All the information you need to catch the UFC Fight Night card from Boise
Just one week after the, it’s time to get right back into the action with UFC Fight Night 133. This latest UFC Fight Night event will take place in Boise, Idaho, with a former heavyweight champion returning to the Octagon to headline the card.
In the main event of UFC Boise, former heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos will make his return and look to get back into the win column when he takes on former World Series of Fighting heavyweight champion Blagoy Ivanov. Dos Santos is aiming to rebound from his last fight where he was made quick work of by former UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic in the first round back at UFC 211 in May 2017.
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The former heavyweight king dos Santos was originally scheduled to fight again last September against Francis Ngannou, but he was pulled from the bout for a potential USADA violation.. Ivanov is looking to make a huge statement in his debut by spoiling the return to the Octagon of dos Santos.
In the co-main event, the welterweight that some seem to love to hate, Sage Northcutt, will attempt to extend his winning streak to three fights when he takes on Zak Ottow.
Plus, Chad Mendes is back fresh off a two-year layoff thanks to a USADA suspension when he squares off against Myles Jury.
It should be another exciting night of fights, and below is all the information you need to catch the UFC Fight Night 133 card from Boise this weekend.
How to watch UFC Fight Night 133
Date: Saturday, July 14
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Available Streaming: Click here to watch online live stream in hd
UFC Fight Night 133 fight card, odds
|Junior dos Santos -185||Blagoy Ivanov +150||Heavyweight|
|Sage Northcutt -150||Zak Ottow +120||Welterweight|
|Dennis Bermudez -235||Rick Glenn +185||Featherweight|
|Randy Brown -125||Niko Price -105||Welterweight|
|Chad Mendes -235||Myles Jury +185||Featherweight|
|Marion Reneau -130||Cat Zingano +100||Women’s bantamweight|