On Friday, Dec. 1, the UFC will host The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale from the Park Theatre in Las Vegas.

In the night’s main event, the promotion will crown an inaugural women’s flyweight champion as Sijara Eubanks and Nicco Montaño battle in the finals of The Ultimate Fighter 26. Eubanks, an Invicta FC veteran, earned her place in the finals with wins over Maia Stevenson, DeAnna Bennett and Roxanne Modafferi. Montaño, meanwhile, edged Lauren Murphy, Montana de la Rosa (Stewart) and Barb Honchak on her way to the title match-up.

The card features 14 of the 16 members of the reality show cast, as well as four additional bouts.

The 11-fight event kicks off Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET with two bouts streaming live on UFC Fight Pass. Four additional preliminary-card bouts follow on Fox Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, with the six-fight main card airing live at 10 p.m. ET, also on Fox Sports 1.

The fighters will hit the scales at 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. A live video feed appears above (courtesy of the UFC), while the results appear below.

Fox Sports 1 Main Card
Nicco Montaño (124.5) vs. Sijara Eubanks (N/A)# – for inaugural women’s flyweight title
Sean O’Malley (135.5) vs. Terrion Ware (136)
Roxanne Modafferi (124) vs. Barb Honchak (125.5)
Eric Spicely (185.5) vs. Gerald Meerschaert (185)
DeAnna Bennett (126) vs. Melinda Fabian (126)
Joe Soto (135) vs. Brett Johns (135.5)
Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card
Christina Marks (125.5) vs. Montana de la Rosa (125.5)
Andrew Sanchez (185.5) vs. Ryan Janes (185)
Karine Gevorgyan (130)^ vs. Rachael Ostovich-Berdon (125)
Ariel Beck (125.5) vs. Shana Dobson (125.5)
UFC Fight Pass Preliminary Card
Gillian Robertson (125.5) vs. Emily Whitmire (125)
Lauren Murphy (124.5)*

# Eubanks did not weigh in after visiting the hospital for medical reasons. She will be replaced in the title fight by Roxanne Modafferi.

* – Murphy weighed in as an alternate and will now Honchak

^ – Gevorgyan missed the flyweight limit of 126 pounds and was fined 30 percent of her fight purse

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