Everything you need to know about UFC 287: Alex Pereira vs. Israel Adesanya 2.
UFC 287 is set to be one of the biggest cards of the year. Headlined by the much-anticipated middleweight title rematch between Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya. Pereira is now 3-0 against Adesanya in kickboxing and MMA and looks to cement his legacy as Izzy's boogeyman in the Octagon this weekend.
In the co-main event Jorge Masvidal seeks to return to form against a surging opponent in Gilbert Burns. This bout should have heavy implications on the title picture at welterweight. Additionally, Masvidal has alluded to a possible end to his career as a professional mixed martial artist should he lose to Burns at UFC 287.
UFC 287 fight card
Main card (10 p.m. ET on ESPN+ PPV)
Alex Pereira (C) vs. Israel Adesanya – for UFC middleweight title
Gilbert Burns vs. Jorge Masvidal
Adrian Yanez vs. Rob Font
Kevin Holland vs Santiago Ponzinibbio
Raul Rosas vs. Christian Rodriguez
Prelim card (8 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN+)
Chris Curtis vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Michelle Waterson vs. Luana Pinheiro
Gerald Meerschaert vs. Joe Pyfer
Karl Williams vs. Chase Sherman
Early prelims (6 p.m. ET on ESPN+)
Cynthia Calvillo vs. Lupita Godinez
Ignacio Bahamondes vs. Trey Ogden
Sha Yilan vs. Steve Garcia
Jacqueline Amorim vs. Sam Hughes
How much does UFC 287 cost?
Any fans looking to attend UFC 287 live in person at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida better be prepared to buck up. Currently, the cheapest ticket to get in the door will run you about $225 on the resale market. Face-value tickets are long gone at this point so any fans looking to attend will need to do so through the resale market.
For fans looking to purchase the PPV, it's currently priced at $79.99 on ESPN+.
How to watch UFC 287 free online?
While we here at FanSidedMMA would never condone illegal streaming, times are tough and fans should still be able to watch fights even if they don't have $80 to fork over to a billion dollar corporation. You can always find free streams online and generally speaking Reddit and Twitter are great places to start your search.