UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Aldo on December 4th on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN +


Main card at 10 p.m. ET, preliminaries at 7 p.m. ET

V Week at ESPN – UFC “Fight Like Hell Night” in Honor of Stuart Scott

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UFC Fight Night presented by Modelo: Font vs. Aldo broadcast live from UFC APEX in Las Vegas this Saturday, December 4, with both the prelims and the main card on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN + (English and Spanish), at 7 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET, respectively. Live coverage includes UFC Fight Night Pre-Show Presented By Jose Cuervo Tequila: Font vs. Aldo Fridays at 6:05 p.m. ET on ESPN +, bringing fans exclusive news and insights into the biggest stories ahead of Fight Night.

The main event is a key UFC bantamweight fight where the winner may be able to fight for the title next year. Police Rob (19-4) is ranked No. 4 and will face Jose aldo (30-7), the former featherweight champion is now ranked No. 5 at 135 pounds. Font, at 34, is achieving the best of his career. He has won four consecutive fights, including impressive performances against former champion Cody Garbrandt and title challenger Marlon Moraes. Aldo, 35, has claimed two victories since falling to interim champion Petr Yan in a fight for the vacant UFC 251 title. One of the great champions in MMA history, he held the 145 pounds . title for six years, 2009 – 2014.

The co-main battle pits Brad riddell (10-1) against Rafael Fiziev (10-1) in a lightweight match. The two are friends, dating from their training in Thailand together over four years ago. For Riddell, that won’t be a factor once they enter the Octagon. “It’s just business,” he says. “I want to earn money to feed my children, and he wants to earn money to feed his children. He wants to be the champion. And me too. So you just think of that instead of thinking that we’re friends – just think of it like healthy competition. And in my opinion, he’s one of the best in the top 15 for sure, so I want to test myself against him.

The action announcer will be play-by-play announcer Jon Anik, alongside two veterans as analysts, former UFC two-division champion Daniel Cormier and Michael Bisping. Heidi Androl will be the reporter.

V Week at ESPN – UFC “Fight Like Hell Night” in Honor of Stuart Scott

It’s the 15th annual V Week at ESPN, when the company dedicates content and programming to raise awareness and fundraise for the V Foundation. For a third year, ESPN and UFC have teamed up to dedicate a television program called “Fight Like Hell Night” in honor of the late Stuart Scott. The original idea came from a discussion with the UFC on how to support the V Foundation. The marriage of Stuart’s unforgettable “Fight like hell” quote to his ESPY speech paired with his love of UFC and MMA came together perfectly. The telecast will include vignettes focused on Stuart’s speech and the fight against cancer led by UFC athletes. UFC said, “We are proud to support the Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund, which supports cutting-edge cancer research and funds outstanding minority scientists.” For more information, please visit www.V.org/UFC.

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Schedule (Every hour ET)

Fri, 12/3 5:30 p.m. UFC Live presented by DraftKings:

Police vs. Aldo

ESPN2
6:05 p.m. UFC Fight Night Pre-Show Presented by Jose Cuervo Tequila: Font vs. Aldo ESPN +

Sat, 12/4

7:00 p.m. UFC Fight Night presented by Modelo: Font vs. Aldo

(Preliminaries)

ESPN, ESPN Sports, ESPN +
10:00 p.m. UFC Fight Night presented by Modelo: Font vs. Aldo

(Main card)

ESPN, ESPN Sports,

ESPN +

1 a.m. * UFC Fight Night Post Show Presented by Jose Cuervo Tequila:

Police vs. Aldo

ESPN +

* immediately after the main card

Main and preliminary card (every ET hour)

10:00 p.m. Main Rob Font vs. José Aldo
Co-Principal Brad Riddell vs. Rafael Fiziev
Sub-map Jimmy Crute vs. Jamahal Hill
Sub-map Clay Guida vs. Leonardo Santos
Sub-map Brendan Allen vs. Chris Curtis
Sub-map Alex Morono vs. Mickey Gall
7:00 p.m. Characteristic Maki Pitolo vs. Dusko Todorovic
Sub-map Manel Kape vs. Zhalgas Zhumagulov
Sub-map Bryan Barberena vs. Darian Weeks
Sub-map Jake Matthews vs. Jeremiah Wells
Sub-map Cheyanne Vlismas vs. Mallory Martin
Sub-map Alonzo Menifield vs. William Knight
Sub-map Claudio Puelles vs. Chris Gruetzemacher
Sub-map Jared Vanderaa vs. Azamat Murzakanov
Sub-map Louis Smolka vs. Vince Morales

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