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.
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.
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.
|UFC on ESPN 5||Covington vs Lawler||Aug 4, 2019||Prudential Center||Newark, New Jersey, USA|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 14||Shevchenko vs. Carmouche||Aug 11, 2019||Antel Arena||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|UFC 241||Cormier vs Miocic||Aug 18, 2019||Honda Center||Anaheim, California, USA|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 15||Andrade vs Zhang||Sep 1, 2019||Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre||Shenzhen, Guangdong, China|
|UFC 242||Khabib vs Poirier||Sep 8, 2019||The Arena, Yas Island||Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 158||Cowboy vs Gaethje||Sep 15, 2019||Rogers Arena||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 159||Rodriguez vs Stephens||Sep 22, 2019||Arena Ciudad de México||Mexico City, Mexico|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 160||Hermansson vs Cannonier||Sep 29, 2019||Royal Arena||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|UFC 243||Whittaker vs Adesanya||October 5, 2019||Marvel Stadium||Melbourne, Australia|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 161||Jedrzejczyk vs Waterson||Oct 13, 2019||Amalie Arena||Tampa, Florida, USA|
|UFC on ESPN+ 6||Reyes vs Weidman||Oct 19, 2019||TD Garden||Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 162||Maia vs Askren||Oct 26, 2019||Singapore Indoor Stadium||Kallang, Singapore|
|UFC 244||Masvidal vs Diaz||Nov 3, 2019||Madison Square Garden||New York City, New York, USA|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 163||Dos Santos vs Volkov||Nov 10, 2019||CSKA Arena||Moscow, Russia|
|UFC ESPN+ Fight Night 164||Blachowicz vs Souza||Nov 17, 2019||Ginásio do Ibirapuera||São Paulo, Brazil|
|UFC ESPN 7||Overeem vs Harris||Dec 8, 2019||Capital One Arena||Washington D.C., USA|
|UFC 245||Holloway vs Volkanovski||Dec 15, 2019||T-Mobile Arena||Las Vegas, Nevada, USA|
|UFC Fight Night 165||Edgar vs Sun Jung*||Dec 21, 2019||Sajik Arena||Busan, South Korea|
|UFC||McGregor vs Cerrone||Jan 18, 2020||T-Mobile Arena||Las 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.
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