UFC on ESPN 9 Prelims Live Stream – How To Watch Online

UFC on ESPN 9 will take place at UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States this weekend. The event is scheduled for May 30, 2020. It will be 516th event in UFC history.

UFC on ESPN 9 main event is a 170 clash between Tyron Woodley and Gilbert Burns. Also on the card, Blagoy Ivanov taking on Augusto Sakai in a 265 bout. You can view the bout schedule and UFC on ESPN 9 fight card here.

In this post, we will go in-depth on how you can watch the preliminary portion of UFC on ESPN 9, without cable and in most cases for free.

How To Watch UFC on ESPN 9 Prelims

UFC on ESPN 9 airs this Saturday. UFC on ESPN 9 prelims will begin at 6:00 PM ET on ESPN+ and the main card starts at 21:00:00 ET on ESPN+, find out how to live stream UFC on ESPN 9 main card online. To learn about UFC on ESPN 9 live stream options, read on below.

Can I live stream UFC on ESPN 9 for free?
Yes, but only the preliminary card. See the details below.

Is UFC on ESPN 9 PPV?
UFC on ESPN 9 is a Fight Night event.

How can I watch UFC on ESPN 9 online?
You can watch preliminary fights via Sling TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, and Hulu with Live TV. Scroll down for all the options.

When is UFC on ESPN 9?
UFC on ESPN 9 takes place in , on the 30th of May 30. Prelims kick off at 6:00 PM ET on ESPN+.

Where is UFC on ESPN 9 taking place?
UFC on ESPN 9 will be held at UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

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UFC on ESPN 9 Prelims Live Stream Options

You can watch preliminary fights online without cable subscription, and in many cases for free on Sling TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, and Hulu with Live TV. Here are your options in detail:

ESPN

If you have cable subscription, simply login to ESPN.com and start watching the prelims, you may also stream the fights for via ESPN app (Google Play and App Store).

Sling TV

If you don’t have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch UFC through Sling TV. Sling TV is a service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand TV channels on TV, computer and mobile devices. Sling TV is a solid budget option because you can get ESPN and ESPN2 for $25 per month with the “Sling Orange” plan. Just check out a free 7-day trial to see if Sling TV works for you. If you cancel your subscription within the week, you will not be charged. Once signed up, simply download the app for your computer to start watching.

YouTube TV

UFC on ESPN 9 prelims will be televised on ESPN2, which means you can also stream the fights on YouTube TV. The nice thing about YouTube TV is that you can watch ESPN and ESPN2 online when you’re not at home on most devices. YouTube TV has an impressive lineup of 50+ channels for $49.99 per month. Try out YouTube TV free for a week. The service also works with Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and NVIDIA Shield TV.

AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now, formerly known as DirecTV Now lets you live stream ESPN and ESPN2 with their Plus channel package. You can watch UFC on ESPN 9 prelims for free if you sign up for the free 7-day trial and cancel it before the trial period ends. You will not be charged. AT&T TV Now allows you to stream on three devices at once and is available on desktop, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast.

Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with Live TV will be the best deal for most people, especially if you’re a sports fan looking to live stream ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, and Big Ten Network without cable. A subscription costs $44.99 per month and includes Hulu’s on-demand service. You can watch a live stream of the fights on your computer via the Hulu website, or on your phone, tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Echo Show via the Hulu app (Google Play and App Store).

The best thing about live streaming is that – unlike cable – you can easily cancel online anytime without any penalties or obligation.

ESPN+

UFC on ESPN 9 early prelims can be watched exclusively on ESPN+. ESPN+ is a digital streaming service from ESPN that has exclusive coverage of UFC events for $4.99 per month. Unfortunately, ESPN+ no longer offers a free trial. The service had a free trial previously, but as ESPN+ grew the trial retired. However, ESPN+ lets you cancel a monthly subscription anytime. You can sign up for a month of ESPN+ right here.

Once you’re signed up for ESPN+, there are many ways you can watch the UFC event online. You can watch the fights on your computer via ESPN.com, or you can watch on your phone, tablet, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One via the ESPN app (Google Play and App Store). For all of these options, you will need to sign in with your ESPN+ account.

Bars

If you are looking for where to watch UFC on ESPN 9 near you, check out a list of sports bars and pubs near you that will most likely be showing UFC on ESPN 9 fights here.

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