UFC 252 Full Fight (2020) Live Stream Free Online

There's plenty of excitement to be found this weekend in Las Vegas. UFC 252 is ready to kick off on PPV with the heavyweight title on the line. Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier will battle for the third and final time with the belt on the line in what is expected to be an epic finish to their trilogy. 


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The pair have traded knockouts in the first two meetings, and with the smaller cage in use this time, it's of high probability to expect more of the same. The night is expected to be full of action with knockout artists littering the main card. Fans won't have to wait long for action to kick into gear when Junior dos Santos and Jair Rozenstruik link up in a featured bout. And rising star Sean O'Malley is back in the co-main event when he takes on the always tough Marlon "Chito" Vera at bantamweight.

With all that in mind, let's take a closer look at what you can expect to see from each bout on the main card. Can't get enough UFC? Subscribe to our podcast State of Combat with Brian Campbell where we break down everything you need to know in the Octagon, including a complete preview of UFC 252 with Hall of Famer 'Suga' Rashad Evans.

(Odds via William Hill Sportsbook)

Merab Dvalishvili -260 vs. John Dodson +210, bantamweights: Dodson (21-11) is far removed from the point where he was considered by many to be the second best flyweight on the UFC roster behind Demetrious Johnson. In 2016, he moved back to the bantamweight division and has had mixed success, going 4-4, including a win over Nathaniel Wood in his most recent fight, snapping a two-fight losing skid. Dvalishvili started his UFC career slow, losing his first two fights in the Octagon but has since righted the ship, going on a four-fight winning streak. Only four of Dvalishvili's 15 career fights have ended before the final bell. All of his UFC wins have been by unanimous decision. Dodson has never been stopped in his career, losing 11 fights by decision.

Herbert Burns -280 vs. Daniel Pineda +230, featherweights: Burns (11-2) has impressed early in his UFC career. After picking up a first round arm-triangle submission on Dana White's Contender Series, Burns picked up a first-round knockout win over Nate Landwehr in his official Octagon debut and followed up with a submission of Evan Dunham in just 80 seconds in his next fight, running his current winning streak to five fights. In 13 career fights, Burns has eight submission wins, making him one of the more dangerous men in the featherweight division in the grappling arena. Pineda (26-13) doesn't bring a sparkling record to the Octagon, but does have loads of experience fighting on big stages. Pineda fought in the UFC from 2012 to 2014, when a 1-4 stretch led to his release from the promotion. Before and after his first UFC stint, Pineda was a member of the Bellator roster and also won two fights on the same night in the 2019 PFL featherweight tournament in 2019, only to have both fights overturned for a failed drug test. Now, six years after his first release from the UFC, he will return to the Octagon.

Jairzinho Rozenstruik -135 vs. Junior Dos Santos +115, heavyweights: After losing for the first time in his MMA career when he was knocked out in just 20 seconds by Francis Ngannou, Rozenstruik (10-1) will now face off with former UFC heavyweight champion Dos Santos (21-7). One fight before the loss to Ngannou, Rozenstruik scored the biggest win of his career with a dramatic comeback knockout against Alistair Overeem just four seconds before the final bell in a fight he was going to lose on the scorecards. All five of Rozenstruik's UFC fights -- and 10 of his 11 career bouts -- have ended by knockout, including a pair of Octagon wins that took 9 and 29 seconds, respectively. A win over Dos Santos would be Rozenstruik's second over a former UFC champion, having knocked out Andrei Arlovski this past November. Dos Santos won the heavyweight championship in 2011, knocking out Cain Velasquez in the UFC's debut on Fox, before losing the title back to Velasquez two fights later. He has lost two more shots at the championship and now enters UFC 252 on a two-fight losing skid that saw him knocked out by Ngannou and Curtis Blaydes.