All eyes will be on the bantamweight division in the early hours of Sunday morning when Cory Sandhagen takes on Song Yadong.
After returning to bantamweight, Sandhagen embarked on a four-fight winning streak to emerge as a title contender before his hopes were derailed by Aljamain Sterling in June 2020.
Sandhagen did bounce back when earning victories over Marlon Moraes and Frankie Edgar, sealing successive 'Performance of the Night' bonuses, but he was unable to make it three in a row when losing via split decision against T.J. Dillashaw.
Despite that loss, Sandhagen was still handed the chance to face Petr Yan for the interim bantamweight strap at UFC 267, however, he suffered another defeat by decision.
The 30-year-old, who is ranked No.4, has his sights set on another shot at the title but he'll need to avoid a third successive loss to keep those hopes alive.
And getting back to winning ways isn't likely to prove easy for The Sandman this weekend with the impressive Song standing on the other side of the octagon.
Song has only lost one of his last eight contests when fighting at bantamweight and he's subsequently climbed to No.10 in the division.
His title ambitions are still some way down the line but a win over Sandhagen would undoubtedly strengthen his claims and could even propel him into the top 5.
China's Song is the 17/10 underdog as he looks to continue his winning streak and Sandhagen can be backed at 1/2 to get the victory.
Cory Sandhagen v Song Yadong - UFC Vegas 60
UFC Apex, Enterprise, Nevada, USA
22:00, Saturday 17th September 2022
How to watch
BT Sport 1
Cory Sandhagen 1/2, Song Yadong 17/10
Cory Sandhagen v Song Yadong - UFC Vegas 60 gets underway on Saturday 17th September 2022 and runs into the early hours of Sunday morning (UK time).
The preliminary card is scheduled to start at 22:00 on Saturday and the main card begins at 00:00 with Sandhagen and Song likely to make their walk to the cage at 03:00 on Sunday morning.
The UFC Apex in Nevada plays host to the card.
Yes. The preliminary card and main card are both available to watch on BT Sport 1.
Despite losing his last two fights, Sandhagen is rated as the 1/2 favourite for this weekend's main event with Song available at 17/10.
No. There aren't any title fights taking place in the UFC this weekend but both fighters will have their sights set on a shot at bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling in 2023 if they get a victory.
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