Over the weekend, Saint Mary’s Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted Little Siblings Weekend — an opportunity for the younger siblings of Saint Mary’s students to participate in activities and to become more integrated in the Saint Mary’s community.The weekend included an array of Olympics themed events, both on and off campus. Beginning with an Opening Ceremony on Friday, attendees took pictures in a photo booth and participated in Olympics-themed games and crafts. On Saturday, students were able to take their siblings off campus to Strikes & Spares, a local bowling alley that also has facilities for mini golf, bumper cars and arcade games. As other options, attendees could skate at the Compton Ice Arena and throughout the weekend, RHA hosted crafts, games and movies on campus.Bridget McKinnon, who served as a co-chair of the event, said the annual event helps bring students’ families into the College community.“The reason we have Little Sibs Weekend is so that all of our younger siblings or family friends are given the chance to experience what Saint Mary’s is like,” she said. “It’s a great chance to show off our campus and have a great time with our sibs while doing so.”First year Molly O’Neill said she enjoyed spending time with her two younger cousins in kindergarten, Mara and Fiona. “I loved everything they had planned for us, especially the bus that went to the bowling alley and the ice skating rink,” O’Neill said. “It was nice to see how my cousins would get excited over the smallest things, especially staying in the dorm and eating in the cafeteria. They loved every second and repeatedly said how happy they were, and how they couldn’t wait to tell their friends.“Even though they’re young, I hope they can appreciate this beautiful campus and maybe become a part of it when they’re older.”Julia Veome, also a first year, spent time with her younger sister during Little Siblings weekend. “I’m the oldest so my siblings haven’t been around the college scene too much,” Veome said. “My sister stayed with me and she loved it because she got to feel grown up and hang out with some of my friends. Sleeping in the dorms seemed cool to her and was fun for me.”For the past four years, senior Bridget Enright’s younger siblings have participated in Little Siblings Weekend.“It’s always been a lot of fun sharing Saint Mary’s with them and letting them get a glimpse of the college experience,” Enright said. “I have six younger siblings, so it’s always a blast when we’re all together. It’s my favorite weekend of the school year.”Tags: Little Siblings Weekend, Residence Hall Association, saint mary’s, SMC
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 43-year-old Seaford woman died after she crashed her car on the Wantagh State Parkway in Wantagh on Thursday morning.New York State police said Amy Giunta was driving her Cadillac DTS northbound “at a high rate of speed” when she crashed into the woods south of the Southern State Parkway shortly before 9 a.m.The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.Witnesses told investigators that the victim was speeding before crossing the lanes of the roadway, driving onto the shoulder and hitting a tree.Northbound lanes of Wantagh parkway were closed at Sunrise Highway for two hours while investigators were on the scene.
“I am delighted. It’s a very exciting occasion. We’ve had a few great weeks, and it has gone up another level since the Leicester boys and the Leinster boys came in. I am disappointed, obviously, for Sam. He has run a great ship the last few weeks.” Solitary Irishman O’Connell will take charge of a team containing nine Welshmen – including the entire back-row of Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric and Toby Faletau – three Scots and two English. And head coach Warren Gatland has also selected a powerful bench containing the likes of Cian Healy, Alun-Wyn Jones, Jamie Heaslip and Jonathan Sexton, which could be important given current sweltering temperatures and punishing humidity in Hong Kong. Gatland has described Wales flanker Warburton’s absence from the Baa-baas clash as “precautionary”. “Sam has just got a little knock,” Gatland said. “He has had a little bit of a sore knee for the last 10 days, and the medics have just given him