UFC Fight Night LIVE RESULTS: Stream, TV channel and UK start time for Smith vs Teixeira – latest updates

UFC is back and we've another Fight Night for you direct from Jacksonville.

Following on from an epic evening at UFC 249, there's another stacked card tonight as Anthony Smith and Glover Teixeira top the bill.

  • Start time: Prelims underway, Main Card – 2am BST
  • TV channel/Live stream FREE: BT Sport 2/BT Sport app (EE customers watch FREE)

Follow all the brutal action from the Sunshine State below… 

Main card

  • Main event: Anthony Smith vs Glover Teixeira (light heavyweight)
  • Ben Rothwell vs Ovince Saint Preux (heavyweight)
  • Alex Hernandez vs Drew Dober (lightweight)
  • Ricky Simon vs Ray Borg (bantamweight)


  • Andrei Arlovski vs Philipe Lins (heavyweight)
  • Michael Johnson vs Thiago Moises (lightweight)
  • Sijara Eubanks vs Sarah Moras (women's bantamweight)
  • Omar Morales beats Gabriel Benitez by unanimous decision
  • Brian Kelleher beats Hunter Azure by second round KO
  • Chase Sherman beats Ike Villanueva by second round TKO
  • SICK

    Gabriel Morales somehow finished that fight with a giant hole in his leg…


    The undefeated 10-0 ace said: “He is a tough Mexican fighter, he did what I expected but I had a great camp.

    “I took the fight and delivered.

    “I did my homework, studied hard and I knew I had to pick the right moments to counter.”



    The judges say: 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28 all to Morales!

  • ROUND 3

    Benitez pings a one-two into Morales and he replies with a flying knee that is blocked.

    Morales throws two long straight punches that score and Benitez retreats.

    Benitez throws a right hand and then a liver punch and a bodykick.

    Morales ends the session on the front foot but Venezuela vs Mexico ends with two granite men standing tall.

  • ROUND 3

    The comms team cannot split these two warriors.

    Benitez is leaking blood but Morales has a welt under his eye.

    Morales boots the Mexican twice in the ribs but then takes a dig to the ribs.

    Benitez lands with a couple of punches but Morales is solid.

  • ROUND 2

    The second stanza ends with Benitez nursing a growing gash on his leg and blood all over his left foot.

    Moggly is told to keep his hands up and be quicker, with more velocity.

    The third starts with Benitez missing a chunk of flesh from his tattooed left leg.

  • ROUND 2

    Benitez suffers an accidental eyepoke but he does not want a break or medical attention.

    Morales has defended all of the Mexican's massive kicks perfectly, so far.

    Benitez has a gash on his left leg after a series of his kicks were blocked.

    And Morales scores with a big right hand before catching another kick and trying to counter.

  • ROUND 1

    Gabriel Benitez keeps having to brush his hair out of his eyes, the top-knot is not working in so many ways.

    Morales' left cheekbone is reddening now as the opener ends in a clinch.

    Morales' corner tell him to work on combinations and say his speed is superior.

  • ROUND 1

    Southpaw Mexican Benitez throws a left-kick to Morales' body but does not obvious damage.

    Kickboxer Morales just grazed his opponents head with a rasping highkick.

    Both men are throwing terrifying headkicks and one of them could soom decide the fight in sensational fashion.

  • ROUND 1

    Miamia-based Morales has been racking up submission wins but has proven he can strike too.

    Benitez, the Mexican nicknamed Moggly, is the underdog tonight but has all the experience.

    Benitez is supposed to be a killer kicker at any weight.


    Omar Morales wants to take his record to 10-0 next in his lightweight clash.

    Gabriel Benitez has moved up a weight class, from feather, to compete in Jacksonville tonight.

    Bentiez is walking into fight No29 and is a proven gatekeeper and will not let the new guy take advantage.


    Big win, big talk…

  • BOOM

    Brian Kelleher was happy with that shift…


    Ireland's Paul Felder has used a shortcut for his commentary job tonight….


    Brian Kelleher must have impressed the UFC kingpin…


    Brian Kelleher: “I am always a slow starter but, as soon as I found my range and confidence, it was a different fight.

    “The lefthook was picture perfect.”


    Brian Kelleher connected with a left-hook from hell and then managed to squeeze in one quick hammerfist to make sure Azure was done.

    A brilliant win against an 8-0 gut with all the physical advantages.

    Kelleher's sweet left hook made a sickening sound in the empty Florida arena.

  • ROUND 2


    Some grappling up against the octagon wall with Azure in control.

    Kelleher works out of the clinch and lands with punches and headkick.

    Then he landed a giant left hook that utterly iced Hunter Azure.

  • ROUND 2

    Kelleher has blood cleared out of his nose and is told to look for more overhand rights by his corner.

    Kelleher scores with the right hand instantly but Azure hurls hooks back.

    Azure defends a kick but then ships a right hand but responds with a punch and knee combo.

  • ROUND 1

    Daniel Cormier, on ringside comms, things the lack of crowd means fighters are unable to use directions from their corner properly.

    DC thinks fights will soon have to start speaking in code to stop giving their opponents warnings.

    Azure is wedged up against he cage wall but breaks away and misses with a haymaker.

    Bell ends the opener as Azure clips Kelleher with a left hand.

  • ROUND 1

    Legkicks exchanged early, Azure connecting cleanest early on.

    Kelleher launches a multi-punch attack but fails to score.

    Azure nailed an uppercutand then palmed away a headkick attempt.

    Kelleher has failed with a couple of takedown attempts now.


    Azure is younger with the height and reach advantages.

    But Kelleher, with 10 defeat on his CV, oozes experience at the top level.

    Phoenix favourite Azure is tipped for an impressive career.

  • KFC vs UFC

    Chase Sherman had a helluvan analogy for his latest win…


    Azure by decision?

    Kelleher on points?


    Featherweight UFC stars Hunter Azure and Brian Kelleher up next and fans do not know how to call it.

    Both men can wrestle but there is not loads of power on show.

    Kelleher has been an MMA pro since 2011 but Azure is unbeaten at 8-0.

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