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How to watch UFC 241 live stream on ESPN+

How to watch UFC 241 live stream on ESPN+

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You can buy the UFC 241 PPV through ESPN+ here. For more information regarding UFC 241 live stream details and how to stream to your favorite devices, keep reading.


After waiting months for Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic II, Anthony Pettis vs. Nate Diaz, and Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa, UFC 241 will stream live on ESPN+ tonight in the United States.

The UFC 241 fight card features plenty of exciting bouts leading up to the main card that starts at 10:00 pm ET / 7:00 pm PT, such as the highly-anticipated bantamweight fight between Raphael Assuncao and Cory Sandhagen. But there’s no question that it’s the final three bouts of the night that will draw the most attention from fans around the world.

The first of the three big fights happening at UFC 241 is a middleweight matchup between heavy-hitters Yoel Romero and Paulo Costa. Although the fight may have fallen under the radar a little due to the UFC rarely featuring either fighter in fight week videos such as UFC Embedded, this promises to be one of the best fights of the night.

All eyes will be on the return of Nate Diaz following that middleweight bout. Diaz slides into the co-main event slot of UFC 241 as he gets set to enter the cage for the first time in almost three years. Diaz will be facing former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis, who recorded a remarkable knockout victory in his welterweight debut in March.

The final bout of UFC 241 is a UFC Heavyweight Championship that sees Daniel Cormier attempt to make his second successful title defense in the division. Cormier took the belt from Stipe Miocic last year. Miocic had previously set the record for most consecutive title defenses in the UFC heavyweight division. He has a chance to reclaim his belt when he faces Cormier again tonight.

How to order UFC 241 live stream

UFC 241 airs exclusively on the ESPN+ digital streaming service tonight in the United States.

In March this year, the UFC changed the way that they show UFC PPV events. The promotion transitioned from the traditional distribution methods of the past, and now the only way for fans to watch UFC PPV events is by purchasing the live stream on ESPN+.

Fans require an ESPN+ subscription to watch the UFC live stream tonight.

UFC 241 PPV price

An ESPN+ subscription usually sets a consumer back $4.99 per month or $49.99 annually; however, the special ESPN+ UFC 241 promotion allows new members grab the UFC 241 PPV event and one-year of ESPN+ for just $79.98 (save over 25%).

Now that an ESPN+ subscription is required to watch all UFC PPV events, the per-event price has been discounted from $64.99 to $59.99.

After ordering tonight’s PPV, make sure to read our below guide on how to watch the UFC 241 live stream.

How to watch UFC 241 live stream

Users who have purchased the UFC 241 PPV can now stream the event to their favorite devices and platforms.

ESPN+ subscribers can watch the UFC 241 live stream on a desktop computer, laptop, mobile, or TV device, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One and more.

Keep reading below to find out more about the ESPN+ digital streaming service.

UFC on ESPN+ details

Sports fans who sign up to ESPN+ gain access to a wide range of live sports and events. Combat sports fans can watch UFC Fight Night events, Professional Fighter’s League, Top Rank Boxing, Dana White’s Contender Series, and much more.

Upcoming UFC on ESPN+ schedule:

  • UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic II on August 17 (PPV)
  • UFC Shenzhen: Andrade vs. Zhang on August 31
  • UFC 242: Nurmagomedov vs. Poirier on September 7 (PPV)

Sign up to ESPN+

Upcoming sports and events on ESPN+:

  • Seria A season kickoff on August 24
  • US Open tennis begins on August 26
  • US Open Cup final airs on August 27
  • College Football kicks off on August 29
  • Top Rank Boxing: Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Luke Campbell on August 31
  • FIBA Basketball World Cup beginning on August 31
  • UEFA European Qualifiers in September
  • And much more…


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