- Main Card features Frankie Edgar “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung and Volkan Oezdemir vs. Aleksandar Rakic
- Main Card exclusively on ESPN+ at 5 a.m. ET
- Prelims on ESPN and ESPN Deportes beginning at 2:00 a.m. ET; Pre- and Post-Show exclusively on ESPN+
- ESPN+ available on the ESPN App, ESPN.com and connected TV devices. To subscribe, visit espnplus.com/ufc
UFC Fight Night on ESPN+: Edgar vs. The Korean Zombie in South Korea streams exclusively on ESPN+ this Saturday, December 21, at 5:00 a.m. ET from Sajik Arena, Busan in South Korea. The main event features a featherweight matchup between Frankie Edgar (22-7-1) and South Korea native Chan Sung Jung (15-5-0). Prior to the main card, Prelims will air on ESPN and ESPN Deportes starting at 2:00 a.m. ET. Every single fight on the card will be available for individual fight-by-fight replay on ESPN+ immediately following the fights.
A New Jersey native and former UFC lightweight champion, Frankie Edgar enters the Octagon as one of UFC’s most prolific athletes. He will look to rebound following a loss to Max Holloway in a featherweight title bout at UFC 240. Chan Sung Jung, who is coming off an impressive first-round knockout victory against Renato Moicano in June, will look to deliver a strong performance in front of his home country fans.
The co-main will pit former UFC light heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir against rising contender Aleksandar Rakic. Oezdemir rebounded from a three-fight losing streak in August, delivering an impressive second-round “Performance of the Night” KO win over Illir Latifi. He will attempt to keep his momentum going by stopping Rakic, who is currently 4-0 in the UFC.
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UFC Fight Night on ESPN: Edgar vs. Jung
Programming (All times ET)
|Fri, 12/20||5 a.m.||UFC Fight Night Pre-Show: Edgar vs. The Korean Zombie||ESPN+|
|Sat, 12/21||2 a.m.||Prelims||ESPN, ESPN Deportes|
|5 a.m.||Main Card||ESPN+, English and Spanish|
|8 a.m.||Post Show||ESPN+ Live and Replay|
Main Card and Prelims (All times ET)
|5 a.m.||Main||Frankie Edgar vs. Chan Sung Jung||ESPN+|
|Co-Main||Volkan Oezdemir vs. Aleksandar Rakic|
|Undercard||Dooho Choi vs. Charles Jourdain|
|Undercard||Da-un Jung vs. Mike Rodriguez|
|Undercard||Junyong Park vs. Marc-Andre Barriault|
|Undercard||Kyung Ho Kang vs. Liu Pingyuan|
|2 a.m.||Feature||Ciryl Gane vs. Tanner Boser||ESPN,
|Undercard||SeungWoo Choi vs. Suman Mokhtarian|
|Undercard||Dong Hyun Ma vs. Omar Morales|
|Undercard||Alexandre Pantoja vs. Matt Schnell|
|Undercard||Raoni Barcelos vs. Said Nurmagomedov|
|Undercard||Miranda Granger vs. Amanda Lemos|
|Undercard||AlatengHeili vs. Ryan Benoit|
*All fights available for individual replay on ESPN+
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