By Will Dalton
We’ve got a fight to savour in Las Vegas this weekend as the formidable duo of Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier head up UFC 226, and we’re here to make sure you don’t miss a thing we can even tell you how to live stream UFC 226 for free!
American Miocic (18-2) enters the fight as the longest-reining heavyweight champion in the history of UFC and will hope to utilise his striking prowess and go blow-for-blow with Cormier.
Boasting a 20-1 record, Cormier is the stronger wrestler of the two and will look to use his speed and power to get up close to Miocic. A win for Cormier in the heavyweight division would see him become only the second fighter in UFC history to hold two titles simultaneously, following in the footsteps of the legendary Conor McGregor.
Warming us up for the main event showdown is Francis Ngannou vs Derrick Lewis, in what is likely to be a fascinating (and bruising) heavyweight brawl, so it’s worth tuning in early.
As is always the case with UFC, there are plenty of ways to watch the fight this weekend, though many of these are costly. Read on to find out how to live stream UFC 226 and, more importantly, how to do it for free, wherever you are in the world.
Live stream UFC 226 from anywhere in the world
UFC 226 live stream with the UFC Fight Pass (for free!)
How to watch UFC 226: US live stream
Either cable or go for Fight Pass
For US cable and satellite subscribers the options to watch are many with the fight aired on FS1, DirectTV, at&t, VerizonFios, Comcast, Dish, Cox and many more. Check out the service you use to see if its being shown. And if you have one but are out of territory, then read the information above to find out more about how to use a VPN to watch UFC.
If you’re a cord cutter or don’t bother with cable these days, then the obvious option is the UFC Fight Pass.
How to watch UFC 226: Canada live stream
Fight Pass is the best option in Canada
Canada’s Sports Net which usually airs a lot of UFC won’t have UFC 226. That means that the cheapest way to live stream UFC 226 is via the Fight Pass.
Pay-per-view on BellMTS is an option as well. But at $64.99, we don’t know why you wouldn’t go for the much cheaper UFC TV option instead.
How watch UFC 226: UK live stream
How to watch UFC 226: Australia live stream
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