UFC 296 Showdown: Edwards vs. Covington – A Complete Guide

This weekend marks the highly anticipated UFC 296 event, featuring the Welterweight championship clash between reigning champion Leon Edwards and challenger Colby Covington. Set against the vibrant backdrop of Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena, fight fans are in for a thrilling night of MMA action, including a flyweight championship bout between Alexandre Pantoja and Brandon Royval, alongside two additional welterweight matchups and more.

Event Details

  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023
  • Prelims Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • Main Card Time: 10 p.m. ET
  • Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
  • TV: PPV
  • Streaming: ESPN+

For UFC enthusiasts eager to catch the action without a cable subscription, here’s your comprehensive guide on how to watch UFC 296:

Streaming Options

UFC 296 is available for purchase on ESPN+ at a cost of $80 for existing subscribers. New users can seize a 30% discount by bundling UFC 296 with an annual ESPN+ subscription, bringing the total to $134.98. The UFC 296 prelims will be accessible to ESPN+ subscribers at no extra charge. ESPN+ subscriptions start at $11 per month, providing access to a plethora of exclusive content, including UFC PPV prelims, live events, fantasy sports tools, and premium ESPN+ articles.

If you’re gearing up for the Edwards vs. Covington showdown, it’s crucial to note that UFC 296 will be exclusively aired on PPV, with an additional streaming fee on ESPN+. To ensure you don’t miss any of the UFC action, we’ve compiled essential information on start times, the Edwards vs. Covington fight card, how to stream UFC 296 without paying for PPV, where to catch the prelims, and more.

 

 

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