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Power Slap 6 will stream live and free across the globe on Rumble on Friday February 10 at 9pm ET / 6pm PT.
LAST UPDATED : February 10, 2024.
WATCH POWER SLAP 6 FREE ON RUMBLE HERE Rumble is available for free on desktop, mobile and web at, iOS (iPhone & iPad), Apple TV, Samsung TV’s, Android & Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku Streaming Players and Roku TVs and LG TV Power Slap 6 is also available for free for commercial venue subscribers of DirecTV (channel 9537 in the United States and channel 660 in Puerto Rico) or UPShow. Dana White’s Power Slap returns for its sixth live event and it’s the biggest one yet. The vent has already made history twice and it hasn’t even happened yet. The first historical marker is the first time the event has taken place outside of the UFC APEX. The event will take place at the brand-new Durango Casino up the street. Second, it’s the first time that fans will be able to purchase tickets for Power Slap, it’s always been invite-only previously. The card is headlined by the coaches of Power Slap: Road to the Title season 2 welterweight champion Christapher… Brad Tavares is at peace with being labeled a “gatekeeper” in the UFC middleweight division, acknowledging his competitive position despite the term’s negative connotation. Having faced and lost to future champions like Robert Whittaker, Israel Adesanya, and current champ Dricus du Plessis, Tavares remains optimistic and excited for his prospects. Reflecting on his crucial win against former champion Chris Weidman, he sees his upcoming fight against Gregory Rodrigues as an opportunity to solidify his gatekeeper status and push for further success. By the Numbers Tavares’ UFC record: 15-8 Tavares’ overall MMA record: 20-8 State of Play Brad Tavares embraces his role as a “gatekeeper” in the UFC middleweight division He is preparing for a fight against Gregory Rodrigues, following a pivotal win against Chris Weidman Bottom Line Despite the “gatekeeper” label, Brad Tavares remains determined and excited about his position in the middleweight division, aiming to leverage his upcoming fight to continue his pursuit of success. UFC CEO Dana White belittled fellow promoter Scott Coker, claiming Coker only recycled old names and wasn’t capable of turning fighters into stars. White asserted that he, not Coker, transformed Ronda Rousey into a star, denying Rousey’s star status during her time with Strikeforce and attributing her success to the UFC. Why It Matters White’s testimony sheds light on the power dynamics and promotional tactics within the MMA industry, highlighting the contentious relationship between UFC and other promotions. By the Numbers Rousey’s UFC career spanned from 2013 to 2017, with 8 fights and a 6-2 record (12-2 overall). Yes, But White’s claims about turning Ronda Rousey into a star contradict his previous statements praising her accomplishments before joining the UFC, creating inconsistency in his assertions. What’s Next The ongoing UFC antitrust lawsuit may continue to reveal further insights into the promotional strategies and star-building narratives of MMA organizations. Bottom Line The deposition unveils the competitive dynamics in MMA promotion and raises questions about the authenticity of star-building claims in the industry. Benoit Saint Denis is set to fight Dustin Poirier at UFC 299. After initial worries about a potential cancellation due to a “miscommunication” on Poirier’s end, the fight remains intact. Saint Denis and his coach were unaware of the bout’s authenticity until it was announced by UFC CEO, Dana White, last month. Why It Matters The potential cancelation and subsequent clarification of the fight’s status highlights the impact of miscommunication in the MMA world, particularly for rising contenders like Saint Denis. By the Numbers Saint Denis has a 13-1 record with 1 no contest in his 15-fight career. The fight is scheduled for UFC 299 on March 9, 2024. State of Play Saint Denis is preparing to face Dustin Poirier in the co-main event at UFC 299. Saint Denis expressed surprise at the speed of the fight announcement, given that it was only 24 hours after they agreed to the bout. What’s Next Saint Denis is focused on preparing for the fight and aiming to climb the rankings in the UFC Lightweight division. Lito “Thunder Kid” Adiwang has relocated from the Philippines to Indonesia’s SOMA Fight Club, where he is preparing for his strawweight showdown with “Mini T” Danial Williams in U.S. primetime on Friday, February 16. Adiwang feels revitalized by his Bali gym after a tough period in his career with back-to-back losses and a serious knee injury. He is confident in making strides in all areas under the tutelage of coaches Mike Ikilei and Yousef Wehbe, and believes that having access to high-level training partners has been a huge advantage. Why It Matters Adiwang’s move to SOMA Fight Club has revitalized his career and provided him with the support and resources needed to make a comeback after a tough period, setting the stage for a potentially impactful fight against Danial Williams. By the Numbers Adiwang is preparing for his strawweight showdown with “Mini T” Danial Williams on Friday, February 16. State of Play Adiwang has relocated from the Philippines to Indonesia’s SOMA Fight Club. He is working with coaches Mike Ikilei and Yousef Wehbe, and has access to high-level training partners at SOMA Fight Club. What’s Next Adiwang aims to showcase his improvements at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and