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Henry Cejudo and Marlon Moraes will fight for the vacant UFC bantamweight title at UFC 238 on Saturday.
The main PPV card is scheduled to start at 10 p.m. ET and you can watch a live stream of the fights online through the ESPN+ PPV. You have two different options when ordering the PPV card, and those depend on whether or not you already have a subscription to ESPN+:
If You Don’t Have ESPN+: You can get a special deal that includes a one-year subscription to ESPN+ ($49.99 value) and UFC 238 ($59.99 value) for $79.99 total.
You can purchase that bundle right here, and you’ll then be able to watch the UFC 238 early prelims (ESPN+) and the main card (ESPN+ PPV).
If You Already Have ESPN+: You can order UFC 238 right here for $59.99.
Once you’re signed up for ESPN+ and you’ve purchased the PPV, there are a number of different ways you can watch the UFC 238 main card.
You can watch the fights on your computer via ESPN.com, or you can watch on your phone (Android and iPhone compatible), tablet, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or other compatible streaming device via the ESPN app.
For all of those options, you’ll need to be signed in with your ESPN+ account to watch.
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Cejudo (14-2 in MMA, 9-2 in the UFC) ended Demetrious Johnson’s UFC record streak of 11 consecutive title defenses to claim the flyweight belt at UFC 227 in August.
Five months later, the 32-year-old defended with a knockout 32 seconds into his UFC Fight Night 143 meeting with TJ Dillashaw.
Cejudo, who won gold in wrestling at the 2008 Olympics, is looking to become the fourth UFC fighter to hold two belts simultaneously, joining Conor McGregor, Daniel Cormier, and Amanda Nunes.
“Marlon Moraes is a lot more dangerous than TJ [Dillashaw],” Cejudo said, according to ESPN. “His biggest threat is his power. I mean, look at him: He’s knocked out three opponents in the first round. He’s got vicious power. In MMA, that’s scary. That’s scary because it just takes one blow, one hit, and that’s it. But so do I [have power] — so do I, and I’m showing it. I’m getting better. I’m stronger and I’m faster.”
Moraes (22-5-1, 4-1) claimed the inaugural World Series of Fighting bantamweight title in 2014 and defended five times before making the leap to the UFC.
The 31-year-old Brazilian dropped his first fight in the promotion, to Raphael Assuncao, but he’s won four straight since. Each of his last three victories ended in a first-round stoppage and earned him a performance of the night bonus.
“We’re two fighters and two guys aiming to be a champion,” Moraes said, according to MMA Fighting. “One who needs to win another belt and a guy coming up — he’s going up a division and I’m going to welcome him and that’s that. He knows how good I am and I know how good he is. So, let’s go. We’re going to scrap and I’m ready to win and become the new bantamweight champion.”
He added: “My focus is on Henry Cejudo. I’ll get there, June 8, next week and beat this guy… I’m fighting a champion and well-rounded guy. But I’m definitely going to finish him. I’m not in a rush. So I’m going to take my time and finish him at the right time.”
Cejudo utilizes an unorthodox wide stance, which Moraes mocked.
“Man, if he stands too much like that, he’s going to pay,” Moraes said, per MMA Fighting. “I’m ready to anywhere and wherever the fight goes. If we strike, I’m ready to strike. If we grapple I’m ready to grapple. I’m ready to be a champion and I was built in this camp to get there and be the best Marlon you’ve ever seen. Every question has the right answer.”
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