UFC returns to Chicago tonight to stage one of the most anticipated bouts of the year. Henry Cejudo and Marlon Moraes compete for the vacant bantamweight title. Here's how to watch the fight live.
How to follow the fight live in the US.
Interestingly, US UFC 238 is exclusive to ESPN +, ESPN's streaming service. The only way to follow the fight live is online TV. You'll need to sign up for ESPN + and then win the fight as a pay-per-view event.
Main Battle Card coverage begins at 22:00 Eastern Time (US).
ESPN + usually costs $ 4.99 a month. However, you can sign up for a free seven-day trial. To watch UFC 238 live, you'll need to raise another $ 60.
ESPN + currently offers a special subscription to ESPN + and UFC 238 for $ 79.99.
There's no way to watch the fight live on cable TV or any other streaming service this time around.
To track the fight with a six-hour delay outside the US
If you are outside the US You can win the fight through ufc.tv, but you must watch it six hours after the combat broadcast.
The pay-per-view price varies by location. In some regions, such as the Philippines, you can pursue the fight for as little as $ 1
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