What time is the UFC fight tonight? UFC 297 complete schedule

It’s UFC 297 time, with the newest event in the Ultimate Fighting Championship taking place today. This saw Sean Strickland make his first title defense against Dricus Du Plessis. Taking place at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada, it will definitely be a spectacle full of great fights. If you want to watch this UFC live stream from the comfort of your own home, we’ve got everything you need to know about how to do that below.

What time is the UFC fight tonight?

The fight was just about to start, and it was a busy night. Early prelims begin at 7:30 p.m. ET, regular prelims begin at 9:30 p.m. ET, and the main card begins at 11:00 p.m. ET.

As part of the card, you will see a main event between middleweight contenders Sean Strickland and Dricus Du Plessis. The pair will likely be quite aggressive considering they had an unplanned fight in the crowd during UFC 296 back in December, with Du Plessis taunting Strickland over the alleged abuse he suffered as a child.

In addition to the main card, the other main event features Raquel Pennington and Mayra Bueno Silva battling to become the new women’s bantamweight champion. There’s also a welterweight fight between Neil Magny and Mike Malott, as well as a light heavyweight fight between Dominick Reyes and Carlos Ulberg. Featherweight fighters Arnold Allen and Movsar Evloev also fought it out.

Add in the preliminaries and preliminary preliminaries, and there are six more matchups to follow as well. That means a lot of action during UFC 297.

How to watch UFC 297 live stream

Since 2019, ESPN has had an exclusive contract for UFC and its PPV schedule. Some fight cards are broadcast on ESPN TV channels and UFC Fight Pass, but ESPN+ is the only place to see UFC PPVs online. Including if you want to see the UFC 297 card. If you want to enjoy some quality UFC 297 time, you must register ESPN+. There’s no free trial of ESPN+ but it’s pretty cheap compared to many live TV streaming services.

ESPN+ costs $11 per month or $110 per year, depending on whether you decide to commit to a full year’s worth or not. Additionally, you will have to pay a one-time fee of $80 to unlock UFC 297 PPV. That means if you’re just interested in watching the cards, you’ll have to pay $91 for the privilege, but if you have an interest in sports, it makes sense to sign up for ESPN+ for a little longer than that.

ESPN+ also offers a lot of other sports content. It has college basketball, La Liga football, PGA Golf, MLB, NFL, and NBA. There’s also fantastic insight into all your favorite sports, along with access to ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 documentary series. It’s available on almost any device you can think of including modern smart TVs, streaming devices, web browsers, and game consoles.

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