UFC 276 live results – Israel Adesanya vs Jared Kannoner: updates, highlights, fight card, start time

The UFC’s International Fight Week culminates on Saturday with UFC 276 from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The event features two world title fights and a loaded card featuring many of the biggest names in the modern UFC era.

In the main event, middleweight champion Israel Adesanya defends the middleweight championship against dangerous contender Jared Kannoner. Adesanya’s only professional defeat came when he lost his bid to become the double-division champion by jumping to the light heavyweight division to face then-champion Jan Blachovich. Cannoner started his UFC career as a heavyweight before moving to light heavyweight and then ended up in middleweight as he compiled a 5-1 record to earn a shot at the title.

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CBS Sports will be with you all the way on Saturday and bring you all the results and highlights from UFC 276 below. The main card starts at 10PM ET on ESPN+PPV after the initial bouts at 8PM ET.

UFC 276 card and results

  • Israel Adesanya (c) vs. Jared Kannoner, Middleweight Championship
  • Alexander Volkanovsky (c) compatriot. Max Holloway By unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)
  • Alex Pereira defeated. Shaun Strickland via TKO first round (punches)
  • Brian Barberina defeated. Robbie Lawler via TKO of the second round (punches)
  • Sean O’Malley vs Pedro Munhos It ends in any competition because of eye poke
  • Galen Turner defeated. Brad Riddle via first round submission (guillotine choke)
  • Jim Miller def. Donald Cerrone By rendering the second round (guillotine choke)
  • Ian Gary Dave. Gabriel Green by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Dricos de Plessis defeated. Brad Tavares by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Andre Muniz Def. Uriah Hall by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Maycee haircut def. Jessica Eye by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
  • Defeated Golega Stoliarenko. Jessica Rose Clark by first round submission (arm bar)
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