UFC 295 :Two fighters will leave Madison Square Garden as champions and though their status may be disputed, that only promises more drama in 2024.
UFC 295 headliner Jiri Prochazka has the tidiest case to call himself the best in the world in his division should he defeat Alex Pereira on Saturday. Prochazka won the light heavyweight title at UFC 275 in June 2022, but vacated it just five months later after suffering a shoulder injury. The 205-pound title has pinged around since then, even being vacated a second time by Jamahal Hill, and it would save everyone a few headache-inducing debates if it just ended up back around the fighter who never lost his No. 1 spot in the MMA Fighting Global Rankings during his time off.
Should Alex Pereira win, well, he already turned the rankings upside down once, so why not do it again? “Poatan” has been brilliant since fully committing from making the jump from kickboxing to MMA, winning the UFC middleweight title in just his eighth fight. Now, he can become a two-division champion in just his 11th fight, which honestly sounds a bit silly. Pereira has honed his striking skills to the point where he is arguably the most feared hitter in all of MMA. If anyone has the power to shake up the entire UFC, it’s him.
Pereira, a former UFC Middleweight champion, has much less experience than his opponent at Madison Square Gardens, having only fought in 10 matches, two of which ended in defeat. However, becoming a titleist one year after making his UFC bow shows what an impressive and adaptable fighter ‘Poatan’ is.
The former world kickboxing champion has amazing striking prowess, evident from the six KOs he’s scored in his short career so far. With two wins already for the Brazilian at the MSG, could he make it three in a row with another title to boot?
To lend further bite to this contest, Pereira has been training with the retired former Light Heavyweight champion Glover Teixeira, the man who lost his belt to Prochazka in 2022. With much at stake for both fighters, who each possess great knockout power but very different fighting styles, it has the makings of a Fight of the Year contender.
Co-headlining UFC 295 is the contest involving Sergei Pavlovich against Tom Aspinall for the interim Heavyweight championship title
We’re expecting something extra special for the 30th anniversary of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, so read on as we explain how to watch UFC 295 from anywhere.
Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 295 live streams:
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UFC PPV & ESPN+
You’re going to need ESPN Plus to watch UFC 295 live streams — and all the upcoming numbered UFC PPVs — so let’s talk about the best deal to make this happen.
You can get UFC 295 plus a year of ESPN Plus for $134.98, which is savings of $55 (ESPN Plus costs $109.99 per year and UFC 295 costs $79.99). This is one way to avoid that $5 price hike for UFC PPVs, which used to cost $74.99, at least for this fight.
The main prelim fights are on ABC, ESPN and ESPN Plus.
UFC 295 Early Prelim fights start at 6 p.m. ET on UFC FightPass, which is $9.99 per month.
ESPN Plus for UFC 295
You’re gonna need ESPN Plus for UFC 295. While UFC 295 live streams cost $79.99 for PPV (on top of ESPN Plus), new subscribers and those on current monthly plans can save $55 by getting UFC 295 and the annual ESPN Plus subscription for $134.98. That subscription will renew at $109.99 for your second year.
Need ABC or ESPN? If you’ve already cut the cord and don’t have a cable package? With the right pick from our best cable TV alternatives, you’ll be able to watch all the prelims you want. ESPN and ABC are on two of the best streaming services: Fubo and Sling TV.
ESPN is on Sling Orange, while ABC is on Sling Blue for select markets. Sling offers big discounts on its first month and you can cancel any time. Fubo has both ABC and ESPN in its entry-level package, which has a 7-day free trial.
Of course, you can also watch ESPN and ABC on the more expensive services, such as YouTube TV ($73 per month), Hulu + Live TV ($70 per month) and DirecTV Stream ($75 per month).
ABC, depending on your location, can be pulled down with some of the best TV antennas.
Sling TV: You can get ESPN in the Sling Orange package, and ABC in select regions via Sling Blue. The 30-plus channels in the lineup include AMC, CNN, Food Network, AMC, Comedy Central, HGTV and many more. And you can get a big discount on your first month!
Fubo: One of the best streaming services for sports, Fubo offers both ESPN and ABC. It’s got a 7-day free trial so you don’t need to pay up front.
HOW TO WATCH UFC 295 IN THE UK AND AUSTRALIA
UFC 295 means a late night for fight fans in the U.K., while it’s an afternoon affair for viewers in Australia.
In the U.K., you’ll start the main card at 3 a.m. GMT, with Prochazka and Pereira going on at around 5 a.m. GMT. It’ll be live on TNT Sports – formerly BT Sport – which you can get through through Sky, BT, EE or Virgin Media or by subscribing to the Discovery Plus Premium plan for £29.99 per month.
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