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Aljamain Sterling has won nine fights in a row and will will be looking for his tenth against Sean O’Malley on Saturday, August 19 at 10:00 p.m. They will be fighting in the main event of two-title-bout UFC 292 on Saturday in Boston. Sterling vs. O’Malley: Free live stream, TV, how to watch UFC 292
O’Malley has not lost in his last four fights against tough matchups.
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What time will the game start? What TV channel will it be on? - Saturday’s fight will start at 10 p.m. ET from Boston. The fight will air on TV via ESPN+
one of the world’s leading watch brands, and UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, announce their newest collection of timepieces designed for fighters and fans alike, accompanied by a new “It’s Suga Time” campaign starring Timex ambassador and UFC bantamweight “Suga” Sean O’Malley.
In the campaign, O’Malley optimizes his training by hiring professional ninjas to attack him at any point throughout the day, with a Timex on his wrist as a reminder that it could happen at any moment. He’s training, even when he’s not, because it’s always ‘Suga Time’ when you’re fighting to be the Champ.
“We wanted to create something that was fun and that fans would love,” says Shari Fabiani, Sr. Vice President Brand & Creative at Timex Group, “and with Timex being from New England and Sean coming to Boston for the fight, there couldn’t have been a better time to launch this campaign. We’re excited for fans to continue the hype with us as we cheer him on at UFC 292.”
Rising star O’Malley will be sporting Timex as he prepares to take the Octagon at UFC 292 in Boston on August 19 against Aljamain Sterling for the World Bantamweight Championship. Among the most popular athletes in UFC, O’Malley has captivated fans with his performance and intends to make the most of his first title opportunity by landing another signature knockout.
“I’m honored and excited to continue supporting the Timex® and UFC partnership through our newest campaign, ‘It’s Suga Time,’ which will get our audience stoked for my upcoming fight and the fire watches that were just released,” says O’Malley.
As the first-ever Official Timekeeper and Watch Partner of UFC, Timex® continues its reputation for designing some of the toughest watches in the industry. Each watch in the collection is expertly engineered with legendary durability and best-in-class design. The result is an unbeatably tough, sport-centric wearing experience for any fighter and the only watch tough enough for UFC.
UFC 292 – Aljamain Sterling vs Sean O’Malley: Start time, live stream, TV channel and full card for epic title fight
ALJAMAIN STERLING puts his UFC bantamweight title on the line against Sean O'Malley - and the action unfolds THIS weekend.
The Funk Master hasn't tasted defeat since a Marlon Moraes loss in 2017.
And Sterling kept his phenomenal winning record going after beating former challenger Henry Cejudo by a split decision last time out.
However, the bantamweight icon will face an even tougher test when he comes up against rising star O'Malley.
But prior to that, the UFC 292 event has a thrilling full card that involves two-time women's strawweight champion Zhang Weili.
MAIN EVENT: Aljamain Sterling vs Sean O’Malley - UFC bantamweight title
CO-MAIN EVENT: Zhang Weili vs Amanda Lemos - UFC strawweight title
Ian Machado Garry vs. Neil Magny
Marlon Vera vs Pedro Munhoz
Mario Bautista vs Da'Mon Blackshear
Chris Weidman vs Brad Tavares
Gregory Rodrigues vs Denis Tiuliuin
Austin Hubbard vs. Kurt Holobaugh
Early preliminary card
Andre Petroski vs Gerald Meerschaert
Andrea Lee vs Natalia Silva
Karine Silva vs Maryna Moroz
A big night of Ultimate Fighting Championship action is set for Saturday night in Beantown, as two titles are up for grabs in what is shaping up to be an exciting pay-per-view.
The main event will be for the Bantamweight Championship, as Aljamain Sterling will defend this title once again, this time against Sean O’Malley.
This will be the fourth title for Sterling, since being awarded the belt in March 2021. Since then, he beat Petr Yan, T.J. Dillashaw and Henry Cejudo, all in main events. His win over Cejudo at UFC 288 this past May marked the most consecutive title defense, as a bantamweight, in UFC history. Sterling has a career record of 23-3, with 11 wins coming by knockout or decision. He is also looking to keep his nine-fight win streak intact.
O’Malley has managed to work his way up the charts to contend for a championship in the UFC for the first time. Though he has not fought since last October, the Montana native has had a massive influx of fans over his time in the promotion. A four-time Performance of the Night winner, O’Malley is on a five-fight unbeaten streak, with a 16-1-1 career record, 11 wins coming by knockout.
The other championship up for grabs sees Zhang Weili taking on Amanda Lemos for the Women’s Strawweight title.
This will be Weili’s first title defense since winning the belt for a second time last November, beating Carla Esparza via submission in UFC 281. Of the Chinese-born fighter’s last six bouts, five of which have been for the title. After losing to Rose Namajunas, twice, Weili has risen again to be the division champ. She comes into Boston with a 23-3 record, with 19 wins coming by knockout or submission.
Like O’Malley, Lemos is challenging for a title in the UFC for the first time. Following wins over Michelle Waterson and Marina Rodriguez, the Brazilian has moved up the ranks to be in the championship conversation. With a 13-2-1 record, Lemos has knocked out her opponent eight times.