UFC 247: Jon Jones versus Dominick Reyes – start time, how to watch on the web and full battle card
UFC 247 gives us a new opportunity to watch the best MMA warrior ever in real life.
Jon Jones is in all likelihood the best contender we’ve found in the Octagon. He’s basically undefeated and has a resume not many, outside perhaps GSP, can coordinate. So when he battles at UFC 247, against undefeated up-and-comer Dominick Reyes, you ought to likely tune in.
Be that as it may, is this a squash coordinate? Not actually. In spite of the fact that Jones is coming in (appropriately) as an enormous top choice, there’s an opportunity of a lifetime Reyes can get the irritated here, essentially on the grounds that Reyes’ qualities coordinate well against a portion of Jones’ known shortcomings. In the past Jones has battled with smooth fighters (Alexander Gustafsson) and great leg kickers (Thiago Santos). Reyes just so happens to be an exceptionally smooth fighter, with great parallel development, who will in general kick amazingly well both to the legs and the head.
There’s likewise the way that Jones verged on losing his last match against Thiago Santos, who battled a large portion of the match with a seriously beat down knee. It’s anything but difficult to overlook, however quite a long time ago Anderson Silva looked totally great before losing to Chris Weidman. Father opportunity arrives for all of us.
UFC 247 happens on Saturday Feb. 8 in the US.
The Main Card begins at 10 p.m. (ET)
The Prelims start at 8 p.m. (ET)
The Early Prelims start at 6:15 p.m. (ET)
(Note in the UK UFC 247 goes through into Sunday Feb. 9.)
The Main Card begins at 3 a.m. (GMT)
The Prelims start at 1 a.m. (GMT)
The Early Prelims start at 11:15 p.m. (GMT)
(Note in Australia UFC 247 beginnings on Sunday, Feb. 9.)
The Main Card begins at 2 p.m. (AEDT)
The Prelims start at 12 p.m. (AEDT)
The Early Prelims start at 10:15 a.m. (AEDT)
Step by step instructions to observe
This year the UFC entered another association with ESPN. That is extraordinary news for the UFC and the development of the game of MMA, awful news for buyer decision. In the event that you live in the US particularly.
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In the US, you can just watch UFC 247 on PPV through ESPN+. The cost structure is somewhat befuddling, yet here are the choices, as per ESPN’s site.
Existing yearly ESPN+ endorsers can purchase the occasion for $65.
Existing month to month ESPN+ endorsers will have the option to either move up to a yearly arrangement and buy UFC PPV for $85 OR buy the UFC PPV for $65 without anyone else’s input.
New ESPN+ endorsers can purchase a heap of one UFC PPV occasion (spilling in HD) and an ESPN+ yearly repeating membership for $85. The ESPN+ yearly membership will auto-restore following one year, at the cost of an ESPN+ yearly membership at the hour of auto-restoration.
You can do the entirety of the above at the connection beneath.
MMA fans in the UK can watch UFC 245 solely through BT Sport. There are more alternatives on the off chance that you live in Australia. You can watch UFC 245 through Main Event on Foxtel. You can likewise watch on the UFC site or utilizing its application. You can even request utilizing your PlayStation 4 or utilizing the UFC application on your Xbox One.
Jon Jones (c) versus Dominick Reyes
Valentina Shevchenko (c) versus Katlyn Chookagian
Juan Adams versus Justin Tafa
Mirsad Bektic versus Dan Ige
Derrick Lewis versus Ilir Latifi
Trevin Giles versus Antonio Arroyo
Alex Morono versus Kalinn Williams
Andrea Lee versus Lauren Murphy
Miles Johns versus Mario Bautista
Domingo Pilarte versus Excursion Nelson
Andre Ewell versus Jonathan Martinez
Is it worth purchasing?
It’s a top overwhelming card. UFC 247 is one of those “enormous” cards including two title battles, yet the subsequent title battle is Valentina Shevchenko versus Katlyn Chookagian and Chookagian has about as near no way as you can get (Shevchenko is a – 1100 top pick). That, however Shevchenko’s last title battle was one of the bluntest title sessions in ongoing history.
The card features Derrick Lewis, be that as it may, probably the best character in MMA.