Lewis vs Spivak undercard, live stream, TV channel, fight time

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Tonight’s UFC card is headlined by a top 15 heavyweight clash between fan-favourite Derrick Lewis and young up-and-comer Serghei Spivak. No7 ranked Lewis is currently in a two-fight rut after breaking the UFC record for most knockout wins (13) by stopping Chris Daukaus in December 2021.

The Black Beast was finished by Tai Tuivasa and Sergei Pavlovich in back-to-back contests earlier this year and is now hoping to get back on track with a win over Spivak. In contrast to Lewis, Spivak has won his last two fights against Greg Hardy and Augusto Sakai.

Having come on leaps and bounds since his disastrous debut against Walt Harris, Spivak is starting to build some momentum behind him and a win against Lewis would do a lot in cementing his place among the upper echelons of the division.


UFC Fight Night 215 is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 19 and is being held at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas.

Fight time/live stream

The preliminaries kick off at 1am UK time with the main card from 3am on Sunday morning. Lewis vs Spivak is expected to take place around 5:30am thereafter.

The action will be shown on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting at midnight. All of the nights proceedings can be live streamed via the broadcaster’s app to all good internet-connected devices including smart TVs, tablets, mobile phones, and laptops.


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Main card

Derrick Lewis vs Serghei Spivak

Ion Cutelaba vs Kennedy Nzechukwu

Rodolfo Vieira vs Cody Brundage

Chase Sherman vs Waldo Cortes-Acosta

Andre Fialho vs Muslim Salikhov

Jack Della Maddalena vs Danny Roberts

Preliminary card

Charles Johnson vs Zhalgas Zhumagulov

Jennifer Maia vs Maryna Moroz

Vince Morales vs Miles Johns

Kevin Natividad vs Ricky Turcios

Vanessa Demopoulos vs Maria Oliveira

Brady Hiestand vs Fernie Garcia

Natalia Silva vs Tereza Bleda

William Knight vs Marcin Prachnio


Derrick Lewis: “This year, I trained probably the most I’ve ever done for both of my last fights, and they didn’t go my way. I did everything the right way and it didn’t go my way. I don’t know. I still trained even harder for this fight. We’ll see how things go Saturday.

“I believe that I can get the job done, even in the later rounds. I’m looking forward to the fourth and the fifth round. I’m looking forward to a main event fight.”

Serghei Spivak: “I’m still Serghei, I’m still not going to go ahead of myself and say ‘it doesn’t matter what happens in this fight’.

“I’m not going to look over this opponent. I’m going to concentrate on him for now, and then after the win I can see what happens.

“Of course, I’m looking for the top 10. I really like training here in Vegas, I like the sparring partners here, I like the places where I can train here.

“A lot of the fights are here so I don’t have to always switch the climate and adjust to that. I like being here in Vegas.”

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