The complete 2019 UFC schedule of fights

It's the fastest growing sport in the world and each UFC event delivers an unmissable fight night if you know when to tune in.

Last updated:

Picture not described

Update: The next big fight is UFC 245 with three title fights. Headlined by Usman vs Covington, Australian Alexander Volkanovski also fights Max 'blessed' Holloway for the featherweight title.

Whether it goes the distance or is a first-round knockout, each UFC event is an epic experience. A UFC fight night usually involves upwards of 12 fights, always with one - but sometimes with two - title bouts included. Whether it's the men or the women, you can be guaranteed of blood and brutality.

Clarity on when and where the next year of UFC events and UFC fight nights will unfold is often cloudy. The schedule rarely looks more than a few months ahead with confidence, although fans who keep an ear close to the ground usually have some accurate predictions on what we can expect further down the track.

If you live in Australia, we have a comprehensive guide to all your options for watching UFC. While the Main Card of each UFC event and UFC fight night is generally reserved for the pay-per-view services, there are some fights – usually the whole Undercard - you can watch through Kayo Sports or via Foxtel, too. In fact, as both of these services offer free trials, if you're a new customer you can usually watch part of a UFC event for free.

Store Discount

Stream Kayo Sports for 14 days FREE and no-lock-in contract

Take Kayo Sports' Basic or Premium plan for a spin and stream over 50 sports live completely free for 14 days.

Last verified

Get deal

Below you will find all of the known UFC events for 2019 as of the time of writing. We will be coming back and revisiting this page when new announcements emerge, so it's worth bookmarking.

* These fighters are only rumoured at this stage and have yet to be confirmed. This includes the next big Conor McGregor fight. Check back to see if the combatants have changed for these UFC events closer to the date.

ContestMain EventDateVenueLocation
UFC on ESPN 5Covington vs LawlerAug 4, 2019Prudential CenterNewark, New Jersey, USA
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 14Shevchenko vs. CarmoucheAug 11, 2019Antel ArenaMontevideo, Uruguay
UFC 241Cormier vs MiocicAug 18, 2019Honda CenterAnaheim, California, USA
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 15Andrade vs ZhangSep 1, 2019Shenzhen Universiade Sports CentreShenzhen, Guangdong, China
UFC 242Khabib vs PoirierSep 8, 2019The Arena, Yas IslandAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 158Cowboy vs GaethjeSep 15, 2019Rogers ArenaVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 159Rodriguez vs StephensSep 22, 2019Arena Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City, Mexico
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 160Hermansson vs CannonierSep 29, 2019Royal ArenaCopenhagen, Denmark
UFC 243Whittaker vs AdesanyaOctober 5, 2019Marvel StadiumMelbourne, Australia
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 161Jedrzejczyk vs WatersonOct 13, 2019Amalie ArenaTampa, Florida, USA
UFC on ESPN+ 6Reyes vs WeidmanOct 19, 2019TD GardenBoston, Massachusetts, USA
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 162Maia vs AskrenOct 26, 2019Singapore Indoor StadiumKallang, Singapore
UFC 244Masvidal vs DiazNov 3, 2019Madison Square GardenNew York City, New York, USA
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 163Dos Santos vs VolkovNov 10, 2019CSKA ArenaMoscow, Russia
UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 164Blachowicz vs SouzaNov 17, 2019Ginásio do IbirapueraSão Paulo, Brazil
UFC ESPN 7Overeem vs HarrisDec 8, 2019Capital One ArenaWashington D.C., USA
UFC 245Holloway vs VolkanovskiDec 15, 2019T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, USA
UFC Fight Night 165Edgar vs Sun Jung*Dec 21, 2019Sajik ArenaBusan, South Korea
UFCMcGregor vs CerroneJan 18, 2020T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, Nevada, USA

Update: Brian Ortega has been injured. He was slated to fight the Korean Zombie 21 December in the main event of Fight Night 165. Ortega has since been replaced by Frankie Edgar.

When is Conor McGregor fighting next?

Connor McGregor's next UFC fight is on 18 January 2020 his opponent is still set to be determined.

Latest streaming headlines

Was this content helpful to you? No  Yes

Related Posts

Ask an Expert

You are about to post a question on finder.com.au:

  • Do not enter personal information (eg. surname, phone number, bank details) as your question will be made public
  • finder.com.au is a financial comparison and information service, not a bank or product provider
  • We cannot provide you with personal advice or recommendations
  • Your answer might already be waiting – check previous questions below to see if yours has already been asked

Finder only provides general advice and factual information, so consider your own circumstances, or seek advice before you decide to act on our content. By submitting a question, you're accepting our Terms of Use, Disclaimer & Privacy Policy and Privacy & Cookies Policy.
Ask a question
Go to site