Israel Adesanya vs Alex Pereira middleweight title bout is set to headline UFC 281 PPV event this Saturday, November 12, 2022.
A plethora of marquee on-air talents will guide the viewers through the experience at this event. The list of these talents and the broadcast plans of UFC 281 is out and it can be checked out below.
UFC 281 will start with the early prelims at 6 PM ET followed by the televised prelims at 8 PM ET. The main card of this event will start at 10 PM ET and will be available to stream on ESPN+ and air on pay-per-view for US residents.
UFC commentator Jon Anik will share the hosting duties along with veteran broadcaster Brian Custer at UFC 281. Retired UFC fighter Paul Felder and heavyweight challenger Anthony Smith will serve as the desk analyst.
Bruce Buffer will return to do what he does best after a long gap as he will serve as the octagon announcer at UFC 281.
Megan Olivi, an experienced UFC correspondent, will also return at this event to continue her duties as a roving reporter. She will conduct pre and post-fight interviews and will provide real-time updates on the event.
Jon Anik will serve as the leading man on the mic and will be responsible for commanding play-by-play alongside UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier and Joe Rogan.