UFC 267, headlined by a UFC light heavyweight title bout between defending champion Jan Blachowicz and challenger Glover Teixeira, on Saturday, October 30, 2021 (10/30/21) at Etihad Arena on Yas Island at Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. How to watch UFC 267: Live stream, time, USA TV, channel for Blachowicz vs. Teixeira
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What time does UFC 267 begin?
The main card begins at 2 p.m. ET, while the preliminary fights begin at 10:30 a.m. ET.
How do I watch UFC 267?
The entire event will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN+, which can be subscribed to here.
What is ESPN+?
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Here’s what you need to know:
What: UFC 267
Main Event: Jan Blachowicz vs. Glover Teixeira
When: Saturday, October 30, 2021
Where: Etihad Arena
Main Card Time: 2 p.m. ET
Live stream for entire event: ESPN+
Below is the entire fight card for UFC 267:
Main Card (2 p.m. ET, ESPN+)
Jan Blachowicz vs. Glover Teixeira, light heavyweight
Petr Yan vs. Cory Sandhagen, bantamweight
Islam Makhachev vs. Dan Hooker, lightweight
Alexander Volkov vs. Marcin Tybura, heavyweight
Li Jingliang vs. Khamzat Chimaev, welterweight
Magomed Ankalaev vs. Volkan Oezdemir, light heavyweight
Prelims (10:30 a.m. ET, ESPN+)
Amanda Ribas vs. Virna Jandiroba, strawweight
Ricardo Ramos vs. Zubaira Tukhugov, featherweight
Albert Duraev vs. Roman Koplov, middleweight
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Benoit Saint-Denis, welterweight
Shamil Gamzatov vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk, light heavyweight
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Lerone Murphy, featherweight
Yaozong Hu vs. Andre Petroski, middleweight
Magomed Mustafaev vs. Damir Ismagulov, lightweight
Tagir Ulanbekov vs. Allan Nascimento, flyweight
Fight Island is primed for another massive event in 2021. UFC is back in Abu Dhabi with a loaded fight card featuring a pair of title fights and an international flair for for fighters (and fans) unable to make the trip to the United State amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jan Blachowicz, owner of the UFC light heavyweight championship, will put his title on the line against veteran Glover Teixeira, who, at 42, is looking to finally reach the mountaintop of the sport after coming up short in his only other attempt at a title in 2014. Blachowicz, 38, enters on a five-fight win streak that saw him capture gold.
Plus, an interim bantamweight title fight is on tap when former champ Petr Yan takes on Cory Sandhagen. After losing the bantamweight title via disqualification, Yan was originally scheduled to rematch Aljamain Sterling for the championship in the co-main event. However, lingering neck issues that required surgery after their first meeting forced Sterling out of the bout and allowed Sandhagen to step in. Sandhagen and Yan will now battle for the interim title at 135 pounds in the rare title fight with both men coming off a loss after Sandhagen suffered a disputed decision defeat at the hands of former champ TJ Dillashaw in July.
Two title fights anchor UFC 267, which takes place Saturday night in Abu Dhabi. The card is the rare UFC “numbered event” that will not take place on pay-per-view. Instead, the event will stream live on ESPN+ in the afternoon stateside.
In the main event, Jan Blachowicz will make his second defense of the UFC light heavyweight championship when he takes on Glover Teixeira, who enters on a five-fight winning streak. Blachowicz is coming off an impressive win over middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in March.
After losing the bantamweight title via disqualification, Yan was originally scheduled to rematch Aljamain Sterling for the championship in the co-main event. However, lingering neck issues that required surgery after their first meeting forced Sterling out of the bout and allowed Sandhagen to step in. Sandhagen and Yan will now battle for the interim title at 135 pounds in the rare title fight with both men coming off a loss after Sandhagen suffered a disputed decision defeat at the hands of former champ TJ Dillashaw in July.
Plus, red-hot prospects Islam Makhachev, Khamzat Chimaev and Magomed Ankalaev are all back in action on the main card. Makhachev has a lightweight bout scheduled with veteran Dan Hooker, Chimaev returns from a rough battle with COVID-19 to take on Li Jingliang at welterweight, and Ankalaev faces former light heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir.
With so much happening on Saturday night, let’s take a closer look at the full fight card with the latest odds from Caesars Sportsbook before we get to our staff predictions and picks for the PPV portion of the festivities.