UFC 239 goes down Saturday, with a ton of big names adorning the card. Jon Jones vs. Thiago Santos, Amanda Nunes vs. Holly Holm, and Ben Askren vs. Jorge Masvidal are just some of the big fights to look forward to.
One of the biggest pay-per-view events of the summer goes down this Saturday (July 6, 2019) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. UFC 239 is headlined by Jon Jones looking to make another successful defense of his light heavyweight title against the explosive and dangerous Thiago Santos. And in the co-feature, perhaps the best woman to ever strap on the four-ounce gloves, Amanda Nunes, defends her bantamweight strap against former champion Holly Holm.
Several other intriguing and exciting fights litter the card as well. Former Bellator and ONE Championship welterweight king Ben Askren returns to the Octagon after his controversial debut victory over Robbie Lawler. He’ll square off with the well-rounded and battle-tested Jorge Masvidal. And former middleweight titleholder Luke Rockhold makes his long-awaited move up the scale to light heavyweight, where he’ll lock horns with Jan Blachowicz.
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