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UFC 2023 schedule: Each main battle occurring this 12 months

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One other 12 months of UFC motion is upon us, as followers anticipate Conor McGregor’s long-awaited return to the Octagon in addition to some main title fights.

McGregor, who stays the face of the game, has not competed since breaking his leg in July 2021 however is because of battle Michael Chandler this summer time, although new stars have emerged elsewhere and can assist to maintain audiences engaged.

In one of many greatest fights of 2023, not too long ago topped light-weight champion Islam Makhachev will defend his title in opposition to featherweight king Alexander Volkanovski, with the pair scheduled to fulfill on the latter’s dwelling turf in Australia in February. Moreover, former pound-for-pound No 1 Kamaru Usman will attempt to regain the welterweight title from Leon Edwards, who dethroned the Nigerian-American with a shocking knockout in August 2022. The pair’s rematch – their third conflict, in reality – is about to headline March’s London card, after Edwards’ title triumph made him simply the second British UFC champion ever.

And we’ll lastly see light-heavyweight ‘GOAT’ Jon Jones transfer as much as heavyweight, as he fights Ciryl Gane for the championship vacated by Francis Ngannou, who has now left the UFC.

Right here is each battle and occasion introduced by the combined martial arts promotion for the approaching weeks and months (playing cards topic to alter):

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Saturday 18 March – UFC 286 – O2 Area, London, UK

Leon Edwards (left) dethroned Kamaru Usman final 12 months to win welterweight gold

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Foremost card

Leon Edwards (C) vs Kamaru Usman 3 (welterweight title)

Justin Gaethje vs Rafael Fiziev (light-weight)

Gunnar Nelson vs Bryan Barberena (welterweight)

Jennifer Maia vs Casey O’Neill (girls’s flyweight)

Marvin Vettori vs Roman Dolidze (middleweight)


Jack Shore vs Makwan Amirkhani (featherweight)

Chris Duncan vs Omar Morales (light-weight)

Sam Patterson vs Yanal Ashmoz (light-weight)

Muhammad Mokaev vs Jafel Filho (flyweight)

Early prelims

Lerone Murphy vs Gabriel Santos (featherweight)

Christian Leroy Duncan vs Dusko Todorovic (middleweight)

Jake Hadley vs Malcolm Gordon (flyweight)

Joanne Wooden vs Luana Carolina (girls’s flyweight)

Jai Herbert vs Ludovit Klein (light-weight)

Juliana Miller vs Veronica Hardy (girls’s flyweight)

Saturday 25 March – UFC Struggle Evening – AT&T Heart, San Antonio, US

Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera (pictured) and Cory Sandhagen are among the many UFC’s most enjoyable bantamweights

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Foremost card

Marlon Vera vs Cory Sandhagen (bantamweight)

Holly Holm vs Yana Santos (girls’s bantamweight)

Alex Caceres vs Nate Landwehr (featherweight)

Andrea Lee vs Maycee Barber (girls’s flyweight)

Chidi Njokuani vs Albert Duraev (middleweight)


Daniel Pineda vs Tucker Lutz (featherweight)

Steven Peterson vs Lucas Alexander (featherweight)

Trevin Giles vs Preston Parsons (welterweight)

Alex Perez vs Manel Kape (flyweight)

CJ Vergara vs Daniel Da Silva (flyweight)

Liang Na vs Brogan Walker (girls’s flyweight)

Victor Altamirano vs Vinicius Salvador (flyweight)

Saturday 8 April – UFC 287 – Miami-Dade Area, Miami, US

Alex Pereira (left) secured a TKO win in opposition to Israel Adesanya in 2021

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Foremost card

Alex Pereira (C) vs Israel Adesanya 2 (middleweight title)

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Gilbert Burns vs Jorge Masvidal (welterweight)

Rob Font vs Adrian Yanez (bantamweight)

Kevin Holland vs Santiago Ponzinibbio (welterweight)

Raul Rosas Jr vs Christian Rodriguez (bantamweight)


Kelvin Gastelum vs Chris Curtis (middleweight)

Michael Chiesa vs Li Jingliang (welterweight)

Michelle Waterson-Gomez vs Luana Pinheiro (girls’s strawweight)

Chris Barnett vs Chase Sherman (heavyweight)

Early prelims

Gerald Meerschaert vs Joe Pyfer (middleweight)

Cynthia Calvillo vs Crazy Godinez (girls’s strawweight)

Ignacio Bahamondes vs Nikolas Motta (light-weight)

Shayilan Nuerdanbieke vs Steve Garcia (featherweight)

Jacqueline Amorim vs Sam Hughes (girls’s strawweight)

Saturday 15 April – UFC Struggle Evening – T-Cell Heart, Kansas Metropolis, US

Britain’s Arnold Allen (left) faces his hardest check but in ex-champion Max Holloway

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Max Holloway vs Arnold Allen (featherweight)

Tanner Boser vs Ion Cutelaba (light-heavyweight)

Saturday 22 April – UFC Struggle Evening – TBA

Sergei Pavlovich vs Curtis Blaydes (heavyweight)

Saturday 6 Could – UFC 288 – Prudential Heart, Newark, US

Former dual-weight UFC champion Henry Cejudo has stated he’ll return at UFC 288

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Aljamain Sterling (C) vs Henry Cejudo (bantamweight title) – TBC

Charles Oliveira vs Beneil Dariush (light-weight)

Bryce Mitchell vs Jonathan Pearce (featherweight)

Kron Gracie vs Charles Jourdain (featherweight)

Marina Rodriguez vs Virna Jandiroba (girls’s strawweight)

Kennedy Nzechukwu vs Devin Clark (light-heavyweight)

Andre Petroski vs Armen Petrosyan (middleweight)

Nate Maness vs Zhalgas Zhumagulov (flyweight)

Khaos Williams vs Rolando Bedoya (welterweight)

Daniel Santos vs Johnny Munoz (bantamweight)

Saturday 8 July – UFC 290 – T-Cell Area, Las Vegas, US



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