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Curtis Blaydes faces Derrick Lewis in a headlining heavyweight bout that will set up the UFC’s next heavyweight title challenger at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, February 20 (2/20/2021).
will be broadcast exclusively on .
Blaydes (14-2-0, 1 NC) is on a 4-fight win-streak, fresh off a decision win over Alexander Volkov at UFC on ESPN last summer. He is the No. 2 heavyweight fighter, and he will face off with the No. 4 ranked fighter, Lewis (24-7-0), who is on a 3-fight win streak. Lewis is coming off TKO win over Aleksei Oleinik at a headlining bout last August.
“If I have to clean out the division, I will,” Blaydes told . “I have a family at home that I provide for so the more active I am, the better for them. The ultimate goal is the belt but we’ll get there.”
The starts at 8:00 p.m. ET on with the preliminary bouts at 4:30 p.m. ET on ESPN Plus. Full schedule below.
The co-main event is a women’s bantamweight bout between Ketlen Vieira (11-1-0) and Yana Kunitskaya (13-5-0, 1NC). Both combatants recently bounced back from defeats by winning their last bouts in the Octagon.
Here’s a look at the for Saturday, which will exclusively on :
Women’s Bantamweight: Ketlen Vieira vs. Yana KunitskayaFeatherweight: Charles Rosa vs. Darrick MinnerHeavyweight: Aleksei Oleinik vs. Chris DaukausMiddleweight: Phil Hawes vs. Nassourdine ImavovHeavyweight: Andrei Arlovski vs. Tom Aspinall
And this is the full lineup for the prelims, which will air on :
Featherweight: Pat Sabatini vs. Rafael AlvesFeatherweight: Jared Gordon vs. Danny ChavezLightweight: Drakkar Klose vs. Luis PeñaBantamweight: Eddie Wineland vs. John CastañedaFeatherweight: Nate Landwehr vs. Julian ErosaWomen’s Flyweight: Shana Dobson vs. Casey O’NeillFeatherweight: Chas Skelly vs. Jamall EmmersBantamweight: Aiemann Zahabi vs. Drako RodriguezHeavyweight: Sergey Spivak vs. Jared Vanderaa
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