On July 2, the UFC will host International Fight Week in Las Vegas. Along with the UFC Hall of Fame and other events, UFC 276 will take place inside the T-Mobile Arena.
Two titles will be on the line at UFC 276. Israel Adesanya defends the UFC middleweight title in the main event against Jared Cannonier. In the co-main event, Alexander Volkanovski will look to go 3-0 against Max Holloway as they fight for Volkanovski’s UFC featherweight title.
A former kickboxing star, Adesanya made his MMA debut in 2012. Joining the UFC in 2018, Adesanya is 11-1 with the promotion. He beat Kelvin Gastelum in 2019 for the interim UFC Middleweight title. That same year, he beat Robert Whittaker via KO to win the actual title.
Adesanya has defended the title four times, beating the likes of Yoel Romero, Paulo Costa, Marvin Vettori and Whittaker. The Whittaker rematch took place in February.
Cannonier made his pro debut in 2011. An AFC heavyweight champion, Cannonier lost his UFC debut in 2015. He is 8-5 with the promotion. At 5-1 over his past six fights, Cannonier is on a two-fight win streak. His last fight was a knockout win over Derek Brunson in February.
Volkanovski, a former rugby player, made his pro debut in 2012. After losing the fourth fight of his career, Volkanovski has gone on a 21-fight win streak. He's 11-0 in the UFC since joining the organization in 2016. In 2019 at UFC 245, Volkanovski beat Max Holloway for the UFC featherweight title. He would beat Holloway in a controversial rematch at UFC 251 in 2020.
Since the Holloway series, Volkanovski has defended the title against Brian Ortega and Chan Sung Jung. Last April, he beat "The Korean Zombie" via TKO.
Holloway made his pro debut in 2010. Joining the UFC in 2012, Holloway was 3-3 to start his career with the promotion. After that, he went 14-1, beating Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title in 2016. Holloway defended the title three times before losing to Volkanovski.
After the Volkanovski fights, Holloway beat Calvin Kattar and Yair Rodriguez in 2021. The Rodriguez fight was in November.
The Sporting News has a full rundown of UFC 276, including schedule, matchups, start times, odds and more for Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier and the entire card.
When is UFC 276: Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier
- Date: Saturday, July 2
- FIGHT PASS Prelims: 6 p.m. ET
- Prelims: 8 p.m. ET
- Main card: 10 p.m. ET
- Main event: 12:15 a.m. ET (approximately)
UFC 276 takes place on July 2. The FIGHT PASS prelims will start at 6 p.m. ET, while the prelims take place at 8 p.m. ET. The main card is set for 10 p.m. ET on pay-per-view. Adesanya and Cannonier should make their way to the octagon around 12:15 a.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
How to watch UFC 276: Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier
- TV channels: ESPN+, ESPN, ABC, ESPN Deportes
- Live stream: ESPN+
The main card for UFC 276 is available in the U.S. and Mexico on the ESPN+ subscription streaming service for a pay-per-view cost.
Earlier fights are viewable live on ESPN+, the WatchESPN app, and, for the early prelims, on UFC Fight Pass. The Prelims will be available on ESPN and ABC.
In Canada, the main card pay-per-view is available on Bell, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
In the United Kingdom, the main card will be available on BT Sport 1, with the prelims available on UFC Fight Pass.
In Australia, the main card will be on Main Event, Kayo Sports, FOXTEL and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier price: How much does UFC 276 cost?
- $74.99 (current ESPN+ subscribers)
- $99.98 (new subscribers)
In the U.S., the UFC 276 main card is available via pay-per-view on ESPN+, which also requires a subscription. The PPV price for UFC 276 is $74.99 for current subscribers. New subscribers can pay a bundle price of $99.98 for the UFC 276 pay-per-view and an ESPN+ annual subscription, which offers savings of more than 30 percent.
|ESPN+ Monthly Subscription||$6.99/month|
|ESPN+ Annual Subscription||$69.99/year|
|The Disney Bundle w/Hulu Ad-Supported||$13.99/month|
|The Disney Bundle w/Hulu No-Ads||$19.99/month|
|UFC PPV Standalone||$74.99 each|
|UFC PPV Package (UFC PPV & ESPN+ Annual)||$99.98, then $69.99/year|
|UFC PPV & The Disney Bundle||
$88.98, then $13.99/month
Where is UFC 276?
UFC 276 will take place inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The venue can hold up to 20,000 people.
Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier odds for UFC 276
Per Vegas Insider, Adesanya is the -350 favorite while Cannonier is the +275 underdog.
Alexander Volkanovski vs. Max Holloway 2 odds for UFC 276
Per Vegas Insider, Volkanovski is the -188 favorite while Holloway is the +162 underdog.
Israel Adesanya record, bio
- Nationality: Nigerian
- Born: July 22, 1989
- Height: 6-4
- Reach: 80 inches
- Total fights: 23
- Record: 22-1 with 15 wins via knockout
Jared Cannonier record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: March 16, 1984
- Height: 6-0
- Reach: 77.5 inches
- Total fights: 20
- Record: 15-5 with 10 wins via knockout
Alexander Volkanovski record, bio
- Nationality: Australian
- Born: Sept. 29, 1988
- Height: 5-6
- Reach: 71 inches
- Total fights: 25
- Record: 24-1 with 12 wins via knockout
Max Holloway record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: Dec. 4, 1991
- Height: 5-11
- Reach: 69 inches
- Total fights: 29
- Record: 23-6 with 10 wins via knockout
UFC 276 fight card
- Israel Adesanya (c) vs. Jared Cannonier for the UFC middleweight title
- Alexander Volkanovski (c) vs. Max Holloway 3 for the UFC featherweight title
- Sean Strickland vs. Alex Pereira; Middleweights
- Pedro Munhoz vs. Sean O'Malley; Bantamweights
- Robbie Lawler vs. Bryan Barberena; Welterweights
- Brad Riddell vs. Jalin Turner; Lightweights
- Brad Tavares vs. Dricus Du Plessis; Middleweights
- Ian Garry vs. Gabriel Green; Welterweights
- Jim Miller vs. Donald Cerrone; Welterweights
FIGHT PASS Prelims
- Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz; Middleweights
- Jessica Eye vs. Maycee Barber; Flyweights
- Jessica-Rose Clark vs. Julija Stoliarenko; Bantamweights
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