UFC 247 free live stream of Jon Jones vs Dominick Reyes
Jon Jones takes on Dominick Reyes tonight as he looks to continue his reign as the UFC's light-heavyweight champion.
Jones is in his second spell as champion having been stripped of the belt four years ago following a failed drug test.
He won it back by beating Alexander Gustafsson for a second time before winning a back-and-forth battle with Thiago Santos last summer.
Reyes is won all 12 of his mixed martial arts bouts, most recently beating Chris Weidman in the first round last October.
Also on the UFC 247 card, Valentina Shevchenko defends her flyweight title against Katlyn Chookagian.
Here is everything you need to know…
Is there a free live stream?
EE customers can take advantage of a free BT Sport trial and watch the clash without paying a penny.
Click here to find out more and to sign up.
If you are not an EE customer you will have to sign up to BT Sport and watch the fight that way.
What TV channel is the fight on?
The fights will be shown on BT Sport 2 from 1am with the main card starting at 3am.
What time will it start?
The main event will start at around 5.30am UK time.
Full UFC 247 card
Jon Jones vs Dominick Reyes
Valentina Shevchenko vs Katlyn Chookagian
Juan Adams vs Justin Tafa
Mirsad Bektic vs Dan Ige
Derrick Lewis vs Ilir Latifi
Trevin Giles vs. James Krause
Alex Morono vs. Kalinn Williams
Lauren Murphy vs. Andrea Lee
Miles Johns vs. Mario Bautista
Early Preliminary Card
Journey Newson vs. Domingo Pilarte
Andre Ewell vs. Jonathan Martinez
Austin Lingo vs. Youseff Zalal
Jon Jones is confident he is ready to deal with Dominick Reyes' kickboxing prowess.
“He has a tremendous left hand. I’m sure he’s going to work on his right hand, especially because I’ve brought it up so much. But my job is not to go out there and get into a boxing match.
“My job is to be the better mixed martial arts fighter. Like I said, I’m very aware that his best counters come in boxing combinations and I’m not going to give him what he wants. It’s going to be a mixed martial arts fight.
“He has power, we can’t deny that. I’ve seen him kick people in the head and knock them out. I’ve seen him drop people with that left and you’ve got to respect it.
"At the end of the day, I could sit in front of you guys and act like I’ve got it all in the bag but at the end of the day, you don’t know what’s going to happen out there. Anything can happen out there.
“So I’ve just got to respect him tremendously, which I have. We’ve done everything possible that we can do to be strong mentally, spiritually, physically for this fight. He’s a worthy opponent.”
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