The UFC fan base is global, and UFC pay-per-views are definitely garnering massive interest in the United States and abroad. Saturday evening UFC 266: Volkanovski vs. Biran Ortega is no exception, with the interim Featherweight Championship title on the line. Live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
UFC 266 Fight Info
The main co-event of the night features Valentina “The Bullet” Shevchenko (21-3-0) as she defends her flyweight title against No.3 competitor Lauren “Lucky” Murphy (15-4- 0). The five-fight main card will begin inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas at 10 p.m. CST.
How to watch UFC 266 live stream
If you’re still wondering how to buy the UFC 266 PPV fight tonight, let’s quickly review here so you can go and watch the fight. You can find the live stream here for purchase, at a reduced cost for PSN players. Watch all UFC PPV fights here with this FightPass.
Remember, the first preliminaries card starts at 6 p.m. EST. Preliminaries begin at 8 p.m. EST and the main card is ready to begin.
How to order UFC 266: Volkanovski vs. Ortega PPV ESPN + fight
You can watch every UFC 266 fight live on ESPN + after purchasing the official PPV event from the ESPN website here.
Existing ESPN + subscribers can order UFC 266 for $ 69.99.
- Visit the ESPN website
- Follow the instructions on the page to login and go to the order page (for example, click here to login and view your exclusive offers)
- Follow the onscreen instructions to complete your order
New ESPN + subscribers can save by ordering the UFC 266 and ESPN + pack for $ 89.99
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UFC 266 airs on ESPN + and UFC Fight Pass in the United States. The main map is available as a pay-per-view event. Available in a number of different countries, access to all event fights, or the event itself may not be available in all country, especially streaming. For this, we recommend that you check out FightPass.
UFC 266 Fight Card
Saturday, September 25 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Main Card – 10:00 p.m. on ESPN + PPV
- Alexander Volkanovski v Biran Ortega
- Valentina Shevchenko vs. Lauren Murphy
- Nick Diaz vs. Robbie Lawler
- Curtis Blaydes vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik
- Jessica Andrade vs. Cynthia Calvillo
Ortega has a divisional belt shot yet again, now from the man who took it from Holloway at UFC 245 to Volkanovski. Alexander “The Great” has been unstoppable since joining the UFC in 2016 with an unbeaten record in The Octagon. It has been over a year since Volkanovsky last fought, but his 19-game winning streak is still alive. He has beaten Holloway twice in his career and is now facing Ortega for the first time.