UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall, fight date, start time, card, Commentary, Stream, Tickets, Opinion, PPV price & odds for 2022 Heavyweight Title Fight | ufcmmafight

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UFC-Blaydes-vs-Aspinall

UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall is an upcoming MMA event produced by the UFC. It will take place in London, England, on July 23, 2022. 

Two heavyweight mixed martial artists, Curtis Blaydes and Tom Aspinall are expected to headline the event. Darren Till and Jack Hermansson, former UFC challengers, were initially expected to headline UFC in December 2020; the bout was stopped after Darren Till was injured. 

They were excepted to meet at this event, but Till Pulled injured again on July 6, so Chris Curtis was replaced.

Main Fight Card of UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall

The Heavyweight main card between Curtis Blaydes and Tom Aspinall.

The Middleweight Main card will arrange between Jack Hermansson vs. Chris Curtis, and the Lightweight will be Paddy Pimblett vs. Jordan Leavitt. Also Light Heavyweight fight between Nikita Krylov and Alexander Gustafsson.

The Women’s Flyweight Molly McCann vs. Hannah Goldy fight also Light Heavyweight Paul Craig vs. Volkan Oezdemir fight will be placed in this MMA event.

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Blaydes-vs-Aspinall-poster

Preliminary Fight Card of UFC fight night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall

The Lightweight fight between Mason Jones, Ludovit Klein, Marc Diakiese, and Damir Hadzovic will be fought in this MMA event.

Both pairs will be fighting this event in the Featherweight categories, Nathaniel Wood vs. Charles Rosa and Makwan Amirkhani vs. Jonathan Pearce.

Besides, Muhammad Mokaev vs. Charles Johnson fight in Flyweight. Jai Herbert vs. Kyle Nelson fight in Lightweight. Victoria Leonardo vs. Mandy Bohm fight in Women’s Flyweight and Claudio Silva vs. Nicolas Dalby fight in Welterweight in this MMA event. 

Find tickets for UFC Fight Night, UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship in London, GL at O2 Arena – London, Saturday, July 23, 2022. The O2 Arena – London is located in Peninsula Square, London.England.

Tickets for UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall fight

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When is UFC Fight Night: Blade vs. Aspinall Placed?

The UFC Fight Night: Blades vs. Aspinall event is set to take place on July 23, 2022, TBA and will feature several bouts.

Where will UFC Fight Night be placed: Blades vs. Aspinall?

UFC Fight Night: Blades Vs. The Aspinall event will occur inside the Octagon at the O2 Arena – London, Peninsula Square, London, England.

How many days until Blades vs. Aspinall UFC Fight Night at the O2 Arena – London?

The UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall MMA event is only four days away and will take place in front of a capacity crowd at the O2 Arena – in London.

WHAT CHANNEL will be STREAM IS UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall?

ESPN+ will broadcast the fight night in the USA, while B.T. Sport is where United kingdom fans can watch the event.

What Blaydes and Aspinall had to say about this UFC fight night: Blaydes Vs. Aspinall?

Tom Aspinall is scheduled to headline a UFC fight night: Blaydes Vs. Aspinall is in London this weekend opposite Curtis Blaydes. Ahead of his second consecutive main event in front of a home crowd, Aspinall is seemingly concerned about UFC heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou.

Ngannou’s future in the UFC is uncertain as he recovers from a knee injury. The heavyweight champion is also eyeing a boxing crossover fight with Tyson Fury, which has been a major factor in his contract dispute with the UFC.

When asked what his thoughts were on ‘The Predator’ re-signing with the UFC, Tom Aspinall said he wasn’t bothered by it. The Englishman admitted that he had yet to cover some of the ground for a shot at the champion, so these matters were of little significance to him.

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UFC-Blaydes-vs-Aspinall-odds

Aspinall told Daniel Vreeland in an exclusive interview:

“Do you want my honest opinion? I don’t think like that. I think Francis Ngannou is very dangerous, but for me right now, I think he’s way above me. Like, I’ve got a lot of work to do before I get there. .”

Except for his upcoming opponent, Blades, everyone else seems irrelevant to the rising heavyweight contender. Aspinall claims he has single-handedly directed his attention to ‘Razor’ since he began preparing for the fight. The 29-year-old further told Vreeland:

“Like, I’m fighting Curtis Blades next week. I’m not thinking about anybody else for the last ten weeks or however long I’ve been training for this fight. Like everybody else, the guy I’m fighting is irrelevant to me on this planet. Different from that, so that’s what I’m thinking about.”

The British heavyweight has never gone the distance in his 12-2 pro career, topped by five finishes in the UFC. Aspinall will face his toughest test when he meets Curtis Blades, who has lost one of his last seven, courtesy of a Derrick Lewis KO.

Tom Aspinall is confident of winning heavyweight gold within a decade but is currently focusing on his upcoming opponent. It would be ‘foolish’ to look past the Blades, according to the Wigan heavyweight, who believes everyone is ‘duckling.’ The 29-year-old Yahoo! Sports:

“I’m not at all interested in looking past Curtis. It would not be very reasonable to pass up someone so good. On paper, this is the hard test of my career. He’s the guy everybody avoids in the division. I’m fully aware of that, but if everybody avoids him, that makes me want to fight him more.”

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