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How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Daukaus Live on December 18, 2021

Jeff Kotuby

American heavyweights Derrick Lewis and Chris Daukaus headline the latest UFC Fight Night. Lewis has won four of his last five fights and Daukaus enters with five straight wins, all by knockout, having not lost since March 2019. The odds are that we’ll see a knockout by one of these guys. You can watch Lewis/Daukaus and the other thrilling matches starting at 7 PM ET with a a subscription to ESPN+.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Lewis/Daukaus

  • When: Saturday, December 18 at 4 PM ET (prelims); 7 PM ET (main card)
  • Streaming: Watch with a a subscription to ESPN+

UFC Fight Night: Lewis/Daukaus

Lewis, who holds the UFC heavyweight record of 12 knockouts, has a great size advantage and more experience, but Daukaus has quickly made a name for himself as a superior technical striker with good movement and quick hands.

The co-main event stars longtime welterweight contender Stephen Thompson (16-5) against Belal Muhammad (19-3). Thompson, ranked #5, twice tried for the division belt but lost both to Tyron Woodley, in 2016 and ‘17. Muhammad, ranked #10, has been victorious in his last five bouts (there was also a no contest) since his last loss in January 2019.

UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Daukaus Card

Main Card

Card Matchup
Main Derrick Lewis vs. Chris Daukaus
Co-Main Stephen Thompson vs. Belal Muhammad
Undercard Amanda Lemos vs. Angela Hill
Undercard Raphael Assuncao vs. Ricky Simon
Undercard Diego Ferreira vs. Mateusz Gamrot
Undercard Cub Swanson vs. Darren Elkins
Card Matchup
Feature Dustin Stoltzfus vs. Gerald Meerschaert
Prelim Raoni Barcelos vs. Victor Henry
Prelim Justin Tafa vs. Harry Hunsucker
Prelim Sijara Eubanks vs. Melissa Gatto
Prelim Charles Jourdain vs. Andre Ewell
Prelim Raquel Pennington vs. Macy Chiasson
Prelim Don’Tale Mayes vs. Josh Parisian
Prelim Jordan Leavitt vs. Matt Sayles

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