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.
ESPN+ is a new sports streaming platform of ESPN that provides original content. It allows users to watch live or recorded events from their devices. The ESPN+ platform can only be used by people in The United States of America. ESPN+ can be used to watch every sporting activity from UFC fights, Football, Wrestling, among other sporting activities. ESPN+ not only streams live events but also showcases recorded events. To achieve these, you need to have a subscription which is renewed either $5 a month, $50 annually, or $13 a month with Hulu and Disney Plus. For new subscribers, the UFC pay-per-view event with an annual subscription for $85 and existing monthly subscribers can get $65 for each PPV event.
Ireland viewers can tune in the Eleven Sports. As mentioned, BT Sport will no longer provide the service starting from December 3rd. You will want to purchase the PPV through the UFC.tv for a safer and more comfortable option. If you already have the UFC FIGHT PASS, the process will be much easier. Not to mention that you can also watch Preliminary Fights live stream for free by using your FIGHT PASS credentials.