UFC Fight Night Moscow Promotional Splash Zabit & KattarSource: UFC

This weekend, UFC Fight Night travels around the world to Russia, and it features a top five ranked featherweight fighting in his home country. UFC Fight Night Moscow won't be available on any traditional channels on cable. You can stream all the action live by watching Zabit vs. Kattar in UFC Fight Night Moscow exclusively on ESPN+.

When is UFC Fight Night Moscow: Zabit vs. Kattar?

UFC Fight Night Moscow: Zabit vs. Kattar is broadcasting from the CSKA Arena in Moscow on Saturday, Nov. 9. This Fight Night is available exclusively on ESPN+, with the Prelims starting at 11 a.m. Eastern time and the Main Card beginning at 2 p.m. Eastern.

UFC Fight Night Moscow: Zabit vs. Kattar — The Main Event Preview

Zabit "ZaBeast" Magomedsharipov (17-1) is the fifth ranked featherweight fighter in the UFC, and he's quickly made an impact on the promotion. Zabit has only been in the UFC for five fights, yet he already has a "Fight of the Night" and two "Performance of the Night" awards. Prior to joining the UFC, Zabit fought in local Russian promotions, including the Absolute Championship Berkut, which means he will have the home crowd behind him. Zabit is a strong betting favorite, with odds around -300.

Calvin Kattar sits atop of a UFC cageSource: @CalvinKattar on Twitter

Calvin "The Boston Finisher" Kattar (20-3) is the eleventh ranked featherweight fighter in the UFC, and his career has many similarities to Zabit's career. He fought in local promotions close to his home in the New England area. Like Zabit, he joined the UFC in 2017, and has had five fights in the promotion so far. Kattar has won a "Fight of the Night" award. They've even been on the same fight card at UFC 223.

Kattar vs. Zabit was originally scheduled as the co-headline of the Oct. 18 UFC Fight Night, but an injury delayed the match. Now, it has been bumped up to the headliner here, after an injury forced dos Santos vs. Volkov to be cancelled. Which fighter will handle the main event spotlight best?

Check out the official UFC Moscow preview of Zabit vs. Kattar.

UFC Fight Night Moscow: Zabit vs. Kattar Schedule and Fight Card

Here's the schedule for this UFC Fight Night airing exclusively on ESPN+. (All time Eastern)

  • Prelims 11 a.m.
  • Main Card 2 p.m.
  • Post Show 5 p.m.

The full fight card, as always subject to change, is as follows:

Main Card

  • Zabit Magomedsharipov (17-1) vs. Calvin Kattar (20-3)
  • Alexander Volkov (30-7) vs. Greg Hardy (5-1)
  • Zelim Imadarv (8-1) vs. Danny Roberts (16-5)
  • Khadis Ibragimov (8-1) vs. Ed Herman (25-14)
  • Ramazan Emeev (18-3) vs. Anthony Rocco Martin (16-5)
  • Shamil Gamzatov (13-0) vs. Klidson Abreu (15-3)


  • Magomed Ankalaev (11-1) vs. Dalcha Lungiambula (10-1)
  • Rustam Khavilov (23-4) vs. Sergey Khandozhko (27-5-1)
  • Roman Kopylov (8-0) vs. Karl Roberson (8-2)
  • Abubakar Nurmagomedov (15-2-1) vs. David Zawada (16-5)
  • Alexander Yakovlev (24-8-1) vs. Roosevelt Roberts (8-1)
  • Jessica-Rose Clark (9-5) vs. Pannie Kianzad (12-5)
  • Grigorii Popov (13-2) vs. Davey Grant (9-4)

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