UFC Fight Night 113 Live Stream, Fight Card: How To Watch Online

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is treating combat sports fans to a free afternoon of fights with UFC Fight Night 113 Sunday live from The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland.

It marks the second time the UFC has made the trip to Glasgow.

The main event of UFC Fight Night 113 features a welterweight contest between Gunnar Nelson and Santiago Ponzinibbio, while strawweights Joanne Calderwood and Cynthia Calvillo battle it out in the co-main event.

UFC Fight Night 113 kicks off at noon ET on UFC Fight Pass, before switching over to FOX Sports 1 for the remainder of the card.

How can you tune in to Sunday afternoon’s event? Here is all of the information you will need to catch the action from the opening blow:

Date: Sunday, July 16
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Venue: SSE Hydro
TV Channel: FOX Sports 1
Live Stream: Stream 1 | Stream 2

UFC Fight Night 113 Fight Card

MAIN CARD (FOX Sports 1, 3 p.m. ET)

  • Gunnar Nelson (170) vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio (171)
  • Joanne Calderwood (118)* vs. Cynthia Calvillo (116)
  • Paul Felder (154) vs. Stevie Ray (155)
  • Ryan Janes (185) vs. Jack Marshman (185)
  • Paul Craig (204) vs. Khalil Rountree (203)
  • James Mulheron (240) vs. Justin Willis (264)

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 1 p.m. ET)

  • Bobby Nash (170) vs. Danny Roberts (170)
  • Alexandre Pantoja (125) vs. Neil Seery (125)
  • Galore Bofando (170) vs. Charlie Ward (169)
  • Danny Henry (155) vs. Daniel Teymur (155)

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, noon ET)

  • Brett Johns (135) vs. Albert Morales (134)
  • Amanda Lemos (134) vs. Leslie Smith (135)

* – Missed weight; bout continues as a catchweight affair with Calderwood fined 20 percent of her purse, which goes to Calvillo

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