UFC on ESPN 3

UFC on ESPN 3 Stream Live Full Fight 2019 Watch Free: UFC is bringing a slam-bang heavyweight headliner to “The Gopher State” for its latest and greatest fight card on ESPN. MMAmania Patrick Stumberg continues the UFC Minneapolis “Prelims” party with the second (and final) installment of a two-part undercard preview series below.

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UFC on ESPN 3
Main Card: Ngannou vs Dos Santos
Place: Target Center – Minneapolis, MN
Date: 29-June-2019
Time: 6:00 pm ET

UFC on ESPN 3

UFC on ESPN 3 Live Stream

Big men with small gloves hit Minneapolis, Minn., this Saturday (June 29, 2019) when the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight division’s premier knockout artists, Junior “Cigano” dos Santos and Francis “The Predator” Ngannou, headline UFC on ESPN 3. Also on tap are a Flyweight No. 1

135 lbs.: Ricardo Ramos vs. Journey Newson

Ricardo Ramos (12-2) kicked off his Octagon career with three consecutive victories, among them a bonus-winning spinning back elbow knockout of unbeaten Aiemann Zahabi. His undefeated UFC run came to an end in February when fellow top prospect Said Nurmagomedov caught him with a spinning back kick midway through the first round.

Prediction: Ramos via unanimous decision

205 lbs.: Vinicius Moreira vs. Eryk Anders

Vinicius Moreira (9-2) brought a four-fight, four-finish streak onto “Contender Series: Brazil,” where he tapped knockout artist John Allan Arte with a second-round triangle choke to earn himself a contract. His Octagon debut saw him face top prospect Alonzo Menifield, who handed the hulking Brazilian his second knockout loss at Barclays Center last January.

Prediction: Anders via first-round technical knockout

dos Santos vs. Ngannou is pure dynamite, and seeing as this whole thing’s on free television, there’s no excuse not to watch. See you Saturday, Maniacs!

Remember that streamlivefreetv.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC on ESPN 3 fight card this weekend, starting with the ESPN “Prelims” that are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. ET, then the main card portion that will also air on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET.

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