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Brandon Moreno vs. Brandon Royval 2 is the headline of the main card of UFC Fight Night in Mexico City on Saturday, Feb. 24. The main card is scheduled to start at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT. 

Moreno vs. Royval 2 is a flyweight rematch. Moreno won the first meeting via TKO at UFC 255 on Nov. 21, 2020.

The 5-foot-7 Moreno is from Mexico, and he enters the match with a 21-7-2 record. Moreno lost his most recent bout in a split decision loss to Alexandre Pantoja at UFC 290 on July 8, 2023. The 5-foot-9 Royval is from the United States, and he comes into the showdown with a record of 15-7. Royval’s most recent bout also ended in a loss to Pantoja, who won in a unanimous decision at UFC 296 on Dec. 16, 202. 

The co-main event features Yair Rodriguez vs. Brian Ortega in a featherweight bout. Mexico’s Rodriguez enters the bout with a 16-4 record, and Ortega of the United States comes in with a 15-3 record. Rodrigue defeated Ortega in a TKO when the two fought previously on July 16, 2022.

Other matchups on the main card are Mexico’s Daniel Zellhuber vs. Argentina’s Francisco Prado (lightweight); Mexico’s Raul Rosas Jr. vs. America’s Ricky Turcios (bantamweight); Mexico’s Yazmin Jauregui vs. America’s Sam Hughes (women’s strawweight); and Mexico’s Manuel Torres vs. Scotland’s Chris Duncan (lightweight). 

UFC Fight Night: Moreno vs. Royval 2 schedule and streaming service

The main card of UFC Fight Night headlined by Brandon Moreno vs. Brandon Royval is scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN+ at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT on Saturday, Feb. 24. ESPN+ broadcasters are scheduled to be Brendan Fitzgerald (play-by-play), Paul Felder (analyst), and Daniel Cormier (analyst).  

Preliminary bouts are scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, and those are also scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN+. 

Bouts on the undercard include Mexico’s Cristian Quinonez vs. Brazil’s Raoni Barcelos (bantamweight); Mexico’s Jesus Aguilar vs. Brazil’s Mateus Mendonca (flyweight); Mexico’s Edgar Chairez vs. Brazil’s Daniel Lacerda (flyweight); Peru’s Claudio Puelles vs. France’s Fares Ziam (lightweight); Mexico’s Ronaldo Rodriguez vs. Ukraine’s Denys Bondar (flyweight); Mexico’s Victor Altamirano vs. Brazil’s Felipe Dos Santos (flyweight); Venezuela’s Erik Silva vs. Tajikistan’s Muhammad Naimov (featherweight). 

Streaming is the only way to watch UFC Fight Night on Saturday.

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