UFC will present its third PPV event of this year, UFC 285, this Saturday, March 4. Jon Jones will make his long-awaited return and will face Cirly Gane in the main event for the UFC heavyweight title.
Daniel Cormier and Joe Rogan will return to call this PPV event. Below are the entire broadcast team and plans for UFC 285.
The main card of UFC 285 will air on pay-per-views and will be available to stream on ESPN+ for US residents. The main card is scheduled to begin at 10 PM ET. The early prelims are tentatively scheduled for 5.30 PM ET whereas the televised prelims will begin at 8 PM ET.
Current 205-pound contender Anthony Smith and the former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans will serve as desk analysts at UFC 285 this Saturday.
The most famous octagon announcer Bruce Buffer will be present at UFC 285 to introduce the fighters before their respective bouts.
A longtime UFC correspondent in the form of Megan Olivi will serve as the roving reporter of the event. She will conduct pre and post-fight interviews of the athletes and will also provide real-time updates on the event this Saturday.
The og commentary team will return to call UFC 285. Jon Anik will be the leading man on the mic and will call the event alongside the color commentator Joe Rogan and UFC Hall of Famer Daniel Cormier