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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Assuncao vs. Moraes II, plus full coverage and analysis

Raphael Assuncao will be riding a four-fight win streak into his Feb. 2 meeting with Marlon Moraes, a rematch of a 2017 bout won by Assuncao via split decision. Jason Silva/USA Today Sports

The 13-bout UFC Fight Night: Moraes vs. Assuncao kicks off on ESPN+ starting at 5 p.m. ET. The action takes place in Fortaleza, Brazil and culminates with a tremendous main event featuring Marlon Moraes versus Raphael Assuncao. In his past 17 fights, dating back to December, 2011, Moraes has only lost once -- to Assuncao. On Saturday, Moraes has an opportunity to get that one back and this time there's more on the line as the winner is likely to get a title shot against current bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw.

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Assuncao, who won that first meeting via split decision, has won four in a row since falling to current bantamweight champ TJ Dillashaw in 2016.

Also on the card: Longtime featherweight champion Jose Aldo takes on Renato Moicano, and welterweight submission master Demian Maia faces Lyman Good.

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