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MMA - Jan 16, 2018

What’s on PPV in January: circle these dates!

Get ready for two stellar fight nights – UFC 220 featuring heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou, plus the star-studded Royal Rumble 2018 – later this month

UFC 220: Miocic vs. Ngannou

Saturday, January 20 at 9:30 p.m. ET on Sportsnet PPV channels 348 (HD)/350 (SD)

The big boys are coming out to play at UFC 220 with a pair of titles on the line at TD Garden in Boston. The night’s headliner will be a heavyweight championship bout featuring a pair of knockout artists in current champion Stipe Miocic (17-2-0) and the challenger, Francis “The Predator” Ngannou (11-1-0). Miocic comes into the night having silenced his last four opponents with first-round knockouts, but he’ll have his hands full with Ngannou, referred to by some as “the scariest man in the history of the sport.” The light heavyweight title will also be up for grabs in Boston as champion Daniel “DC” Cormier (19-1-0) faces Volkan “No Time” Oezdemir (15-1-0) of Switzerland.

See UFC 220 live at TD Garden in Boston on Saturday, January 20 at 9:30 p.m. ET (pre-show) and 10 p.m. ET (event start) on SportsnetTM Pay Per View. Order through your remote on Channel 348 (HD) for $59.99 or on Channel 350 (SD) for $54.99 (in Hamilton on Channel 291 in HD or Channel 287 in SD). Ontario customers can also watch the event in French on Channel 349 (HD) for $59.99 and Channel 351 (SD) for $54.99.

WWE Royal Rumble

Sunday, January 28 at 7 p.m. ET on Sportsnet PPV channels 348 (HD)/350 (SD)

When the WWE invades Philadelphia for the annual Royal Rumble spectacular, the men’s match headlines the night as 30 competitors try to avoid elimination and the last man standing earns a spot in the world championship match at Wrestlemania 34. Confirmed participants include the legendary John Cena, Randy Orton and the always unpredictable Bray Wyatt. Things get even hotter with a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Universal Championship, as champion Brock Lesnar faces 6-foot-8 Braun Strowman and the 7-foot monster known as Kane. There’s also an inaugural women’s Royal Rumble match, with the winner booking her ticket to a championship appearance at Wrestlemania 34.

Watch WWE Royal Rumble à la carte for $54.99. Or order a WWE Network subscription for $12.99/month (Channel 512 Ontario/398 Atlantic) through your remote (minimum one-month commitment, includes all monthly PPVs, plus SVOD access and the WWE Network App for 1,000-plus hours of WWE content).

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