Darren Till is set to take on Jorge Masvidal in a massive night of UFC action in London this weekend.
‘The Gorilla’ is determined to make 2019 his year following last September’s defeat to Tyron Woodley in Texas and gearing up for his welterweight showdown with Masvidal at the O2 Arena.
Here’s everything you need to know to catch the big show.
Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal: When is it and where?
The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 16.
The preliminary bouts will start at around 6pm with the main fight expected to get going at around 10pm.
It is being held in the O2 Arena in London with a capacity crowd of 20,000 fans expected to be in attendance.
talkSPORT will be running a live blog of all the action on night, to find out more please click here.
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Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal: How to watch and stream
The night’s action will be shown live on BT Sport 1 with their coverage of the prelims starting at 6pm. Their coverage of the main card begins at 8pm.
BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the fight for free on desktop computers or laptops via the company’s website or app.
Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal: Full card
Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal – Welterweight
Leon Edwards vs Gunnar Nelson – Welterweight
Volkan Oezdemir vs Dominick Reyes – Light Heavyweight
Nathaniel Wood vs Jose Alberto Quinonez – Bantamweight
Danny Roberts vs Claudio Silva – Welterweight
Jack Marshman vs John Phillips – Middleweight
Arnold Allen vs Jordan Rinaldi – Featherweight
Marc Diakiese vs Joseph Duffy – Lightweight
Nicolae Negumereanu vs Saparbek Safarov – Light Heavyweight
Tom Breese vs Ian Heinisch – Middlewieght
Danny Henry vs Dan Ige – Featherweight
Molly McCann vs Priscila Cachoeira – Women’s Flyweight
Mike Grundy vs Nad Narimani – Featherweight
Darren Till vs Jorge Masvidal: What have the fighters said?
Till told talkSPORT: “My heart is pumping right now. Jorge is here in the room with me and I’m here to fight. Fighting is a fearful business.
“Obviously, I’m terrified and nervous, butterflies, happiness – all of those emotions. That’s how every fighter in this room feels right now. They might not say it, but I’ll say it.”