How to watch UFC？
Since ESPN announced that it has won the UFC broadcast rights, this seems to have been a long time ago, because it is. As early as May 2018, the two institutions announced a five-year contract worth about $1.5 billion to allow ESPN to broadcast the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
But after a wonderful premiere in the mid-January subscription service ESPN+ led by Henry Cejudo and TJ Dillashaw, it has felt like the natural home of the world’s most popular MMA organization.
When the game airs on Saturday night, all UFC battle nights can be viewed on the ESPN+ subscription service. So, read on and see your viewing options, whether or not you are broadcasting live in the US.
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How to watch UFC online for free in the US
For American MMA fans, this is a new dawn, and ESPN+ has received reports that UFC competition passes are not available. The broadcaster’s online subscription platform was launched in 2018, but has caused a stir by hosting expensive tennis, football and boxing events.
It costs $4.99 a month — not too much, and it’s cheaper than streaming services like Netflix (more expensive than cable TV). It lets you watch it online, as well as mobile apps and TV streaming apps like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, PS4 and Xbox.
But the best news is that you can try it for free for seven days. So if you haven’t used ESPN+ before, you can sign up for this site and experience UFC Fight Nights for free.