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How to watch UFC 264 on ESPN+ PPV via live online stream

While no championships are on the line in Las Vegas on Saturday, it should be a sold out crowd on the Strip, and plenty of PPV buys everywhere else because of Conor McGregor

UFC 264 kicks off this Saturday night from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, July 10th. There is a five-bout main card highlighted by a lightweight fight that will close a trilogy of bouts between No. 1 Dustin Poirier and No. 4 Conor McGregor. But there are other worthy fights worth watching as well.

No. 2 Gilbert “Durinho” Burns will take on No. 4 Stephen Thompson in a good one at welterweight. Burns gets back in the cage after his loss to the champion Kamaru Usman at UFC 258, and it means he enters as the underdog at +126 despite being the higher-ranked fighter. Thompson is 38-years-old fighter has a professional fighting record of 16-4-1, but has been on the bench since beating Geoff Neal by decision at UFC Fight Night 183 in December.

Also former NFL star and heavyweight Greg Hardy will be on the card, looking to recover from his last loss to Marcin Tybura in January. Hardy is now 4-3 in a UFC octagon, and will look to continue improving against Tai Tuivasa, who enters as the -137 favorite to Hardy’s +110 underdog.

The early prelims will start at 5:45 p.m. ET with the prelims at 8:00 p.m. ET. The main card is expected to begin at 10 p.m. ET with the McGregor-Poirier fight to close it out.

So how do you watch it?

The main card for UFC 264 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 also buying the Disney Plus bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+.

The early prelims for UFC 264 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 264 will air on ESPN and ESPN+, and is free to all subscribers as of 8:00 p.m ET. 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.