The UFC has helped paved the way for the return of live sport in America and around the world and now, it’s time for the world’s most famous MMA organization to return to the spiritual home of all things pugilistic – Las Vegas. Here’s how to live stream UFC 250 online on Saturday and watch Nunes vs Spencer in the headline fight from anywhere in the world.
Our guide will also give details of the full card for UFC 250 and tell you about the key timings for the evening’s Octagon action – including the Nunes vs Spencer start time in countries like Canada, the UK and Australia.
31-year-old Brazilian Amanda Nunes (19-4) enters the fight as the clear favorite, holding not one but two UFC belts – in the women’s featherweight and bantamweight divisions.
The clash against 29-year-old Felicia Spencer (8-1) will be a featherweight fight and the Canadian remains something of an unknown, with just nine professional fights to her name – only three of which have been in the UFC ranks.
Just as intriguing is the venue itself, which is the new UFC Apex compound opened in July 2019. Las Vegas officials have green-lighted a number of forthcoming fights for the venue, which will be the biggest events to take place at the complex yet – previously, Dana White’s Contender Series has been filmed at the venue.
As with previous UFC bouts, UFC 250 is easiest to watch via ESPN+ in the US, where you cansave over 25% with a combined UFC 250 and ESPN+ pass. Intrigued? Here’s how to watch UFC 250 and live stream Nunes vs Spencer online from anywhere in the world.
Live stream UFC 250 online with ESPN+ in the US
UFC fans in the US will likely know that ESPN+ has the rights to all of the biggest MMA fights around. That means it’s your one and only place to watch UFC 250 tonight, when the latest promo materials having Nunes vs Spencer starting at around 10pm ET (7pm PT) .
Your options for watching the event depend on whether or not you have already dived in and bought a subscription to ESPN+. If you haven’t, then the obvious way to go is with a UFC Bundle, costing you $84.98 – orders are already open. While that might sound like a lot, it’s not just getting you the UFC 250 PPV, but you’ll get a year-long subscription to ESPN+ (that would normally cost $50 alone) – a savings of over 25% in total.
On top of being able to stream this June’s event, a subscription to ESPN+ also opens up access to over 20 exclusive live UFC Fight Nights, alongside original content including Dana White’s Contender Series, UFC Destined, and Ariel & The Bad Guy, plus classic fights, replays, and there’s also the perk of fewer adverts.