This Saturday, Jan. 23., Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier will clash in the main event of UFC 257.
The pay-per-view event is scheduled to take place at the new Etihad Arena on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The event will be live-streamed around the world.
To learn more about how to watch Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier in your country, including TV broadcast details and channels, UFC 257 start time, and UFC 257 PPV price, read on below.
United States of America
All UFC PPV events are now exclusive to the ESPN+ digital streaming service.
Here’s what you need to watch the UFC 257 PPV event:
- An active ESPN+ subscription
- Purchased the UFC 257 pay-per-view event
- A supported device to watch the fights live or post-event replay (e.g. TV, mobile device, computer)
UFC 257 PPV price
ESPN+ subscribers can purchase the PPV for $69.99.
ESPN+ subscribers can purchase the UFC 257 & ESPN+ Bundle for $89.99 (save more than 30%)
UFC 257 start time
United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland
Here’s how to watch UFC 257 in the United Kingdom:
- Main Card: 3 am GMT (Sunday) on BT Sport Box Office
- Prelims: 1 am GMT on BT and FIGHT PASS
- Early Prelims: 12 am GMT on FIGHT PASS
(Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Macau, Mongolia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, East Timor)
Fans can watch McGregor vs. Poirier as per below:
- Main Card: 11 am Sunday HKT on FOX Sports, Fox+ (Hong Kong and Singapore), and UFC Fight Pass (Philippines and Singapore)
- Prelims: 9 am Sunday HKT on FOX Sports and Fox+ (Hong Kong and Singapore)
- Early Prelims: 8 am Sunday HKT on FOX Sports
See the broadcast details for UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi below:
- Main Card: 7 am GST on UFC Arabia
- Prelims: 5 am GST on Abu Dhabi Sports 4
- Early Prelims: 4 am GST on UFC Arabia
UFC PPV events can be purchased and viewed on Kayo in Australia. The UFC 257 PPV price in Australia is AUD $54.95.
Here’s the UFC 257 start time in Australia:
- Main Card: 2 pm Sunday AEDT on Kayo
- Prelims: 12 pm Sunday AEDT on Kayo
- Early Prelims: 11 am Sunday AEDT on Kayo
Here’s how to watch UFC 257: McGregor vs. Poirier in Brazil:
- Main Card: 12 am BRT on Combate
- Prelims: 10 pm BRT on Combate
- Early Prelims: 9 pm BRT on Combate.com
UFC PPV events stream on UFC Fight Pass in Canada. The UFC 257 PPV price in Canada is CAD$64.99.
- Main Card: 10 pm ET on FIGHT PASS and all other PPV providers
- Prelims: 8 pm ET on TSN3
- Early Prelims: 7 pm on FIGHT PASS
Germany, Spain, and Switzerland
UFC 257 can be streamed via UFC Fight Pass in Germany, Spain, and Switzerland.
- Main Card: 5 am CEST on DAZN and FIGHT PASS
- Prelims: 3 am CEST on FIGHT PASS
- Early Prelims: 2 am CEST on FIGHT PASS
Fans in Japan can watch UFC 257 on WOWOW and on the Japanese UFC site, as per below:
- Main Card: 12p m Sunday JPT on WOWOW
- Prelims: 10 am Sunday JPT on WOWOW
- Early Prelims: 9 am Sunday JPT on WOWOW
Here are the Mexico broadcast details for UFC 257:
- Main Card: 9 pm MEX on FOX Sports Mexico
- Prelims: 7 pm MEX on FIGHT PASS
- Early Prelims: 6 pm MEX on FIGHT PASS
UFC fans in New Zealand can stream UFC 257 PPV via UFC Fight Pass:
- Main Card: 4 pm Sunday NZDT on FIGHT PASS and SKY Arena
- Prelims: 2 pm Sunday NZDT on
ESPNand FIGHT PASS
- Early Prelims: 1 am Sunday NZDT on FIGHT PASS
Fans in Russia can order the UFC 257 PPV via UFC Fight Pass:
- Main Card: 6 am MSK on FIGHT PASS and other providers (Wink, More.TV)
- Prelims: 4 am MSK on FIGHT PASS
- Early Prelims: 3 am MSK on FIGHT PASS
UFC 257 Fight Companion
Join us on YouTube as we provide alternate commentary, analysis, and discussion during every fight at UFC 257, including Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier, Dan Hooker vs. Michael Chandler, and more.
We’ll be watching the fights live with you, so make sure to send us your best comments and questions and we’ll respond to you throughout the night.
Our live UFC 257 Fight Companion starts at 7 pm (ET) with the early prelims and will continue all the way through the prelims, main card, and the main event of the night.
Jake Nichols is The Body Lock's Editor in Chief. Previously, he was the MMA Editor at RealSport.