UFC 250 is taking place this Saturday, and you'll be able to watch Nunes vs Spencer in the main event.
As always, it'll be exclusively on ESPN+. If you are a ESPN+ subscriber, it'll cost you $64.98. If not, it'll cost you $84.98, which includes a year subscription to ESPN+ for a discounted price of $20. ESPN+ normally costs you $5 per month for a total of $60 for the year, so that is a really good price, if you aren't already a subscriber. UFC charges $64.98 for each PPV, so you're not really saving much by ordering through ESPN+.
In the main event of UFC 250, you're going to watch Amanda "Lioness" Nunes vs Felicia "Feenom" Spencer. Currently, Nunes is a double champion in UFC. With 16 of her 19 wins coming by knockout or submission. She was named Female Fighter of the Year in 2016, 2018 and 2019. Meanwhile, Spencer is a former Invicta FC Featherweight champion, with a black belt in Brazillian Jiu Jitsu and Taekwondo.
Also on the card is Raphael Assuncao vs Cody "No Love" Garbrandt. Assuncao is ranked#4 in the UFC bantamweight division. Garbrandt is a former UFC champion and currently ranked #9 in the bantamweight division.
There are plenty of other fights available on this card this time around. And it's definitely worth the price of admission.
As usual, the early pre-lims start at 6:15pm ET on ESPN+, with the prelims starting at 8:15pm ET on ESPN+ and ESPN. And the PPV starts at 10pm ET exclusively on ESPN+. The price of the PPV only covers the fights on the main card. The early prelims and prelims are available on ESPN+ with your subscription.
You can purchase your UFC 250 PPV by clicking here. Remember that if you are a ESPN+ subscriber, it'll cost you $64.98. And if you are not a subscriber, it'll be $84.98 – it's well worth the price.