UFC 251: Usman vs. Burn, including the start time, the full card, and where you can tune into the all-important UFC 251 live stream (spoiler: it’s a pay-per-view event that will broadcast exclusively on ESPN+ in the US — sign up now and save $30).
Date: Saturday, July 11, 2020
Location: Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Arena: UFC Fight Island
What TV channel is the UFC 251 on?
Early prelims live stream on Fight Pass, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+
Prelims live stream on Fight Pass, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+
UFC Main card: Spencer vs. Nunes live stream on ESPN+ PPV
How To Watch UFC 251 Online In The U.S.
The whole UFC 251 battle card is a compensation for every view occasion, and because of ESPN’s tight relationship with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, you’ll require ESPN+ in the event that you need to live stream UFC 251 (this premium gushing stage is at present the best way to watch UFC pay-per-sees). Fortunately ESPN+ is modest at just $5 every month or $50 every year, and alongside UFC occasions, your ESPN+ membership gives you access to an immense spread of different games content. This group offer improves upon the arrangement, letting you score a year of ESPN+ alongside the UFC 251 PPV bundle for just $85 — $30 not exactly the cost of getting them independently.
How much does UFC PPV cost?
ESPN+ PPV: 65 USD and up
ESPN+: 5 USD/month or 50 USD/year
Which Channels Are Streaming UFC Fights
- Fox Sports 1 (USA) Starting at $50.00/mo
- ESPN+ (USA) $4.99/ mo
- TSN (Canada) Starting at $19.99/ mo
- BT Sport (UK) Starting at £15/ mo
- DAZN (Germany) Starting at €11.99 / mo
- Foxtel (Australia) Starting at $10.00/ mo
Paid Streaming Channels
- Hulu Starting at $44.99/ mo
- YouTube TV Starting at $49.99/mo
- Sling TV Starting at $25/ mo
- DirectTV NowStarting at $50.00/ mo