The Uttarakhand’s native MMA fighter, Anshul Jubli will be making his UFC debut today. Anshul will be making his debut against Mike Breeden today On 21 October,2023.
Anshul Jubli vs Mike Breeden’s fight will be a major attraction for the Indian audience as Anshul is the first Indian to fight at UFC. However, Anshul’s opponent Mike Breeden recently faced some problems regarding his weight as he missed 1.58 kgs.
But the fighter Anshul cleared that he will fight against Mike Breeden only as he took to his Instagram where he reported his manager’s story which declared that he will face Mike Breeden on Saturday.
Anshul Jubli vs Mike Breeden Live streaming and Telecast
The Indian MMA fighter Anshul Jubli will face Mike Breeden in UFC 294, which will take place in the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi today, October 21, 2023. The live streaming will start from 07:30 PM onwards; however, the match between Ansul and Mike will take place at 11:30 PM onwards.
The fight will be televised on Sony Sports Ten 1, Sony Sports Ten 3, and Sony Sports Ten 4 (Tamil and Telugu), and the fans can even stream the match live on Sony Liv.
In other countries, the match will be streamed live on ESPN+, Reddit, and Crackstream. The telecast of the match will be streamed according to different time zones and according to their geographical restrictions.
Who is Anshul Jubli?
Anshul Jubli, also known as the King of Lions, is an Indian MMA fighter who was born on January 13, 1995, at 28 years old. He natively belongs to Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand. He is currently signed to the lightweight division of the UFC.
In 2022, Anshul entered the Road to UFC Lightweight Tournament, where he made it into the semifinals after defeating Patrick Sho Usami. He also defeated Kyung Pyo Kim, the South Korean fighter, in the semi-finals.
Later, he fought against Indonesia’s Jeka Saragih in the finals at the UFC. Anshul won the fight, earned Performer of the Night, and also signed a contract with the UFC. He became the second person from India to sign the UFC contract and to fight in the UFC after Bharat Khandare.