It all goes down later this evening (Sat., June 19, 2021) at UFC Vegas 29 live on ESPN2/ESPN+ from inside UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada, as “Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung meets hard-hitting featherweight contender Dan Ige in the main event.
In addition to the featherweight headliner, heavyweight contender Aleksei Oleinik will meet rising prospect Serghei Spivac in the co-main event, Marlon Vera will be back in action to scrap with bantamweight finisher Davey Grant, and the timeless Matt Brown will make his return to the Octagon against Dhiego Lima.
Take a look below at UFC Vegas 29’s complete fight card line up and start times:
Main Card (ESPN2/ESPN+)
7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT
Chan Sung Jung vs. Dan Ige
Aleksei Oleinik vs. Serghei Spivac
Marlon Vera vs. Davey Grant
Julian Erosa vs. Seung Woo Choi
Wellington Turman vs. Bruno Silva
Matt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima
‘Prelims’ Undercard (ESPN2/ESPN+)
4:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. PT
Aleksa Camur vs. Nicolae Negumereanu
Kanako Murata vs. Virna Jandiroba
Khaos Williams vs. Matthew Semelsberger
Josh Parisian vs. Roque Martinez
Joaquim Silva vs. Rick Glenn
Casey O’Neill vs. Lara Procopio
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