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Published: March 27, 2021 (4 weeks ago)

UFC 260 goes down tonight (Sat. March 27, 2021) from Las Vegas, Nevada at the UFC Apex facility and we have the results. The world’s leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion compiled an excellent card for fight fans to enjoy. It’s headlined by a meeting between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou in a heavyweight title bout.

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Their first fight took place on January 20, 2018 at the UFC 220 pay-per-view event from TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The fight got a lot of promotion, but Miocic made it known that he felt disrespected because he never received the same amount of support Ngannou did from the promotion. Miocic dominated Ngannou for the entire fight, which went 25 minutes and saw Stipe dominate his opponent with takedowns. As a result, Stipe won the fight to break the record for most consecutive title defenses for the heavyweight championship.

The co-headliner will see a bout between. Sean O’Malley vs. Thomas Almeida, Gillian Robertson vs. Miranda Maverick, and Khama Worthy vs. Jamie Mullarkey finishes out the main card.

It’s certain to have a great night of fights. Check back later tonight for MMA News’ UFC 260 results below:UFC 260 is set to get going this weekend from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 27th. There is a five-bout main card highlighted by a heavyweight title fight between defending champ Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou in a rematch, but plenty of fights are worth watching throughout the night.

Prior to the main event, Tyron Woodley will look to get back on track against Vicente Luque in a welterweight bout. Also on the main card, Miranda Maverick will square off against Gillian Robertson in a women’s flyweight fight in a bout that was supposed to take place at UFC 258 but was postponed due to a non-COVID illness for Robertson.

The early prelims will start at 7:30 p.m. ET with the prelims at 8 p.m. ET. The main card is expected to begin at 10 p.m. ET with the Miocic-Ngannou fight to close it out.

The main card for UFC 260 will be live streamed on ESPN+ PPV, which will cost $69.99 for the full card. The link provides an option for simply buying the card or buying the Disney Plus bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+.

The early prelims for UFC 260 will be live streamed on UFC Fight Pass, and are free for those that pay monthly for the channel. The four-fight preliminary card for UFC 260 will air on ESPN and ESPN+, and is free to all subscribers. But everyone will need to pay for the last five fights on the main card, and that will be $69.99 added to your credit card by ESPN. You can click on the buy portion of the app to get the show in full.

Oftentimes, when a UFC champion has enjoyed the level of success that heavyweight Stipe Miocic has, the topic of motivation comes up.

For instance, what keeps Miocic going, when he already has defended his title more times than any heavyweight in UFC history? What’s fueling that fire, when he already knows what it’s like to lose his title and win it back? When we’re already calling him the greatest heavyweight of all time? When his next opponent, Francis Ngannou at UFC 260 on Saturday, is a man he already dominated once before, five rounds to none?

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These are all fair questions for the champ, but going into this weekend, Miocic’s level of motivation isn’t being questioned. Why not?

UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou

Stipe Miocic, the man many consider MMA’s heavyweight GOAT, is back to defend the UFC heavyweight championship against the best knockout artist in the sport, Francis Ngannou. Miocic has spent the past three years in a trilogy with Daniel Cormier. Ngannou has spent the past three years waiting for this opportunity.

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UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou
• Saturday, March 27, UFC Apex, Las Vegas
• Main card: 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+ PPV
• Prelims: 8 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN+
• Early prelim: 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN/ESPN+

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The answer probably has something to do with the fact that Miocic always has an obvious source of motivation going into fights. And that motivation is that, somehow, we continue to doubt this guy.

Despite all of his accomplishments, Miocic (20-3) is a betting underdog this weekend against Ngannou (15-3) — just as he was in his past two fights against Daniel Cormier and in his first fight with Ngannou back in 2018. Ahead of this weekend’s title fight, the eighth of Miocic’s career, much of the focus is, again, on the other guy — as it was the first time he and Ngannou fought.

“I love shutting people up,” Miocic said on the UFC’s “Countdown” show, one of the promotion’s primary marketing tools ahead of every pay-per-view. “My whole life.”

There are similarities between UFC 260 and UFC 220, at which Miocic beat Ngannou over five rounds in Boston — and then took the championship belt from Dana White before the UFC president could wrap it around him, because Miocic wanted his head coach, Marcus Marinelli, to do it instead.

Whether or not anyone wants to admit it, there was a feeling in 2018 that the UFC (and maybe the sport, in a broader sense) was ready to move on from Miocic to Ngannou. There was an unmistakable feeling of “us against the world” radiating from Team Miocic, and you can’t tell me that didn’t underline Miocic’s act of taking the belt that night from White.

And even though going into this weekend everyone would agree Miocic is the greatest heavyweight of all time, it’s very telling that the first thing you hear from him on the “Countdown” show is, “I love shutting people up.” If there’s a silver lining in not getting your due respect, perhaps it’s that motivation is never a problem.

Tyron Woodley aka ‘The Chosen One’ is all set to take on Vicente Luque at UFC 260. The former UFC welterweight champion has lost his last three fights, and now he is training hard to end his losing streak.

‘The Chosen One’s head coach, Din Thomas, has a lot of coaching experience as he has trained many UFC fighters. Currently, he is working hard to prepare Woodley physically and mentally to end his slump. Thomas was one of the primary coaches at the American Top Team from 2015 to 2020, and was behind Woodley’s rise to the top of the division.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – MAY 30: Tyron Woodley battles Gilbert Burns in a welterweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on May 30, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)
In 2020, Thomas departed from ATT to groom other UFC fighters who he couldn’t while he was affiliated with ATT. However, he has remained by ‘The Chosen One’s side.

Daryl Cobb has been Woodley’s training partner throughout his training camp for his fight at UFC 260. Former Maximum Fighting Championship Lightweight Champion, Antonio McKee, is also helping Woodley ahead of his UFC 260 co-main event appearance.

Eric Brown is the boxing coach for Woodley’s training camp for UFC 260. Brown has been in his corner for a long time and guided him to his submission win against Darren Till at UFC 228.

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“The Chosen One” Tyron Woodley trains with Francis Ngannou
While an interview with Helen Yee Sports last month, Woodley revealed he had done some training with ‘The Predator‘. ‘The Chosen One’ claimed that Ngannou’s sheer strength blew him away.