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UFC 252 – Daniel Cormier vs Stipe Miocic: UK start time, live stream FREE, TV channel, prelims, venue for fight card

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DANIEL CORMIER will call it a day inside the Octagon after UFC 252.

But before the 41-year-old’s retirement he faces a mouth-watering third and final bout against UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic.

 UFC 252's headliner between Stipie Miocic and Daniel Cormier is set for Las Vegas

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UFC 252’s headliner between Stipie Miocic and Daniel Cormier is set for Las Vegas

The pair are currently 1-1, with Cormier winning the first at UFC 226 and Miocic winning the second at UFC 241.

When is UFC 252?

  • UFC 252 takes place this Saturday night, August 15.
  • The main card will begin from 3am BST – that’s 7pm in Las Vegas.
  • The UFC APEX building in Vegas plays host the the stacked card.

What time does UFC 252 start?

  • UFC 252’s main card gets underway at 3am BST.
  • The prelims begin at 1am (5pm in Vegas)
  • And the early prelims kick the show off from 11.30pm BST.
 Daniel Cormier faces Stipe Miocic for a third time at UFC 252

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Daniel Cormier faces Stipe Miocic for a third time at UFC 252

What live stream and TV channel is UFC 252 on?

UFC 252 will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 in the UK.

Over in the US, it will be shown live on ESPN+.

Can I watch UFC 252 for FREE?

EE customers can get a free three-month trial of BT Sport by texting SPORT to 150.

You can then cancel the trial at any time.

Full fight card

Main card – from 3am on BT Sport 1/ ESPN+:

  • Stipe Miocic vs Daniel Cormier (UFC Heavyweight Championship – main event)
  • Sean O’Malley vs Marlon Vera (bantamweight – co-main event)
  • Junior Dos Santos vs Jairzinho Rozenstruik (heavyweight)
  • John Dodson vs Merab Dvalishvili (bantamweight)
  • Magomed Ankalaev vs Ion Cutelaba (light heavyweight)

Prelims – from 1am on BT Sport 1/ ESPN+:

  • Jim Miller vs Vinc Pichel (lightweight)
  • Ashley Yoder vs Livia Renata Souza (Women strawweight)
  • Felice Herrig vs Virna Jandiroba (Women strawweight)
  • Herbert Burns vs Daniel Pineda (featherweight)

Early prelims – from 11.30pm on BT Sport Fight Pass

  • TJ Brown vs Danny Chavez (featherweight)
  • Chris Daukaus vs. Parker Porter (heavyweight)

What have they said?

Dana White, UFC president: “The truth is going into this fight with all the hype, one of these two that wins the fight, definitely goes down as the best heavyweight in UFC history and they’re both candidates.

“If you look at what Stipe has accomplished and Cormier in two different weight classes what this guy has accomplished is one of the greatest of all time.”

Cormier: “Because of the coronavirus, I can’t even stay in the house with my family.

“I’m interacting with a whole bunch of people from the outside.

“For the vast majority of this camp, since June 30, the last six weeks of my training camp, I’ve been staying at my old house – we’ve been essentially staying in a bubble.”

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From Tranmere to Madrid! Former Rovers youngster Marvin Park makes his Real debut

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It may have been an underwhelming season opener for Real Madrid, but Los Blancos‘ goalless draw with Real Sociedad won’t be forgotten in a long time for Marvin Park, as the youngster made his Madrid debut.

The 20-year-old academy product came off the bench to replace Rodrygo with 20 minutes remaining as Zinedine Zidane‘s side looked to break the deadlock at the Reale Seguros Stadium.

Park’s senior appearance caps a remarkable journey in which the Spanish youngster came through the ranks of a number of clubs before finding a home at Real Madrid, including Tranmere Rovers.

Former Tranmere Rovers academy player Marvin Park (R) has made his debut for Real Madrid

Former Tranmere Rovers academy player Marvin Park (R) has made his debut for Real Madrid

The 20-year-old Spaniard was introduced by Zinedine Zidane with 20 minutes remaining

The 20-year-old Spaniard was introduced by Zinedine Zidane with 20 minutes remaining

The midfielder joined Rovers’ youth academy as a nine-year-old in 2009, and spent three years in the North West before returning to Spain and playing for Ciutat de Palma. 

He then went onto develop at La Salle and Jonquet Penya Arrabal before Madrid snapped up the youngster in 2016, and Park has flourished at Los Blancos ever since. 

Park, who has represented Spain at U19 level, was born in Spain to a Nigerian father and South Korean mother, and barring his stint in England with Tranmere, has spent his life in Spain. 

The 20-year-old was unable to make the difference for Zidane’s side, though, with Madrid’s title defence getting off to a steady start with a point at Sociedad. 

