Darren Till will bid to set up a middleweight title shot tonight when he takes on No.1 contender Robert Whittaker.
The Brit only made his 185lb debut last year when he outpointed Kelvin Gastelum but now hopes he is one win away from a shot at gold.
Standing in his way however is former champion Whittaker who is also bidding to return to the title picture.
The fight, over five rounds, will headline the final card on the UFC’s Fight Island in Abu Dhabi following a blitz of fights over the last two weeks.
Unfortunately for viewers in the UK, that means another late night or early morning with Till and Whittaker due to walk to the Octagon at around 3.30am tomorrow.
But for those who do want to watch it live, you will have to be a BT Sport subscriber with the first fights being shown at 11pm tonight before the bumper seven-fight main card starts at 1am.
You can stream the fights live via the BT Sport app and if you are not a subscriber but are an EE mobile phone customer, you can sign up for three months free by clicking here.
And if that all fails, you can follow the fights the old-fashioned way by tuning into talkSPORT radio.
Till, meanwhile, is already setting his sights on a shot at Adesanya – and is willing to step in should Paulo Costa pull out of their scheduled fight in September.
“Yeah for sure, if him and [Paulo] Costa don’t do it and him and Costa don’t fight,” he said.
“Which I don’t know if I can see it yet, I don’t know. I’ll step in, like after this fight, if all goes well and I win I’m going to have a week off and then jump straight back in and stay ready for September time.
“You know, something could happen. Even if the fight doesn’t go ahead in September and they decide to make a TUF and it’s me and him, then I am all for that.
“As I said, it’s another experience and another journey. It’s sort of another medal to everything I’ve already achieved and done in the sport.”