UFC 250 live stream – How to watch Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer on ESPN+

It’s Saturday night and sports are finally back – UFC 250 is tonight and Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer are set to brawl live from UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas.

If you’re a sports fan, you don’t want to miss the UFC 250 live stream. After the massive success of UFC 249 in May, Dana White and the UFC put together a monster fight card.

  • Cody Garbrandt vs. Raphael Assuncao
  • Aljamain Sterling  vs. Cory Sandhagen
  • Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin
  • Sean O’Malley vs. Eddie Wineland

And ESPN+ is the only place to watch UFC 250 PPV.

Nunes (19-4) is without question the top female MMA fighter of all time.She became a household name after defeating Ronda Rousey in December 2016, followed by a swift knockout of Cyborg in December 2018.

She’s heavily favored tonight against Spencer.

But the other fights on the main card are worth your attention. The co-main event in bantamweight between Cody “No Love” Garbrandt vs. Raphael Assuncao promises to be an all-out slugfest. Both fighters are riding losing streaks and looking for redemption. Garbrandt hasn’t fought in over a year after being viciously knocked out in a wild scrap at UFC 235 vs. Pedro Munhoz

UFC 250 main card start time is 10PM ET / 7PM PT. Nunes vs. Spencer start time is estimated to be around 12:00AM ET / 9:00 PM PT, but again – we’re not totally sure what to expect at a fight from the UFC APEX.

Below, our guide for how to watch the UFC 250 stream online:

How to watch the UFC 250 stream via ESPN+

Step 1: The UFC has a deal with ESPN to stream UFC PPVs on ESPN+. It’s easy to sign up for an ESPN+ account so you can watch the UFC 250, with Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer in the main event. After you buy the fight on your phone or computer via ESPN+, you can watch UFC 250 on your TV via a variety of ways. More on that below.

If you don’t have ESPN+:

It’s very easy to sign-up AND buy tonight’s UFC 250 PPV. This bundle package includes a one-year subscription to ESPN+ and UFC 250 (valued at $64.99) for only $84.98. That’s 25% off the regular price for both, so it’s a great deal if you’re not already subscribed to ESPN+ (…and if you’re wondering what is ESPN Plus, here are those details).

ONLY ON ESPN+: UFC 250 – Nunes vs Spencer – Saturday 6/9/20 10:00 PM/ET 


If you already have ESPN+

You can watch the UFC 250 prelims on ESPN+.

First, log-in to your ESPN Plus account. Second, all you have to do to buy the PPV is go to the ESPN+ UFC landing page (right here) and then hit “Already have ESPN+?”

It’s in the tiny print, circled below:

After you login to your ESPN+ account, you’ll be able to purchase the fight and watch the fight. The UFC 250 PPV is $64.99 if you already have ESPN+.

The screen looks like this on a mobile device:

How to watch UFC 250

Now that you have ESPN Plus and you bought the UFC 250 PPV, it’s time to tune-in. Here’s how you watch the UFC 250 stream on a number of devices, including the following:

  • Computer by logging into ESPN.com
  • Phone by downloading the ESPN app on board Android or iPhone.
  • Tablet by downloading the ESPN app
  • TV via the following devices and your smart TV, all of which you can download the ESPN app on – Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and more.

All you have to do is sign into your ESPN+ account that you bought the PPV with.

Then you’re all set to watch UFC 250 via the ESPN+ PPV.

ONLY ON ESPN+: UFC 250 – Nunes vs Spencer – Saturday 6/9/20 10:00 PM/ET 



For those mega UFC fans, remember that ESPN+ is the exclusive home for all the action inside the Octagon. So, if you’re already planning on watching UFC 246, you might as well score yourself all the dope content the OTT service offers. Here’s a quick glimpse at the programming on ESPN+ that you’ll get to watch all the hard-hitting action.

  • 20 Live UFC Fight Nights Exclusively on ESPN Plus
  • 100+ total UFC fights, including early prelims, prelims and main-card events
  • Season 2 of Dana White’s Contender Series, which airs exclusively on ESPN Plus
  • ESPN+ members get Ariel & The Bad Guy, as well as award-winning editorial coverage
  • Classic Fights and Fight Replays
  • Streaming UFC (including pay-per-view fights) from any device through ESPN+

Plus, while you can pay $64.99 for UFC 250, you can get the event and a full year of ESPN+ by paying $84.98, so which sounds better to you?

If you’re a sports fan, ESPN+ is the one-stop shop to consume all sorts of your favorite content. From the entire catalogue of 30 for 30s, live events or original series’ like SneakerCenter or Peyton’s Places, among others, every single sports fan should include the streaming service into their monthly budget.

Remember, a yearly plan of ESPN+ with UFC 250 is only $84.98, so now’s the time to get yours so you never miss any of the top-notch UFC or sports content always available at your fingertips.

ONLY ON ESPN+: UFC 250 – Nunes vs Spencer – Saturday 6/9/20 10:00 PM/ET 


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