Joe Rogan on call for final PPV of 2021

The UFC schedule continues today with UFC 269 on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

As constantly, some marquee on-air skill will exist to assist guide audiences through the experience.

Information of who will be working as analysts and experts for each occasion have actually been obtained by mixed martial arts Addict through an individual with understanding of the strategies, and you can see the set up broadcast group listed below.

UFC 269 broadcast

T-Mobile Arena hosts UFC 269

UFC 269’s primary card airs on pay-per-view/streams through ESPN+ pay-per-view for locals in the U.S. start at 10 p.m. ET.

Televised prelims on ESPN2 start at 8 p.m. ET following early prelims, which are tentatively slated to start at 6:00 p.m. ET and stream on ESPN+.

UFC 269 desk experts

Chael Sonnen

Veteran broadcasters Michael Eaves and Jon Anik will divide tasks as desk hosts on the post-fight program. They’ll be signed up with by three-time UFC title opposition [autotag]Chael Sonnen[/autotag] and existing light heavyweight competitor [autotag]Anthony Smith[/autotag].

UFC 269 roving press reporter

Megan Olivi

Long time UFC reporter Megan Olivi will perform pre- and post-fight interviews backstage with a few of the professional athletes on the card, in addition to report extra real-time updates for the occasion.

UFC 269 octagon commentator

Bruce Buffer

The most popular octagon commentator will do his thing as soon as again, as Bruce Buffer will present the fighters prior to fight.

UFC 269 cageside analysts

Jon Anik

Jon Anik will function as the leading guy on the mic from cageside, and he will command play-by-play along with color analysts Joe Rogan and previous two-division UFC champ [autotag]Daniel Cormier[/autotag].

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.