This Saturday, UFC 238 is taking place, with a huge double-title, co-main event highlighting the pay-per view. And it's kicking off from The United Center in Chicago on Saturday. It's bound to be a pretty good pay-per view from the UFC, like most pay-per views are from UFC.
As it has been for the past few months, the only place to watch the UFC 238 pay-per view is going to be on ESPN+. Here's how you can watch the pay-per view.
This PPV has a number of pretty good matches. As mentioned already, there are two title matches that are part of the co-main event. This includes the Bantamweight Champion Henry Cejudo fighting the challenger Marlon Moraes. The second title fight is for the Women's Flyweight Title, which features the champion Valentina Shevchenko fighting the challenger Jessica Eye.
There are a few other matches on the main card, including a Lightweight bout between Tony Ferguson and Donald Cerrone. There's also a Bantamweight bout between Jimmie Rivera and Petr Yan.
The main card will start at 10PM EST on ESPN+, exclusively. Now as for the prelims, the early prelims start at 6:15PM EST on ESPN+, while the prelims move to ESPN at 8PM EST. Though, you can still watch the prelims on ESPN+ when those start at 8PM.
ESPN+ is offering a pretty good price for the pay-per view this time around. Current subscribers can purchase the pay-per view for $59.99. That's $5 off of its regular price. Not a huge price cut, but still worth it.
Those that are not ESPN+ subscribers will need to pay $79.99, which comes with a full year of ESPN+ included. That is actually a pretty big discount from its regular price. ESPN+ is normally $5 per month, so you're getting it for a third of the price (or you can think of it as getting the pay-per view for $20 and paying full price for a year of ESPN+).
Unfortunately, if you aren't a ESPN+ subscriber, you are going to be forced to pay the $79.99 price.
This is a really good deal for a lot of people. This is because ESPN+ is a pretty impressive streaming service. It's a not a replacement for ESPN, but more of a complimentary streaming service. It has a number of live programs included, like select baseball, basketball, hockey and soccer games. There's also a ton of UFC content available, thanks to ESPN's big investment in UFC. There's all kinds of studio shows, including pre and post shows for UFC Fight Nights and PPVs.
ESPN+ is also available on most (if not all) streaming platforms. This includes Android smartphones and tablets, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Apple iPhones, Apple TV and iPads, Amazon Fire TV & Fire Tablets, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Roku as well as select Samsung and LG Smart TVs.
If you have not yet ordered the UFC 238 PPV, it's a good idea to do so before Saturday night, when everyone's going to be rushing to do just that. You can purchase the PPV from ESPN+ using the link below.