UFC 206 undoubtedly took a hit when it lost the rematch between Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson, but there’s still plenty of intriguing action set up for Toronto.
Leading the way on that front is an interim featherweight title bout between Max Holloway, a winner of nine straight fights, and Anthony Pettis, a former UFC lightweight champion who looked good in his featherweight debut in August (Holloway can win the title but Pettis can’t because he missed weight).
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, and with several other compelling fights scattered throughout the card, it should be an entertaining event.
Here’s everything you need to know to order the PPV, whether it be online or for your television:
How to Order UFC 206 Online or on Other Devices
The HD stream costs $59.99 (or $86.96 for the PPV plus six months of UFC Fight Pass), while the SD stream costs $49.99 (or $76.96 for the PPV plus six months of Fight Pass). You’ll have to either sign in to your UFC.tv account or create a new one, which is free to do.
You’ll be able to watch on your desktop, or if you want to watch on mobile or another device, you can do so via the UFC app, which is free to download in the following places:
App Store (or Apple TV)
Amazon App Store (or Amazon Fire TV)
You can click here for a full list of devices on which you can watch the PPV.
How to Order UFC 206 for Your TV
You will need to contact your cable provider to order UFC 206 for your TV. You can either call or follow the below links for more information:
DirecTV (Channel 123 HD, 124 SD)
AT&T (Channel 1102 HD, 102 SD)
Dish (Channel 474 HD, 473 SD)
Cox (Channel 1502 HD), 501 SD)
Verizon Fios (Channel 1001 HD, 1000 SD)