Fight Week UFC 260 Preview Show | Stipe Miocic v Francis Ngannou! | Welcome Michael Bisping!

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BT Sport published this video item, entitled “Fight Week UFC 260 Preview Show | Stipe Miocic v Francis Ngannou! | Welcome Michael Bisping!” – below is their description.

Francis Ngannou gets his chance at revenge as he faces the greatest Heavyweight in UFC history in Stipe Miocic at #UFC260.

Britain’s first UFC champion, Michael Bisping, is the new addition to the team and he joins Adam Catterall and Nick Peet to preview Saturday’s main event!

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