Charles Oliveira retained the lightweight title with a third round submission victory over Dustin Poirier at UFC 269.

Earlier, Julianna Pena pulled off one of the biggest upheavals in the history of the sport, submitting women’s GOAT Amanda Nunes in the second round.

UFC 269 fight card and results

Early preliminary map

Flyweight women: Gillian robertson def. Priscila Cachoeira via submission.

Bantam-weight: Tony kelley def. Randy Costa via KO / TKO.

Lightweight: Ryan Room def. Darrick Minner by unanimous decision.

Flyweight women: Erin Blanchfield def. Miranda Maverick by unanimous decision.

Average weight : André Muniz def. Eryk Anders by submission.

Preliminary map

Average weight : Bruno Silva def. Jordan Wright via KO / TKO.

Heavy weights: Tai Tuivasa def. Augusto Sakai via KO / TKO.

Bantam-weight: Dominique cruz def. Pedro Munhoz by unanimous decision.

Lightweight: Josh Emmett def. Dan Ige by unanimous decision.

Main card

Bantam-weight: Sean O’Malley def. Raulian Paiva via KO / TKO.

Fly weight: Kai Kara-France def. Cody Garbrandt via KO / TKO.

Welterweight: Geoff neal def. Santiago Ponzinibbio by split decision.

Female bantamweight title: Julianna Peña def. Amanda Nunes (c) by submission.

Light title: Charles Oliveira (c) def. Dustin Poirier via submission

Charles Oliveira retains title with submission win over Dustin Poirier

Charles Oliveira retained the UFC lightweight belt with a third round submission victory over Dustin Poirier at UFC 269.

The Brazilian didn’t do everything in his own way, abandoning the wild first round as Poirier found some success in the striking trade.

Oliveira then took the upper hand in the second round as the fight moved to the mat, controlling Poirier at the top.

A master of submission, Oliveira was able to regain Poirier’s back at the start of the third round, clinging to a naked starter at the back.

Julianna Pena defeats Amanda Nunes in monumental upheaval

Julianna Pena won the women’s bantamweight title in one of the biggest upheavals in sports history at UFC 269.

The 32-year-old submitted Amanda Nunes in the second round to claim the strap and end the Brazilian legend’s dominance.

Kai Kara-France spoils Cody Garbrandt flyweight debut with first round knockout

Former bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt’s flyweight debut did not go as planned as Kiwi Kai Kara-France claimed a first-round victory at UFC 269.

Kara-France dropped Garbrandt with a big right hand halfway through and put the pressure on, landing several more heavy shots to end the fight.

It is the second consecutive first-round knockout victory for the 28-year-old and takes his UFC record to 6-2.

Tai Tuivasa takes huge knockout victory over Augusto Sakai

Australian heavyweight Tai Tuivasa recorded a fourth straight victory and added another brutal knockout to his collection with a save victory over Augusto Sakai at UFC 269.

After a tight and suspicious first round, Tuivasa landed a left hook that faltered his Brazilian opponent at the start of the second.

The 28-year-old Sydneysider then swarmed onto Sakai, dealing massive punches including a monstrous right hand that closed the show.

When is UFC 269: Oliveira vs. Poirier?

Date: Sunday December 12 (AEDT)

(Every hour AEDT)

Early preliminaries: 10:15 a.m.
Preliminary: 12h00
Main card (PPV): 2:00 p.m.
Main event: around 4.30 p.m.

Where is UFC 269?

UFC 269 takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, in front of a live crowd.

How to watch UFC 269 in Australia

The pay-per-view will air on the Main Event starting at 2:00 p.m. (AEDT) and will cost $ 54.95.

The preliminaries will be on Kayo, ESPN and Foxtel channel 509, starting at 12:00 p.m., while the Fight Pass preliminaries will start at 10:15 a.m. on UFC Fight Pass.

Kayo will also broadcast the preliminaries.

How to stream UFC 269 in Australia

You can order and stream the PPV combat on the MainEvent, Kayo, or Fetch platform.

Register to watch on Kayo here .

You can also stream the entire map from the first preliminaries to the main event on the UFC Fight Pass streaming service.

What are the betting odds at UFC 269?

Lightweight title fight

Charles Oliveira: $ 2.17

Dustin Poirier: $ 1.70

Women’s bantamweight title fight

Amanda Nunes: $ 1.10

Julianna Peña: $ 7.10

Welterweight fight

Geoff Neal: $ 1.95

Santiago Ponzinibbio: $ 1.85

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