UFC Fight Night: Covington v Woodley - Live stream, TV channel, instant full fight replay link, spoiler-free info and prelim card details on BT Sport
Scores will be settled in this bitter feud as welterweight rivals Colby Covington and Tyron Woodley trade leather in a scintillating main event from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas on Saturday 19 September.
Few could wish for a more perfect main event to tee up UFC 253 next weekend as pantomime villain Colby Covington goes to war with long-time welterweight rival Tyron Woodley on Saturday night.
There is no love lost between the two men with Woodley promising to "let these hands go" and even suggesting he would take a points deduction to punch his rival in the crotch.
Covington comes into the bout off the back of his entertaining five-round war against 170lb champ Kamaru Usman in December and will be keen to pick up a quick win to rebound back into the championship picture.
Elsewhere, fan favourite Cowboy Cerrone returns to action for the first time since losing to Conor McGregor in January, taking on Niko Price in what promises to be a firefight in the welterweight division.
Breakout middleweight phenom Khamzah Chimaev faces Gerald Meerschaert hoping to prove he is not just a flash in the pan, while women's strawweight contender Mackenzie Dern looks to pick up her ninth win in 10 fights as she takes on Randa Markos.
When is UFC Fight Night: Covington v Woodley?
The event will be shown exclusively live at 11pm (1am main card) overnight on Saturday 19 September on BT Sport 1 HD and across our digital platforms.
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UFC Fight Night: Covington v Woodley Main Card
Colby Covington v Tyron Woodley - Welterweight
Donald Cerrone v Niko Price - Welterweight
Khamzat Chimaev v Gerald Meerschaert - Middleweight
Johnny Walker v Ryan Spann - Light heavyweight
Mackenzie Dern v Randa Markos - Women's strawweight
Kevin Holland v Darren Stewart - Middleweight
UFC Fight Night: Covington v Woodley Prelims
Mirsad Bektic v Luiz Garragorri - Featherweight
Mayra Bueno Silva v Mara Romero Barella - Women's flyweight
Jordan Espinosa v David Dvorak - Flyweight
Jessica-Rose Clark v Sarah Alpar - Women's bantamweight
Journey Newson v Randy Costa - Bantamweight
Andre Ewell v Irwin Rivera - Bantamweight
Darrick Minner v TJ Laramie - Featherweight