Theand it has no intention of stopping. UFC 250, its second PPV event after COVID-19, will take place this Saturday, June 6th.
UFC 250 doesn’t have a particularly convincing main event like UFC 249. Amanda Nunes is undoubtedly the greatest female mixed martial artist of all time, but only a few give her opponent Felicia Spencer a real chance to dethrone the current UFC champion with two weights. Spencer is a BJJ specialist with a hell chin (she went over the distance with a looting Cris cyborg), but in Nunes she faces a cleaner, more efficient striker. And Nunes is Likewise A BJJ black belt that can keep up with Spencer should the fight go down. The road to victory seems to be limited to say the least.
Fortunately, UFC 250 has a main card with a number of exciting fights, especially in the stacked bantamweight of the UFC. They have the return of former champion (and notorious knockout artist) Cody Garbrandt against multi-year top 5 contender Raphael Assunção. You have Aljamain Sterling (who should be fighting for the title) against Cory Sandhagen in another high stakes match.
We’ll also see star Sean O’Malley take his first real test on veteran Eddie Wineland.
UFC 250 is sure to be a card for hardcore fans of MMA. Here are the details …
As you can see UFC 250
This year the UFC entered into a new partnership with ESPN. This is good news for UFC and the expansion of MMA sport, but bad news for consumer choice. If you want to see UFC live, especially in the United States.
By doing USIf you are looking for UFC 250, you can only find the fight night on PPV via ESPN Plus. The cost structure is a bit confusing, but according to the ESPN website, there are options here to watch UFC on ESPN.
- Existing ESPN Plus annual subscribers can order the upcoming UFC fight for $ 65.
- Existing monthly ESPN Plus subscribers can either upgrade to an annual plan and buy UFC PPV for $ 85 or Buy the opportunity to see UFC PPV for $ 65.
- New ESPN Plus subscribers can purchase a package of a UFC PPV (streaming in HD) event and an annual recurring ESPN Plus subscription for USD 85. The annual ESPN Plus ESPN subscription is automatically renewed after one year, at the price of an ESPN Plus annual subscription at the time of the automatic renewal.
You can do all of the above at the link below.
MMA fans in the United Kingdom If you are looking for UFC 250, you will find it exclusively at BT Sport. There are more ways to see UFC live if you live in Australia. You can see UFC 250 about the main event on Foxtel. You can also stream online on the UFC website or stream UFC live online using its app on your computer or smart TV. You can even order UFC on your PlayStation 4 to watch the fight or stream on your Xbox One using the UFC app.
- The main card starts on June 6th at 10 p.m. ET (7 p.m. PT)
- The preliminary rounds begin on June 6th at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT)
- The first preliminary rounds begin on June 6th at 6.15pm. ET (3.15 p.m. PT)
- The main card begins on June 7th at 3 a.m.
- The preliminary rounds begin on June 7th at 1 a.m.
- The first preliminary rounds begin on June 6th at 11:15 p.m. BST
- The main card starts on June 7th at 12 noon. AEDT
- The preliminary rounds begin on June 7th at 10 a.m. AEDT
- The first preliminary rounds begin on June 7th at 8:15 a.m. AEDT
- Amanda Nunes (c) against Felicia Spencer
- Raphael Assunção against Cody Garbrandt
- Aljamain Sterling vs. Cory Sandhagen
- Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin
- Eddie Wineland vs. Sean O’Malley
- Alex Caceres vs. Chase Hooper
- Ian Heinisch against Gerald Meerschaert
- Cody Stamann against Brian Kelleher
- Charles Byrd vs. Maki Pitolo
Early preparations (on UFC Fight Pass)
- Jussier Formiga against Alex Perez
- Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark