HIT SHOW DANA WHITE’S CONTENDER SERIES CONTINUES ITS FOURTH SEASON WITH EPISODE 2 AIRING LIVE TUESDAY FROM UFC APEX IN LAS VEGAS
ALL EPISODES WILL AIR EXLUSIVELY ON ESPN+
The fourth season of the hit show Dana White’s Contender Series continues with Episode 2, featuring a lineup of rising athletes looking to make their dreams come true by impressing UFC President Dana White and earning a spot on the UFC roster.
The second episode of season four takes place on Tuesday, August 11 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT, with all five bouts streaming exclusively on ESPN+ in the US.
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To support your coverage, please find the download link to the season four sizzle reels here and here. In addition, please find the download link for the season four athlete feature here, which highlights some of the participating athletes, their backgrounds and what competing on Dana White’s Contender Series means to them.
Season 4, Episode 2 – Confirmed Bouts:
Dustin Stoltzfus vs. Joe Pyfer
Adrian Yanez vs. Brady Huang
Vanessa Demopoulos vs. Cory McKenna
TJ Laramie vs. Daniel Swain
Anthony Adams vs. Impa Kasanganay
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