The UFC returns to London’s O2 Arena tonight, with the spotlight on Wigan’s own Tom Aspinall as he takes on Marcin Tybura in the main event.
Aspinall, who headlined back-to-back UFC London cards in 2022, is making a comeback after a serious knee injury.
His record stands at an impressive 12-3, with all of his victories coming via finishes in the first two rounds. On the other hand, Tybura, 37, boasts a record of 24-7 and is seeking his third consecutive win.
UFC London 2023: When Does the Event Start?
The much-anticipated UFC London 2023 is scheduled to begin with the prelims at 5 pm BST on Saturday 22nd July (9am PT, 11am CT, 12pm ET).
The main card is then expected to kick off at 8 pm BST (12pm PT, 2pm CT, 3pm ET).
Where to Watch the Event
For fans in the UK, the event will be broadcast live on TNT Sports. The broadcaster’s app and website will also be streaming the fights.
For those in the US, ESPN+ will stream the action live, as will the UFC’s Fight Pass.
UFC London 2023: The Main Event Odds
Aspinall is the favourite with odds of 1/5, while Tybura stands at 7/2.
The full card includes other exciting fights such as Molly McCann vs Julija Stoliarenko (women’s flyweight), Nathaniel Wood vs Andre Fili (featherweight), Paul Craig vs Andre Muniz (middleweight), and many more.
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