UFC Kansas City 2023 will feature former UFC featherweight champion and No 2 ranked contender Max Holloway vs No 4 ranked Arnold Allen, check out all the details including date, time, live stream, fight card, tickets, and more
Holloway is among the greatest featherweights in the UFC, and he will be making his first Octagon appearance of 2023.
UFC Kansas City fight night on 15th April 2023 date, time, tickets, fight card, venue, live stream
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Arnold Allen vs Max Holloway
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🚨| The UFC event on April 15th headlined by Max Holloway vs. Arnold Allen will take place at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City.
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Besides the main event, there are several other fights lined up, with the featherweight clash between No. 14 ranked Edson Barboza and Billy Quarantillo set to be an interesting matchup.
wUFC Kansas City 2023 Holloway vs. Allen
The UFC Kansas City 2023 Holloway vs. Allen will take place on 15 April 2023 at around 9:00 am IST.
UFC Kansas City 2023 Holloway vs. Allen
Holloway (23-7, fighting out of Waianae, Hawaii), currently holds the divisional records for most wins (18) and most finishes (10). He also has the longest win streak with 13, and has a total strikes landed of 2,872.
Meanwhile, Allen who has a 19-1 record, will be fighting out of Trimley St. Martin, Suffolk, England. He will be looking to deliver his best performance in arguably the biggest opportunity of his MMA career.
Allen has a good record, as he stands undefeated in the UFC ever since joining back in 2015. Allen worked his way up to the Top 5 rankings following wins against Calvin Kattar, Dan Hooker, and Gilbert Melendez.
Edson Barboza vs Billy Quarantillo
Meanwhile Barboza (22-11, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) an explosive striker, has so far delighted fans with his finishes over Shane Burgos, Dan Hooker, and Terry Etim. He will be looking to become the first person to KO Quarantillo in the UFC.
Quarantillo (17-4, fighting out of Tampa, Fla.), is a rising contender, known for his relentless cardio and pace. He will be looking to break his way into the Top 15 for the first time in his career. Quarantillo has previously won against Alexander Hernandez, Gabriel Benitez, and Kyle Nelson.
UFC Kansas City fight card
|Azamat Murzakanov (12-0) vs Dustin Jacoby (18-6-1)|
|Tanner Boser (20-9-1) vs Ion Cutelaba (16-9-1 1NC)|
|Pedro Munhoz (19-7 2NC) vs Chris Gutierrez (19-3-2)|
|Bill Algeo (16-7) vs TJ Brown (17-9)|
|Zak Cummings (24-7) vs Ed Herman (27-15 1NC)|
|Clay Guida (38-19) vs Rafa Garcia (15-3)|
|Gillian Robertson (11-7) vs Piera Rodriguez (9-0)|
|Brandon Royval (14-6) vs Matheus Nicolau (19-3-1)|
|Bruna Brasil (8-2-1) vs Denise Gomes (6-2)|
|Aaron Phillips (12-4) vs Gaston Bolanos (6-3)|
|Lando Vannata (12-6-2) vs Daniel Zellhuber (12-1)|
|Joselyne Edwards (12-4) vs Lucie Pudilova (9-6)|
UFC Kansas City 2023 live broadcast and fight timings
Fight fans can watch the live broadcast of the UFC Kansas City 2023 main card on ESPN and ESPN Deportes. They can also watch the simulcast in either English or Spanish on ESPN+, starting at 8:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM PT. ESPN+ will begin the live streaming of the UFC Kansas City prelims at 5:30 PM ET / 2:30 PM PT.
UFC Kansas City 2023 how to buy tickets
Tickets for the UFC Kansas City 2023 Holloway vs Allen went on sale today, Friday, March 3, 10 AM CT. Fans can purchase their tickets at AXS.com. Fans should also note that ticket sales are limited to only eight tickets (8) per person.
Meanwhile, UFC Fight Club members were given the opportunity to purchase their tickets by Wednesday, March 1 at 10 AM CT through the website www.ufcfightclub.com.
Prior to the general ticket sales, fans also got access to a special Internet ticket pre-sale. The tickets were only available to UFC newsletter subscribers on Thursday, March 2 at 10 AM CT.
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