(CTN News) – We’re watching UFC 295. The event begins this weekend and features 13 MMA matches. Jiří Procházka (29-3-1) will face Alex Pereira (8-2) in the main event. As the title is currently vacant, this match will determine the division’s leader. In the U.S., it’s a UFC PPV event that’ll be streamed on ESPN+. You can watch UFC this weekend with these tips.
Can you tell me what time the UFC fight starts tonight?
The UFC 295 event will be broadcast on ESPN+ on Saturday, November 11. Several rounds of fighting are taking place throughout the day. The breakdown is as follows:
Preliminaries – 6:15 p.m. Eastern Time
Preliminaries – 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
The main card will begin at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time
A number of sites, including ESPN+ and even YouTube, will stream the early prelims. The fights usually feature up-and-comers fighting gatekeeping veterans. The UFC has confirmed four fights for the early prelims. Do not fear missing the prelims if you don’t watch the early prelims if the fights end in knockouts early on.
There will be a round of regular prelims after the early prelims. YouTube and ESPN+ will also stream these matches. The next round of prelims begins at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. There will be two lightweight fights, a flyweight fight, and a strawweight fight in the prelim round. The main card won’t start until 10:00 p.m., even if they all end quickly.
The main event is one of five fights on tonight’s card. First up are featherweights Diego Lopez and Pat Sabatini. Matt Frevola will fight Benoît Saint-Denis at lightweight, Jéssica Andrade will fight Mackenzie Dern at strawweight, and Sergei Pavlovich will fight Tom Aspinall at heavyweight. A pectoral muscle injury forced Jones to back out of the fight, which was originally supposed to be the main event of the card.
The UFC 295 live stream can be viewed here
U.S. residents can only watch the game live via ESPN+ PPV. Fights themselves cost $80. A subscription to ESPN+ is also required. There are a few price options for signing up, including a discount if you bundle your subscription with this PPV.
For $11 per month, you can purchase a standard ESPN+ subscription. If you only want to watch this PPV, you can cancel it immediately and pay $91 for it. The Disney Bundle also includes UFC 295 for $15, plus $80 for the PPV. Hulu and Disney+ are also included.
The cheapest way to get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+, if you’re interested in even two of those streaming services, is through this PPV. The third option is to get a year of ESPN+ plus the UFC 295 PPV for $135. The ESPN+ bundle normally costs $110 per year, so you’re saving $55.