Saturday’s stacked UFC 269 card comes with two title fights. Dustin Poirier takes on Charles Oliveira for the Lightweight Championship and Amanda Nunes defends her Women’s Bantamweight Championship against Julianna Peña. UFC 269 Live Stream: How to order Oliveira vs Poirier PPV

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Early Prelims begin at 6:15 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass. Regular Prelims kick off at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 and ESPN+. The main card starts at 10 p.m. exclusively on ESPN+ pay-per-view.

Dustin Poirier has beaten Anthony Pettis, Justin Gaethje, Eddie Alvarez, Max Holloway, Dan Hooker and Conor McGregor twice. Poirier’s only loss in the last five years came to the lightweight G.O.A.T. Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Poirier is the favorite Saturday, coming in at –164 on FanDuel Sportsbook. Oliveria is a +138 underdog. Clearly, despite being undefeated since 2018, Oliveria has his doubters. A win against Poirier would silence them all.

Speaking of underdogs, Peña is the biggest of the night at +660. That’s not surprising considering she’s taking on two-division champ Nunes. Yet, Peña isn’t lacking in confidence. She’s is a previous winner on “The Ultimate Fighter” coming off a win against Sara McMann at UFC 257. She may be Nunes’ biggest test since the champ beat Chris Cyborg at UFC by KO at UFC 232.

UFC 269 is headlined by two title fights. But the undercard is enticing as well. Former UFC Bantamweight Champion Cody Garbrandt will make his debut at flyweight. Polarizing fan-favorite Sean O’Malley will look to continue his climb up the bantamweight division against Raulian Paiva. You can check out the full fight card, below:

Main Card

Charles Oliveira vs. Dustin Poirier
Amanda Nunes vs. Julianna Pena
Geoff Neal vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio
Kai Kara France vs. Cody Garbrandt
Raulian Paiva vs. Sean O’Malley


Josh Emmett vs. Dan Ige
Pedro Munhoz vs. Dominick Cruz
Augusto Sakai vs. Tai Tuivasa
Jordan Wright vs. Bruno Silva

Early Prelims

Eryk Anders vs. Andre Muniz
Erin Blanchfield vs. Miranda Maverick
Ryan Hall vs. Darrick Minner
Randy Costa vs. Tony Kelley
Gillian Robertson vs. Priscila Cachoeira

Existing ESPN+ subscribers can simply purchase UFC 269 or $64.99. Newbies can sign up for a month-to-month subscription to ESPN+ or an annual subscription paired with UFC 269 for $84.98.

There’s also the option of signing up for the Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ bundle for $13.99 per month and pairing it with the pay-per-view, which equals savings of about 25 percent.

The final PPV event of the year is here. UFC 269 is set to commence and cap off a tremendous 2021 with a loaded fight card emanating from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. In the main event, lightweight champion Charles Oliveira looks to make the first successful defense of his title against top contender Dustin Poirier.

Oliveira holds the UFC’s longest active win streak at nine and most submission victories in a career. But he gets arguably the best 155-pounder on the planet in Poirier, who is fresh off two TKO victories over former two-division champ Conor McGregor.

Plus, two-division champ Amanda Nunes looks to defend her bantamweight crown against challenger Julianna Pena in the co-main event.

UFC 269 on Saturday night in Las Vegas is headlined by two key title fights: Lightweight champion Charles Oliveria will look to defend his belt against former interim champ and perennial contender Dustin Poirier while women’s GOAT Amanda Nunes puts her bantamweight strap on the line against Julianna Pena. Other intriguing bouts include rising star Sean O’Malley vs. Raulian Paiva, Pedro Munhoz vs. former titleholder Dominick Cruz, Kai Kara France vs. former champ Cody Garbrandt and Geoff Neal vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio.

In the main event, Charles Oliveira will look to record his first lightweight title defense against former interim champion Dustin Poirier. In the co-feature, two-division champion Amanda Nunes will put her women’s bantamweight title on the line against Julianna Pena. Also, former bantamweight champion Cody Garbradnt drops down to flyweight for the first time where he will meet Kai Kara-France. The eccentric Sean O’Malley takes on Raulian Paiva to kick things off the pay-per-view main card.

Dustin Poirier has said he will be “25 minutes” from “eternity” when the main event of UFC 269 begins tonight, as the American seeks to finally become undisputed champion of the world.

There is more than just 25 minutes between the ‘Diamond’ and immortality, however. Charles Oliveira will look to hang on to the UFC lightweight title as fiercely as he hangs on to opponents, with a remarkable 19 of the Brazilian’s 31 wins having come via submission. That said, the jiu-jitsu specialist (31-8) has honed his striking skills in recent times, as evidenced when he knocked out Michael Chandler in May to claim the undisputed title vacated by Khabib Nurmagomedov last year.

Poirier (28-6), meanwhile, has only ever been interim champion, failing to unify the belts with Khabib two years ago, and he sees undisputed status as the one accolade left for him to achieve in mixed martial arts.

Having beaten old rival Conor McGregor twice this year, Poirier is financially set up for life, but his hunger should match that of Oliveira, who has won nine fights in a row – with eight of those victories coming via finishes. Elsewhere, the co-main event sees Amanda Nunes defend her bantamweight belt against Julianna Pena, and the rest of the card at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena is stacked.

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