an injection and said just to stay off it for about five days. He was desperate to play, but we felt just so early in the tour it was not worth the risk. “It is just precautionary, and there are two or three players in the same boat. Sean O’Brien has bruising on the bone, Rob Kearney’s hamstring is just a little bit tight and Gethin Jenkins’ calf is a little bit tight as well. They are all hopeful and confident of being fit for either the (Western) Force game next Wednesday or the game in Brisbane.” British and Irish Lions squad: S Hogg (Scotland); A Cuthbert (Wales), J Davies (Wales), J Roberts (Wales), S Maitland (Scotland); O Farrell (England), M Phillips (Wales); M Vunipola (England), R Hibbard (Wales), A Jones (Wales), R Gray (Scotland), P O’Connell (Ireland, capt), D Lydiate (Wales), J Tipuric (Wales), T Faletau (Wales). Replacements: T Youngs (England), C Healy (Ireland), M Stevens (England), A-W Jones (Wales), J Heaslip (Ireland), C Murray (Ireland), J Sexton (Ireland), G North (Wales). Paul O’Connell will seal his comeback from serious injury when he captains the British and Irish Lions in Saturday’s tour opener at Hong Kong Stadium. Only a few months ago, the 33-year-old Ireland lock did not expect to be part of what is now his third Lions mission. But with tour skipper Sam Warburton resting a knee injury, 2009 Lions captain O’Connell takes over as leader against the Barbarians. “I suppose around Christmas, and even two or three months after Christmas, I certainly thought I wouldn’t be here, so to be here and now captaining the side is fantastic,” said O’Connell, who was laid low by groin and back problems. Press Association
9:11 a.m.: Federer gives the first serve and takes the first point of the match. 15-love early.Prematch9:08 a.m.: The two tennis legends have made their way to the court.Here they come… @rogerfederer vs @DjokerNole for the 2019 men’s singles title #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/EPcDD71hY6— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 20199:00 a.m.: We’re about to get underway from Centre Court.A couple of players that know all about final Sunday 👋 #Wimbledon | @rogerfederer | @DjokerNole pic.twitter.com/ygs4bKfeAm— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 2019 The marathon match between the two greats set the record for longest final in Wimbledon history (four hours, 55 minutes) and was the first to go to a fifth-set tiebreaker after The All England Club instituted a new rule last October.🏆 2011🏆 2014🏆 2015🏆 2018🏆 2019#Wimbledon | @DjokerNole pic.twitter.com/kRPF6O2xrk— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 2019MORE: Live tennis scores, full draw, bracket at All England ClubAfter the first four sets, the two found themselves tied at two heading into the final set. Djokovic was up 5-4 and 6-5 in the set, but both times Federer was able to rally and tie it. Djokovic’s faced a critical situation several games later. After Federer broke his serve to go up 8-7, Djokovic found himself down 40-15 and facing a double-championship point. Djokovic miraculously staved off two championship points and would go on to win the game and tie the set at eight.The two traded games until they went to a tiebreaker tied at 12 games each. There, Djokovic dominated early, winning four of the first five points before winning the tiebreaker and the match 7-3.This is the second time Djokovic has repeated as Wimbledon champion having previously done so in 2014 and 2015. Sunday’s victory is Djokovic’s fifth at Wimbledon and 16th Grand Slam victory overall. He trails only Federer (20) and Rafael Nadal (18) on the all-time Grand Slams list.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from Djokovic’s record-setting victory over Federer below.Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer live score, resultsBelow are live scores and results from the 2019 Wimbledon men’s singles final.WimbledonFinalSunday 14 JulyEndNovak Djokovic (1)7 (7)17 (7)413 (7)Roger Federer (2)6 (5)66 (4)612 (3)All start times are estimatesClick here or refresh the page if you don’t see a live scoreboard .Match updates, highlights from 2019 Wimbledon men’s finalFifth set: Djokovic wins 13-12(3)2:08 p.m.: Federer’s return is way off the mark and that’s game, set, match for Djokovic. Unbelievable. Unshakeable. Unstoppable.