NOTE: Users looking to watch McGregor vs. Aldo and all of the UFC 194 PPV fights again can order the replay via UFC.com.
The wait is finally over.
Jose Aldo, the dominant featherweight champion who has defended title after title and hasn’t lost in nearly a decade, and Conor McGregor, the interim champ who has gone from UFC debutant to the sport’s most popular star and a country’s proudest icon in two years, are set to square off at UFC 194.
Oh yeah, then there’s also the middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Luke Rockhold, a middleweight title eliminator bout between Ronaldo Souza and Yoel Rommero and a handful of compelling matchups scattered throughout the card.
This is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated events in UFC history. Here’s how to order it on PPV:
How to Order UFC 194 Online or on Other Devices
Users looking to watch UFC 194 online, on mobile or on other devices can click here to order the PPV. The HD stream costs $59.99, while the SD stream costs $49.99. If you don’t have one already, you will need to create a UFC.tv account, which is free to do.
If you want to watch on mobile or tablet, you will need to download the UFC.tv app and sign in with the UFC.tv account you used to purchase the PPV. The app is free to download for your Apple device or your Google device, and you can check here for a list of other devices that can be used to watch the PPV.
How to Order UFC 194 for TV
You will need to contact your cable provider to order UFC 194 for your TV.
AT&T subscribers can click here to order, Comcast subscribers can click here to order, DirecTV subscribers can click here to order and Dish subscribers can click here to order. For a full list of providers and how to order from each one, click here.
Note: Fans looking to watch all of Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor’s previous fights in preparation for the big night can do so via UFC Fight Pass. To sign up, click here then click on “Start Your Subscription to UFC Fight Pass” in the top-right corner. There are different subscription options, as well as a free seven-day trial.