Later tonight, the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida will be hosting UFC 249! Originally slated for April in Brooklyn, the event had to be pushed back and moved, but it’s finally time to watch the lightweight interim title bout between Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje. Another title bout includes a bantamweight bout between Henry Cejudo and Dominick Cruz. You’ll also see matchups between Francis Ngannou and Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Jeremy Stephens and Clavin Kattar, and Greg Hardy and Yorgan De Castro. All you need to watch UFC 249 online is ESPN+. If you’re not currently a subscriber, keep reading to learn more!
Date/Time: Saturday, May 9, 2020, Prelims on ESPN at 7 pm CT, main card on ESPN+ at 9:00 pm CT
Channel: Prelims on ESPN, Main Card on ESPN+
Watch UFC 249 Streaming on ESPN+
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Remember, if you only want to watch the UFC 249 live stream, you don’t need an ESPN+ subscription. You can order the PPV and it will begin at the scheduled time on ESPN+ and access to the network will end once UFC 249 is over. You can stream UFC 249 on most devices including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, mobile devices, Roku, computers, and other devices.
Are there Other Ways to Watch UFC 249 Online?
If you want to watch the UFC 249 main card, the only place you can watch is on ESPN+. However, you can catch the Early Prelims starting at 5:30 pm CT on UFC Fight Pass, if you’re a subscriber. The Prelims begin at 7 pm CT and will air on ESPN and ESPN+. That means if you choose the PPV bundle with the ESPN+ subscription, you’ll have access to the Prelims. If you don’t have an ESPN+ subscription, you can watch the Prelims on ESPN with any of the following streaming services:
You can check each service to find out about discounts or free trials. All of these services are contract-free, so you can sign up and cancel whenever you want. They are all great ways to watch ESPN including the UFC 249 Prelims.
That’s all you need to do. You can sign up and minutes then you’ll be free to sit back and wait for the show to start!