@DjokerNole wins his fifth #Wimbledon title in an instant classic, defeating Roger Federer 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-6(4), 4-6, 13-12(3) #JoinTheStory pic.twitter.com/S2Mx1yyJ3M— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 20192:06 p.m.: Federer misses a return and it’ll be championship point for Djokovic leading 6-3.2:05 p.m.: Djokovic gets one back and he leads 5-3 now.2:05 p.m.: An unforced error from Djokovic gives Federer a point. Djokovic’s lead is now 4-3.2:04 p.m.: This is now the longest singles final in Wimbledon history.2:03 p.m.: Djokovic slips and falls and Federer picks up a point. His lead is 4-2.2:02 p.m.: An unforced error by Federer gives Djokovic another point. The lead is now 4-1.2:02 p.m.: Djokovic wins another. His lead is now 3-1.2:01 p.m.: Djokovic takes the next point. He leads 2-1.2:00 p.m.: The two trade points and we’re tied at one. 1:59 p.m.: Federer takes the game and we’ll head to the first fifth-set tiebreaker in a final in Wimbledon men’s singles history.1:58 p.m.: Federer now up 40-love.1:58 p.m.: Djokovic loses the opening point and swats his racket in frustration nearly hitting the judge. He gets a verbal warning for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1:56 p.m.: Djokovic takes the game and the 12-11 lead. Federer needs to win to force a fifth-set tiebreaker.1:55 p.m.: Advantage Djokovic after a dropshot from Federer’s off the mark.1:54 p.m.: Deuce again. They just won’t quit.1:54 p.m.: Djokovic challenges and loses and now he faces a break point.1:52 p.m.: The two just keep going back and forth. We’re back at deuce again.1:50 p.m.: Federer uses a challenges and wins it. He’s got a break point against Djokovic now. 1:45 p.m.: Federer takes the game and we’re tied at 11. Just one more win for each player and we’ll head to a tiebreaker.1:45 p.m.: 40-15 Federer leads.1:45 p.m.: Federer up 30-15 now.1:44 p.m.: We’re tied at 15 after the two trade points. 1:42 p.m.: Djokovic takes the 21st game and the 11-10 lead.1:39 p.m.: Federer takes the game and we’re tied at 10. This is now the second-longest final in Wimbledon men’s singles history. The second-longest singles final in our history.#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/Kp388LgeYx— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 20191:38 p.m.: A lob shot from Djokovic is off the mark and Federer’s up 40-15.1:38 p.m.: Federer gets one back and leads 30-15.1:38 p.m.: After a challenge by Federer, we’re tied at 15.1:37 p.m.: Federer up 15-love. We’re an hour and a half into the fifth set.1:35 p.m.: Djokovic takes a 10-9 lead.1:32 p.m.: Federer takes it and we’re tied at nine.1:31 p.m.: Djokovic puts one in the net and Federer leads 40-15.1:31 p.m.: Federer up 30-15 now.1:30 p.m.: 15-all after the two trade points.1:28 p.m.: Federer puts up a good fight, but Djokovic takes the 17th game and the 9-8 lead.1:24 p.m.: Djokovic ties it at eight after staving off two championship points and breaking Federer’s serve. He refuses to be beaten.@DjokerNole saves two Championship points in a row and breaks Roger Federer back to level at 8-8 in the fifth set #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/pqrJjvbCH8— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 20191:23 p.m.: Break point for Djokovic who’s won three straight points now. 1:22 p.m.: Djokovic saves two championship points and we’re at deuce. 1:22 p.m.: Djokovic gets one back. 40-30 Federer leads. Still championship point.1:21 p.m.: It’ll be double championship point for Federer up 40-15.1:21 p.m.: An ace from Federer gives him the 30-15 lead.1:20 p.m.: Point Federer and it’s 15-all.1:20 p.m.: Djokovic leads 15-love.1:18 p.m.: Federer breaks Djokovic’s serve and leads 8-7. It’ll be his serve needing one game to win.1:14 p.m.: We’ll go to a 15th game after Federer ties it at seven.1:13 p.m.: Djokovic gets one back. 40-15.1:13 p.m.: Another point for Federer and he leads 40-love.1:13 p.m.: Two quick aces from Federer and he leads 30-love.1:11 p.m.: Djokovic takes the 7-6 lead. Another must-win game for Federer for the third time this set.1:08 p.m.: We’re tied at six. No tiebreaker in the fifth set unless they’re tied at 12.1:07 p.m.: Advantage Federer after an ace.1:07 p.m.: Djokovic brings it back to deuce after a nice rally.1:06 p.m.: Advantage Federer. 