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SPN India to telecast UFC 204 live in Indian sub-continent

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MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) is all set to broadcast the highly anticipated UFC 204 event in theIndian sub-continent. The volatile fight card will see current Middleweight Champion, Michael Bisping take on Dan Hendersonin the Middleweight bout.

The fight will be telecast live on 9 October at 07:30 pm on Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD. UFC 204 will also be available for live streaming on SonyLIV.

The fight card also features more high profile fights as well. Brazilian mixed martial artist Vitor Belfort will take on four time world champion, Gegard Mousasi in the Middleweight bout and Ovince Saint Preux will face Jimi Manuwa inthe Light Heavyweight division. With so much tension in the ring, UFC 204 is slated to showcase some of the most explosive face-offs the Octagon will ever see.

Michael Bisping is the first British mixed martial arts fighter to win a UFC championship which was at UFC 199. Bisping faced his present day UFC 204 opponent, Dan Henderson, a former Olympic wrestler, for the first time back in 2009 and was defeated in a brutal knockout in the second round. At UFC 204, Bisping looks to defend his title as he seeks revenge against Henderson.Henderson, on the other hand is going to give this fight his all as this may be the very last time he enters the Octagon as a fighter given his announcement of his retirement.

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