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Watch UFC Fight Night 170 LEE VS OLIVEIRA 3/14/20 Online on

Watch UFC Fight Night 170 LEE VS OLIVEIRA 3/14/20 Online on 

Watch UFC Fight Night 170 LEE VS OLIVEIRA 3/14/20 – 14th March 2020 Online Full Show On Dailymotion and 

Main card 

  • Kevin Lee vs. Charles Oliveira
  • Demian Maia vs. Gilbert Burns
  • Renato Moicano vs. Damir Hadžović
  • Johnny Walker vs. Nikita Krylov
  • Francisco Trinaldo vs. John Makdessi

Preliminary card 

  • Jussier Formiga vs. Brandon Moreno
  • Randa Markos vs. Amanda Ribas
  • Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Alexey Kunchenko
  • Rani Yahya vs. Enrique Barzola
  • Maryna Moroz vs. Mayra Bueno Silva
  • Gustavo da Silva vs. David Dvořák
  • Veronica Macedo vs. Bea Malecki

Fight Card :

  • As the impact of coronavirus continues to spread, the UFC will hold UFC Fight Night 170 in what amounts to an "empty arena" in Brasilia, Brazil after restrictions were placed on large gatherings. Only staff, fighters, cornermen and other necessary individuals will be allowed in the building for a card main evented by a lightweight showdown between Kevin Lee and Charles Oliveira while fans have been shut out of the event.

  • Were the above not already an unusual enough situation, Lee missed the two-hour window to weigh in for the fight on Friday morning. After the window closed, Lee stepped on the scales reportedly weighing 158.5 pounds. He did not continue to cut weight and will forfeit a percentage of his purse to Oliveira. 

  • Lee is coming off a head-kick knockout of Gregor Gillespie at UFC 244, a win that snapped a two-fight losing skid and set him up with a fresh round of hype after a 1-3 stretch that saw "The Motown Phenom" lose fights against Tony Ferguson, Al Iaquinta and Rafael Dos Anjos.

  • Oliveira enters the fight riding a six-fight winning streak, with each win coming by stoppage. The winning streak began in June 2018, coming after a 3-4 run from 2015 though 2017. Oliveira holds the record for most submissions by any fighter in UFC history and has won 14 performance bonuses in his Octagon career.
  • Among the changes that have impacted the event, the start time was shifted from 5 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET, with all fights streaming on ESPN+ as well as airing on ESPN, which is picking up the fights as fewer and fewer live sporting events are taking place across the world.

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