UFC is headed back to Las Vegas, and it's bringing one of their biggest stars out to shine under the bright neon lights. One of the greatest fighters in UFC women's division history returns to the Octagon for the first time in six months. She'll put one of her two titles on the line against a tough fighter who is a past champion herself. See this match as part of a full night of fights easily with UFC 250 Pay-Per-View featuring Nunes vs. Spencer in the ESPN app.
- What is UFC 250?
- How much will UFC 250 cost?
- How to order UFC 250
- UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer preview
- How to see UFC 250 Prelims
- How to watch UFC 250 on your devices
- UFC 250 schedule and fight cards
- UFC 250 livestream
What is UFC 250?
UFC 250 is the latest major MMA event from the biggest promotion in the sport. UFC 250 will be broadcast live on Saturday, June 6, from the UFC APEX Facility in Las Vegas.
UFC 250 will be a split-broadcast event available with cards on ESPN+, ESPN and PPV, so you will need multiple subscriptions and logins to see everything in the ESPN app. The Early Prelims come first at 6 p.m. Eastern, and the Prelims take over at 8 p.m. Both the Early Prelims and Prelims will air simultaneously on ESPN and ESPN+. Finally, the Main Card will be on at 10 p.m. as a PPV via ESPN+, headlined by Nunes vs. Spencer.
UFC pay-per-view events are now available exclusively on ESPN+ . The streaming sports service is packed with additional UFC content, including regular UFC Fight Night events, UFC Post Shows and exclusive analysis on "Ariel and the Bad Guy". If you aren't sure what is needed so you can watch UFC 250 PPV on ESPN+, here's a breakdown to help.
How much will UFC 250 Pay Per View cost?
- If you are new to ESPN+, you can get a special offer of UFC 250 PPV and a full year subscription to ESPN+ for only $84.98.
- If you already have a monthly ESPN+ subscription, you can upgrade to an annual plan to bundle UFC 250 PPV and a full year subscription to ESPN+ for only $84.98.
- If you already have any ESPN+ subscription or get ESPN+ through the Disney+ bundle, you can choose to only purchase UFC 250 PPV for only $64.99.
New subscribers and current subscribers on monthly plans can choose a special offer with months of sports to enjoy. The deal combines an annual subscription to ESPN+, which usually costs $49.99 a year, with UFC 250 PPV for $84.98. This gives new and monthly subscribers a big savings on this sports streaming service compared to the regular prices. That subscription includes a full year of live UFC Fight Nights, which have already back up and running regularly.
Once other sports resume, ESPN+ will also have Top Rank Boxing cards, daily games from MLB & NHL, a full slate of MLS games , college sports, and so much more.
How to order UFC 250 Pay-Per-View
For new subscribers , ESPN makes it easy to buy UFC 250 PPV on the event page of ESPN+ . Just create an account and purchase this event on your computer. Then login with that account on a streaming device to activate the PPV in the ESPN app.
If you already subscribe to ESPN+, you can buy the UFC 250 PPV Main Event either at the event page or on the streaming devices you use to watch all the action. This feature is available on the ESPN app for TV platforms, and only takes a few taps on your remote.
Both new and existing subscribers have the option to buy UFC 250 early. Normally you don't want to miss part of the event waiting to pick a new password or your purchase to process. It is quick and easy to sign up now and then sign in on your devices before the event. Take care of this ahead of time, and you can focus on the fights and the snacks when Saturday night hits!
UFC 250 Nunes vs. Spencer — The Main Event Preview
Amanda "The Lioness" Nunes (19-4) is a two-division UFC champion who holds both the Women's bantamweight and featherweight titles, and the discussion has already started about her standing as the Greatest Of All Time. She is riding a ten fight win streak that dates back to 2014, and the list of fighters she's beaten in that stretch is impressive. Nunes has wins over famous women's MMA fighters including Holly Holm, Cris Cyborg and Ronda Rousey. She also has two legendary fights against Valentina Shevchenko, and Nunes earned a decision both times after both matches went the distance.
Nunes is also a proud out lesbian, and she's fighting during Pride Month which could offer her extra motivation. The Brazilian fighter was hoping to hold this fight back in her home country, because she hasn't fought in front of a home crowd since 2018. However, due to travel and gathering restrictions related to COVID-19, the fight was moved from São Paulo to the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas and there will be no crowd to pump up the competitors. Can Nunes successfully defend her featherweight title for the first time since claiming it back in 2018.
Watch Amanda Nunes make quick work of Cris Cyborg in a title match from UFC 232 in 2018.
Felicia "Feenom" Spencer (8-1) is one of the top women's featherweight fighters in the UFC, and she is looking to make her mark on the UFC in only her fourth fight in the promotion. Spencer knows what it means to be a champion, as she previously held the Invicta FC title for women's featherweight division. Along with Georges St-Pierre, Spencer is one of the most successful and famous Canadian MMA fighters ever.
She started her career a perfect 7-0, and had been cruising until she was matched against Cris Cyborg last summer. The fight went the distance, but Cyborg won a unanimous decision to end Spencer's perfect run. Felicia bounced back in February of this year, finishing off Zarah Fairn Dos Santos with a first round knockout. Now can she cash in on her big shot by upsetting an overpowering Nunes?
