It’s time for the final pay-per-view (PPV) event in UFC 207 of 2016. Ronda Rousey is coming back to the UFC after to long break to challenge Amanda Nunes for women’s bantamweight championship at UFC 207.
Rousey was knocked out at UFC 193 by Holly Holm in November 2015. She won twelve MMA bouts by stoppage but she lost her streak against Holly Holm later. It’s the only defeat in her career till now.
Rousey took some time off after her loss from the sport and acted in some Hollywood movies and practised to improve her technique. Meanwhile, Holm lost bantamweight championship to Miesha Tate at UFC 196. Also, Tate unable to defend against the current champion Nunes at UFC 200.
India – Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD.
US, Canada – PPV.
Brazil – Combate.
UK, Ireland – BT Sport 3, TV 3.
Australia – Main Event.
Live streaming – UFC TV, YouTube (not available in the UK, Brazil, and India).
Live commentary – Twitter.
We are going to see three crucial fights from the UFC 2017. But the highlight will be the match between Ronda and Nunes for the bantamweight championship along with the co-main event match for the men’s bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz VS. Cody Garbrandt.
There will be a non-title fight between TJ Dillashaw and John Lineker. There was no physical contact in pre-fight events. It’s clear that Ronda Rousey is going to step up against to regain her title in the octagon on Friday night.