Dominick Cruz replaces Joe Rogan on broadcast group for UFC 297

Dominick Cruz will change Joe Rogan on the broadcast group for the upcoming UFC 297 pay-per-peer, which originates from Toronto, Canada on Saturday.

On the total a staple of the pay-per-peer group calling fights, Rogan now not continuously ever travels outside of the United States so Cruz got the decision to establish his seat for the main main card in 2024.

Cruz may perhaps be joined on the broadcast group by play-by-play man Jon Anik and UFC Corridor of Famer Daniel Cormier calling the fights on Saturday.

Megan Olivi serves as the in-house reporter for the card whereas Din Thomas joins the broadcast as the “coach” offering insight at some level of the fights.

UFC 297 may perhaps be headlined by a middleweight title fight as reigning champion Sean Strickland clashes with Dricus du Plessis within the main event. Strickland terrorized the world this past September when he pulled off an upset to beat Israel Adesanya to roar the 185-pound title.

Meanwhile, du Plessis has long gone 6-0 since joining the UFC roster collectively with a sexy knockout over faded champion Robert Whittaker in his final day time out.

The co-main event will crown a fresh ladies’s bantamweight champion as Mayra Bueno Silva clashes with Raquel Pennington in a 5-spherical fight.

The principle card will air on ESPN+ pay-per-peer beginning at 10 p.m. ET with the prelims kicking off on ESPN+ beginning at 6: 30 p.m. ET.

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