UFC 241 is taking place this Saturday, and it’s being headlined by Cormier vs Miocic, in a heavyweight championship fight. It’s going to be a pretty good PPV. Once again, it’s going to be exclusive to ESPN Plus. So if you are not an ESPN Plus subscriber, you’re going to need to sign up before Saturday night.
For those that need to sign up, it’ll cost you $79.98. That’s $54.99 for the PPV, and then $24.99 for a year of ESPN Plus. Considering it costs you $60 for a year of ESPN Plus, that’s a pretty good deal. And it’s a good way to check out ESPN Plus and see if it’s really worth signing up for (spoiler alert: it is).
How To Watch UFC 241
Watching UFC 241 is pretty simple. It’s only going to be on ESPN Plus, so if you’re looking to watch it elsewhere, you’re out of luck. The early prelims start at 6:15PM EST on ESPN Plus, with the prelims starting at 8:15PM EST on ESPN Plus and ESPN. The main card kicks off at 10PM EST and that will be exclusive to ESPN Plus. The PPV price is only for the main card, the prelims and early prelims are free, if you have ESPN and ESPN Plus.
You do still need to order the PPV, and it’s going to be a good idea to order it before Saturday night, when the servers might be jampacked with others ordering it as well. You can order it from the app on your phone, tablet, laptop, TV, really anywhere that ESPN Plus is available – which is virtually everywhere.
The PPV is going to cost you $54.99, and that’s actually $10 off of the regular price of the PPV. So you’re still making out pretty good with ESPN Plus being the exclusive provider of UFC PPV events.
If you are located outside of the US, UFC 241 will be available on the UFC Fight Pass.
Daniel Cormier will be fighting in UFC 241, with the heavyweight championship on the line. Many are thinking that this might be Cormier’s last fight, but Cormier says it won’t be. He wants to retire on his terms, and not when his body tells him its time. And he’s not yet ready to retire. That’s how every fighter wants to go out, but that doesn’t always happen. Something could go wrong in the fight and they need to hang up the gloves, but let’s hope that doesn’t happen.
UFC 241 is going to be a pretty packed PPV. There are five fights on the main card, which is a couple more than normal. Of course, the big main event is going to be Cormier and Miocic for the heavyweight championship. But you’ll also see Anthony Pettis and Nate Diaz in a welterweight bout, as the co-main event with Cormier and Miocic.
You can sign up for ESPN Plus and order the UFC 241 PPV by clicking here, or using the link down below. It all kicks off starting at 10PM this coming Saturday, August 17.