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There’s only a few more days before the epic trilogy between Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor is complete. The two will meet in the main event of UFC 264 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas atop a loaded fight card on Saturday night. They will also go face-to-face on Thursday at the press conference for the first time since their meeting in Abu Dhabi earlier this year.
Poirier shocked many with his thrilling second-round TKO of McGregor in January, but he stunned even more when he chose to pursue a trilogy bout with the Irishman over a chance at the lightweight title. The belt was left vacant shortly after his win when Khabib Nurmagomedov affirmed his decision to retire to UFC president Dana White. Now, a win for either man likely earns them a shot at new champion Charles Oliveira later this year.
Poirier has truly rolled through opposition since the first meeting in 2014, amassing an 11-2 (1 NC) record that includes seven stoppages. His two losses have come against former champion and all-time great Khabib Nurmagomedov and Michael Johnson. Poirier also picked up wins over five former titleholders (interim or full) in that 13-fight span. McGregor, meanwhile, is just 3-3 since 2016 with all three losses coming by stoppage.
At UFC 264, one man will have their hand raised and will claim superiority in the rivalry nearly seven years after it began. Below is the complete fight card with the latest odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Stay tuned to this page throughout the build up to the event for the latest news, analysis and info.UFC 264 fight card, odds
Dustin Poirier -130 vs. Conor McGregor +110, lightweight
Stephen Thompson -155 vs. Gilbert Burns +130, welterweight
Tai Tuivasa -130 vs. Greg Hardy +110, heavyweight
Irene Aldana -120 vs. Yana Kunitskaya +100, women’s bantamweight
Sean O’Malley -800 vs. Kris Moutinho +550, bantamweight
Max Griffin -190 vs. Carlos Condit +160, welterweight
Michel Pereira -160 vs. Niko Price +135, welterweight
Dricus Du Plessis -115 vs. Trevin Giles -105, middleweight
Ilia Topuria -230 vs. Ryan Hall +190, featherweight
Jennifer Maia -180 vs. Jessica Eye +155, women’s flyweight
Brad Tavares -165 vs. Omari Akhmedov +140, middleweight
Zhalgas Zhumaglov -330 vs. Jerome Rivera +260, flyweight
Alen Amedovski -135 vs. Hu Yaozong +115, middleweight
UFC 264 info
Date: July 10
Location: T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas
Start time: 10 p.m. ET (Main card) | 8 p.m. ET (prelims) | 6 p.m. (early prelims)
How to watch: ESPN+ PPV ($69.99)
UFC 264 countdown
Campbell: Why it’s now or never for McGregor on the elite level
Brookhouse: Three best bets to consider on this loaded fight card
McGregor admits to looking past Poirier in January rematch
Brookhouse: What a second win over McGregor would mean for Poirier
Fellow fighters, celebrities give their picks for the main event
White: McGregor an ‘all-time great’ with wins in next two fights
Brookhouse: Breaking down each fight on the main card
War of words continues as McGregor vows to make Poirier ‘pay’
Campbell: Five biggest storylines to watch in Las Vegas