UFC 236: live broadcast of 'Holloway vs Poirier 2', updates on the results of the reaction and the fight against the VPP

A championship belt is in play in the main and secondary events of UFC 236 tonight (Saturday, April 13, 2019) from inside the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. An intriguing aspect of these two competitions is that this is the first time in the history of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) that more than one title will be awarded on a single combat card.

UFC featherweight champion Max 'Blessed' Holloway faces Dustin 'The Diamond' Poirier in lightweight, and Kelvin Gastelum against Israel 'The Last Stylebender' Adesanya at middleweight. In my opinion, these two fights alone, even without a belt, would deserve to give Dana White and the gang some of my wallet lettuce. However, I understand that the purchase of this event is simply not in the cards for you now.

I've already secured my entry beyond the Paywall to have a chance to see some incredible episodes. With my purchase, my goal is to provide you with a show, piece by piece, with each hit, groin strike, coup de grace, and so on. which is on the other side of the monetary blockade. My style is perhaps more trustworthy than Kelvin Gastelum who walks around with Henry Cejudo's belt, but for the duration of the main map of UFC 236, I will do my best so that fans of the fight remain on intoxicating displays of mixed martial arts) violence from 10 pm ET in the video player above.

As a bonus, Eddie Mercado from Bloody Elbow will join me at certain times of the broadcast to help me make quick prognostications and recaps.

Here's what awaits us tonight with the UFC 236 PPV Main Card:

155 lb: Max Holloway vs. Dustin Poirier
185 lbs: Kelvin Gastelum against Israel Adesanya
205 lb: Eryk Anders vs. Khalil Rountree
170 lbs: Alan Jouban vs. Dwight Grant
205 lb: Ovince Saint Preux vs. Nikita Krylov

Do not forget that MMAmania.com will be providing turn-by-turn, card-by-card, UFC 236 full card coverage tonight, starting with the online "Prelims" Fight Pass games, which should start at 6:15 pm AND, the remaining balance of the sub-card on ESPN at 20 hours. HE, before the start time of the main pay-per-view (PPV) card at 22 o'clock. AND.

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