Posted by Jack Sullivan @JackSullivan
I grew up in Las Vegas so I have learned to love watching people fight and talking about it.
Jack Sullivan

September is a great month for fighting and it started today with One Championship Unbreakable Warriors. The card saw six finishes and was highlighted by Ev Ting's decision win over Rob Lisita in the main event. However, if you missed that fight, don't worry, because there are plenty of other events that you can tune into. Here are the rest of the major MMA events for the month of September.

Saturday, September 3

UFC Fight Night: Arlovski vs. Barnett

The first event for the world's biggest MMA promotion this month will take place in Hamburg, Germany as top-ranked heavyweights Andrei Arlovski and Josh Barnett square off in the main event. It will also be No. 2 light heavyweight Alexander Gustafsson's first fight since losing the title fight against Daniel Cormier last year.

How To Watch: The whole card will be featured on UFC Fight Pass.

KOTC - Amateur World Championships

Kings of the Cage will kick off the month with plenty of amateur bouts to get excited about. The event will be held in Las Vegas.

How To Watch: The event will broadcast on MAVTV.

Friday, September 9

RFA 43

Resurrection Fighting Alliance starts the month in Broomfield, Colorado. RFA 43 is headlined by Nick Barnes and Brian Camozzi as they compete for the vacant welterweight title.

How To Watch: The event will air live on AXS TV.

Titan FC 41

Titan FC is showcasing two title fights as they head to Florida for their only event in September. Carinna Damm and Kalindra Faria will compete for the Bantamweight Championship and Andre Harrison will try to defend his featherweight belt against Alexandre Bezzara.

How To Watch: The event will stream live on UFC Fight Pass.

Saturday, September 10

UFC 203: Miocic vs. Overeem

The UFC Heavyweight Championship is on the line as Stipe Miocic has his first title defense against Alistair Overeem. The card will also see Fabricio Werdum fight for the first time since losing his belt and the UFC debut of CM Punk.

How To Watch: The main event will air on pay-per-view and the prelims will be on Fox Sports 1. All fights can be seen on UFC Fight Pass.

Friday, September 16

Bellator 161

In one of the bigger events of the month, Bellator will go down south to Texas. The main event features Cheick Kongo taking on Tony Johnson.

How To Watch: The fight will air on Spike TV.

Saturday, September 17

UFC Fight Night: Poirier vs. Johnson

The UFC will also be in Texas in mid-September and is bringing a handful of explosive and exciting fighters. The main event features Dustin Poirier fighting Michael Johnson and the co-main event has Uriah Hall fighting Derek Brunson.

How to Watch: The main event and prelims will be featured on Fox Sports 1. The early prelims will appear on UFC Fight Pass.

Friday, September 23

Invicta 19

Invicta Fighting Championship will be heading to the Midwest and will showcase two title fights. Jennifer Maia puts her interim championship title on the line in the flyweight division against Roxanne Modaferri. In the co-main event, the Invicta FC Atomweight Championship is up for grabs as Ayaka Hamasaki tries to defend the belt against Jinh Yu Frey.

How To Watch: You can watch the event on UFC Fight Pass.

Saturday, September 24

UFC Fight Night: Cyborg vs. Lansberg

Cyborg once again returns to the Octagon, this time to take on 6-1 Lina Lansberg at a 140-pound catchweight fight. Former UFC Bantamweight Champion Renan Barao will also be on the card, competing at featherweight.

How To Watch: The main event and prelims will be on Fox Sports 1. The early prelims can be seen on UFC Fight Pass.

Sunday, September 25

Rizin 2 - Rizin Fighting World Grand Prix 2016: Opening Round

One of the largest cards of the month will help close out September as Rizin starts their World Grand Prix. The card will be headlined by Mirko "CroCop" Filipovic as he awaits his mystery opponent.

How To Watch: This event will air on Spike TV.