[,Official,]! UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Spivak – Live Stream

For the second time in the promotion’s history, the UFC returns to France, with a loaded card for UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Spivak. The Accoor Arena in Paris will be the home to all of the action inside the Octagon with a heavyweight bout between former interim UFC Heavyweight Champion Ciryl Gane and Sergey Spivak set to headline.

The last time the UFC was in the City of Love, Gane, who fights out of Paris, headlined UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Tuivasa in September 2022. Gane was victorious in his home country and has a career record of 11-2. He’s coming off a loss against Jon Jones at UFC 285 back in March. As the #2 ranked heavyweight, he’ll be facing Spivac, who is looking to rise up from his #7 ranking.

When to Watch

The prelims begin on Saturday, September 2, at 12:30 PM ET, with the main card beginning at 3:00 PM ET.

How to Watch

Fight fans can stream all of Saturday’s fights inside the Octagon for only $9.99 per month, or $99.99 per year on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or any other compatible device with ESPN+.

The Card

Prelims – Begins at 12:30 PM ET

  • Taylor Lapilus vs. Caolán Loughran (Bantamweight)
  • Ange Loosa vs. Rhys McKee (Welterweight)
  • Joselyne Edwards vs. Nora Cornolle (Women’s Bantamweight)
  • Farid Basharat vs. Kleydson Rodrigues (Bantamweight)
  • Zarah Fairn dos Santos vs. Jacqueline Cavalcanti (Catchweight (140 lb))

Main Card – Begins at 3:00 PM ET

  • Heavyweight Ciryl Gane vs. Sergey Spivak
  • Women’s Flyweight Manon Fiorot vs. Rose Namajunas
  • Lightweight Benoît Saint-Denis vs. Thiago Moisés
  • Light Heavyweight Volkan Oezdemir vs. Bogdan Guskov
  • Featherweight William Gomis vs. Yanis Ghemmouri
  • Featherweight Morgan Charriere vs. Manolo Zecchini

Are you a fan of MMA? Then you might have heard of the upcoming UFC Fight Night match between Ciryl Gane vs. Serget Spivak. This match is scheduled for 02nd September 2023. It is the most anticipated match in the UFC history. If you are a Roku user, you can live stream the UFC Fight Night match by installing the official UFC app from the Roku Channel Store. In addition, you can also use the ESPN app on Roku to stream the games of UFC Fight Night.

UFC Fight Night: Gane vs. Spivak airs live from Accor Arena in Paris, France on Saturday, September 2. In Australia, the event airs live on now….

  • Date: September 02, 2023
  • Start Time: Prelims – 12:30 pm ET, Main Card – 3 pm ET
  • Location: Accor Arena, Paris, France

It’s time for another UFC event, and this time around, UFC Fight Night is headed to Paris to see heavyweights Ciryl Gane and Serghei Spivac face off in the ring. UFC Paris also features a co-main event: Manon Fiorot vs. Rose Namajunas, plus more Fight Night action worth tuning in for. If you’re looking for ways to watch UFC Paris: Ciryl Gane vs. Serghei Spivac, know this: UFC Fight Night will stream exclusively on ESPN+ this weekend. Don’t want to miss out on the action? Here’s how to watch this Saturday’s foreign fight, including adjusted start times for the time difference, Gane vs. Spivac fight card details, how to stream the UFC Paris prelims more.

The biggest question surrounding European phenom Sasha Vezenkov was answered in different ways during his introductory press conference Thursday in Sacramento.

How will the 6-foot-9 forward fit in the Kings’ system?

Vezenkov sat next to Kings general manager Monte McNair as the two tried to, in the simplest form, answer the question of the summer.

“You’ve heard me say it before about our goal, going into the offseason and continuing to build on the success that we had last year,” McNair began. “And after watching Sasha play over the years, and getting to see him live and getting to know him, I’m confident he’s going to be a great fit here and help us continue to achieve those goals.

“He’s got incredible shooting, size, IQ, just a winner. EuroLeague MVP, Greek league champion, EuroLeague No. 1 seed and finalist, so he’s had a ton of success on the international stage and we’re excited to see him carry that over to the NBA.”

Of course, it needs to be seen to know for sure, but Vezenkov’s fit solely basketball-wise is close to perfect with Sacramento.

Last season, the Kings ran a historically incredible offense built off pace, moving and cutting. With Domantas Sabonis or De’Aaron Fox at the helm, their non-stop moving schemes allowed for easy buckets in the paint or wide-open shots beyond the arc.

When watching film of Vezenkov with Olympiacos over the last couple of years, especially last season, the Bulgarian big man constantly moved without the ball to find ways to get open. And he would make defenders pay for giving him just the slightest amount of room with the rock in his hand.


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