How to Order UFC 195 Lawler vs. Condit PPV Online, on TV



NOTE: Users looking to order the UFC 195 PPV online can do so by clicking here. Read on for the full rundown on pricing and ordering for other devices.

Looking to start 2016 off on the right foot, UFC 195 will be headlined by a welterweight title match between Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit.

Since a loss to Johny Hendricks in March of 2014, the former has reeled off four consecutive wins, including his first title defense victory against Rory MacDonald in July. Condit, meanwhile, is fresh off a TKO win over Thiago Alves in May.

Throw in a heavyweight battle between Stipe Miocic and Andrei Arlovski, and you’ve got a compelling main card. Here’s how to order it on PPV:

How to Order UFC 195 Online or on Other Devices

Users looking to watch UFC 195 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 account, which is free to do.

If you want to watch on mobile or tablet, you will need to download the app and sign in with the account you used to purchase the PPV. The app is free to download for your Apple device or your Google device, and you can click here for a full list of devices that can be used to watch the PPV.

How to Order UFC 195 for TV

You will need to contact your cable provider to order UFC 195 for your TV. You can do that either by calling your provider, or by following one of the subsequent links:

AT&T subscribers can click here to order.

Comcast subscribers can click here to order.

DirecTV subscribers can click here to order.

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.

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