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UFC 200: Start time, TV schedule and what to read for Lesnar vs. Hunt

UFC 200 takes place Saturday ight inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. It features women's Bantamweight champion Miesha Tate, who will attempt to defend her 135-pound belt for the first time ever against No. 4-ranked contender Amanda Nunes in the pay-per-view (PPV) main event of the evening. That bout replaces the rematch between Light Heavyweight champion, Daniel Cormier, and interim title holder, Jon Jones, which was scrapped just days ago because "Bones" was flagged for a potential doping violation. Cormier still remains on the PPV main card, but will instead compete in a three-round non-title match against former Middleweight champion, Anderson Silva.

UFC 200's PPV main card, which will start promptly at 10 p.m. ET, will feature three other fine matches. In the co-main event, WWE superstar Brock Lesnar will return from a five-year layoff from UFC competition to see if he can still hang with the most dangerous men in the world when he locks horns with K-1 kickboxing Grand Prix champion, and mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran, Mark Hunt. UFC 200 will also feature an interim Featherweight title fight between former champions Jose Also and Frankie Edgar (Lightweight), as well as a pivotal Heavyweight clash between Cain Velasquez and Travis Browne.

To check out the complete UFC 200: "Lesnar vs. Hunt" fight card and line up, click here.

As is always the case, UFC will also deliver a complete "Prelims" undercard that features seven bouts, four of which will air on FOX Sports 1, beginning at 8 p.m. ET. The remaining three will stream on its subscription-only online digital network, "Fight Pass," starting at 6:30 p.m.

Below are the numerous ways in which you can watch UFC 200: "Lesnar vs. Hunt" later tonight (all times ET):

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Online:

Fight Pass (Early "Prelims), starting at 6:30 p.m. (Exclusions: Brazil, Libya, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Somalia.)
FOX Sports 1 ("Prelims" on FOX Sports 1), starting at 8 p.m, streaming on Fight Pass. (Exclusions: United States, Canada, Brazil, United Kingdom, Italy, San Marino, Brazil, Latin America, Barbados, Jamaica, Libya, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Somalia.)
UFC.TV (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m.
YouTube (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m. (United States, Canada, Australia, Philippines, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Austria, Belgium, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, Russia, Argentina and Mexico only.)

Cable/Satellite:

FOX Sports 1 ("Prelims"), starting at 8 p.m. (Channel Finder)
DirecTV and Dish (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m.
On your television (PPV main card), starting at 10 p.m. (contact your local cable provider)

Tablet/Mobile:

Android Market
App Store

Local Area:

Bar / Restaurant (Check your area here)

You can also watch UFC 200 through your television or set-top box, including Apple TV and Roku, as well as through a video game console such as PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.

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SB Nation combat sites will also cover the entire event in our live UFC 200: "Lesnar vs. Hunt" threads herehere and here. Updates will begin with the first fight at 6:30 p.m., and run right through the main event that will likely start sometime around midnight.

In the meantime, get up to speed on all things UFC 200, including previews, predictions, interviews, breakdowns, videos, analysis and so much more. Be sure to check out the most comprehensive collection of stories available anywhere for "Lesnar vs. Hunt" right here.