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What time does UFC Fight Night: Korean Zombie vs. Ige main card start?

The UFC brings a Saturday show from their facility in Las Vegas with a six-fight main card. But at what time does it begin?

Chan Sung Jung also known as the Korean Zombie attends the press conference of the mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that is planned to take place in December in Busan, Korea at Grand Hilton Seoul Hotel on October 17, 2019 in Seoul, South Korea. Photo by Woohae Cho/Zuffa LLC

The UFC gets back to the Apex facility in Las Vegas for another UFC Fight Night card Saturday, June 19th live on ESPN+.

The main event brings in two featherweights looking to get a shot at Alexander Volkanovski’s title at 145 lbs. when No. 4 Chan Sung Jung, aka Korean Zombie, takes on No. 8 Dan Ige live on ESPN+.

Jung is 16-6 career, and despite being one of the most popular mixed martial artists anywhere thanks to his following abroad, he’s just 6-5 in a UFC octagon. He lost his last bout to Brian Ortega in unanimous decision last October.

Ige has continued to outperform expectations in the octagon, as “50K” is 15-3 in MMA and has won six of his last seven in the UFC. Both fighters are high-energy and with exciting knockout power, so this should be a good one. Right now Ige is a -125 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook, making Zombie the +105 underdog.

The co-main event is at heavyweight, where legendary fighter and No. 15-ranked Aleksei Oleinik will take on Serghei Spivac. “The Boa Constrictor” Oleinik 59-15-1 at age 44, but has lost four of his last six in the octagon, and might be fighting for his contract here. However the 36-year-old Spivac is the favorite, with a 12-2 record and -240 odds compared to a +185 price for Oleinik.

Here are the start times and fight list for the UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige for June 19 at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Main card, 7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN+:

No. 4 Chan Sung Jung vs. No. 8 Dan Ige: Featherweight

No. 15 Aleksei Oleinik vs. Serghei Spivac: Heavyweight

Marlon Vera vs. Davey Grant: Bantamweight

Julian Erosa vs. SeungWoo Choi: Featherweight

Wellington Turman vs. Bruno Silva: Middleweight

Matt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima: Welterweight

Preliminary card, 4:00 p.m. ET, ESPN+:

Aleksa Camur vs. Nicolae Negumereanu: Light Heavyweight

Kanako Murata vs. Virna Jandiroba: Women’s Strawweight

Khaos Williams vs. Matthew Semelsberger: Welterweight

Josh Parisian vs. Roque Martinez: Heavyweight

Joaquim Silva vs. Ricky Glenn: Lightweight

Casey O’Neill vs. Lara Procopio: Women’s Flyweight