UFC 252 Cormier vs Miocic UK start time, TV channel and live stream
Daniel Cormier will bid to bow out on a high as he looks to regain the UFC heavyweight title from rival Stipe Miocic tonight.
The big men of the sport clash for the third time having each won one of their previous encounters.
And Cormier insists that win or lose, this will be the last outing of a storied and decorated career in the cage.
As ever, the main event is ably supported in Las Vegas tonight with Sean O'Malley taking on Marlon Vera at bantamweight in the co-main event while there is more heavyweight action as Junior dos Santos faces Jairzinho Rozenstruik.
Here is everything you need to know about tonight's fights...
What time are the fights on?
The first of the early prelim fights will start at around 11pm UK time with the preliminary fights then starting at around 1am. The main card kicks off at 3am with the main event starting between 5am and 5.30am.(Image: Zuffa LLC)
What TV channel are they on?
The early prelim fights are only available on UFC Fight Pass, a subscription service - click here to sign up. The prelim fights and the main card, including Cormier vs Miocic, will then be shown on BT Sport 1 from 1am.
Is there a live stream?
You can stream the fights live using the BT Sport player on your computer or app on your mobile device. If you are an EE customer and are not subscribed to BT Sport, you can sign up for three months free here.
What is the full card?
Stipe Miocic vs Daniel Cormier
Sean O’Malley vs Marlon Vera
Junior dos Santos vs Jairzinho Rozenstruik
John Dodson vs Merab Dvalishvili
Jim Miller vs Vinc Pichel
Ashley Yoder vs Lívia Renata Souza
Chris Daukaus vs Parker Porter
Felice Herrig vs Virna Jandiroba
Early Preliminary Card
Herbert Burns vs Daniel Pineda
T.J Brown vs Daniel Chavez
What are the odds?
The winner of tonight's trilogy clash between Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic will be the greatest heavyweight in UFC history
"I’m so pumped for that fight,” White said. "First of all, both the fights before the trilogy have been incredible. The way that Cormier won the first fight and the way that Stipe won the second fight, and it’s one of the best trilogies ever.
"I saw some debate on if the winner of this fight would go down as the greatest heavyweight – it’s no debate. There’s no debate. The winner of this fight is the greatest heavyweight ever. Not of this era – ever in UFC history and mixed martial arts.
"I know there’s talk about other guys, you gotta look at who they fought, and there’s just no doubt. There’s no question that these two – Saturday will determine who the man is."