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The complete UFC 212 fight card will air later this evening (Sat., June 3, 2017) on two different stations — FOX Sports 1 and pay-per-view (PPV) — as well as online via “Fight Pass” digital network. UFC 212’s “Prelims” undercard will begin at 6:30 p.m. online via “Fight Pass” before transitioning to the FOX Sports 1 television station at 8 p.m. ET. Once the UFC 212 undercard is complete inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the action will pick up on PPV at 10 p.m. ET, starting with a Welterweight bout between local fan favorite, Erick Silva, taking on Yancy Medeiros. Then it’s a hard-hitting Middleweight scrap between mixed martial arts (MMA) up and comers Paulo Borrachinha and Oluwale Bamgbose. Third from the top of the PPV bill is a clash between Brazilian MMA legend, Vitor Belfort, making (most likely) his final appearance inside the Octagon against heavy-handed journeyman Nate Marquardt.

Leading UFC 212’s charge is Featherweight champion Jose Aldo, who will attempt to once again make his 145-pound title whole when he locks horns with interim titleholder Max Holloway. Indeed, the division has been a mess since Conor McGregor bulldozed Aldo back in Dec. 2015 and then refused to defend the strap, opting instead to make history and become UFC’s first-ever “double champ.” Meanwhile, in the co-main event, top-ranked women’s Strawweight contenders, Claudia Gadelha (No. 1) and Karolina Kowalkiewicz (No. 2), will go toe-to-toe in an effort to earn a rematch against 115-pound queenpin, Joanna Jedrzejczyk.

RIO DE JANEIRO – MMAjunkie is on scene and reporting live from today’s UFC 212 event, and you can join us for live play-by-play and official results beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT).

The event takes place at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, and the main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass. In the headliner, featherweight champion Jose Aldo (26-2 MMA, 8-1 UFC) and interim titleholder Max Holloway meet in a title-unification bout.

Follow along with our round-by-round updates and official results beginning at approximately 6:30 p.m. ET for the UFC Fight Pass prelims, 8 p.m. ET for the FS1 prelims, and 10 p.m. ET for the pay-per-view main card.

The featherweight champion will defend his title Saturday in the UFC 212 main event against Max Holloway. Aldo will have the home-field advantage at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. But Holloway, who won the interim featherweight title at UFC 206, will enter Saturday’s big fight on a roll, as he hasn’t lost since Conor McGregor beat him in 2013. McGregor, of course, also handed Aldo his last loss at UFC 194 with a stunning quick knockout.
Watch Jose Aldo vs Max Holloway Live Stream

Tonight the UFC is coming to you live from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with a headline act that promises to both excite and settle who is the rightful king of the 145ers.

The main event for UFC 212 is Jose Aldo versus Max Holloway for the UFC featherweight championship. The match-up pits Aldo, the most dominant featherweight in ZUFFA history, against a man whose 10 fight winning streak might be the most impressive run ever witnessed in the UFC. Will Aldo continue to prove his place among the all-time greats or will Holloway surpass him and show that he alone deserves to reign atop the division.

Though the main event is must-see-TV, the remainder of the pay-per-view card is hit and miss. The co-main is an intriguing match-up of former women’s strawweight challengers Claudia Gadelha and Karolina Kowalkiewicz. A win for either woman could set them up with a quick rematch against the ferocious Joanna Champion. Before that there’s middleweight action with Vitor Belfort taking on Nate Marquardt and Paulo Henrique Costa (aka Borrachinha) looking to impress versus Oluwale Bamgbose. The main card starts with Erick Silva versus Yancy Medeiros in the welterweight division.

The FS1 prelims kick-off at 8pm EST. The featured prelim is an intriguing fight between perennial bantamweight contender Raphael Assuncao and former WSOF champ Marlon Moraes (who is making his UFC debut). Elsewhere on the card, Antonio Carlos Junior fights Eric Spicely at 185lbs, Johnny Eduardo meets Matthew Lopez at 135lbs, and Iuri Alcantara faces Brian Kelleher also at 135lbs.