UFC Fight Night 204 Fight Card

The UFC’s ‘Fight Night’ series finally steps away from the APEX facility in Las Vegas and heads back overseas this coming Saturday, March 17th, with UFC Fight Night 204 set to take place in London, England and we’ve got the full fight card below.

Headlining the show will be heavyweight action as rising UK star Tom Aspinall looks for his fifth win in a row since joining the UFC when he goes up against Alexander Volkov, who is coming off a decision win over Marcin Tybura.

The co-main event features another in-form UK fighter, with Arnold Allen riding an eight-fight unbeaten run in the UFC ahead of his clash with Dan Hooker, who drops down to featherweight after losing three of his last four fights against tough competition at 155lbs.

Marked out as a potential breakout star in the UK, Paddy Pimblett picked up a KO win in his UFC debut and now goes up against Rodrigo Vargas, who is 1-2 in his UFC run so far.

After well over two years out of action, Gunnar Nelson returns to the Octagon looking to end a two-fight losing streak when he locks horns with Takashi Sato, who has a 2-2 record in the UFC.

Two Russian heavyweights also fight on the main card as Shamil Abdurakhimov tries to get back to winning ways against Sergei Pavlovich, who has won two in a row via strikes, but hasn’t fought since 2019.

Opening up the main card will be Scotland’s Paul Craig, who has gone five fights without defeat and now matches up with Nikita Krylov, who has been alternating between wins and losses for the past few years.

Check out the full UFC Fight Night 204 card below.

Main Card

Tom Aspinall vs Alexander Volkov

Dan Hooker vs Arnold Allen

Paddy Pimblett vs Rodrigo Vargas

Gunnar Nelson vs Takashi Sato

Shamil Abdurakhimov vs Sergei Pavlovich

Paul Craig vs Nikita Krylov


Jack Shore vs Timur Valiev

Mike Grundy vs Makwan AmirKhani

Molly McCann vs Luana Carolina

Mo Mokaev vs Cody Durden

Nathaniel Wood vs Liudvik Sholinian

Cory McKenna vs Elise Reed

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