Best way to watch UFC on ESPN+

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  1. Obitronix

    Obitronix Orange Belt

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    This is a reminder that ESPN+ is part of the regular ESPN app. ESPN+ costs $5 a month or $50 a year. Those of you with a tv provider can access the ESPN Networks in the app as well. You do not need a tv provider to get ESPN+, but you do need a tv provider for ESPN networks (1, 2, 3, etc.). If you're planning on watching the UFC this weekend, having the ESPN app on a streaming device lets you have everything ESPN in one place. The quality is great on Apple TV. You can use whatever tv or mobile device you prefer.
     
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    green giant Honor still means something................

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    Why are you telling us this? Are you really that concerned with us watching it or just a shill?
     
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    gstomp06 Blue Belt

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    Haha, I actually found this kind of helpful. The UFC hasn't made it easy to figure everything out...and their new website sucks.

    Only thing I'm not sure of is whether or not I have any use for the UFC Fight Pass subscription. If it's just a catalog of rewatching old fights, I can probably just dump it.
     
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    Only Here for Attachments Free from yellow thanks to my state's congress

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    Breaking One shall stand, and one shall fall.

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    Fucking Dana....

    You really think that you’re worthy of a Sakuraba AV?

    Fucking goof.

    But, also, if you’re really NOT Dana, thanks for the info...[​IMG]
     
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    That's actually good info as I had no clue how to watch. Now I have to check if I have ESPN packages in my cable bundle. I only watch MMA, boxing and car racing but can't recall if I have ESPN packages.

    So what can I watch with ESPN on cable? I have no interest in streaming content through an ESPN paid app.
     
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    qw3rty Pulsing Belt

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    If you wanna watch the entire card you need a cable TV suscription with ESPN ($50~$99) AND the additional ESPN+ suscription ($5)

    You can watch it all in the ESPN app, which will show you:
    Early Prelims via ESPN+ broadcasting
    Prelims via ESPN broadcasting
    Main Card via ESPN+ broadcasting

    If a 3rd world guy like me could understand it, you guys can do it too
     
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    Draxton Skinny white guy belt

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    Because his last thread on the exact same topic got merged into another thread so he needed to start a new one.
     
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    qw3rty Pulsing Belt

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    PPV's early prelims should be broadcasted on FP (USA region)
     
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    As an FYI if you are in Toronto with Rogers, TSNHD5 (channel 498) has the prelims and main event showing just like it did for the Fox content.
     
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    How do you know if you have ESPN in your cable package you can see ESPN+ UFC related? I think Espn/ espn +their separate? All some one needs is the ESPN+ app on a computer, on a phone, or some sherbros are using Amazon fire device and downloading the ESPN app thru Amazon.
     
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