UFC 254: Khabib v Gaethje live stream and TV coverage exclusively on BT Sport Box Office HD. The undisputed lightweight crown will belong to the winner of this mouthwatering main event on Saturday 24 October as champion Khabib Nurmagomedov defends his belt against interim king Justin Gaethje, exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office HD.
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When is UFC 254?
UFC 254 takes place on Saturday, October 24.
The event will start an early time to capitalise on the European fanbase for Russian ace Khabib, with the early prelims kicking off 3.15pm BST. This is 10.15am Eastern Time in the US and 6.15pm in Abu Dhabi. UFC president Dana White said: “It will be time-friendly for the European audience. “It will happen in the afternoon in the US.”
What time does UFC 254 start?
The early prelims begin at 3.15pm BST.
The prelims gets underway at 5pm BST.
Then the main card starts at 7pm BST, with the huge main event of Khabib vs Gaethje expected around 9pm.
How to stream UFC 254: Khabib vs Gaethje
Anyone who wants to stream UFC 254: Khabib vs Gaethje can simply follow these instructions to buy the fight and then watch either on the website link provided or via the BT Sport Box Office app.
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The event is also fully compatible with Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.
What if I can’t watch UFC 254: Khabib vs Gaethje live?
Repeat showings of UFC 254: Khabib vs Gaethje will begin at 9am on Sunday 25 October, every three hours until midnight on Thursday 29 October.
Khabib Nurmagomedov makes his first appearance inside the Octagon for more than a year as he takes on Justin Gaethje for the undisputed lightweight crown on Fight Island.
Unbeaten in 28 fights in his professional MMA career, Khabib can bolster his pound-for-pound credentials with a win over the resurgent Gaethje, who secured the interim 155lb crown after defeating Tony Ferguson earlier this year.
Nicknamed ‘The Highlight’, all-action superstar Gaethje has pocketed a performance bonus on each of his seven UFC assignments so far and, coming into the biggest fight of his career, is fancied by some to cause an upset that would surely bag an eighth.
Teeing up the main event, fight fans will be salivating at the prospect of watching Robert Whittaker’s Fight Island return as he takes on Jared Cannonier in a potential middleweight title eliminator.
Cannonier, the self-styled ‘Killa Gorilla’, has been promised a shot be champion Adesanya next but must impress against a rejuvenated Whittaker who is himself hoping to book a rematch against the Kiwi king.
On top of that, we’ll have action from the heavyweight division between Russian giant Alexander Volkov and America’s Walt Harris, while the long-awaited light-heavyweight rematch between Magomed Ankalaev and Ion Cutelaba kicks off the main card in style.