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UFC has made good on its promise to never stop running live events throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Despite cancelling a handful of shows early on, the premier mixed martial arts organization in the world has had events just about every week since May 9. 

The year has seen incredible turnover of a champions, but a few continue to shine through no matter what. Khabib Nurmagomedov ran through Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 to retain his lightweight title and immediately announced his retirement from the sport. He will go down as one of the best to ever step in the Octagon. Plus, Israel Adesanya retained his belt at UFC 253 with a dominant win over Paulo Costa.

It’s time to turn our attention to the final two months of the year. It gets started with a banger at light heavyweight when Thiago Santos takes on Glover Teixeira. It will be Santos’ first fight since pushing Jon Jones to the limit in July 2019 and undergoing multiple knee surgeries. Teixeira, meanwhile, has won four straight after dropping a couple in a row.

Be sure to check back in on this page when we have more information on upcoming UFC events throughout the year.

Upcoming UFC Schedule

UFC Fight Night Nov. 7 Thiago Santos vs. Glover Teixeira  Light Heavyweights Las Vegas ESPN 2
UFC Fight Night Nov. 14 Islam Makhachev vs. Rafael dos Anjos Lightweights Las Vegas ESPN+
UFC 255 Nov. 21 Deiveson Figueiredo (c) vs. Alex Perez Flyweight title Las Vegas ESPN+ PPV
UFC Fight Night Nov. 28 Curtis Blaydes vs. Derrick Lewis Heavyweights Las Vegas ESPN/ESPN+
UFC 256 Dec. 12 Amanda Nunes (c) vs. Megan Anderson Women’s featherweight title Las Vegas ESPN+ PPV
UFC Fight Night Dec. 19 Leon Edwards vs. Khamzat Chimaev Welterweights Las Vegas ESPN/ESPN+





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