MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter Michael Bisping (R) of England fights with a trainer during an open workout session prior to UFC Fight Night in Shanghai on November 23, 2017. / AFP / CHANDAN KHANNA
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Fighters and fans in Asia are relishing the prospect of the Ultimate Fighting Championship's first visit to mainland China, with a 12-fight card showcasing a lot of local talent set for a sell-out in Shanghai Saturday.The UFC continues its global expansion with a card featuring an unprecedented eight Chinese fighters, as well as the debut of Indian featherweight Bharat Kandare, and for Chinese fans it's a chance to show the world what they have to offer.The 16-hour time difference between Shanghai and Las Vegas means the card will start at 4 a.m. in Nevada, a concession to the Asian TV audience that the UFC is looking to attract.
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