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‘Rocky’ stunned the ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ at UFC 278 last August to become the second British champion in the company’s history.
The Birmingham fighter will now headline the UFC’s first numbered card to be held on these shores since 2016.
It’ll be Edward’s third meeting with Usman and they are currently tied at one win apiece with the latter picking up a unanimous decision victory when they first fought back in 2015
UFC 286: Date and how to follow
UFC 286 is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 18 and is being held at The O2 Arena in London.
The card will begin at 6pm while coverage of the main event will get underway from 9pm.
Edwards vs Usman can then be expected at around 10:30pm.
The event will be pay-per-view in the UK and will be shown on BT Sport Box Office for a price of £19.95 HERE.
The UFC 286 early prelims will be show on BT Sport 1 from 7pm before switching over to Box Office for the main card.
You can live stream the action on the BT Sport app, which is available on your smart TV, laptop, mobile, tablet and console.
talkSPORT will have all the build-up to the event throughout fight week while talkSPORT.com will also be running a live blog.
UFC 286: Fight card
Subject to change
- MAIN EVENT: Leon Edwards (c) vs Kamaru Usman – for UFC Welterweight Championship
- Rafael Fiziev vs Justin Gaethje
- Joanne Wood vs Luana Carolina
- Gunnar Nelson vs Bryan Barberena
- Roman Dolidze vs Marvin Vettori
- Jack Shore vs Makwan Amirkhani
- Sam Patterson vs Yanal Ashmoz
- Chris Duncan vs Omar Morales
- Lerone Murphy vs TBD
Early preliminary card
- Muhammad Mokaev vs Jafel Filho
- Christian Leroy Duncan vs Dusko Todorovic
- Malcolm Gordon vs Jake Hadley
- Jennifer Maia vs Casey O’Neill
- Jai Herbert vs Ludovit Klein
- Julianna Miller vs Veronica Macedo
UFC 286: What has been said?
Edwards has admitted he has one eye on a potential fight with Jorge Masvidal heading into his first welterweight title defence.
Edwards told talkSPORT.com: “That’s a fight I feel needs to happen. Not just for me, but for the fans to see the difference in skillset and everything.
“You know, he’s coming off a three-fight losing streak, it’s difficult to [make that] fight.
“I would have loved him to have a fight in December or something, get a good, top-five win.
“Then I [would have] fought him in March. I would have pushed Usman back to the summer and fought him in March.”