Alex Caceres vs Daniel Pineda: start time, undercard, TV channel and streaming info for UFC on ESPN 46
Miami-born Alex Caceres is currently ranked number 15 in the UFC Featherweight rankings and he faces 37 year-old Daniel Pineda in this Featherweight bout at UFC on ESPN 46.
Caceres is looking to make it back-to-back MMA victories after he defeated Julian Erosa in December 2022, whilst Pineda also enjoyed a victory last time out against Tucker Lutz.
WHO ELSE IS ON THE FIGHT CARD?
Aside from Alex Caceres vs Daniel Pineda, there are 12 other fights on the card:
- Kai Kara-France vs Amir Albazi (Flyweight)
- Jim Miller vs Jesse Butler (Lightweight)
- Tim Elliott vs Victor Souza (Flyweight)
- Abubakar Nurmagomedov vs Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos (Welterweight)
- Jamie Mullarkey vs Muhammadjon Naimov (Lightweight)
- John Castaneda vs Mateus Mendonca (Bantamweight)
- Andrei Arlovski vs Don’Tale Mayes (Heavyweight)
- Elise Reed vs Jinh Yu Frey (Women’s Strawweight)
- Daniel Santos vs Johnny Munoz Jr. (Bantamweight)
- Da’Mon Blackshear vs Luan Lacerda (Bantamweight)
- Philipe Lins vs Maxim Grishin (Light Heavyweight)
WHERE IS THE FIGHT TAKING PLACE?
The fight is taking place at the UFC Apex in Enterprise, Nevada, USA
WHEN IS UFC ON ESPN 46?
UFC on ESPN 46 is taking place on Saturday 3rd June, 2023.
WHAT TIME IS THE CAGE WALK FOR ALEX CACERES VS DANIEL PINEDA?
The preliminary card is expected to start at 6pm ET in the US (11pm in the UK), while the main card is due to begin at around 9pm ET in the US, and 2am in the UK.
With that in mind, Alex Caceres vs Daniel Pineda is expected to start around 10.55pm ET in the US / 3.55am UK time, although this is only an approximation.
WHAT TV CHANNELS & STREAMING PLATFORMS ARE SHOWING UFC ON ESPN 46?
The preliminary card can be watched on ESPN/ESPN+ and UFC Fight Pass, while the main card can be watched exclusively on ESPN+.
UK fight fans can watch the whole event on BT Sport, while the preliminary card can also be streamed on UFC Fight Pass.
WHAT ARE THEIR FIGHT RECORDS?
Alex Caceres has 20 victories and 13 defeats with one no contest in his MMA career, whilst Daniel Pineda has a record of 28-14 with three no contests.