UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2 takes place this Saturday, January 23, and will stream live on ESPN+. Because the fight card is a special pay-per-view event, fans are required to order the event via the official ESPN website in order to watch Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor and all other main card fights live (order here).
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UFC 259 features THREE title fights on Saturday, March 6. Order the PPV now.
- Jan Blachowicz vs. Israel Adesanya 🏆
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For existing ESPN+ subscribers, ordering UFC 257 is as simple as logging into your ESPN+ account on the official website and ordering the PPV via the official order page.
Fans without an ESPN+ can order the special UFC 257 and ESPN+ Bundle for $89.98.
How to watch UFC PPV fights on ESPN Plus
After ordering the UFC 257 PPV via any of the aforementioned methods, fans can then watch Poirier vs. McGregor, and all UFC 257 fights live.
What devices can I watch UFC fights on?
UFC 257 and all UFC events can be streamed via the ESPN+ website or on the ESPN app on connected devices.
Streams can be accessed via the ESPN app on mobile and TV devices, including platforms such as Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One, and more.
How can I watch UFC PPV on my TV?
The simplest way to watch UFC PPV events on a TV is by using the ESPN app on a smart TV. The ESPN app can be installed on most TVs using the channel store or device app. After opening the app, log in to your existing ESPN+ account to start streaming UFC on ESPN+ to your TV.
Can I watch UFC fights on my computer?
Yes, fans can watch UFC fights on their computer browser by logging into the ESPN+ website.
Can I watch UFC on Roku?
Yes, it’s possible to watch UFC fights on Roku. Simply, stream the UFC events to a Roku player or Roku TV.
Jake Nichols is The Body Lock's Editor in Chief. Previously, he was the MMA Editor at RealSport.