UFC recently signed a contract with ESPN that allowed their sporting activities, including fights, to be streamed on ESPN+. Fans of UFC and PPV are loyal to fights that usually happen on Saturday nights, but for them to watch the matches on ESPN+, they need to have a subscription. Having a subscription to ESPN+ gives you not only access to UFC fights but also a lot many other live sporting games as well as recorded ones. To get a subscription, you need to pay a fee for all UFC games, or you can pay for all sporting activities in one year.
While there is another pair of heavyweights set to square off in Junior dos Santos and Jairzinho Rozenstruik, the majority of eyes will be on bantamweights Sean O' Malley and Marlon "Chito" Vera. O'Malley is coming off a sensational knockout in his return to action in June and gets a quick turnaround to impress fans once again. Vera, meanwhile, dropped a tough decision to Song Yadong in May, but had won five straight fights by stoppage before that.

The US viewers can watch the UFC 252 event through the usual channels including Fox Sports and ESPN. But these only open access to the preliminary fights. Purchasing the PPV package is a crucial thing to do to enjoy the main event. The matchups of the UFC 252 will be part of the Fight Pass library in roughly a month after the actual event. So, if you have the Fight Pass credentials, you will be able to watch all the replays in one month later. UFC Fight Pass also provide the preliminary fights for free. If you are the subscriber, you are in luck. You can also view some of the preliminary fights via FOX Sports GO digital streaming service. Keep in mind that the PPV is the only official way to watch UFC 252 Main event live.
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