Amanda Nunes, the reigning queen of the bantamweight class, will defend her title against Irene Aldana at UFC 289 in Vancouver, Canada.
the UFC He returned to Canada with a billboard anymore. This Saturday, June 10th, we’ll be live Issue 289 from Vancouver, at Rogers Arena, where the mixed martial arts show will be very hot. Amanda Nunes vs. Starring in the stellar event will be Irene Aldana, as the Brazilian is the current champion in the 135-pound bantamweight class and wants to show that she is one of the best — or for many — the absolute best in all of the women’s classes. Here we inform you of the schedules, transmission channels and bulletin board of the event.
What time to watch UFC 289 from Vancouver?
The first fights start at 5:00 PM in Mexico, the qualifiers start at 6:00 PM in Mexico, and the main card starts at 8:00 PM in Mexico. Here we leave you more stellar bulletin board start times.
- United States (PT): 10:00 p.m
- Central America: 8:00 p.m
- Peru, Colombia and Ecuador: 9:00 p.m
- Argentina and Uruguay: 11:00 p.m.
- Chile, Venezuela, Bolivia, and Paraguay: 10:00 p.m
Where to watch UFC 289 live?
Broadcasting a UFC event is paid, so if you want to see it, you have to have ESPN+ in the US, which costs roughly $5. Let’s remember that in the rest of Latin America you can try it through the Star Plus platform, which also has a subscription cost. Finally, you can see it on UFC Fight Pass. These are the only three ways to watch UFC 289.
UFC 289 card from Vancouver
- Women’s Bantamweight: Amanda Nunes (c) vs. Erin Aldana
- Lightweight: Charles Oliveira vs. Neil Dariush
- Lightweight: Mike Malott vs. Adam Fugit
- Featherweight: Dan Egg vs. Nate Landwer
- Middleweight: Marc-Andre Barreault vs. Eric Anders
Preview of UFC 289 in Vancouver
The return of the best of all time. Amanda Nunes is back in the UFC and will be fighting at the 289th event that will be live at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, a city that will see the return of the highest levels of mixed martial arts. Brazilian Amanda Nunes is the current bantamweight champion (135 pounds) and wants to extend her record in the UFC, which currently stands at 22 wins and 5 losses. Let’s remember that this is her second reign in the bantamweight class, as she lost to Juliana Pena and regained her title shortly after.
It should be noted that the third fight between Nunes and Pena was initially expected, but the Venezuelan-born fighter had to withdraw because she suffered a broken rib. Mexican Aldana will face her first fight for the belt held by Nunes and hopes to surprise her in Vancouver, a city that hasn’t hosted a UFC event since UFC Fight Night in 2019. Notably, this ESPN event is pay-and-go on ESPN+.