After UFC 237 last weekend, this weekend's UFC Fight Night on ESPN+ is headlined by Rafeal Dos Anjos vs Kevin Lee. And you can watch it free this weekend with a seven day free trial to ESPN+.
There's a number of great fights taking place on UFC Fight Night tomorrow on ESPN+. But the main event features a Welterweight bought between Dos Anjos and Lee. Both of which are looking to get back into the win column, after a few recent losses.
The co-main event features a middleweight bout, between Antonio Carlos Junior and Ian Heinisch. There are a total of six fights on the main card, and seven on the preliminaries.
The prelims start at 5PM EST and will be broadcast on ESPN+. The main card will start at 8PM EST, also exclusive to ESPN+. UFC Fight Night 152 won't be as big as UFC 237, but it does give you a good idea of what bouts we may see on UFC 238 next month.
ESPN has invested pretty heavily into UFC, in the past couple of years. With the launch of ESPN+, it is now the exclusive provider of most of UFC's content. The early prelims and some prelims for the PPVs are still available on UFC Fight Pass, but the PPV and UFC Fight Night is only available on ESPN+. And considering you're paying just $5 per month for ESPN+, it's definitely worth the price for UFC fans.
With ESPN+, you're getting hundreds of hours of content every single week. From live sports, coming from a variety of different leagues, to some original shows and even UFC and Boxing. ESPN+ will cost you $4.99 per month, and it is well worth the price of admission. You even save on the price of the UFC PPVs, as ESPN+ subscribers get $5 off of the regular price. Making it a really good deal for a lot of people.
ESPN+ is available on most streaming platforms right now. That includes Android smartphones & tablets, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV & Tablets, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, as well as some smart TVs from VIZIO and Samsung. That's most of the bases covered, but ESPN is still looking to bring the service to even more platforms. This way, no matter where you are, you can still watch ESPN+ on whatever device you have with you. Whether that is a TV, tablet, laptop or smartphone.
Unlike some other streaming services, ESPN+ is not a replacement for ESPN, but rather a compliment to the service. You can watch ESPN content on ESPN+, but only if you have a cable or streaming TV login for it. This is why ESPN+ is so cheap, at just $5 per month, it is one of the cheapest streaming services out there, and definitely worth the price.
You can sign up for your free seven day trial of ESPN+ at the link below. You'll be able to watch UFC Fight Night 152 for free. Make sure you cancel ESPN+ before your trial runs out, or you'll be charged the $4.99 for it.