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UFC Fight Island 1 – Calvin Kattar vs. Dan Ige full fight card, start times, how to watch

UFC Fight Island 1 – Calvin Kattar vs. Dan Ige full fight card, start times, how to watch

The second series of fights on Dana White’s “Fight Island” is a UFC Fight Night, which will take place on Wednesday, July 15. It is Fight Island 1, and it is headlined by the main event: Calvin Kattar vs. Dan Ige. We break down the key information, including the UFC Fight Night 172 full fight card, start times, and streaming options to get you prepared for the event.

For UFC predictions and betting analysis on every fight happening on tonight’s UFC Fight Island 1 card, visit the UFC predictions and picks homepage.

UFC Fight Night 172 fight card

Main card:

  • Match 1: Featherweight – Calvin Kattar vs. Dan Ige
  • Match 2: Flyweight – Tim Elliott vs. Ryan Benoit
  • Match 3: Featherweight – Jimmie Rivera vs. Cody Stamman
  • Match 4: Women’s Flyweight – Molly McCann vs. Taila Santos
  • Match 5: Welterweight – Abdul Razak Alhassan vs. Mounir Lazzez


  • Match 6: Middleweight – John Phillips vs. Khamzat Chimaev
  • Match 7: Featherweight – Ricardo Ramos vs. Lerone Murphy
  • Match 8: Light Heavyweight – Modestas Bukauskas vs. Andreas Michailidis
  • Match 9: Featherweight – Jared Gordon vs. Chris Fishgold
  • Match 10: Women’s Flyweight – Diana Belbita vs. Liana Jojua
  • Match 11: Bantamweight – Jack Shore vs. Aaron Phillips

UFC Fight Island 1 information

  • Wednesday, July 15
  • Prelims at 7:00 p.m. EST on ESPN/ESPN+, Main Card at 10:00 p.m. EST on ESPN/ESPN+
  • Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

UFC “Fight Island”

What is it?

“Fight Island” is UFC president Dana White’s appointed spot to host events outside of the United States, as the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for athletes to travel. After several USA-based cancellations, White secured this private island to stage fights—mainly for international athletes who cannot make it to the USA. It is really an island called Yas in the United Arab Emirates city of Abu Dhabi.

Fight Island schedule

UFC 251 this past Saturday marked the grand opening of “Fight Island.” This is the second event, and it will also host fights on July 18 (Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Joseph Benavidez) and July 25 (Robert Whittaker vs. Darren Till).

How to watch Fight Island 1

Whereas the entire UFC 251 fight card was a pay-per-view event, Wednesday’s Fight Night will be broadcast on ESPN and ESPN Plus. You can watch on cable television (ESPN) or stream the fights via ESPN Plus. The UFC Mobile App also offers live fights and replays.

You can access the ESPN Plus app on all major mobile devices and smart TVs, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One, Roku, Samsung products, and more.

In the United Kingdom, every UFC Fight Night is televised on standard BT Sport television, and they can be streamed on the BT Sport website or the BT Sport app.

Other reliable streaming services:

  • OSN (Middle East)
  • Fight Network (Canada)
  • ViaPlay (Denmark)
  • WOWOW (Japan)
  • MatchTV (Russia)
  • Globo (Brazil)

For more betting picks and analysis, check out our UFC Fight Night 172 best bets, or if you’re looking for bigger returns, take a look at our UFC Fight Night 172 parlay.

Last updated: Wed 15th July 2020

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