UFC 286 promises to be a spectacular event for MMA fans across the world, with a highly anticipated main event and a packed undercard featuring some of the most talented competitors in the company. On March 18, the famed O2 Arena in London will host the pay-per-view event. 

On ESPN+ PPV, the fight event’s preliminary matches will begin at 3 PM ET, followed by the main card at 5 PM ET. A subscription to ESPN+ is necessary for viewers in the United States to see the main card on pay-per-view.

For current customers, the cost of the UFC 286 pay-per-view is $79.99, while new subscribers can purchase the pay-per-view and an annual ESPN+ subscription for a discounted price of $124.98. The primary pay-per-view card for Canada is accessible on a number of platforms, including BELL, Rogers, Shaw, and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.

The main card will be broadcast on BT Sport in the UK, while the preliminary matches will be broadcast on UFC Fight Pass. The buying window opens on March 10 and costs £19.99 to access live coverage of the card for fans.

The main card will be broadcast in Australia on Main Event, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV, and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.

 
 
 
 
 
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Edwards vs. Usman UFC 286 fight trilogy

The third and final fight of Kamaru Usman and Leon Edwards’ trilogy will take place at UFC 286, which is sure to be a huge hit. The two accomplished combatants will square off in the octagon for the third time in the main event, which is slated for the welterweight class.

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Usman won their first matchup in 2015, but Edwards got back at Usman in their final fight at UFC 278 in August 2022. Usman is recognized as one of the best welterweights of all time and has a professional record of 20 victories.

 
 
 
 
 
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He has successfully defended his UFC welterweight belt on four occasions before handing it to ‘Rocky’ in their most recent matchup. He is renowned for his dominating wrestling abilities and potent punches.

Edwards, on the other hand, is presently riding a noteworthy 10-fight winning streak and is regarded as one of the best strikers in the division.

In his last fight against Usman, he displayed his versatility and knockout power, finishing the fight with a stunning head kick in the fifth round, thus earning the 147-pound belt.

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