Watch UFC 272: Livestream Covington vs. Masvidal Tomorrow


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The big UFC pay-per-view for March takes place tomorrow night in Las Vegas, Nevada, where a duel between Colby “Chaos” Covington and Jorge “Gamebred” Masvidal will serve as the main event. With 13 fights scheduled, this is set to be a long night of MMA action, and if you want to find out how to watch UFC 272 online, you’ll need to log on to ESPN+. If you’re new, you can even get a nice discount on the PPV so you can watch the UFC 272 live stream and save some cash. Here’s what you need to know.

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Venue: T-Mobile Arena
Date: Saturday March 5th
Time: 10:00 PM ET / 7:00 PM PT (Main Event)

How to watch UFC 272 online in the US

The UFC 272 Main Card is a pay-per-view event. The Ultimate Fighting Championship typically hosts one of these PPV shows each year, and as of now (and for the foreseeable future) they will air exclusively ESPN+, a premium streaming platform that offers a ton of live and on-demand sports content and is by far the best way to watch UFC fights online. ESPN+ itself costs $7 per month or $70 per year, while UFC pay-per-views are $75 each. However, new subscribers can purchase a one-year ESPN+ subscription along with the UFC 272 PPV for $100, a savings of $45. You can then watch the UFC 272 live stream on your smart TV, streaming stick, computer web browser, mobile device or Xbox or PlayStation gaming console.

Headlining UFC 272 is a match between Colby Covington (16-3) and Jorge Masvidal (35-15), two of the top welterweights in UFC and MMA icons. Covington is currently the highest-ranked fighter on the UFC welterweight roster, right next to current champion Kamaru Usman (whom Covington twice challenged for the title, both times unsuccessfully). Masvidal is sixth but is a fan favorite with a long career spanning nearly two decades. Nonetheless, Masvidal is the clear underdog here but will be eager to win – and the resulting status and rank boost he will receive from defeating the world welterweight champion.

Covington enters this fight following his rematch with Usman for the welterweight champion of the world. He’s still the top contender for the gold, however, and will be well positioned for a third title fight if he wins at UFC 272 (in which case his next opponent will likely be second-place welterweight Gilbert Burns). If you want to watch the UFC 272 live stream online and see for yourself how it all goes, you’ll need to subscribe to ESPN+ and take advantage of the pay-per-view. The main map begins at 10:00 p.m. ET (7:00 p.m. PT).

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