With all of sports shut down around the world, UFC is set to become the first organization back in action on Saturday night when UFC 249 kicks off from Jacksonville, Florida. UFC returns with a loaded fight card as it kicks off a stretch where three separate fight cards will take place over eights days, all from the same arena as they look to get back on track.

Things got a little hairy on Friday night when it was announced that preliminary card fighter Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza tested positive for COVID-19. He was seen wearing a mask and gloves throughout the weigh-in process on Friday morning and gave a fist bump to UFC president Dana White before a socially distant staredown with opponent Uriah Hall. The fight has been removed from the card and with the sanctioning body's blessing, the show will go on.

And what a card it will be as UFC has loaded up this event with fan-friendly fighters who will go out there and lay it all on the line. In the main event, Tony Ferguson will take on Justin Gaethje for the interim lightweight title. Plus, bantamweight champ Henry Cejudo will take on former strapholder Dominick Cruz in the co-main event and heavyweight sluggers Francis Ngannou and Jair Rozenstruik will get the featured slot with a shot at the heavyweight title on the line.

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Below is all the information you need to catch the UFC 249 event on Saturday night. For complete coverage, analysis and results of the fight card, head over to our UFC 249 live blog.

How to watch UFC 249 prelims

Date: May 9 | Location: VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena -- Jacksonville, Florida
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Stream: Watch ESPN | Channel: ESPN

How to watch UFC 249 main card

Date: May 9 | Location: VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena -- Jacksonville, Florida
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Stream: ESPN+ | Price: $64.99

Now, here's a look at the UFC 249 main fight card and betting odds via William Hill Sportsbook.

UFC 249 main card, odds


Tony Ferguson -190

Justin Gaethje +160

Interim lightweight title

Henry Cejudo -220

Dominick Cruz +180

Bantamweight title

Francis Ngannou -280

Jairzinho Rozenstruik +230


Calvin Kattar -240

Jeremy Stephens +200


Greg Hardy -195

Yorgan De Castro +165


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