Fight fans will need to wake up bright and early tomorrow morning (Sat., Aug. 31, 2019) to witness the action at UFC on ESPN+ 15 live on ESPN+ from inside Universiade Sports Centre in Shenzhen, China, as women’s strawweight champion Jessica Andrade defends her title for the first time since slamming Rose Namajunas on her head when she takes on streaking Chinese contender Weili Zhang in the main event.
In addition to the championship headliner, surging Brazilian finisher Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos will try to make it eight in a row at 170 pounds when he takes on Chinese veteran Li Jingliang, promising flyweight contender Kai Kara-France will return to action against 24-year-old submission specialist Mark De La Rosa, and former LFA welterweight champion Derrick Krantz will attempt to shake off a debut loss inside of the Octagon back in May as he takes on Chinese finisher Kenan Song.
Take a look below at UFC Shenzhen’s complete fight card lineup and start times:
Main Card (ESPN+)
6 a.m. ET / 3 a.m. PT
Jessica Andrade vs. Weili Zhang
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Li Jingliang
Kai Kara-France vs. Mark De La Rosa
Kenan Song vs. Derrick Krantz
Wu Yanan vs. Mizuki Inoue
‘Prelims’ Undercard (ESPN)
3 a.m. ET / 12 a.m. PT
Anthony Hernandez vs. Jun Yong Park
Su Mudaerji vs. Andre Soukhamthath
Da Un Jung vs. Khadis Ibragimov
Damir Ismagulov vs. Thiago Moisés
Batgerel Danaa vs. Heili Alateng
Karolline Rosa Cavedo vs.Lara Fritzen Procópio
Here are all the ways to catch the action:
- UFC Shenzhen: ‘Andrade vs. Zhang’ entire fight card can be viewed via the ESPN+ streaming app.
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- UFC Shenzhen: ‘Andrade vs. Zhang’ preliminary fight card can be viewed via ESPN. Check your local providers or click here for instant access to ESPN.
- Canadian viewers can watch UFC Shenzhen’s “Prelims” action via TSN Network.
- UFC Shenzhen: ‘Andrade vs. Zhang’ fight card is also accessible via Roku, AndroidTV, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Apple TV, Google’s Chromecast, Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
- UFC Shenzhen: ‘Andrade vs. Zhang’ entire fight card can be viewed via ESPN+ streaming app through Google Play and iTunes stores.
- Check out a list of sports bars and pubs near you that will most likely be showing tonight’s fights CLICK HERE.
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