How to Watch UFC Fight Night 198

By Brian Knapp Nov 19, 2021

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Top 10 contenders will toe the line against one another inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight division when Ketlen Vieira meets former titleholder Miesha Tate in the UFC Fight Night 198 headliner on Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Neither woman can afford to give ground in a weight class currently under the spell of longtime champion Amanda Nunes.

UFC Fight Night 198 “Vieira vs. Tate”—which streams live to ESPN+ at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT—also features a welterweight co-main event between Michael Chiesa and Sean Brady, a women’s flyweight battle pitting Joanne Wood against Taila Santos and a pair of bantamweight tilts, as Rani Yahya faces Kyung Ho Kang and Adrian Yanez confronts Davey Grant. The undercard will stream to ESPN+ in its entirety at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT, a featherweight affair between Tucker Lutz and Pat Sabatini anchoring the seven-fight preliminary slate.

A closer look at the UFC Fight Night 198 particulars:

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THE LINEUP

135: Ketlen Vieira vs. Miesha Tate
170: Michael Chiesa vs. Sean Brady
135: Rani Yahya vs. Kyung Ho Kang
125: Joanne Wood vs. Taila Santos
135: Adrian Yanez vs. Davey Grant
145: Tucker Lutz vs. Pat Sabatini
155: Rafa Garcia vs. Natan Levy
115: Konklak Suphisara vs. Lupita Godinez
155: Terrance McKinney vs. Fares Ziam
125: Cody Durden vs. Qileng Aori
145: Nuerdanbieke Shayilan vs. Sean Soriano
115: Luana Pinheiro vs. Sam Hughes

THE RUNDOWN

Preview: The Main Card
Preview: The Prelims
Prime Picks
Rivalries: Miesha Tate
By The Numbers: Chiesa vs. Brady
Stand and Deliver: UFC Fight Night 198


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