On July 24 former UFC Bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw will make his return to the octagon after spending two years out for testing positive for performance-enhancing substances in 2018.
In his return bout, Dillashaw will look to cement himself at the top of the division once again by taking on the number two ranked Bantamweight contender Cory Sandhagen, who has put together two back-to-back highlight-reel knockouts since taking his first UFC loss to current champion Aljamain Sterling.
With title implications on the line, the main event will be joined by a stacked undercard with plenty of action in the Bantamweight division. The main card will kick off at 7 p.m. EST on Saturday, July 24, and here’s where you can catch it.
Where to watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Dillashaw
You can catch the action from UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Dillashaw live on both ESPN and ESPN+ with the main card kicking off at 6 p.m CT. Here is the main card as it stands.
- Bantamweight: Cory Sandhagen vs TJ Dillashaw
- Bantamweight: Kyler Phillips vs Raulian Paiva
- Featherweight: Darren Elkins vs Darrick Minner
- Women Flyweight: Miranda Maverick vs Maycee Barber
- Bantamweight: Adrian Yanez vs Randy Costa
The prelims will be broadcast live on ESPN and ESPN+ also and will kick off at 3 p.m. CT. Here is the preliminary card.
- Middleweight: Punahele Soriano vs Brendan Allen
- Middleweight: Nassourdine Imavov vs Ian Heinisch
- Welterweight: Mickey Gall vs Jordan Williams
- Bantamweight: Julio Arce vs Andre Ewell
- Women Flyweight: Sijara Eubanks vs Elise Reed
- Women Flyweight: Diana Belbita vs Hannah Goldy
Where can I watch UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Dillashaw outside of the US?
Those fight fans located outside the US can check out the action live on BT Sport 1 in the United Kingdom, and on the UFC Fight Pass app in other countries.