On Saturday night, the UFC will return to Boston with an intriguing night of fights spearheaded by a thrilling headliner years in the making. The main event features a long awaited and highly anticipated bantamweight title fight between TJ Dillashaw and former champ Dominick Cruz.
The co-main event will showcase an intriguing lightweight match-up between former champion Anthny Pettis and Eddie Alvarez. The winner will likely edge closer to an eventual title shot.
The event also features a heavyweight fight between Travis Browne and Matt Mitrione and another between Ross Pearson and Francisco Trinaldo.
The four-fight preliminary card on Fox Sports 1 begins at 8:00 p.m. ET. The Fox Sports 1 preliminary card consists of: Patrick Cote vs. Ben Saunders, Mehdi Baghdad vs. Chris Wade, Tim Boetsch vs. Ed Herman, and Maximo Blanco vs. Luke Sanders.
Leading into the preliminary portion of the card is two hours of online viewing at UFC Fight Pass. The five fights are: Daron Cruickshank vs. Paul Felder, Ilir Latifi vs. Sean O’Connell, Kyle Bochniak vs. Charles Rosa, Rob Font vs. Joey Gomez, and Francimar Barroso vs. Elvis Mutapcic.
- The night’s action kicks off with five preliminary fights on UFC Fight Pass.
- Four preliminary bouts will play on FS1 starting at 8 p.m. ET and the main card will continue on that channel at 8pm ET.
- Almost every major cable or satellite carrier offers FS1 in standard definition and hi-def. A list of carriers is available here including Comcast and DirecTV.
- If you’re all out of other options but have an iPhone or Android phone you are able to order the show on either platform. The iPhone app can be located here the Android Market and AppStore or even now onYouTube.com and Roku.
- Gamers can also catch the action on Xbox Live and PS3/PS4 with the help of their video game consoles.
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