This week's UFC Fight Night comes from Austin, Texas, as Calvin Kattar and Josh Emmett go head-to-head in the main event on Saturday night.
The two featherweights are hoping to move a step closer to a title shot, and a win for either fighter will undoubtedly give them every chance of fighting for gold before the end of 2022.
What: Calvin Kattar v Josh Emmett
Where: Moody Center, Austin, Texas
When: 03:00am, Sunday 19th June 2022
How to watch: BT Sport
Odds: Calvin Kattar 2/5, Josh Emmett 2/1
American Kattar will take on fellow countryman Emmett in the early hours of Sunday, 19th June.
Sunday's main card should start at 12:00am UK time, while the main event cagewalks are due to take place at 03:00am. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.
Sunday's featherweight clash takes place at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas.
Yes, the prelims and main card will be available to watch on BT Sport.
At present, Kattar remains the favourite for Sunday's fight. At 34, "The Boston Fighter" is three years younger than Emmett and he will fancy his chances of getting the job done this weekend.
There is no belt on the line this weekend in Sunday's main event in Texas, but a win for either fighter could mean they get a title shot in their next outing.
Kattar secured an impressive decision in his last fight against Giga Chigadze three months ago, while Emmett has won four contests in a row thanks to his success over Dan Ige last December.
Calvin Kattar - 28 fights, 23 wins (11 KOs), 5 defeats
Kattar made his debut in 2017 at UFC 214, beating Andre Fili by unanimous decision. He won his first two fights before losing to Renato Moicano, before then winning two more bouts.
In the early stages of his career, Kattar struggled to build momentum, but he has now lost just one of his last four outings.
That defeat came to Max Holloway in January 2021, but Kattar is likely to shine on the big stage, having been involved in Fight of the Night on four occasions.
Josh Emmett - 19 fights, 17 wins (6 KOs), 2 defeats
Emmett's UFC debut came in 2016 in the Netherlands, where he beat Jon Tuck via a split decision. Like Kattar, he won two on the spin before losing, with Emmett unable to get past Desmond Green.
He has since only lost to Jeremy Stephens, and his last defeat in the UFC came in 2018.
Emmett has since won four fights on the spin, two of those via knockout, and he will hope to spring a surprise in the early hours of Sunday morning.
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