Ready for Fight Night? See where the UFC live streams are right here
2020 has introduced us to nothing but the best fighters in UFC history. No fans are allowed at the Las Vegas UFC event due to COVID-19 restrictions, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy UFC from the comfort of our own homes. With the last few fights now upon us, we can access the live games the easiest way possible: online streams.
ESPN announced UFC Fight Night on December 5th, 2020 will take place at UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. The main card is Jack Hermansson vs Marvin Vettori at 10 p.m ET/7 p.m PT. Jack Hermannsson will fight with twenty-one wins and five defeats against Marvin Vettori with fifteen wins, four defeats and one draw.
The rest of the UFC Fight Night line up includes Saint Preux vs Hill for match two, De La Rosa vs Santos for match three, Dolidze vs Allan for match four and Landwehr vs Enloev for match five. These prelims will begin at 7 p.m ET/4 p.m PT.
There’s a range of top streaming platforms where we can catch our favorite fighters by safely recording or watching the next UFC Fight Night anywhere at any time. Below are the best places with the most reasonable prices.
UFC Fight Pass
UFC Fight Pass is the best sporting pass for the best UFC experience. Users can sign up for “live fights, new shows, and events across multiple combat sports”. To subscribe to the UFC Fight Pass, members can choose between a monthly fee and an annual fee. Users can cancel their subscriptions at any time.
Another perk is that UFC Fight Pass can be used anywhere in the world. After downloading the UFC app, users can receive personalized notifications about their favorite fighters and see brand new statistics on every fight in the Octagon.
UFC Fight Night fans don’t need anything more than a regular ESPN+ subscription for $5.99 per month to stream UFC matches. For fans who love multiple sports like NFL, UFC, and MBA, ESPN+ is possibly the best option. If fans are happy with their original purchase, they can upgrade to a UFC Bundle by paying a one-time fee of $84.98. The bundle includes PPV and a year subscription to ESPN+.
According to Techradar, ESPN+ includes other UFC related content such as UFC Destined, Dana White’s Contender Series, and Areil & The Bad Guy. The streaming platform also has replays of old fights we can rewatch to our hearts content.
Subscribing to FOX Sports is an easy option for live streaming UFC fights. FOX Sports users can simply create a new account or sign in through Facebook with any device. FOX Sports includes live streaming of your favorite sporting events such as UFC Fight Nights, NFL, MLB, NBA, and many more.
UFC fans anxious to catch a fight for free can sign up for a VPN such as ExpressVPN or NordVPN. After signing up, users need to download a VPN application that matches the right operating system, instantly letting you stream the top UFC fights live from anywhere in the world, a useful tool for UFC fans away from home.
Reddit provides fans a space to debate and cheer for their favorite UFC fighters while streaming on their social platform. Reddit streams UFC Fight Nights and other MMA fights through various links of your choosing.
Twitter has many live stream pages including the UFC Live Stream Free account. The best advantage of using Twitter is the consistent news updates and commentary from fans and the UFC themselves. The only detriment in Twitter livestreaming is the quality. Unless users have good internet connection, the graphics may not be as great as other streaming platforms.
According to UFC, fighter Kevin Holland tested positive for COVID-19 and had to step down from the UFC Fight Night this Saturday against Jack Hermansson. Kevin Holland’s next UFC Fight Night has been rescheduled for UFC 256 hopefully happening on December 12th, 2020. With these live streaming sites we’ll be ready to watch them all.