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UFC 266: Where To Watch
There are a few ways to watch UFC 266. You can order the PPV through your cable or satellite provider, through the UFC’s own Fight Pass service, or through a number of other streaming services.
If you order the PPV through your cable or satellite provider, you’ll be able to watch it on ESPN+ in the US, TSN 5 in Canada, or BT Sport 1 in the UK.
If you subscribe to the UFC’s Fight Pass service, you’ll be able to watch the early prelims on ESPN+ in the US, TSN 5 in Canada, or BT Sport 1 in the UK. The main card will also be available on Fight Pass.
Finally, a number of other streaming services will also be carrying UFC 266. In the US, you can watch it on ESPN+, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and FuboTV. In Canada, it’s available on DAZN. And in the UK, it can be seen on BT Sport.
How To Watch UFC 266
If you’re looking for ways to watch UFC 266, there are a few options available to you. You can watch it on pay-per-view, on ESPN+, or on UFC Fight Pass.
Pay-per-view is the most expensive option, but it also gives you the best quality stream and the most comprehensive coverage of the event. ESPN+ is a good middle ground – it’s cheaper than pay-per-view, but you’ll still get a good quality stream. And UFC Fight Pass is the cheapest option, but it doesn’t offer as much coverage as the other two options.
When Is UFC 266?
UFC 266 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) that will take place on October 24, 2020 at a location to be announced.
This will be the first UFC event to feature a women’s bout as the headliner. The event was originally expected to take place on July 10 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UFC was forced to postpone or relocate several events originally scheduled for early-to-mid July. As a result, the event was rescheduled for October 24 and is expected to take place at a location yet to be determined.
Who Is Fighting At UFC 266?
UFC 266 takes place on October 10, 2020 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event will feature a rematch between UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and interim UFC Lightweight Champion Justin Gaethje. The co-main event will see another rematch, this one between UFC Bantamweight Champion Petr Yan and former UFC Bantamweight Champion Aljamain Sterling.
What Channel Is UFC 266 On?
UFC 266 will be televised live on ESPN+ in the United States. The event will also be available on pay-per-view (PPV) through ESPN. The card will begin at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on Saturday, October 10.
How To Stream UFC 266
You can stream UFC 266 on ESPN+. ESPN+ is a subscription service that gives you access to exclusive live UFC events, original programming, and more.
To sign up for ESPN+, go to their website and select the “Start Your Free Trial” button. From there, you’ll choose your plan (monthly or annual), enter your payment information, and create an account.
Once you have an account, you can watch UFC 266 by going to the ESPN+ website or downloading the ESPN app on your mobile device.
What Time Does UFC 266 Start?
UFC 266 features the rematch between Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou and Stipe Miocic. The two previously met at UFC 260, where Ngannou knocked out Miocic in the second round to become the Heavyweight Champion. The fight will take place on Saturday, October 24th.
The main card will start at 10:00 PM ET / 7:00 PM PT on ESPN+. The prelims will start at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT on ESPN+. The early prelims will start at 6:30 PM ET / 3:30 PM PT on ESPN+.
UFC 266: Fight Card
UFC 266 will take place on Saturday, October 24th. The main card will air on ESPN+ pay-per-view, with the prelims kicking off on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.
The main event will feature a heavyweight title unification bout between reigning champion Stipe Miocic and former champion Daniel Cormier. The co-main event will see Tony Ferguson take on Justin Gaethje for the interim lightweight championship.
Here is the full UFC 266 fight card:
Main Card (PPV)
Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier
Tony Ferguson vs. Justin Gaethje
Derrick Lewis vs. Alexander Volkov
Matt Brown vs. Miguel Baeza
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Alonzo Menifield
Preliminary Card (ESPN)
Lauren Murphy vs. Cynthia Calvillo Mike Perry vs. Mickey Gall Jim Miller vs. Vinc Pichel Lando Vannata vs. easily phenom in any other division Brendan Loughnane freelance writer & photographer Maki Pitolo
Preliminary Card (ESPN Deportes) Polyana Viana vs Tecia Torres Jessica Penne vs Luana Carolina Jamie Pickettvs Jordan Wright
UFC 266: Preview
UFC 266 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that is scheduled to take place on July 10, 2021, at a yet to be determined location. This will be the first UFC event to feature three title fights on the same card.
In the main event, UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov will attempt to defend his title against number one ranked lightweight contender Justin Gaethje. The co-main event will see UFC Bantamweight Champion Petr Yan put his title on the line against former champion Aljamain Sterling. And in the final championship bout on the card, UFC Flyweight Champion Deiveson Figueiredo will defend his title against Brandon Moreno.
UFC 266: Results
The MMA world was abuzz on Saturday night as UFC 266 took place. The main event was a rematch between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier, with McGregor winning by second-round TKO. In the co-main event, Tony Ferguson defeated Justin Gaethje by fifth-round submission to become the interim UFC lightweight champion.
Here are the full results from UFC 266:
-Conor McGregor defeated Dustin Poirier by TKO (strikes) in Round 2, 1:23
-Tony Ferguson defeated Justin Gaethje by submission (triangle choke) in Round 5, 3:02
-Charles Oliveira defeated Michael Chandler by submission (guillotine choke) in Round 2, 2:06
-Cub Swanson defeated Jeremy Stephens by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
-(FX) Daniel Rodriguez vs. Nicolas Dalby ruled a majority draw (29-27 Rodriguez, 28-28 x2)
-(FX) Matt Schnell def. Tyson Nam via knockout (head kick and punches) at :38 of Round 1
-(ESPN+) Amanda Ribas def. Angela Hill via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
-(ESPN+) Alex Morono def. Rhys McKee via TKO (punches) at 4:17 of Round 1
-(ESPN+) Bill Algeo def. Shane Burgos via split decision (29-28 Algeo, 28-29 Burgos, 29-28 Algeo)