Update: You missed it? Well, you'll have heard by now that Nunes handed Spencer one hell of a beating. To be fair to the Canadian though, she finished the fight, not something many can claim against Nunes. But let's look ahead to next big UFC event. Find out everything you need to know about the debut of the UFC Fight Island PPV event! That's right, check out everything you need to know about the UFC 251 live stream happening on July 11.
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There's still time to get your fight night viewing sorted out with a UFC 250 live stream. While most live sports are only just seeing athletes return to training, we've been able to watch UFC online for a few weeks now as the MMA fighters go at it for real. We've seen some amazing matches too, but we're really looking forwards to the Featherweight title bout of Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer tonight in Vegas. What a main event!
Oh, you need more? Well, the UFC 250 PPV live stream surely won't disappoint as a co-main event on the card sees a Bantamweight clash between Raphael Assunção and Cody Garbrandt. Dana White might be listing it as co-main event bout, but make no mistake, the Nunes match is the one everyone's talking about.
Forget Ronda Rousey, the list of awards and accomplishments under Nunes belt easily makes her one of the top fighters throughout UFC. She is the first woman in UFC’s history to hold two belts at the same time and has defended her Bantamweight belt five times. As if that wasn’t enough, she also has the longest winning streak and most wins in women’s UFC, the most knockouts, most UFC title fight wins and has beaten six former or current UFC champions.
Obviously, with all of that combined, Spencer has an almost impossible challenge to step up to. A relatively new fighter in the UFC scene, Spencer joined in 2019 and in that time has won an impressive 8 wins of her 9 matches. Wow, that's some serious momentum right there Spencer is not messing around. Could she cause an upset tonight.
Joining the title fight as a co-main event, Raphael Assunção will be taking on Cody Garbrandt in a Bantamweight match-up. Garbrandt was originally meant to go up against Assunção back in March in a highly anticipated match-up but had to pull out due to kidney problems. Will this affect him now? One way to find out.
Scroll down to find out more about where to find the best UFC 250 live streams from a host of countries including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zeland.
How to watch the UFC 250 live stream online
How to watch UFC 250 live stream in the US:
Any fans of UFC in the US know the drill by now - it’s all about ESPN! If you’re planning on tuning in to see Nunes likely dominate once again in UFC 250, you’ll have to pay up the fee for a PPV.
However, we feel like the better value option is to invest in a UFC Bundle, costing $84.99. While it is slightly more expensive than just the PPV, it gets you access to UFC 250 and a year-long subscription to ESPN+ which would normally cost $50.
The event will be airing on Saturday, June 6 at 6:30 p.m. ET, 3:30 p.m. PT for prelims and the main card will begin at 10pm ET, 7pm PT. Check-in an extra two hours early if you want to warm up with the early prelims too,
How to get a UFC 250 live stream in Canada
Canadian UFC fans will have a particular in tonight's main event with Spencer being a Montreal native. As with most other countries, Canadian's are looking at a PPV fee for tonight's UFC live stream.
You're looking at $64.99 from most major cable networks, Shaw Direct included. As for start times of the main card, it's the same as in the US - 10pm Eastern and 7pm Pacific. If you want to check out the full night's action though, the early prelims are at 6pm/3pm and other prelims at 8pm/5pm.
How to watch UFC 250 online in the UK
Just like in the US, the UK only has one channel to go to - BT Sport. BT has had the exclusive rights to UFC events for quite a while and with this event, that continues.
While you will have to invest in a BT Sport subscription (if you don't have one already), this will only cost you £25 for a monthly pass, or if you tie it into a broadband bundle, it's cost you less per month. Compare that to the price of the PPV in other countries and the UK has a great deal!
However, what's not great in the UK is the time the fight airs. The event will kick off on Saturday June 6 at 1am on BT Sport 1 HD and other platforms (the BT Sport app for instance). The main fight between Nunes and Spencer begins at 3am.
If that's all way too early in the morning for you then don't worry, BT very graciously offers spoiler-free replays of the whole event to watch in your own time.
Live Stream Nunes vs Spencer UFC 250 in Australia
For those in Australia, you won't be able to get away with just getting hold of a subscription like the UK or the US has, instead you will have to invest in the PPV.
The best place to buy this is Foxtel Main Event with the cost set at $54.95. The event is set to kick off on Sunday, June 7 at 12pm AEST making this a pretty convenient time to watch in Australia.
How to watch Nunes vs Spencer in New Zealand
UFC 250 is being shown in New Zealand over on Sky Arena. While it does have one of the cheaper PPV costs for this event at $39.95, you won't be getting access to the prelim fights.
The event will be kicking off at 2pm NZST on Sunday, June 7. Want to catch the prelims? Consider investing in UFC's Fight Pass.
UFC 250 - Early Prelims
- Jussier Formiga vs Alex Perez (Flyweight)
- Alonzo menifeld vs Devin Clark (Light Heavyweight)
UFC 250 - Prelims
- Alex Caceres vs Chase Hooper (Featherweight)
- Ian Heinisch vs Gerald Meerschaert (Middleweight)
- Cody Stamann vs Brian Kelleher (Featherweight)
- Charles Byrd vs Maki Pitolo (Middleweight)
UFC 250- Main Card
The main card features two major fights - Nunes and Spencer battling it out for the Women's Feathweight championship and Assuncao and Garbrandt in a Bantamweight match.
- Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer (Women's UFC Featherweight Championship)
- Raphael Assuncao vs Cody Garbrandt (Bantamweight)
- Aljamain Sterling vs Cody Sandhagen (Bantamweight)
- Neil Magny vs Anthony Rocco Martin (Welterweight)
- Eddie Wineland vs Sean O'Malley (Bantamweight)