UFC 210: Fight card, odds, date, time, TV schedule, PPV info

In his mind Cormier knows he lost his two fights with Jon Jones, but if Jones was on something were the fights really fair?

AlthoughDaniel Cormier is seeking his fourth straight win and is defending his light heavyweight belt,Anthony Johnson is favored to dethrone him and avenge a previous head-to-head loss back in 2015.

The twobattledfor the belt vacated byJon Jones back at UFC 187 with Cormier scoring a submission victory in the third round.

Cormier, who hasn't fought since defeatingAnderson Silvaat UFC 200 last July, is 18-1 in his UFC career while the taller "Rumble" Johnson has won 12 of his last 13 fights.

Cormierweighed in at 206.2 pounds at theUFC 210early weigh-ins Friday, over the required 205 limit. He was able to lose1.2 pounds in the two-hour weigh-in window and met weight with just five minutes to spare, causing a bit ofcontroversy. Johnson met weight at203.8 pounds, meaning the fight is officially on.

Here's what you need to know about UFC 210:

What day and time is UFC 210?

Saturday, April 8 at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York.Pay-per-view broadcast begins at 10 p.m. ET

Who ison the UFC 210main card?

UFC 210 main card odds

NOTE: Asterisk next to our projected winner



Weight class

Anthony Johnson -125

Daniel Cormier (c) -105*

Light heavyweight title

Gegard Mousasi -120

Chris Weidman -110*


Patrick Cote -160*

Thiago Alves +130


Will Brooks -240*

Charles Oliveira +190


Who is on the UFC 210undercard?

UFC 210 preliminary card odds



Weight class

Myles Jury -405

Mike de la Torre +335


Kamaru Usman -310

Sean Strickland +260


Shane Burgos -225

Charles Rosa +190


Jan Blachowicz -120

Patrick Cummins +100

Light heavyweight

How can I watch UFC 210?

UFC.tv is carrying the pay-per-view portion of the event. Cost is $59.99. Prelims can be seen beginning at 8p.m. ET on FS1.

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