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UFC Fight Night featuring Silva vs. Hall live stream, fight card, how to watch, odds, predictions

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The UFC returns home to Las Vegas on Saturday with UFC Fight Night featuring a couple of veterans in Uriah Hall and Anderson Silva in the main event.

This will most likely be the last fight for Anderson Silva as he takes on Uriah Hall in the Main Card. Silva is looking to go out with a win as he’s lost the last two fights and has gone 1-6 in his last eight fights.  Hopefully, Silva gets his send off as a UFC winner tonight.

You don’t want to miss this fight, here is everything you need to know to stream the UFC action tonight!

UFC Fight Night 181

Uriah Hall (-233) vs. Anderson Silva (+190)

Date: Saturday, October 31 Location: APEX, Las Vegas, Nevada Main Card: 7:00 pm ET Live Stream: ESPN+ (Sign Up Now)

UFC fight card

Main Card (7 PM ET, ESPN+)

Middleweight: Uriah Hall (-223) vs. Anderson Silva (+180)

Featherweight: Bryce Mitchell (-152) vs. Andre Fili (+125)

Heavyweight: Maurice Greene (+250) vs. Greg Hardy (-323)

Middleweight: Kevin Holland (-625) vs. Charlie Ontiveros (+450)

Lightweight: Bobby Green (-313) vs. Thiago Moises (+250)

UFC Odds and Betting Lines

UFC odds courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook.  Odds updated last on Saturday at 8:45 a.m. ET

Uriah Hall (-233) vs. Anderson Silva (+190)

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UFC Exclusively on ESPN+

ESPN is the exclusive destination for UFC and all of its pay-per-view events, meaning that you will have to have an ESPN+ subscription as well as purchase the PPV event.  The fight alone is $64.99 but if you buy the Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle and the fight it costs $84.98, which is savings of over 25%.

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