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UFC 268 on Saturday, Nov. 6 at MSG is headlined by two championship rematches. ESPN+ will live streamed the event. UFC 268 live stream (11/6): How to watch Usman vs. Covington II online, TV, time

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Rose Namajunas puts her strawweight title up for grabs against Zhang Weili. Kamaru Usman defends his welterweight championship against Colby Covington.

Usman can solidify his claim as the greatest welterweight in UFC history ahead of Georges St-Pierre should he beat Covington for the second time. Usman is undefeated in UFC (14 straight wins) since his 2015 debut, though he was pushed to the limit in his first fight with Covington in December 2019.

Usman closed out an occasionally slow fight with Covington in thrilling fashion, knocking down the challenger twice with right hands and then decisively finishing him on the ground.

Namajunas is on a rematch run since she beat Joanna Jedrzejczyk for the championship five years ago in New York. She won the second bout, as well, before dropping the title to Jessica Andrade. Namajunas won that rematch also, before she won the strawweight championship for a second time with her victory over Zhang in April. Seven months later, they’ll square off again, though with a bit more respectful tone after Namajunas linked the Chinese Zhang to communism in the hype leading into the first fight.

Justin Gaethje fights Michael Chandler and Shane Burgous takes on Billy Quarantillo in the other two fights on the main card.
UFC 268 fight card

Early prelims (5 p.m., 6 p.m. ET) on UFC Fight Pass

Heavyweight: Gian Villante vs. Chris Barnett
Light Heavyweight: Dustin Jacoby vs. John Allan
Featherweight: Melsik Baghdasaryan vs. Bruno Souza
Flyweight: CJ Vergara vs. Ode’ Osbourne

Prelims (7 p.m., 8 p.m. ET) on ESPNEWS and ESPN Plus

Middleweight: Alex Pereira vs. Andreas Michailidis
Lightweight: Al Iaquinta vs. Bobby Green
Middleweight: Phil Hawes vs. Chris Curtis
Middleweight: Edmen Shahbazyan vs. Nassourdine Imavov
Welterweight: Ian Garry vs. Jordan Williams

Main Card (9 p.m., 10 p.m. ET on ESPN Plus):

Welterweight championship: Kamaru Usman (c) vs. Colby Covington
Women’s Strawweight: Rose Namajunas (c) vs. Zhang Weili
Lightweight: Justin Gaethje vs. Michael Chandler
Featherweight: Shane Burgos vs. Billy Quarantillo
Bantamweight: Frankie Edgar vs. Marlon Vera

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UFC welterweight champion Karmau Usman and top contender Colby Covington are ready to throw down again. The two rivals will fight on Saturday night in the main event of UFC 268 from Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Usman already holds one TKO victory over Covington, stopping him in the fifth round of their first meeting in December 2019. Usman has defended his title three more times since that fight, beating Jorge Masvidal twice and also stopping Gilbert Burns. Covington only has fought once since the loss to Usman, beating former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley via TKO.

Also on the card, Weili Zhang rematches Rose Namajunas for the women’s strawweight championship. Namajunas ended Zhang’s title reign earlier this year, scoring a TKO after landing a huge head kick in the first round. The win made Namajunas the only woman in UFC history to regain a championship she previously lost in the Octagon.

The card also marks the return of a fight legend in a featured contest. Former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar continues his journey at bantamweight when he takes on Marlon Vera. Edgar, 40, has fought for the promotion for over 14 years with championship bouts at both 155 and 145 pounds. He made the move to 135 in August 2020, where he scored a split decision win over Pedro Munhoz to breathe life into aspirations of reaching the title once more. But a vicious knockout by Cory Sandhagen followed in February and now the veteran from New Jersey is looking to bounce back against one of the toughest customers at bantamweight in Vera, who has alternated wins and losses since 2020.

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