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What Time is Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2? – Date & Time in US, UK, Australia, & India

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Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler

Nick Diaz makes his UFC return against Robbie Lawler in a five-round featured bout at UFC 266 inside T-Mobile Arena on September 25 in Las Vegas. Diaz will walk inside the Octagon after more than five years away from the cage, following the suspension after his fight against Anderson Silva.

It will be the second time in the history of the promotion that a featured bout will go down as a five-round bout. The first time around when UFC held a featured bout as a five-round bout was when Nate Diaz took on Leon Edwards in a five-round fight at UFC 263.

After interestingly 209 weeks into the first fight, Diaz and Lawler will once again share the cage. Lawler will look to put the first KO loss of his MMA career behind him, while Nick Diaz will look to prove that he still got it despite the many years away from the cage.

 

Needless to say, a lot of fight fans are excited to witness the return of Nick Diaz. So when is Nick Diaz fighting? When can we expect Nick Diaz to make the walk at UFC 266? Here’s everything you need to know. 

When is Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2?

Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2 will go down this weekend on September 25 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It will be the 18th event to take place inside T-Mobile Arena, and the 170th event to take place in Nevada, Las Vegas. 

 

Here’s are the timings for Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2 in the US, UK, Australia, and India

UK: 1 am (3 am main-card) overnight on Saturday 25 September. 

USA: The UFC 266: Volkanovski vs. Ortega main card pay-per-view launches at 10 p.m. ET/3 a.m. BST.

Australia: The main card of UFC 266 starts Sept 26, 12 noon AEST for fight fans in Australia. The prelims start Sept 26, 10 a.m.

India: Just like the Australian fans, it’s an early watch for Indian fans who can witness the UFC 266 main-card at 7:30 am on September 26.

Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2 is the third fight on the card. Many are calling it the main event. Be that as it may, in the main event we have Alexander Volkanovski defending his featherweight gold against Brian Ortega. In the co-main event, Valentina Shevchenko will look to add another name to her resume as she takes on Lauren Murphy for the flyweight gold.

 

Critical of Dana White's matchmaking abilities but always in awe of his business acumen, Nikhil Chauhan is always up for a chat related to MMA and Boxing.