Los Blancos had a mixed 2019-20 campaign, winning LaLiga ahead of arch rivals Barcelona, but they crashed out of the Champions League to Manchester City in the Round of 16. 

Park was unable to break the deadlock as Madrid drew 0-0 with Real Sociedad on Sunday

Park was unable to break the deadlock as Madrid drew 0-0 with Real Sociedad on Sunday

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Angry words between Kieran Gibbs and Seamus Coleman caught on camera

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There weren’t many cool heads as Kieran Gibbs received a red card in Everton‘s thrashing of West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon. 

Gibbs was sent off after catching James Rodriguez with a raised arm, and then had an angry exchange of words with Seamus Coleman as he was walking off the pitch.

‘I’ll f****** do it again,’ said Gibbs, walking past a group of Everton players, and the Toffees captain took exception.  

Kieran Gibbs received a red card for violent conduct in West Brom's defeat to Everton

Kieran Gibbs received a red card for violent conduct in West Brom’s defeat to Everton

‘No you won’t do it again,’ Coleman retorted. ‘Who are you talking to, you’ll do it again? Hard man… f****** hard man.’

It all started when there was controversy as Rodriguez gave Gibbs a shove by the touchline with the Albion defender reacting by catching him in the cheek with a raised arm.

Rodriguez milked it with a roll and clutch of the face and Gibbs was dismissed.

As he left the pitch, Gibbs had a heated exchange with Everton captain Seamus Coleman

As he left the pitch, Gibbs had a heated exchange with Everton captain Seamus Coleman

Gibbs had received a shove from James Rodriguez, and responded by raising his arm

Gibbs had received a shove from James Rodriguez, and responded by raising his arm

Bilic argued with Dean when they walked off and was given a red card himself, but later admitted his player ‘had given the referee no choice’ and said Gibbs would have been better falling to the ground himself. 

Everton ended up winning the game 5-2, leaving the Baggies rooted to the bottom of the table having conceded eight goals in their first two games back in the Premier League. 

Meanwhile Everton spent the night at the top of the table, but have now been leapfrogged by Leicester City after their own big win on Sunday. 

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Dean Smith thinks Aston Villa’s last-gasp survival last season was divine intervention

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Dean Smith believes divine intervention may have kept Aston Villa in the Premier League as he reflected on the lucky escape they had against Monday night’s opponents Sheffield United.

When the sides met at Villa Park in June, the Blades were denied a goal because Hawk-Eye failed to spot that Oliver Norwood’s free-kick had been carried over the goal-line by Orjan Nyland. 

As a result, referee Michael Oliver received no alert to his watch or earpiece. The game ended 0-0 and Villa eventually stayed up by a point.

Dean Smith led Aston Villa to narrow Premier League survival last season on the final day

Dean Smith led Aston Villa to narrow Premier League survival last season on the final day

Dean Smith led Aston Villa to narrow Premier League survival last season on the final day

Villa face Sheffield United on Monday, bringing back memories of their June clash last term

Villa face Sheffield United on Monday, bringing back memories of their June clash last term

Villa face Sheffield United on Monday, bringing back memories of their June clash last term 

VAR failed to spot that Orjan Nyland had carried the ball over the line, costing the Blades a win

VAR failed to spot that Orjan Nyland had carried the ball over the line, costing the Blades a win

VAR failed to spot that Orjan Nyland had carried the ball over the line, costing the Blades a win

Smith’s father Ron, a lifelong fan who worked as a steward at Villa Park, died in May aged 79 after contracting Covid-19, and the Villa boss revealed: ‘I am not really one for religion or anything like that but my dad had just passed away. 

‘His old steward’s jacket was in the Holte End and he had a thing about watches. So maybe he just wanted to play a bit of a trick that day.

‘It is one of those one in a million things. It had never failed before. People can say what they want about the goal but we stayed up on merit and there were many goals chalked off which shouldn’t have been. 

‘VAR was certainly contentious for Villa last season.’

Smith's father had just passed from COVID-19 and the Villa boss believes he helped them out

Smith's father had just passed from COVID-19 and the Villa boss believes he helped them out

Smith’s father had just passed from COVID-19 and the Villa boss believes he helped them out 

Since avoiding relegation, Villa have brought in four players and tied captain Jack Grealish to a new five-year contract.

One of the arrivals, goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, is expected to make his debut on Monday night after joining the club from Arsenal for an initial £16million.  

‘He’s a player who finished the season really well with Arsenal,’ Smith said. 

‘He wanted a fresh challenge and we’ve got a situation where Tom Heaton isn’t fit for the start of the season.’

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