1:05 p.m.: Federer misses a gimme and we’re at deuce now. 1:05 p.m.: Federer back in front 40-30.1:04 p.m.: Tied at 30 after a return from Djokovic goes out of bounds.1:04 p.m.: Another point for Djokovic. He leads 30-15.1:03 p.m.: 15-all after a point by Djokovic.1:03 p.m.: 15-love Federer. 1:01 p.m.: Federer can’t break Djokovic’s serve and has another must-win situation down 6-5. 12:56 p.m.: Djokovic’s return goes out of bounds and we’re tied at five games apiece. 12:56 p.m.: A nice drop shot by Federer and he retakes the lead at 40-30.12:55 p.m.: Unforced error by Federer has the game tied at 30.12:55 p.m.: An ace by Federer and he leads 30-15.12:55 p.m.: Federer ties it. 15-all.12:54 p.m.: 15-love Djokovic.12:52 p.m.: Federer’s back’s officially against the wall. Djokovic takes the 5-4 lead and needs just one more game to take the match.12:48 p.m.: Two straight games for Federer and we’re tied a four. 12:43 p.m.: Djokovic has his serve broken and Federer cuts his lead to 4-3.12:36 p.m.: Federer staves of a double-break point from Djokovic, but still has his serve broken. Djokovic leads 4-2.Advantage, Novak…@DjokerNole gets the first break in the fifth and deciding set against Roger Federer#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/HakX30dSpW— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201912:32 p.m.: Djokovic retakes the lead 3-2 after the fifth game.12:28 p.m.: Federer nearly has his serve broken, but he hangs on to tie it at two.12:23 p.m.: Djokovic stikes back and takes the 2-1 lead.12:16 p.m.: A nice bounce-back performance from Federer and we’re tied and one.12:14 p.m.: Djokovic starts off the fifth set with a victory and he leads 1-0 early.Fourth set: Federer wins 6-412:06 p.m.: Federer dominates the 10th game and forces a fifth set with a 6-4 win.12:03 p.m.: That’s two straight for Djokovic now and Federer’s lead’s now 5-4.12:00 p.m.: Djokovic comes through and cuts Federer’s lead to 5-3.11:59 a.m.: A ridiculous 35-shot rally ends in a point for Federer. We’re at deuce here in the eighth game.11:54 a.m.: Federer breaks Djokovic’s serve again and he’s on the brink of forcing a fifth set.11:52 a.m.: The net play by Federer today has been astounding. He’s had several drop shots that have unbelievable. 11:50 a.m.: That’s two games in a row for Federer and he’s up 4-2. 11:47 a.m.: Federer takes the 3-2 lead after breaking Djok0vic’s serve. He also challenged a point during that game the went his way by the slimmest of margins.A match of the finest margins 😲#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/amBIXTfcLC— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201911:44 a.m.: Federer ties it after the fourth game came down to the wire. 11:39 a.m.: A dominating third game has Djokovic up 2-1.11:37 a.m.: Federer ties it after taking the second game.11:35 a.m.: Djokovic takes an early 1-0 lead in the fourth set.Third set: Djokovic wins 7-6(4)11:26 a.m.: Djokovic takes a 2-1 set leads after winning the tiebreaker 7-4. He can win back-to-back Wimbledon titles if he’s able to take the fourth set.One set away from a fifth #Wimbledon title…@DjokerNole wins the third set tie-break 7-6(4) to take a 2-1 lead over Roger Federer pic.twitter.com/tNHNGo98bP— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201911:25 a.m.: Three straight points by Federer and Djokovic’s lead in the tiebreaker is cut to 5-4.11:21 a.m.: Federer finally wins a point in the tiebreaker after Djokovic took the first three. Djokovic leads 3-1 early in the tiebreaker.11:19 a.m.: We’re heading to our second tiebreaker of the day after Djokovic wins the 12th game.All square. Into a third set tie-break we go…#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/Gmgw9Rbty9— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201911:13 a.m.: A close third set is heading for an exciting finish. Federer up 6-5 and on the verge of winning his second straight set.11:11 a.m.: Djokovic wins a close 10th game and we’re tied again at five.11:06 a.m.: Federer’s poised to take a 2-1 set lead. He heads into the 10th game up 5-4.11:03 a.m.: Neither one has broken the other’s serve yet in this set. We’re tied at four.11:00 a.m.: Federer back out in front 4-3.10:57 a.m.: A