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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad via live online stream

We go over how to watch the UFC’s six event at the UFC APEX in 2021, which features multiple ranked fighters on the main card.

Leon Edwards (blue gloves) after his win over Rafael Dos Anjos (not pictured) during UFC Fight Night at AT&T Center. Edwards won by unanimous decision. Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports

After a controversial and exciting UFC 259 last weekend, the APEX will be live and ready to go on Saturday night for UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad. The event will be broadcasted on ESPN+ with the main card beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET, and the prelims at 5:00 p.m.

The prelims and main card for UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad will be available for live stream on ESPN+. If you intend to watch, you’ll need to purchase a subscription. If you purchase ESPN+ separately, it will cost $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Or you can purchase it apart of the Disney+ bundle, which also features Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month.

The main card as of right now features six bouts, including the main event between Leon “Rocky” Edwards and Belal “Remember The Name” Muhammad. Edwards enters the APEX with a record of 18-3 and is ranked third in the welterweight division. Muhammad also has a record of 18-3 but is 13th in the welterweight rankings.

The main card also features a ranked men’s light heavyweight battle between Misha Cirkunov and Ryan “Superman” Spann. The preliminary card has seven bouts but is always subject to change. A few of the notable prelim fights are Angela Hill vs. Ashley Yoder (women’s strawweight), Nasrat Haqparast vs. Rafa Garcia (lightweight), and Jason Witt vs. Matthew Semelsberger (welterweight).

With the way the UFC has been letting fighters go lately, it’s probably the best time for some of these performers to show what they’ve got, as losses could be career-ending for their time on the biggest stage in MMA.