If you are wondering how to watch UFC 270 tonight, you have come to the right place. We will be going over the UFC 270 fight card, betting odds, start time, give you a stream to watch the fights and preview the main event of Ngannou vs Gane.
This is shaping up to be a PPV you will not want to miss.
UFC 270 Fights, Preview, Stream and Start Time
UFC 270 | Ngannou vs Gane
Date: Jan. 22, 2022
Start Time: Prelims begin at 8 p.m. EST | Main card begins at 10 p.m. EST.
Coverage: UFC 270 Stream
How to Watch UFC 270
If you are wondering how to watch UFC 270, it’s easy! The UFC 270 prelims and early prelims will be available to watch for free via ESPN+. Anyone who has an ESPN+ account is already good to go. If you do not have an ESPN+ account, you can click here to get it! Either purchase an ESPN+ account ($6.99) or buy the full Disney+ bundle ($13.99), which includes Disney+ and Hulu — a worthwhile investment.
The packed main card will be available via PPV here. With two title bouts to end the evening, there’s no doubt that UFC 270 is a must-watch event on Saturday night.
UFC 270 Fight Card
Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane | Main Event
– Francis Ngannou: (+125)
– Ciryl Gane: (-150)
FULL PREVIEW | Ngannou vs Gane Prediction
Brandon Moreno vs Deiveson Figueiredo | Match 2
– Brandon Moreno: (+125)
– Deiveson Figueiredo: (-150)
FULL PREVIEW | Moreno vs Figueiredo Prediction
Michel Pereira vs Andre Fialho | Match 3
– Michel Pereira: (+125)
– Andre Fialho: (-150)
FULL PREVIEW | Pereira vs Fialho Prediction
Cody Stamann vs Said Nurmagomedov | Match 4
– Cody Stamann: (+165)
– Said Nurmagomedov: (-200)
FULL PREVIEW | Stamann vs Nurmagomedov Prediction
Michael Morales vs Trevis Giles | Match 5
– Michael Morales: (-115)
– Trevis Giles: (-105)
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Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane | UFC 270 Main Event
Not even the WWE could script a story like this. Francis Ngannou and Ciryl Gane used to be training partners. Now, they don’t like each other and will fight for the heavyweight title.
Ngannou has knocked out five straight opponents. Three of the knockouts came less than a minute into the fight, and the longest fight lasted 52 seconds into the second round. He is an incredible striker and to see he has knockout power is an understatement. While he’s the UFC betting underdog, he has the potential to put anyone’s lights out with a single strike.
If the fight ends up going the distance, there’s no doubt that this benefits Gane. The undefeated fighter has been in the octagon twice since we last saw Ngannou, so he has been busy proving himself. Gane knocked out Derrick Lewis in his last fight. So, while Gane’s knockout potential may not be as lethal as Ngannou, he still has fire in his fists.
|Francis Ngannou||NAME||Ciryl Gane|
|250 lbs||WT||245 lbs|
|83 in||REACH||81 in|
|44.5 in||LEG REACH||42 in|
|75%||KO WIN %||40%|
|25%||SUB WIN %||30%|
|0%||DEC WIN %||30%|
Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane Betting Trends & Stats
– Francis Ngannou defeated Stipe Miocic by TKO, in his last fight on March 27, 2021.
– Ciryl Gane defeated Derrick Lewis by TKO, in his last fight on April 7, 2021.
– Ngannou averages 2.54 significant strikes landed per minute with a 41% accuracy rate.
– Gane averages 5.37 significant strikes landed per minute with a 57% accuracy rate.
– Ngannou averages 2.04 significant strikes absorbed per minute with a 45% defense rate.
– Gane averages 2.40 significant strikes absorbed per minute with a 62% defense rate.
– Ngannou averages 0.2 takedowns per 15 minutes.
– Gane has a 100% takedown defense rate.
Stats via UFC.com