lot more competitive this set. We’re tied at three now.10:56 a.m.: Federer retakes the lead 3-2 have winning the fifth game.10:51 a.m.: Djokovic takes the fourth game and we’re knotted at two.10:46 a.m.: The Wimbledon great responds and Federer retakes the lead 2-1.10:44 a.m.: Djokovic bounces back and ties the set at one.10:41 a.m.: Federer opens the third set by taking the first game and a 1-0 lead.Second set: Federer wins 6-110:34 a.m.: A nice recovery from Federer who takes the second set 6-1 and we’re tied a one set apiece.25 minutes later… @rogerfederer levels up, winning the second set 6-1 vs Novak Djokovic #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/4Q0vNZjHIn— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201910:32 a.m.: Federer takes the sixth game and leads 5-1.10:28 a.m.: Djokovic finally wins a game and cuts Federer’s lead to 4-1.Of the 19 times Roger Federer has dropped the first set against Novak Djokovic, he’s come back to win only once…But it’s been one-way traffic in the second set, with the Swiss breaking twice to open up a 4-1 lead #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/iDX0xQ3Hp8— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201910:25 a.m.: Make it four straight for Federer. Just dominating the second set at this point. He leads 4-0.10:22 a.m.: That’s three straight games for Federer now after he breaks Djokovic serve again. He leads 3-0.10:17 a.m.: Federer becomes the first two win back-to-back games today and holds a 2-0 lead in the second set.10:15 a.m.: Federer opens the second set by breaking Djokovic’s serve and taking a 1-0 lead.First set: Djokovic wins 7-6(5)10:09 a.m.: The 15-time Grand Slam champ takes the tiebreaker 7-5 and 1-0 set lead. Djokovic is 10-0 all time at Wimbledon after winning the first set in a tiebreaker.The defending champion strikes first… @DjokerNole wins the opening set tie-break 7-5 #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/dkBqBSVZEk— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 201910:08 a.m.: Djokovic responds with a run of his own. He’s up 6-5 after winning the last three points.10:07 a.m.: Federer up 5-3 in the tiebreaker now after winning four straight points.9:59 a.m.: And Djokovic does just that. We’re headed to a tiebreaker to decide the first set.9:57 a.m.: Djokovic nearly breaks Federer’s serve, but falls short and needs to win the 12th game to force a tiebreaker here in the first set.9:52 a.m.: Djokovic forces an 11th games after tying the set at five apiece.9:45 a.m.: Federer takes the next game and a 5-4 lead. Djokovic needs to win the next game to avoid losing the first set.9:42 a.m.: We’re knotted at four after Djokovic takes the eighth game.9:37 a.m.: Federer just dominates the seventh game and retakes the lead, 4-3. 9:36 a.m.: The two have been going back and forth so far. No one has won consecutive games yet. We’re tied at three in the first set.9:31 a.m.: After getting his serve back, Federer takes the fifth game and a 3-2 lead.9:29 a.m.: Djokovic finally breaks through and takes the game to tie the set at two.9:24 a.m.: Federer battles back from a 40-15 deficit to make it deuce in the fourth game.9:19 a.m.: Several notable faces in the crowd taking in today’s final:Take your seats… #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/iMHcAI0DmA— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 20199:18 a.m.: Federer bounces back and takes the third game and a 2-1 lead.9:15 a.m.: Djokovic takes the second game and we’re tied at one.9:12 a.m.: The eight-time Wimbledon champ makes quick work of Djokovic in the first game and leads the first set 1-0. The 2019 Wimbledon Final was one for the ages as Novak Djokovic edged out Roger Federer in five sets 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-6(4), 4-6, 13-12(3) to repeat as champion.Tennis’ oldest Grand Slam seems to give us some of the sport’s greatest matches and Sunday’s final was certainly one we’ll never be able to forget.
