UFC 249

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UFC 249 Live Stream: Watch order UFC 249 live from the comfort of your home. Saturday, May 9, you can watch the UFC 249 main card live online and on TV. Ferguson vs Gaethje Livestream 4k, ESPN+ PPV broadcasting. UFC 249 takes place in Jacksonville, Florida.

UFC 249 is set to take place behind-closed-doors, with no fans in attendance – but will be filmed live and beamed around the world. Initial headliner Khabib Nurmagomedov has been unable to travel to the US due to coronavirus restrictions, so the headline bout will be for the interim lightweight title.

UFC 249 odds: Ferguson vs. Gaethje, Cejudo vs. Cruz picks, predictions

It’s been nearly two months since the last live sporting event in the United States, but on Saturday, Dana White will put on UFC 249 in Jacksonville, Florida.
The main event features Tony Ferguson against Justin Gaethje for the interim lightweight championship.

There are four other fights on the main card, co-headlined by Henry Cejudo facing Dominick Cruz for the bantamweight title. According to William Hill Sportsbook, Ferguson and Cejudo are favored to win their respective title bouts.

Tony Ferguson vs. Justin Gaethje
ESPN.com — Ferguson by TKO, fourth round
CBSSports.com — Tony Ferguson by submission
SI.com — Gaethje over Ferguson

Henry Cejudo vs. Dominick Cruz
ESPN.com — Cejudo by decision
CBSSports.com — Dominick Cruz via decision
SI.com — Cruz upsets Cejudo

Francis Ngannou vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik
CBSSports.com — Francis Ngannou via KO/TKO/DQ
SI.com — Ngannou defeats Rozenstruik

Jeremy Stephens vs. Calvin Kattar
CBSSports.com — Fight goes the distance
SI.com — Kattar defeats Stephens

UFC 249 is going ahead this weekend against all the odds with Tony Ferguson taking on Justin Gaethje in Florida. The event was in turmoil as top-billed superstar Khabib Nurmagomedov had to pull out due to travel restrictions meaning he couldn’t leave Russia to fight Ferguson in the US.

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The main event was set to be highly-charged, hotly-anticipated affair and despite the circumstances UFC boss Dana White has somehow managed to pull out a stellar card using mainly US-based fighters.

Ferguson – the top-rated Lightweight star behind champion Khabib – will face fourth-ranked Gaethje at short notice. Beyond the main event we have a championship match for the Bantamweight title between Henry Cejudo and Dominick Cruz.

Cejudo sits third in the pound-for-pound rankings, making him one of the most exciting fighters to watch.Cruz is returning from a three-year absence due to multiple injuries, but remains a dangerous fighter and will be determined to prove a point in the Octagon.
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