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UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann - Live stream, TV channel, instant full fight replay link, spoiler-free info and prelim card details on BT Sport
The light-heavyweights take centre stage in Las Vegas as former title challenger Anthony Smith looks to make it three wins on the spin against Ryan Spann, exclusively live on BT Sport this Saturday night.
We're back at the UFC APEX this weekend as two light-heavyweight contenders go toe-to-toe seeking to move up the rankings towards a spot in the top five as Anthony Smith faces Ryan Spann.
Smith looks to have rebounded after tough back-to-back losses against Glover Texeira and Aleksandar Rakic with an impressive pair of wins against Devin Clark and Jimmy Crute and will be eyeing a second shot at UFC gold if he can maintain his winning streak through another couple of contenders.
But Ryan Spann is no mug, having won five of his six UFC bouts to date since joining the promotion on the back of his success in Dana White's Contender Series.
Elsewhere, the ever-entertaining Ion Cutelaba takes on Devin Clark in what promises to be another light-heavyweight war on the main card, while viral KO star Joaquin Buckley looks to bounce back from defeat last time out in a middleweight match-up against Antonio Arroyo.
With all that, plus much more, coming your way on BT Sport this weekend, here's all the info you need to watch UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann.
When is UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann
The event will be shown exclusively live at 10pm (12am main card) on Saturday 18 September on BT Sport 1 HD and across our digital platforms.
UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann Fight Card
Anthony Smith vs Ryan Span - Light heavyweight
Ion Cutelaba vs Devin Clark - Light heavyweight
Ariane Lipski vs Mandy Bohm - Women's flyweight
Arman Tsarukyan vs Christos Giagos - Lightweight
Joaquin Buckley vs Antonio Arroyo - Middleweight
Nate Maness vs Tony Gravely - Bantamweight
UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann prelims
Nikolas Motta vs Cameron VanCamp - Lightweight
Mike Rodriguez vs Tafon Nchukwi - Light heavyweight
Pannie Kianzad vs Raquel Pennington - Women's bantamweight
Zhu Rong vs Brandon Jenkins - Lightweight
Montel Jackson vs JP Buys - Bantamweight
Erin Blanchfield vs Sarah Alpar - Women's flyweight
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You can also watch a replay of the fight card on BT Sport on Sunday night. Check the TV Guide for more information.
How to live stream UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann on a phone or tablet
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How to live stream UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann on a laptop
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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Smith vs Spann on TV
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