UFC 277 Commentary Team & Broadcast Plans Aannounced

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UFC 277 will be the eighth PPV event of UFC this year and will be headlined by Julianna Pena vs Amanda Nunes II. It is all set to take place from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, this Saturday. 

As usual, several marquee on-air talent will be present at the event in the form of desk analysts, roving reporters, commentators, and more. The list of these talents and broadcast plans for UFC 277 has been announced. MMA Junkie posted the list which can be checked out below. 

UFC 277 Broadcast Plans

The main card of UFC 277 will be available to air on pay-per-views. The residents in the US will also be able to stream it through ESPN+. It will begin at 10 PM ET following the televised prelims which are scheduled to start at 8 PM ET. Meanwhile, early prelims will tentatively begin at 6 PM ET. 

UFC 277 Desk Analyst

Michael Eaves, a veteran UFC broadcaster will serve as the host at UFC 277. Retired UFC fighters Alan Jouban and Din Thomas will join him as desk analysts. 

UFC 277 In-Ring Announcer

The best among the best in-ring announcers, Bruce Buffer will be the octagon announcer at the event on July 30. He will introduce the athletes before their respective bouts. 

Roving Reporter

Megan Olivi, a long-time UFC correspondent, will serve as the roving reporter at UFC 277 this Saturday. She will provide real-time updates and will also conduct interviews with athletes. 

Cageside Commentators

The leading man on the mic will be none other than Jon Anik. UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier and Joe Rogan will join him to command play-by-play at UFC 277.

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