweight Champion Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Brandon Moreno

UFC 256 PPV Main Card, Prelims On ESPN+:

155 lbs.: Tony Ferguson vs. Charles Oliveira
170 lbs.: Dwight Grant vs. Li Jingliang
185 lbs.: Ronaldo Souza vs. Marvin Vettori
115 lbs.: Angela Hill vs. Tecia Torres
145 lbs.: Billy Quarantillo vs. Gavin Tucker
265 lbs.: Serghei Spivac vs. Jared Vanderaa
115 lbs.: Mackenzie Dern vs. Virna Jandiroba
185 lbs.: Dalcha Lungiambula vs. Karl Roberson
145 lbs.: Peter Barrett vs. Chase Hooper
125 lbs.: Andrea Lee vs. Gillian Robertson
155 lbs.: Rafael Fiziev vs. Renato Moicano

Initially, Figueiredo was set to collide against former Bantamweight champion, Cody Garbrandt, before an injury forced “No Love” out of the mix. Shevchenko was also set to defend her belt against Joanne Calderwood, but after Calderwood opted to take a fight against Maia in the interim — which she lost — the bout was given to the Brazilian bomber.

A few weeks out from fight night, the promotion has unveiled the first promo for the event. Expect much more promotional material to be released in the coming weeks for a show that also features Mike Perry taking on Tim Means and Shogun Rua facing off against Paul Craig for the second time.