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UFC lightweight champ Nurmagomedov (28-0 MMA, 12-0 UFC) and interim titleholder Gaethje (22-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) squared off Wednesday on Yas Beach following a news conference in support of Saturday’s pay-per-view event, which takes place at the nearby Flash Forum on Yas Island.
The faceoff is the last time the two athletes are scheduled to appear together prior to Friday’s ceremonial faceoffs following the morning’s official weigh-ins.
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When is UFC 254?
UFC 254 takes place on Saturday, October 24.
The event will start an early time to capitalise on the European fanbase for Russian ace Khabib, with the early prelims kicking off 3.15pm BST. This is 10.15am Eastern Time in the US and 6.15pm in Abu Dhabi.
UFC president Dana White said: “It will be time-friendly for the European audience. “It will happen in the afternoon in the US.”
What time does UFC 254 start?
The early prelims begin at 3.15pm BST.
The prelims gets underway at 5pm BST.
Then the main card starts at 7pm BST, with the huge main event of Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Justin Gaethje expected around 10pm.
What TV channel and live stream is UFC 254 on?
UFC 254 will be broadcast on BT Sports Box Office in the UK, and ESPN+ in the US.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is locked and loaded for the upcoming UFC 254 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place inside Flash Forum on Yas Island — also known as “Fight Island” — in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), this Sat. afternoon (Oct. 24, 2020) streaming live via ESPN+. The championship main event will feature reigning lightweight kingpin Khabib Nurmagomedov defending his 155-pound strap against interim titleholder Justin Gaethje. UFC 254 also hosts the middleweight showdown between former champion Robert Whittaker and surging power-puncher Jared Cannonier, who collide for a shot at the 185-pound strap, currently held by undefeated striking sensation Israel Adesanya.
will retire after this fight,” Gaethje said. “She’s been there for 35 years.”
Reflecting on his journey to UFC title contention, Gaethje is indebted to his parents’ financial support and selflessness. Gaethje attributes much of his success to the foundation they laid for him and his siblings.
“Every piece of money they had went into me and my brother and my sister, giving me the opportunities,” Gaethje said. “We were two hours from any city. Going school-clothes shopping was a vacation for us. We’d get up and go to wrestling tournaments. We had to drive two to three hours. Sometimes, we’d have to stay the night. They financially took hits every single time we did that. Nothing is better than being able to repay that.”
While their presence is sentimental in nature, Gaethje won’t be thinking about his parents when the cage door closes. The only outside voice he’ll hear is his coach, Trevor Wittman, as he tries to do something 28 other fighters have failed at: handing Nurmagomedov (28-0 MMA, 12-0 UFC) his first loss.
“For them to be here, when I step in that octagon, nothing matters,” Gaethje said. “They’re not there. My coach, Trevor Wittman, is there. That’s the only voice that I can hear. That’s all that matters to me, but I’m very happy that they get to experience this.”