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UFC 270 Live Stream, Betting tips, odds and Predictions


The UFC returns to Hoda Centre in Anaheim in the form of UFC 270, an event that is headlined by one of the biggest heavyweight title bouts in the history of MMA: Ngannou vs Gane. The event is scheduled to take place on January 22, 2022. The feared knockout artist and reigning champion Francis Ngannou will be looking to defend his crown against the undefeated interim champion Ciryl Gane who has taken the UFC by storm ever since he set his foot in the Octagon back in 2019.

The huge pay-per-view event has more to offer. The co-main event is a trilogy fight between the flyweight champion Brandon Moreno and Deiveson Figueiredo, the man the former took the title from. Michel Pereira squares off with Andre Fialho in a welterweight affair on the main card while a bantamweight bout sees Cody Stamann and Said Nurmagomedov lock horns with each other. The last fight on the main card features Rodolfo Vieira and Wellington Turman in a middleweight bout. BettingPremier’s take on the likely outcomes of the night will follow.



Details of UFC 270:

Main event: Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane

Venue: Honda Centre, Anaheim, USA

Date: January 22, 2022

Time: Main card starts at 10:00 PM ET / 3:00 AM GMT; Prelims starts at 8:00 PM ET whereas Early Prelims will begin at 6:00 PM ET

How to live stream UFC 270?

The main card can be streamed on ESPN+PPV while the Prelims are on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+; Early Prelims will be available on ESPN+

In the UK, BT Sport is the official broadcaster of UFC.

BELL holds the right to broadcast the fights in Canada this year.

UFC official website and application provides the UFC fight pass for the fans and viewers worldwide to live stream the event based on subscription.

Also, offers a live streaming option for active betters in any of the fights in UFC 270.

UFC 270

Main Card

Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane

Brandon Moreno vs Deiveson Figueiredo

Michel Pereira vs Andre Fialho

Cody Stamann vs Said Nurmagomedov

Rodolfo Vieira vs Wellington Turman


Raoni Barcelos vs Victor Henry

Ilia Topuria vs Charles Jourdain

Jack Della Maddalena vs Pete Rodroguez

Michael Morales vs Trevin Giles

Early Prelims

Tony Gravely vs Saimon Oliveira

Silvana Juarez vs Vanessa Demopoulos

Matt Frevola vs Genaro Valdez

Kay Hansen vs Jasmine Jasudavicius


Francis Ngannou vs Ciryl Gane

It is only January and we already have a bout that could very well go down as the best fight of the year. The reigning champion Francis ‘The Predator’ Ngannou is officially the hardest puncher in the world. He is #4 in the UFC men’s pound-for-pound rankings. His power is simply unparalleled even in the heavyweight division. The Cameroon native learnt the sport in the same gym in Paris where his opponent also bloomed as a fighter. He holds an MMA record of 16-3. He fought last in March 2021 at UFC 260 where he knocked out the former two-time UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic in under a minute to be crowned the champion.

Ciryl Gane TKOed Derrick Lewis at UFC 265 in August last year to become the interim UFC heavyweight champion. The Frenchman boasts of an excellent MMA record of 10-0, seven of which came via knockouts and submissions. He was introduced to Muay Thai by a former classmate while he was doing a work-study program in Paris. Gane is probably the only fighter who has the potential to disarm and outslick Ngannou over five rounds. Despite lacking the sort of power his opponent has, ‘Bom Gamin’ is a striker in his own right and is a more technical fighter.

Being able to move like a middleweight is what Gane can capitalise on in this bout. He is capable of switching stances constantly coupled with feints. That should be new for the reigning champ. Every passing round will increase the chances of Gane prevailing over the baddest man in the world because, for Ngannou, it is either knockout or bust. The Predator has a reach advantage despite being the same height as his former sparring partner. Gane’s level of Muay Thay should suffice to help him go the distance so long as he does not get too close and keep a safe distance from Ngannou’s lethal strikes. Gane via decision seems like the plausible outcome.

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