Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Dec. 11, 2021, with two thrilling world championship fights and a Bantamweight banger guaranteed to deliver fireworks. Lightweight champion, Charles Oliveira, will attempt his first successful 155-pound title defense when he takes on No. 1-ranked contender, Dustin Poirier, in the ESPN+streamed pay-per-view (PPV) main event. In UFC 269’s co-headliner, the greatest women’s fighter of all time, Amanda Nunes, defends her 135-pound crown against gritty No. 5-ranked Bantamweight contender, Julianna Pena, while No. 15-seeded Bantamweight up-and-comer, Raulian Paiva, and Contender Series star, Sean O’Malley, aim to steal the show in the PPV opener. We'll stockpile all the real-time UFC 269 updates, odds, start time, tickets, weigh ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and much more from "Sin City" right here before, during and well after the ESPN+-streamed live show concludes.
Amanda Nunes is feeling in significantly better physical shape ahead of her big rematch with Julianna Pena at UFC 277.
Julianna Pena gives her thoughts on Amanda Nunes’ decision to leave her longtime camp ahead of their rematch, while Meisha Tate explains why "Lioness" won’t" do much better in the second fight against "The Venezuelan Vixen."
Cody Garbrandt discusses his next steps after suffering a TKO loss against Kai Kara-France at UFC 269.
UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira will not turn down a Conor McGregor money fight, even if it means benching top contender Justin Gaethje.
Colby Covington didn’t miss the chance to kick Dustin Poirier while he was down following his loss at UFC 269, calling him a "quitter" and daring him to move up to welterweight for a fight between the two of them.