UFC 250 has more for MMA fans than just one big main event fight. This event also includes two key battles in the Men's bantamweight division, and the winners could determine the new champion. Fifth ranked Raphael Assuncao (27-7) will take on ninth ranked Coby Garbrandt (11-3) and second ranked Aljamain Sterling (18-3) is matched against fourth ranked Cory Sandhagen (12-1). The reigning UFC Men's bantamweight champion, Henry Cejudo, retired after UFC 249 which leaves the title spot open. Catch these fights to see who the future champion could be.
How to get UFC 250 Prelims on ESPN
ESPN networks owns over 10 different channels, but the UFC 250 Prelims will be on ESPN as well as ESPN+. The Prelims and Early Prelims Cards includes seven total bouts including a fight between two popular names in the Welterweight and Lightweight divisions, as Alex Caceres (15-12) takes on Chase Hooper (9-0-1).
You can get the UFC 250 Prelims from ESPN on five of the largest live TV streaming services. Hulu with Live TV and some of the other services offer a variety of free trials, while Sling TV's Orange Plan offers the lowest regular price. Check out the options, and select the one that is best for you. Then you can use the login and password for these streaming services in the ESPN app to watch the Prelims.
Hulu with Live TV
- The cost: $55 a month after a one week free trial
- UFC 250 Prelims on Hulu - Yes, with ESPN.
Hulu with Live TV
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ESPN & the UFC 250 Prelims live streaming straight to you.
Hulu has live TV including sports networks along with a huge back catalog of shows. ESPN is on Hulu, which means the UFC 250 Prelims will be online on Hulu.
Sling TV - Sling Orange
- The cost: $30 a month after your first month for $20
- UFC 250 Prelims on Sling TV: Yes, with ESPN.
Big Punches, Small Prices
Sling the UFC 250 Prelims anytime & from anywhere.
Sling is the more economical way to get ESPN. It costs about half the price of other services and still gets you access to the UFC 250 Prelims.
AT&T TV Now - Plus Plan
- The cost: $65 a month after a free trial
- * UFC 250 Prelims on AT&T TV Now: Yes, with ESPN.
AT&T TV Now
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The Plus Plan brings you the UFC 250 Prelims.
AT&T TV Now has a long list of channels in their lineup. The Plus Plan has ESPN so you can access the UFC 250 Prelims. Every plan includes HBO too.
- The cost: $50 a month after a free trial
- UFC 250 Prelims on YouTube TV: Yes, with ESPN.
Uploading the Prelims
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YouTube TV is one of the easiest streaming services to understand, with a single plan, a ton of channels — including ESPN for the UFC 250 Prelims.
How to watch UFC 250 on your devices
The ESPN app has everything you need to watch all of UFC 250 online on your TV. Your best play is to install the app, and log in with your ESPN+ account and your Live TV streaming credentials before the event begins. If you need help, we can guide you through how to login and watch ESPN+ on your TV . The ESPN app is available on the major streaming platforms and game consoles including iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
- How to watch UFC 250 on iPhone and iPad
- How to watch UFC 250 on Android
- How to watch UFC 250 on Roku
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- How to watch UFC 250 on Xbox
UFC 250 Schedule and Fight Card
All times shown are Eastern time.
- Early Prelims: 6 p.m. on ESPN+ and ESPN
- Prelims: 8 p.m. on ESPN+ and ESPN
- Main Card: 10 p.m. on PPV
- Post Show: 1 a.m. on ESPN+
The full event fight card, subject to change as always, is as follows:
Main Card — Pay Per View
- Amanda Nunes (19-4) vs. Felicia Spencer (8-1)
- Raphael Assuncao (27-7) vs. Coby Garbrandt (11-3)
- Aljamain Sterling (18-3) vs. Cory Sandhagen (12-1)
- Neil Magny (22-8) vs. Anthony Rocco Martin (17-5)
- Eddie Wineland (24-13-1) vs. Sean O'Malley (11-0)
Prelims — ESPN & ESPN+
- Alex Caceres (15-12) vs. Chase Hooper (9-0-1)
- Ian Heinisch (13-3) vs. Gerald Meerschaert (30-12)
- Cody Stamann (18-2) vs. Brian Kelleher (21-10)
- Charles Byrd (10-6) vs. Maki Pitolo (12-5)
Early Prelims — ESPN & ESPN+
- Jussier Formiga (23-7) vs. Alex Perez (23-5)
- Alonzo Menifield (9-0) vs. Devin Clark (11-4)
- Evan Dunham (18-8-1) vs. Herbert Burns (10-2)
UFC 250 livestream
You can order the livestream of UFC 250 Nunes vs. Spencer today. New ESPN+ subscribers pay $84.98 for this pay-per-view and 1 year of ESPN+. Existing subscribers can pay just $64.99 for just the event, or $84.98 to upgrade from monthly to a 1 year subscription with the event. Either way, you will get an exciting night of top fights including Nunes vs. Spencer on June 6.
ESPN+ UFC Pay-Per-View
UFC 250 Rocks the Octagon
Nunes vs. Spencer and UFC 250 are ready to rumble.
ESPN+ has major UFC events on the regular, including this Pay-Per-View event. UFC 250 is packed with headliner quality fights, including Nunes vs. Spencer. You can also get a year of live sports on ESPN+ if you choose the bundle.
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