UFC fight night: Holloway vs Rodriguez live stream

UFC Fight Night tonight live stream

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is the world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion company based in Las Vegas, which is operated by Endeavor Group a private holding company in the United States. The UFC includes up to twelve different weight categories and is recognized as the multi-billion-dollar enterprise in the whole universe.

The upcoming UFC fight night event is known as UFC Vegas 42: Holloway vs Rodriguez is set to take place on November 13, 2021, at the UFC Apex, Las Vegas, Nevada live on ESPN+.

ESPN TV network has earned an uninterrupted agreement with UFC until 2025 where ESPN’s streaming service ESPN+ will host all events in that period. So if you already have an ESPN+ subscription you can watch the entire UFC Fight Night event wherever it is available.

What time does UFC Fight Night: Holloway vs Rodriguez start?

The UFC main card begins at 7 pm ET / 4 pm PT, with the prelims kicking off at 5 pm ET / 2 pm PT on ESPN/ESPN Plus.

How to watch UFC fight night tonight on ESPN and ESPN+

Now that the Fight nights are back after a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you can enjoy UFC fights on both ESPN and ESPN+. The ESPN plus costs you up to $5.99 a month and $59.99 a year but it doesn’t include particular pay-per-view events. Only one UFC PPV and an annual ESPN+ subscription package cost a total of just $89.99. So if you already have ESPN plus annual subscription and you want to watch another PPV fight you just need to buy pay per view which normally costs $69.99 and no need to buy ESPN again.

ESPN+ is available via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox One, and more.

Where can I watch UFC fight night for free online?

ESPN+ is also accessible through several live TV streaming services, including FuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV, and Youtube TV.

Hulu + Live TV

You can make a plan to have Hulu TV with ESPN; this plan will have you pay $54.99 per month for 60 channels. The method includes channels like HBO, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax. With Hulu, you can watch all these channels on smart TVs from Samsung and devices from Smart Cast TV. These are not the only ones, and you can also play Hulu on Chrome cast, IOs, and Android devices. You should also note that the added channels may cost you a separate fee. There is providing you access to ESPN so that you watch UFC fights.

Sling TV

Sling TV can be gotten in two separate bundles. One that is less premium and can cost $20 for the first month and is referred to as the Sling Orange package in order to get access to Sling TV’s three packages includes ESPN2, ESPN3, and Disney Channel, and record live streaming with its Cloud DVR. The premium bundle is the blue plan and can cost 45 dollars a month. Sling does not contain channels like HBO or Cinemax. However, you get other premium channels to select from, and Sling TV can be used on devices from ROKU and smart TVs from LG and Samsung. You can also have Sling TV on an Xbox One.

AT&T Now

AT&T Now was initially known as DirecTV Now. It is the most premium of all the streaming options with paying $65 per month for the plus bundle and $80 a month for the max option. Both the packages have ESPN so you can enjoy your UFC fights without worry. You also get premium channels like HBO max with no fee required. It can be streamed on smart TVs from Samsung as well as IOS and android devices. You can get over 45 live TV channels to record up to 20 hours of programming to AT&T TV Now’s cloud DVR.

YouTube TV

It costs $49.99 per month for 70 other TV channels, including ESPN, and also a 14-day free trial. It, however, does not have Cinemax or HBO. Something unique about YouTube TV is that you have unlimited storage. There are a lot of changes that are being worked on that allow YouTube TV available on devices from Fire; currently, you can enjoy YouTube TV on Xbox One and IOS, Android, and chrome cast devices.