UFC on ESPN 25 start times and fight card: Korean Zombie vs Ige

Las Vegas – UFC continues its run of events at UFC APEX with a thrilling featherweight matchup, as fan favorite and No. 4 ranked contender Chan Sung Jung looks to add another exciting victory to his resume when he faces No. 8 Dan Ige. In the co-main event, heavyweight grapplers clash as No. 15 Aleksei Oleinik meets Serghei Spivac.  

will take place Saturday, June 19 from UFC APEX in Las Vegas. ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ will carry the entire event, with the main card beginning at 7 p.m. ET/ 4 p.m. PT and the prelims at 4 p.m. ET/ 1 p.m. PT.

Featherweight star Jung (16-6) fighting out of Seoul, South Korea intends to deliver another impressive performance and continue working towards a UFC title shot. Beloved for his aggressive fighting style, Jung has finished an impressive 14 of his 16 wins, including his last nine victories in a row over the likes of Frankie Edgar, Dustin Poirier, and Renato Moicano. He now looks to start his 2021 campaign on a high note by becoming the first person to stop Ige.

Ige (15-3) fighting out of Haleiwa, Hawaii has wasted little time propelling himself towards the top of the stacked UFC featherweight division. He established himself as one of the best in the world with a highly entertaining six-fight win streak that featured victories over Edson Barboza, Mirsad Bektic and Danny Henry. Ige now looks to follow up his devastating 22-second knockout of Gavin Tucker from earlier this year with another highlight-reel performance in his second UFC main event.

No. 15 ranked heavyweight Oleinik (59-15-1) fighting out of Moscow, Russia aims to get back to his winning ways and prove that he is still one of the elite of the division. Among the most prolific grapplers in heavyweight MMA history, Oleinik has secured a staggering 46 submissions in his career, including his Performance of the Night-earning victories over Junior Albini, Mark Hunt and Maurice Greene. He now has his sights set on taking out another up-and-coming contender and defending his spot in the rankings.

Spivac (12-2) fighting out of Chisinau, Moldova plans on making a statement and show that he is the next top contender at heavyweight. One of the youngest athletes in the division, he debuted in the UFC at only 24 years old and quickly separated himself from the pack with wins over Tai Tuivasa, Carlos Felipe and, most recently, Jared Vanderaa. Spivac now intends to add the biggest name yet to his resume and breaking into the top 15.

Welterweight veterans clash as Tim Means (31-12-1, 1 NC) fighting out of Albuquerque, N.M. faces Danny Roberts (17-5) fighting out of Liverpool, England.

No. 15 ranked UFC bantamweight contender Marlon Vera (16-7-1) fighting out of Chone, Manabi, Ecuador returns to action against Davey Grant (13-4) fighting out of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England. Wellington Turman (16-4) fighting out of Curitiba, Parana, Brazil, and Bruno Silva (19-6) fighting out of Paraiba, Brazil meet in a middleweight bout.

Fan-favorite Matt Brown (24-18) fighting out of Columbus, Ohio locks horns with fellow veteran Dhiego Lima (17-8) fighting out of Atlanta, Ga. at welterweight. Dana White’s Contender Series signee Aleksa Camur (6-1) fighting out of Broadview Heights, Ohio battles Nicolae Negumereanu (9-1) fighting out of Brasov County, Romania at light heavyweight.

An exciting women’s strawweight bout sees No. 13 ranked Virna Jandiroba (16-2) fighting out of Feira De Santano, Brazil defend her spot in the rankings against Kanako Murata (12-1) fighting out of Tokyo, Japan. Khaos Williams (11-2) fighting out of Jackson, Mich. aims for another signature knockout against Matthew Semelsberger (8-2) fighting out of Ijamsville, Md. in a welterweight bout guaranteed to deliver action.

Featherweights Julian Erosa (25-9) fighting out of Las Vegas, Nev. and SeungWoo Choi (9-3) fighting out of Seoul, South Korea look to steal the show. Josh Parisian (13-4) fighting out of Howell, Mich. and Roque Martinez (15-7-2) fighting out of Tamuning, Guam collide at heavyweight.

Submission specialist Joaquim Silva (11-2) fighting out of Curitiba, Brazil hopes to add another post-fight bonus to his resume when he takes on Ricky Glenn (21-6) fighting out of Des Moines, Ia. Women’s flyweights look to make a statement as Casey O’Neill (6-0) fighting out of Gold Coast, Australia matches up with Lara Procopio (7-1) fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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