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It’s time for another UFC PPV event. UFC Fight Night 149 will be live on 20th April 2019. We have covered all streaming options to watch full fight starting from the preliminary to main card below. Two weeks have passed since the last UFC event;

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it’s back with the promotions on Saturday in Atlanta. Poirier presented Holloway in 2012, and it has become the featherweight in history. The first part of 2019 is an exciting time for the boxing fans as UFC Fight Night 149. Many different tournaments are taking place this year like the Martial Arts and mixed arts.
UFC Fight Night 149 brings the UFC back to Russia for the second time, with a headline heavyweight bout between Alistair Overeem (44–17–0) and Alexey Oleinik (57–11–1).
The event, which will be held at the Yubileyny Sports Palace in Saint Petersburg, features Russians fighting in every one of the night’s bouts. Its main event is high-stakes, pitting no. 9-ranked heavyweight fighter Aleksei Oleinik (57–11–1) against no. 7-ranked Alistair Overeem (44–17–0). The bout starts at 1pm ET and features perhaps the event’s most intriguing storyline: Overeem, seeking to regain his place as a premier heavyweight contender, could spring up the rankings with a win. For Oleinik, he’ll look to pick up another quality victory after he defeated Mark Hunt at last year’s Fight Night 136 in Moscow.
The event will take place at the Yubileyny Sports Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on Saturday, April 20.
If you’re looking for a way to stream it online, then ESPN Plus is where you’ll find it, and new subscribers can sign up for a 7-day trial and watch the event for free. The ESPN Plus streaming service was rolled out last year and ESPN now holds the exclusive broadcasting rights for UFC, so this is the new home for all the intense and bloody MMA action of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Russian native Alexey Oleynik (who also fought in the UFC’s first event in the country last year), one of the strongest grapplers in the world of MMA, is entering this Fight Night event after two successive wins. Both of these recent victories — like the vast majority of Oleynik’s 57 wins — were by submission.
Oleynik’s grapple-focused game stands in stark contrast to the more strike-heavy kickboxing style of Alistair Overeem, who has won the bulk of his 44 victories (particularly his most recent ones) via knockout. This fight may very well come down to whether or not Overeem can deliver a KO to Oleynik before the fight goes to the ground, where the Russian has a strong advantage.