UFC 221 Romero vs. Rockhold Live Stream, fight date, card, Start time, Preview
The UFC makes its compensation per-see come back to Australia as UFC 221 happens on Saturday, Feb. 10 from the Perth Arena in Perth, Australia. It will be the first run through a PPV has been held “Down Under” since UFC 193 when Holly Holm thumped out Ronda Rousey.
The headliner highlights Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero engaging for the break middleweight title. In the co-headliner previous heavyweight title challenger Mark Hunt goes up against Curtis Blaydes.
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UFC 221 is a one-battle card encompassed by Australian warriors and those hailing from nations encompassing it.
Will Rockhold and Romero make it a battle to recollect?
(All circumstances Eastern.)
UFC 221 date, begin time
The primary preparatory battle is accessible for UFC.com’s Fight Pass individuals starting at 6:45 p.m. The staying preparatory battles can be seen on Fox Sports 1 starting at 8 p.m. Pay-per-see scope starts at 10 p.m. Rockhold and Romero ought to enter the Octagon at around 12:15 a.m.
UFC 221 PPV, live stream
The primary card on pay-per-view can be obtained for $64.99. For more data on the best way to arrange UFC 221 Rockhold versus Romero, contact your TV supplier. You can likewise live-stream UFC 220 and the Miocic versus Ngannou primary card on UFC.TV for $12.97.
UFC 221 battle card
- Luke Rockhold versus Yoel Romero for the Interim UFC Middleweight title
- Check Hunt versus Curtis Blaydes; Heavyweight
- Tai Tuivasa versus Cyril Asker; Heavyweight
- Jake Matthews versus Li Jingliang; Welterweight
- Tyson Pedro versus Saparbek Safarov; Light Heavyweight
- Damien Brown versus Dong Hyun Kim; Lightweight
- Loot Wilkinson versus Israel Adesanya; Middleweight
- Jeremy Kennedy versus Alexander Volkanovski; Lightweight
- Jussier Formiga versus Ben Nguyen; Flyweight
- Ross Pearson versus Mizuto Hirota; Lightweight
- Teruto Ishihara versus José Alberto Quiñónez; Bantamweight
- Luke Jumeau versus Daichi Abe; Welterweight
UFC 221 Preview
Robert Whittaker was initially slated to make his first title barrier against Luke Rockhold in his country of Australia. Shockingly for Whittaker, it wasn’t intended to be: in mid-January, Whittaker gotten a staph disease which was abused, pulled his hamstring and — to top it off — endured an instance of chickenpox. In spite of the fact that the card had been revolved around Whittaker, the UFC found a reasonable substitution in Romero, with the victor confronting Whittaker in a title unification session in the not so distant future.
Rockhold (16-3) has just contended once since losing his belt to Michael Bisping at UFC 199 in June 2016, submitting David Branch in the second round at UFC Fight Night 116 in September. Prior to the misfortune, Rockhold was on a tear, winning five back to back battles, all by stoppage. Out of the Hard Knocks 365 colleague’s 16 vocation wins, 14 include come inside the separation.
Romero (12-2) gets another opportunity at turning into the between time champion. He confronted Whittaker in the headliner of UFC 213 in July, losing a restricted choice: it was a nearby battle until the point when Romero’s gas tank arrived on E. Before the misfortune, the 2000 Olympic silver medalist in free-form wrestling won eight of every a line.
On the off chance that the battle goes into the later adjusts, Romero’s cardio is the greatest inquiry: will he hold up and have the capacity to convey title gold home to Cuba? Furthermore, for Rockhold, does the difference in rival change his mentality as he looks tie UFC gold around his midsection?