UFC On ESPN 24 Fight Card

UFC On ESPN 24 takes place this coming Saturday night and you can check out the full fight card below.

The event has suffered some major set-backs in recent times, starting with the main event between TJ Dillashaw and Cory Sandhagen being scrapped due to the former champion suffering an injury, while behind-the-scenes drama led to Diego Sanchez not only being pulled from his co-main event retirement bout with Donald Cerrone, but also being released from the promotion.

So, late changes have taken place and while it’s not yet been officially confirmed, reports suggest that a fight between Michelle Waterson and Marina Rodriguez will headline the show.

Meanwhile, in the co-main event, Donald Cerrone now faces a late replacement in Alex Morono, who is coming off a loss to Anthony Pettis.

There’s meaningful welterweight action on the main card, with the No.9 ranked Neil Magny looking to bounce back from a loss last time out when he fights the current No.10, Geoff Neal.

Both Maurice Greene and Marcos Rogerio de Lima will be looking to get back in the win column in their heavyweight match-up.

After well over a two-year absence since being KO’d by Kevin Lee, Gregor Gillespie returns against Carlos Diego Ferreira, who lost by split decision against Beneil Dariush earlier in the year.

Opening up the main card will be Amanda Ribas, who saw her four-fight winning streak come to an end last time out, going up against Angela Hill, who beat Ashley Yoder just a couple of months ago.

Check out the full UFC On ESPN 24 fight card below.

Main Card

Michelle Waterson vs Marina Rodriguez
Donald Cerrone vs. Alex Morono
Neil Magny vs. Geoff Neal
Maurice Greene vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima
Carlos Diego Ferreira vs. Gregor Gillespie
Angela Hill vs. Amanda Ribas


Ben Rothwell vs. Philipe Lins
Phil Hawes vs. Kyle Daukaus
Ludovit Klein vs. Michael Trizano
Junyung Park vs. Tafon Nchukwi
Zarrukh Adashev vs. Ryan Benoit
Christian Aguilera vs. Carlston Harris

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