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How to watch UFC 259 on ESPN+ PPV via live online stream

We go over how to watch the UFC’s third pay-per-view of 2021, with three championship belts on the line.

Amanda Nunes of Brazil celebrates after her unanimous-decision victory over Felicia Spencer of Canada in their UFC featherweight championship bout during UFC 250 at the UFC APEX. Handout Photo-USA TODAY Sports

It’s a fantastic main card for UFC 259 at the UFC APEX on Saturday, March 6th. The main event on the ESPN+ PPV features champion vs. champion. Jan Blachowicz and Israel Adesanya fight for Blachowicz’s light heavyweight championship, while Adesanya will retain his middleweight championship no matter the result.

Then in the co-main event, current dual UFC champion Amanda Nunes takes on Megan Anderson for her women’s featherweight championship There are five fights scheduled on the main card, which begins at 10:00 p.m. ET.

And in the five-round third championship bout, current champion Petr Yan takes on Aljamain Sterling for the bantamweight belt.

It’s one of the most jam-packed UFC pay-per-views in quite awhile, with plenty of action for MMA fans everywhere.

So how do you watch it?

The main card for UFC 259 will be live streamed on ESPN+ PPV, which will cost $69.99 for the full card. The link provides an option for simply buying the card or buying the Disney Plus bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+.

The early prelims for UFC 259 will be live streamed on UFC Fight Pass, and are free for those that pay monthly for the channel. The four-fight preliminary card for UFC 259 is on ESPN and ESPN+, and are free to all subscribers. But everyone will need to pay for the last five fights on the main card, and that will be $69.99 added to your credit card by ESPN. You can click on the buy portion of the app to get the show in full.