Where is UFC 252?UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3 will take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas with no fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. Neither Miocic nor Cormier are strangers to fighting in Las Vegas, but this will mark each heavyweight veteran’s debut at the UFC Apex.Miocic vs. Cormier 3 odds for UFC 252According to SportsInsider, it’s a dead heat with Cormier sitting as an ever so slight -115 favorite, meaning you would have to bet $115 to win $100. The current champion is just a shade behind at -105 where it would take a bet of $105 to win $100. MORE: Get the latest odds at SportsInsider.comStipe Miocic record, bioName: Stipe MiocicNationality: AmericanBorn: Aug. 19, 1982Height: 6-4Reach: 80 inchesTotal fights: 22Record: 19-3Daniel Cormier record, bioName: Daniel CormierNationality: AmericanBorn: March 20, 1979Height: 5-11Reach: 72.5 inchesTotal fights: 24Record: 22-2UFC 252 fight cardMain card pay-per-viewStipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier for Miocic’s heavyweight titleSean O’Malley vs. Marlon Vera; BantamweightJunior Dos Santos vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik; HeavyweightJohn Dodson vs. Merab Dvalishvili; BantamweightMagomed Ankalaev vs. Ion Cutelaba; Light heavyweightPrelimsJim Miller vs. Vinc Pichel; LightweightAshley Yoder vs. Livia Renata Souza; Women’s StrawweightChris Daukaus vs. Parker Porter; HeavyweightFelice Herrig vs. Virna Jandiroba; Women’s StrawweightEarly PrelimsHerbert Burns vs. Daniel Pineda; FeatherweightT.J Brown vs. Daniel Chavez; Featherweight MORE: Bundle UFC 252 with an ESPN+ annual plan to save over 25%The rivalry began back in July 2018 when Cormier halted Miocic’s title run with a shocking first-round knockout and became a dual champion in both heavyweight and light heavyweight. But Miocic would get his revenge a little over a year later when he regained the title with a fourt-round TKO. FOR LEGACY 🏆 #UFC252 is six days away. pic.twitter.com/aucWQ9wtvt— UFC (@ufc) August 9, 2020Miocic was well on his way to becoming the most dominant heavyweight champion in UFC history before Cormier derailed those plans. He’ll have the opportunity to prove that the first fight was a fluke and nothing more than a speed bump on his road to greatness. Meanwhile, should the 41-year-old Cormier defeat Miocic and call it a career, it will be hard to keep him out of the conversation as one of the greatest mixed martial arts who has ever lived. Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 252, including the time, odds, full fight card info and how to watch Miocic vs. Cormier 3.What time does UFC 252 start?Date: Saturday, Aug. 15Early prelims: 6 p.m. ETPrelims: 8 p.m. ETMain card: 10 p.m. ETLive stream: ESPN+UFC 252 takes place Saturday night, Aug. 15. Early prelims get underway at 6 p.m. ET, followed by prelims at 8 p.m. ET and the main card pay-per-view at 10 p.m. ET.How to watch UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3In the United States, the UFC Fight Pass prelims, beginning at 6 p.m. ET, will be simulcast on UFC Fight Pass, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ in English and Spanish. The prelims continue exclusively on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET followed by the ESPN+ main card pay-per-view, which will begin at 10 p.m. ET.In Canada, the early prelims are on UFC Fight Pass and TSN, the prelims are on TSN and RDS and the PPV main card is available on Bell, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus and Eastlink, as well as UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass. How much does UFC 252 cost? PPV price for Miocic vs. Cormier 3In the U.S., the UFC 252 main card is available via pay-per-view on ESPN+, which also requires a subscription. The PPV price for UFC 252 is $64.99 for current subscribers, while new subscribers can pay a bundle price of $84.98 for UFC 252 and an ESPN+ annual subscription, which is a savings of over 25 percent.Click here to learn about the different pricing and bundling options with the ESPN+ platform.Pricing worldwide varies by region and platform. UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier will settle the score and stake their claim as the greatest heavyweight fighter in UFC history when the two square off in the main event at UFC 252.The trilogy will take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 15, as Miocic will aim to send Cormier into retirement while the former champion looks to regain the title and ride off into the sunset as one of the greatest fighters of all time.