UFC 276 – Israel vs. Adisania. Jared Canonier: Fight Card, History, Difficulties, Location, Rumors, Complete Guide

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The biggest MMA event of the year is near. The UFC returns to Las Vegas for its annual International Fight Week with a hefty schedule. It all ended with Saturday night’s UFC 276 at the T-Mobile Arena.

Middleweight champion Israel Adesania received the most billing this year as he sought to defend his crown for the fifth time against hard-hitting Jared Canonier. The 32-year-old has led Marvin Vettori (twice), Robert Whitaker (twice), Paulo Costa and Joel Romero. Canonier, meanwhile, reached the title shot in 2019, beating Derek Bernson, Calvin Gastelm, Jack Hermanson and Anderson Silva.

In addition, the much-anticipated trilogy on the featherweight is set for the main event as champion Alexander Volkanowski seeks a third victory against former title holder Max Holloway.

This and much more is on the deck on the weekend of July 4 in San City. Stay tuned to this page for the latest news and Fight Card updates.

UFC 276 Fight Card, Difficulties

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  • Israel Addisania (c) -360 vs. Jared Canonier +280, Middleweight Championship
  • Alexander Volkanowski (c) -190 vs. Max Holloway +160, Featherweight Championship
  • Alex Pereira-120 vs. Sean Strickland +100, middleweight
  • Mesha Tate-170 vs. Lauren Murphy +145, women’s flyweight
  • Sean O’Malley vs. 240 Pedro Minhoz +200, Bantamweight
  • Jalan Turner-125 vs. Brad Riddle +105, light weight
  • Ruby Lawler-120 vs. Brian Barberina +100, Welterweight
  • Macy’s Barber-220 vs. Jessica I + 180, women’s flyweight
  • Ian Gary-150 vs. Gabriel Green + 125, Welterweight
  • Andre Moniz-240 vs. Urea Hall +200, Middleweight
  • Bobby Green-330 vs. Jim Miller +260, light weight
  • Brad Towers-125 vs. Drax du Plessis +105, middleweight
  • Jessica Rose Clark -120 vs. Julija Stolrenko +100, Women’s Bantamweight

UFC 276 information

  • History: July 2
  • Location: T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas
  • Start time: 10 PM ET (Main Card)
  • How to view: ESPN + PPV