The much-awaited championship match between Jiri Prochazka and Alex Pereira in the vacant light heavyweight division will be the main event of UFC 295 tomorrow night (November 11) at Madison Square Garden.
Fans in North America, who had to acclimate to last month’s pay-per-view, which started at 2pm ET / 11am PT, will now resume their usual watching routines. The early preliminary round of the competition is scheduled to start tomorrow night at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT, and the main preliminary round will start at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.
UFC 295 To Take Place At Madison Square Garden Jiri Prochazka vs Alex Pereira – UFC Tonight
The UFC 295 main card, which starts at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT and is accessible on pay-per-view, will be built up by the preliminary bouts. In addition to making a triumphant return to Madison Square Garden tomorrow night, the organization is commemorating the 30th anniversary of UFC 1, a one-night, no-holds-barred competition that happened on November 12, 1993.
Stipe Miocic and champion Jon Jones were supposed to square off in the main event of UFC 295, however, “Bones” was forced to withdraw due to a torn pectoral during training, necessitating surgery. After being taken off the event, both boxers are still scheduled to square off at some time in the upcoming year.
The heavyweight championship fight was dropped from the bill, and Tom Aspinall and Sergei Pavlovich’s interim heavyweight match was added as the replacement co-main event. The headline fight was then changed to Prochazka vs. Pereira for the vacant light heavyweight championship.
While “Poatan” hopes to become the latest fighter to become a two-division UFC champion—something he accomplished during his kickboxing career—”Denisa” will try to reclaim the title he was forced to relinquish.
Since every fighter in the main event and co-main event has a fighting style that appeals to viewers, there is still a lot of excitement surrounding the event even though there isn’t any trash talk.