UFC 276 Live Stream: How Adesanya vs. Cannonier to watch

UFC 276: Adesanya vs. Cannonier takes place tonight. There are two championships on deck, along with plenty of other exciting fights, but as this is a pay-per-view event, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ if you want to watch the UFC 276 live stream online. If you’d like to tune in, here’s how to watch UFC 276 online with ESPN+, a rundown of some of the best fighters to enter the Octagon, and how you might be able to save some money on the UFC 276 PPV.

Date: Saturday 2 July
Time: 10pm ET / 7pm PT (main event)
Location: T-Mobile Arena
Place: Las Vegas, Nevada

How UFC 276: Adesanya vs. Cannonier to watch online in the US

Israel Adesanya does his ring walk at UFC 259.

We are halfway through 2022 and UFC 276 is the seventh numbered event of the year in MMA competition. The UFC typically hosts one of these numbered shows per month, and with rare exceptions, these are pay-per-view events that are broadcast exclusively on ESPN+ in the US. ESPN+ is the sports channel’s premium streaming app and is the best way to watch UFC fights online† as of now, ESPN+ is also the only way to watch UFC PPV exhibits like this one. After signing up, you can install the ESPN+ app on most smart TVs, streaming sticks, mobile devices, and Xbox or PlayStation consoles, or you can stream UFC 276 directly in your PC’s web browser.

UFC 276 is a great event to mark mid-2022 as the main card features not one but two championship matchups. For the main event, UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya will defend his title for the fifth time. His opponent is the first title challenger Jared Cannonier. For the co-main, featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski faces former champion Max Holloway in a trilogy fight. Volkanovski stripped Holloway of the title in 2019 and defended it in their rematch the following year. Now Holloway is vying to reclaim his title after earning another shot at the championship. The UFC 276 fight card also features another notable talent, with fan favorites like Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, Sean O’Malley and Robbie Lawler also doing their ring walks tonight.

ESPN+ costs $7 per month or $70 per year, while the current price of UFC pay-per-views is $75 – an increase of $5 from last year. That’s a combined price of $145 for a one-year subscription along with the UFC 276 PPV, but if you’re new to ESPN+, you can grab both for $100 now. This one-time bundle deal offer will save you $45, but you can only redeem it once. If you’re already an ESPN+ subscriber, you’ll have to pay the regular price to watch UFC 276 online, but another way to save might be to upgrade to the Disney bundle. This includes ESPN+, Disney+, and ad-supported Hulu for just $14 a month (which basically gets you ESPN+ for free). The UFC 276 main card pay-per-view kicks off at 10pm ET / 7pm PT.

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