UFC 275: When is it, how to watch in Australia, who is fighting, odds & fight card

The UFC will host its first numbered pay-per-view in south-east Asia later this month when UFC 275 takes place in Singapore.

Two belts will be on the line while a host of Australians will also be in action.

Glover Teixeira will look to add another chapter to his fairytale story when he defends his light-heavyweight strap against Poland’s Jiri Prochazka in the main event.

Women’s flyweight queen Valentina Shevchenko will look to swat aside another contender when she faces Taila Santos in the co-main.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 275.

When is UFC 275?

UFC 275 is set to take place on Sunday, June 12.

  • start time: 8am AEST
  • Prelims: 10am AEST
  • Main card (PPV): 12pm AEST
  • main event: 2:15pm AEST (approx.)

UFC 275 takes place on Sunday, June 12. The early prelims kick off the event at 8am AEST. The prelims will begin at 10am AEST and the main card will start at midday AEST. Teixeira and Prochazka should make their way to the octagon some time after 2pm AEST, depending on the length of the undercard bouts.

How to watch UFC 275 in Australia

  • ESPN, Main Event, Kayo Sports

The main card for UFC 275 is available in Australia on Main event and Kayo Sports.

Buy UFC 275 on Kayo here.

The prelims, beginning at 10am AEST, will be shown live on ESPNwhile the early prelims can be found on streaming service UFC Fight Pass from 8am.

Teixeira vs. Prochazka price: How much does UFC 275 cost in Australia?

In Australia, the UFC 275 main card is available via pay-per-view on Main event and Kayo Sports. The PPV price for UFC 277 is $54.95 for Australian viewers.

Where is UFC 275?

UFC 275 will take place at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

It will be the company’s first visit to the arena since 2019, when Demian Maia submitted Ben Askren in the main event of a Fight Night card.

The venue has a capacity of around 12,000.

UFC 275 odds

Bookmaker Palmerbet currently has a market for the main event, listing champion Teixeira as a $2.67 underdog, while Prochazka is considered the favorite at $1.48.

Check back for updated odds.

Which Australians are fighting?

As is often the case when the UFC heads to Asia, plenty of talent form the surrounding region is featured on the card.

The pandemic has prevented the promotion from heading to Australia, leaving a host of fighters champing at the bit to get in the cage.

One fighter who won’t feature is Robert Whittaker. The former middleweight champion was booked to fight Marvin Vettori in Singapore but pulled out due to injury.

His training partner, Jacob Malkoun (6-1), will however be in action. The 26-year-old Sydneysider is set to take on Brendan Allen.

Rising Western Australian Welterweight Jack Della Maddelena (11-2) will face Russian grappler Ramazan Emeev.

A veteran of 15 UFC fights, Jake Matthews (17-5) will look to get back in the winners’ circle when he meets the powerful Brazilian Andre Fialho.

And finally, featherweight Josh Culibao (9-1-1) will look to build some momentum against South Korean Seung Woo Choi, having recorded his first UFC victory in his last outing in May 2021.

UFC 275 full card

Card subject to change.

  • Glover Teixeira vs. Jiri Prochazka – Light-heavyweight championship bout
  • Valentina Shevchenko vs. Taila Santos – Women’s flyweight championship bout
  • Zhang Weili vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk
  • Rogerio Bontorin vs. Manel Kape
  • Jack Della Maddelena vs. Ramazan Emeev
  • Seung Woo Choi vs. Josh Culibao
  • Jake Matthews vs. Andre Fialho
  • Brendan Allen vs. Jacob Malkoun
  • Steve Garcia vs. Hayisaer Maheshate
  • Kang Kyung-ho vs. Danaa Batgerel
  • Liang Na vs. Silvana Gomez Juarez
  • Orion Cosce vs. Mike Mathetha
  • Ramona Pascual vs. Joselyne Edwards

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