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Israel Adesanya returns to the middleweight division on Saturday night, defending his world championship in a rematch with Marvin Vettori in the main event of UFC 263. That is just one of two title fights scheduled to go down at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.

Adesanya and Vettori first did battle in 2018, with Adesanya winning a split decision in just his second trip to the Octagon. In his most recent outing, Adesanya attempted to become a two-division champion, moving to light heavyweight to challenge champ Jan Blachowicz and losing a decision. He now returns to his home division to battle an old foe who has spent years calling for the rematch.

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The co-main event sees a second title fight, this one in the flyweight division. Champion Deiveson Figueiredo will put his title back on the line against Brandon Moreno in a rematch six months in the making. The two fought to a draw in an instant classic in December and look to settle the score on Saturday. Plus, fan favorite Nate Diaz is back in a featured bout against top welterweight contender Leon Edwards. The two will meet in the first non-title, non-main event five rounder in promotional history.

Below is all the information you need to catch the UFC 263 event on Saturday night. 

How to watch UFC 263 prelims

Date: June 12 | Location: Gila River Arena -- Glendale, Arizona
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (try for free)

How to watch UFC 263 main card

Date: June 12 | Location: Gila River Arena -- Glendale, Arizona
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Stream: ESPN+ | Price: $69.99

Now, here's a look at the UFC 263 main fight card and betting odds via William Hill Sportsbook.

UFC 263 main card, odds


Israel Adesanya (c) -260

Marvin Vettori +210

Middleweight championship

Deiveson Figueiredo (c) -220

Brandon Moreno +180

Flyweight championship

Leon Edwards -550

Nate Diaz +400


Belal Muhammad -220

Demian Maia +180


Jamahal Hill -270

Paul Craig +220

Light heavyweight