is focused on pushing through tough training to prepare for his upcoming fight against Danial Williams. Bottom Line Lito Adiwang’s move to SOMA Fight Club has reignited his career, providing him with the support and resources needed to make a strong comeback in his upcoming fight against Danial Williams, setting the stage for an intense battle in the strawweight division. Saturday’s UFC Fight Night features Joe Pyfer facing Jack Hermansson in a crucial middleweight matchup at the UFC Apex, with Pyfer seeking to solidify his status as a rising star in the division. Why It Matters Pyfer’s potential statement win over a ranked opponent would cement his position in the middleweight division, furthering his ascent in the UFC. Pyfer averages 2.97 takedowns per 15 minutes of cage time. Hermansson lands 5.13 significant strikes per minute compared to Pyfer’s 3.64. State of Play Pyfer seeks to continue his meteoric rise in the middleweight division and secure his place in the top 15. Hermansson aims to rebound from a brutal TKO loss and assert his experience and skill against the surging Pyfer. What’s Next The outcome of this high-stakes middleweight clash will significantly impact the trajectory of both fighters in the UFC, potentially reshaping the division’s rankings and future matchups. Dana White’s Power Slap returns for its sixth live event and it’s the biggest one yet. The vent has already made history twice and it hasn’t even happened yet. The first historical marker is the first time the event has taken place outside of the UFC APEX. The event will take place at the brand-new Durango Casino up the street. Second, it’s the first time that fans will be able to purchase tickets for Power Slap, it’s always been invite-only previously. The card is headlined by the coaches of Power Slap: Road to the Title season 2 welterweight champion Christapher Thomas who is facing off with the challenger Emanuel Muniz. The event takes place on Friday, Feb 9. Power Slap 6 full fight card MAIN CARD | Rumble | 11 pm ET Christapher Thomas vs. Emanuel Muniz – Welterweight title Sheena Bathory vs. Jackie Cataline – Lightweight Dorian Perez vs. Brian Ellis – Heavyweight Nate Burnard vs. Ryan Phillips – Heavyweight PRELIMINARY CARD | Rumble | 9 pm ET Danie Van Heerden vs. Makini Manu – catchweight Wesley Drain vs. Garrett Grimes – Middleweight Garrett Blakesslee vs. TJ Thomas – Light heavyweight Delvin Hamlett vs. Vernon Cathey – Light heavyweight EARLY PRELIMINARY CARD | 4:30 pm ET Duane Crespo vs. Logan Greenhalgh – Heavyweight Zach Zane vs. Cole Young – Welterweight Branden Bordeaux vs. Eddie Brahimir – Middleweight Robert Trujillo vs. Dallas Marron – Lightweight POWER SLAP 6: KO CHRIS VS. MUNIZ, will take place Friday, February 9 at Durango Casino & Resort in Las Vegas. Power Slap 6 is the live finale event of Power Slap: Road to the Title, Season 2, and is presented by Monster Energy. Power Slap 6 early prelims begin streaming at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT, with the main card beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. The event is available live and free across the globe on Rumble. Rumble is available for free on desktop, mobile and web at iOS, Android, Roku, AppleTV, FireTV, Google TV, Samsung TV and LG TV For the first time in the history of the promotion, a limited number of VIP tickets will be available for purchase through On Location, Power Slap’s live VIP experience partner for this event. Tickets can be purchased HERE. Get Tickets To Power Slap 6 For the first time in the history of the promotion, a limited number of VIP tickets will be available for purchase through On Location, Power Slap’s live VIP experience partner for this event. Tickets can be purchased here: . The event will take place inside the newly opened casino’s Agave Ballroom. Headlining Power Slap 6 will be the championship grudge match between the coaches of Power Slap: Road to the Title, Season 2 – “KO Chris” Thomas (5-0, 5 KOs) faces off against Emanuel “No Love” Muniz (4-2, 1 KO) for the Welterweight title. KO Chris returns for his first title defense against his biggest rival in Muniz. Muniz, who has never been knocked down in his six prior Power Slap matches, looks to be the first to defeat Thomas. In the co-main event, Sheena “The Hungarian Hurricane” Bathory (2-0, 2 KOs) returns to take on newcomer Jackie “The Hybrid” Cataline. Sheena won Power Slap’s Instagram fan vote for knockout of the year for her second round victory over Christine Wolmarans at Power Slap 5 in the first regulated women’s Power Slap match. Sheena is also featured in Power Slap’s largest Instagram video – 156 million views – which is ranked number one on the platform against all major sports in 2023. Cataline joins Power Slap with a U.S. Olympics wrestling background, as well as prior experience in mixed martial arts. The remainder of the Power Slap 6 card will be announced during the final episode of Power Slap: Road to the Title, Season 2, which airs on Wednesday, January 31 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Rumble. Dan Hellie will call the action alongside former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping. Charly Arnolt will handle reporting duties. The ring announcer will be Justin Bernard. Power Slap Light Heavyweight Champion, Wolverine, and #1 ranked Power Slap Light Heavyweight, Austin “Turp Daddy Slim” Turpin will serve as coaches. Visit for additional information and content to support your Power Slap coverage. All matches are live and subject to change.