What channel can you watch the UFC on?
The UFC is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, and as such, has new fans being added to the fold daily.
If you're a new fan ... welcome! If you're an old fan and maybe forgot where the fights are streaming, we welcome you too!
The UFC's broadcast partner in the United States is ESPN. Depending on the card in question you'll find it either on the ESPN or ESPN 2 channel or the ESPN+ streaming app. A few times a year the UFC also holds an event on ABC, but that's rare and even in that case, you'll still find it on the ESPN+ app too.
The UFC also offers a helpful guide for accessing the fights on other devices like Apple TV, XBox and much more.
If you are watching from outside of the US, here's where you'll want to look first:
Canada: BELL, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink, UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass
United Kingdom BT Sport
Australia Main Event, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV, UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass
Generally, UFC cards are broken up into two or three "cards" and those will have different start times. Most events will have a preliminary card that will host the lower-ranked fighters, debuting fighters and up and coming athletes. From there, they will host a main card which is the higher ranking fighters, title fights, and athletes with name recognition.