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Dominick Reyes is looking to rebuild after back-to-back defeats in championship fights as he takes on talented UFC newcomer Jiri Prochazka in a must-see main event this weekend.
Reyes, 12-2, had provided Jon Jones with one of the more thorough examinations of his championship credentials in a valiant losing effort at UFC 247 and looked set to become the next man on the throne when "Bones" vacated for the land of the giants.
Instead, the American challenger found himself on the end of a brutal stoppage inflicted by Polish veteran Jan Blachowicz and now looks to protect his place in the rankings against Czech powerhouse Prochazka in Vegas this weekend.
Prochazka comes into the bout with a burgeoning reputation as a potential champion-in-waiting of the UFC's light heavyweight division having blazed a successul career through Japan's Pride FC promotion over the past few years.
Notable wins over the likes of King Mo and Fabio Maldonado impressed many - but his stunning debut kayo of former 205lb title challenger Volkan Oezdemir put Prochazka firmly on the map as a bonafide light heavyweight problem.
Can the 28-year-old pick up the biggest scalp of his career yet in Dominick Reyes?
Aside from the main event, we've also got exclusive coverage of UFC legend Cub Swanson's co-main showdown against Georgian kickboxing supremo Giga Chikadze, a fan-friendly match-up between Ion Cutelaba and Dustin Jacoby - plus Sean Strickland versus Krzysztof Jotko!
There's so much to look forward to ahead of another wicked fight card - and it's all right here on BT Sport.
Read on to find out how to watch the fights this weekend.
When is UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka?
The event will be shown exclusively live at 1am (3am main card) overnight on Saturday 1 May on BT Sport 1 HD and across our digital platforms.
UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka Fight Card
Dominick Reyes vs Jiri Prochazka - Light heavyweight
Cub Swanson vs Giga Chikadze - Featherweight
Ion Cutelaba vs Dustin Jacoby - Light heavyweight
Sean Strickland vs Krzysztof Jotko - Middleweight
Merab Dvalishvili vs Cody Stamann - Bantamweight
Poliana Botelho vs Luana Carolina - Women's flyweight
UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka Prelims
Randa Markos vs Luana Pinherio - Women's strawweight
Gabriel Benitez vs Jonathan Pearce - Featherweight
Kai Kamaka III vs TJ Brown - Featherweight
Loma Lookoonmee vs Sam Hughes - Women's strawweight
Luke Sanders vs Felipe Colares - Featherweight
Andreas Michailidis vs KB Bhullar - Middleweight
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You can also watch a replay of the fight card on BT Sport on Sunday night. Check the TV Guide for more information.
How to live stream UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka on a phone or tablet
Anyone wanting to watch the fights can open the BT Sport app at 1am on Saturday night and follow the link at the top of the homepage.
How to live stream UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka on a laptop
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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Reyes vs Prochazka on TV
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