In addition to other live sports, all the 30-for-30 documentaries and a bevy of original content, a subscription to ESPN+ will give you access to all UFC Fight Night cards, UFC PPV preliminary cards and a vast UFC on-demand library. And it’s just $4.99 per month.
Here’s a look at how to sign up and where you’ll be able to watch:
How to Sign Up for ESPN+
You can sign up for ESPN+ right here. You’ll need to either create a new ESPN account or sign in to an existing one, and you will then use those credentials to watch ESPN+ content on other streaming devices.
How to Watch UFC on ESPN+; Compatible Devices
Once signed up, there are a number of different places you’ll be able to watch ESPN+ content.
If you want to watch on your computer, you can do so via ESPN.com. More specifically, you can follow these links to go to the ESPN+ homepage, the ESPN+ schedule of events (and then simply click on the event you want to watch), or the UFC on-demand library.
If you want to watch on your phone, you can do so via the ESPN app, which is available for both Android and iPhone. You’ll need to sign in using the credentials you used when signing up for ESPN+.
If you want to watch on a streaming device or video game console, you can also do so via the ESPN app on the following compatible devices: iPad, Kindle Fire, Apple TV (Generation 3 & 4), Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and select smart TV’s.
What Else is Included with ESPN+?
In addition to live UFC events, ESPN+ also has an extensive UFC on-demand library and “Ariel & the Bad Guy,” a show from UFC insider Ariel Helwani and former UFC title contender Chael Sonnen.
If you’re looking for content beyond UFC, ESPN+ has a bevy of other live sports, including MLB, NHL, college basketball, college football, tennis (Australian Open, US Open and Wimbledon), Serie A soccer, world rugby, international cricket and more. It also includes the entire collection of 30 for 30 documentaries, as well as other exclusive (both video and written) content.
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