Enjoy weekly MMA fights and PPV events as it happens. You simply can’t miss out on the chance to watch McGregor vs Poirier live this Saturday, January 23. Continue reading our guide to learn how to stream the main event and live UFC matches.
ESPN owns broadcasting rights for UFC matches, PPV events, and weekly fight nights. You can watch the fights with an ESPN+ PPV subscription for only $5.99 per month. Need a better subscription bundle? Go for ESPN with Hulu and Disney for only $12.99 per month to watch live sports and countless TV shows.
If you are one of those who stream UFC matches every week, then a UFC Bundle might cost you $84.98 per year including an ESPN+ subscription. This gives you unlimited access to UFC matches, Ariel and The Bad Guy, Dana White’s Contender Series, and UFC Destined.
But ESPN doesn’t work everywhere and you cannot access the service from outside the USA, even if you are a paid subscriber. You have to use a VPN app to watch McGregor vs Poirier on ESPN from anywhere else in the world.
UFC fights are live exclusively on BT Sport, whether you are in the UK or Ireland. You can enjoy all Weekly Fight Night as well as after-fight analysis and prelims, live. The best part is BT Sport subscribers can watch main events such as McGregor vs Poirier without any UFC fight pass or extra bundle.
On top of that, stream live MMA fights on the BT Sports app on the go if you are in travel mode. If you are in the UK right now then you are in luck, pal. However, BT Sport is not available from outside the UK for existing and new subscribers. You have to use a VPN app exactly like we shared above and unlock BT Sport from abroad.
Are you willing to pay $64.99 for UFC PPV events? If the answer is yes, then you can tune into Eastlink, Bell, Shaw, Rogers, or Telus on the weekend in Canada. Another option is getting a UFC Fight Pass that gives you access to live UFC events and 1,000+ hours of combat sports at the tip of your fingers.
Further, you can enjoy UFC events on TSN if you happen to be in Canada on Saturday. TSN offers exclusive sports content from around the globe. TSN can be best-suited for cable-cutters and sports fans. But if you are outside Canada and can’t access TSN online, install and use a VPN app on your device to get access.
If you happen to be in Australia, then stream UFC 257 live on Kayo Sports. Plus, enjoy on-demand sports events from the likes on ESPN, FOX Sports, Racing.com, and beIN Sports. However, you need to put in a little effort to stream UFC 257 matches and main PPV events if you are not a Kayo Sports subscriber or living outside Australia.
Either use BT Sport or ESPN as your premium streamer and watch McGregor vs Poirier live from anywhere. All you have to do is use a VPN app and connect to the right country server to stream UFC live events.
As a Kiwi, you can stream back-breaking UFC fights on Sky Arena. The only downside is that you have to book McGregor vs Poirier fight in advance to watch the clash live on Saturday. A single PPV fight might cost $39.95 and this is why UFC Fight Pass can be a good option if you are on a shoestring budget.
Don’t have access to Sky Arena and UFC Fight Pass? Switch to ESPN (US) or Match TV (Russia) to satisfy your UFC FOMO. Although you need to buy an ESPN subscription, Match TV features live main events for free. You have to use a VPN app and connect to a Russian server to access Match TV or a US server to access ESPN.
The main event starts at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. but you can stream Early Prelims at 6:15 p.m. and Prelims at 8 p.m. UFC 257 will be live from the Etihad Arena at Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Maybe. McGregor talks a big game and not always outshines his opponents. He picks up fights and gets nasty before the main event, which is pretty natural for a guy like Conor. We are waiting to see how Poirier performs against the Irish striker this Saturday.
We hope you can now stream major UFC matches without any trouble. If you need more information on how to switch country servers or using a VPN, connect to our representatives anytime via the Live Chat option.