UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 live streaming results, discussion, play by play for preliminary card

Join us today (Saturday, July 29th) on Bloody Elbow for live results, discussion, round scoring and play-by-play for UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Headlining this tripleheader of title fights is the highly anticipated light heavyweight championship rematch between current titleholder Daniel Cormier and the only man to ever defeat him in MMA, former champion Jon Jones. The co-main event pits welterweight champion Tyron Woodley against Brazilian challenger Demian Maia, while Cris Cyborg fights Tonya Evinger for the vacant UFC women’s featherweight title.

This post will cover the preliminary card. The featured bout of the prelims sees featherweight contender Ricardo Lamas take on rising star Jason Knight, while former bantamweight champion Renan Barao battles Aljamain Sterling in at a 140-pound catchweight.

UFC Fight Pass will broadcast the opening three preliminary card bouts, beginning at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM PT. They then move over to FXX (not FX, FXX) at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT for the other four prelims bouts. The five-fight PPV main card kicks off at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT and are covered in a separate post. The full prelims lineup and schedule follows. Check out this week’s MMA Vivisection for predictions, analysis and betting odds on the each match up.

Watch UFC 214 — Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier start time, live stream, PPV price

Much has been made about the rematch between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones, largely because of their scuffles outside of the Octagon. Jones defeated Cormier by unanimous decision at UFC 182, and their last two scheduled fights have been canceled. The first cancelation was due to an injury from Cormier, whereas the second was because Jones tested positive for doping midweek and was pulled from the bout three days before UFC 200 last summer.

Things have been hotly contested between the two ever since, with Jones telling Cormier he would “make him cry” again. Jones is currently a large favorite to go 2-0 against the current light heavyweight champ. In the co-main events, Tyron Woodley looks to defend his welterweight belt against Demien Maia, while Cris Cyborg will be facing off against Tonya Evinger in a featherweight title bout. You can see the fight card below with the latest odds from Bovada.

Favorite Underdog Weightclass
Jon Jones (-270) Daniel Cormier (+210) Light heavyweight title
Tyron Woodley (-205) Demien Maia (+165) Welterweight title
Cris Cyborg (-1200) Tonya Evinger (+700) Featherweight title
Robbie Lawler (-160) Donald Cerrone (+130) Welterweight
Jimi Manuwa (-185) Volkan Oezdemir (+150) Light heavyweight
Jason Knight (-130) Ricardo Lamas (+100) Featherweight
Aljamain Sterling (-135) Renan Barao (+105) Bantamweight
Renato Moicano (-140) Brian Ortega (+120) Featherweight
Andre Fili (-335) Calvin Kattar (+275) Featherweight
Alexandra Albu (-155) Kailin Curran (+135) Women strawweight
Jarred Brooks (-155) Eric Shelton (+135) Flyweight
Drew Dober (-345) Joshua Burkman (+265) Welterweight

FXX will carry the prelims beginning at 8 p.m. ET, while the main card will get underway at 10 p.m. ET. The action will all be at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. To watch the PPV portion of the proceedings, you can order it on  UFC.TV for $59.99, or look at the UFC’s site to see which bars nearby will be streaming the fights. You can also order the show through your local cable provider on your TV for the same price as the stream.