UFC is taking their biggest event of the month to the Great White North, and bringing along the biggest stars of the featherweight divisions. If you want to catch all of the fights but aren't sure how, we can help you find the right package and figure out how to buy the Pay-Per-View. Here is everything you need to know to stream Holloway vs. Edgar and Cyborg vs. Spencer in UFC 240 PPV available through ESPN+.
UFC 240 will broadcast live on Saturday, July 21 from Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada. This is a split event PPV, so the ESPN app will be key to keeping things simple because it has the entire event in one place. The Early Prelims kick things off at 6:15 p.m. Eastern on ESPN+. At 8 p.m., the Prelims move to ESPN. At 10 p.m., the Main Card headlined by Holloway vs. Edgar takes over on PPV via ESPN+.
ESPN+ is the only way to get UFC pay-per-view events. MMA fans know ESPN+ for UFC Fight Nights live streams this year, as well as the most recent PPV events. However, if you are new to ESPN+ or UFC 240 PPV, here's a quick explanation.
If you are new to ESPN+, you can get a special offer of UFC 240 PPV and a full year subscription to ESPN+ for only $79.99.
If you already have an ESPN+ subscription, you can order UFC 240 PPV for only $59.99.
New subscribers can get UFC 240 PPV and save over 25% on one year of ESPN+
For new subscribers, this special offer includes much more than one night of fights. It includes a subscription to ESPN+, which regularly costs $4.99 a month, or $49.99 a year for access to UFC Fight Nights, Top Rank Boxing, MLB, NHL, MLS, College Sports, and so much more. Getting both UFC 240 PPV and a year of ESPN+ for $79.99 is a large savings on this sports streaming service. You are getting the Holloway vs. Edgar main card, a year of exclusive UFC Fight Night events, UFC event Pre-show and Post-Show coverage, and everything else ESPN+ offers for one low price. Then you can relax for the next year with everything necessary to buy more UFC PPV events.
How to buy UFC 240
If you already subscribe to ESPN+, you can buy UFC 240 PPV on the streaming devices you use to watch all the action. This feature is available on the ESPN app for TV platforms, and only takes a few taps on your remote.
For new subscribers, ESPN makes it easy to buy UFC 240 PPV on the event page of ESPN+. Just create an account and purchase this event on your computer. Then login with that account on a streaming device to activate the PPV in the ESPN app. You can get signed up and signed in fast, and then shift your focus to the fights!
The Main Event
Max "Blessed" Holloway (20-4) is the Featherweight champion, and sixth on the UFC pound-for-pound overall rankings. He returns to featherweight to defend his title after a loss in his last fight, which was a failed attempt to become a two division champion. In a unanimous decision, Dustin Poirier won the Interim Lightweight title by beating Holloway in the Fight of the Night of UFC 236. The Hawaian native mixes kickboxing, Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu to become a dynamic and unpredictable fighter. Holloway is a strong betting favorite, but far from a sure thing against a tough opponent.
Frankie "The Answer" Edgar (22-6-1) is a former UFC Lightweight champion seeking a return to the top of the ranks. Since losing his title to Benson Henderson at UFC 144, Edgar has fought in three other title fights before this week, and has lost them all. However, he has won three of his last four bouts. Frankie has a background in boxing and wrestling, but isn't a classic finisher with knockouts or submissions. Even though 17 of his 30 professional fights have ended in decisions, he still has the skill and power needed to finish off a foe in one punch if they let their guard down. Holloway will need to maintain his defense at all times.
Watch as Frankie Edgar makes quick work of Chad Mendes with a knockout so amazing it earned the Performance of the Night award back in 2015.
Here's the schedule for this split event:
- Early Prelims: 6:15 p.m. Eastern on ESPN+
- Prelims: 8 p.m. Eastern on ESPN
- Main Card: 10 p.m. Eastern on PPV
- Post Show: 1 a.m. on ESPN+
UFC 240 also features a major women's featherweight match as Cris Cyborg (20-2) faces Felicia Spencer (7-0). Cyborg wants to bounce back from her first loss in 22 straight fights, where she lost her title belt to Amanda Nunes at UFC 232. Her otherwise impressive record is filled with big victories as well as a doping violation and accusations of further drug use. Cyborg has even had others refuse to fight her for these reasons. That isn't an issue for Spencer, who is fighting in just her second UFC match. A win here would be a huge step up for the undefeated fighter, and put her in a position for a challenge to Nunes for the championship.
The rest of the card, subject to change as always, is as follows:
Main Card Pay Per View
- Geoff Neal (11-2) vs. Niko Price (13-2)
- Olivier Aubin-Mercier (11-4) vs. Arman Tsarukyan (13-2)
- Krzysztof Jotko (20-4) vs. Marc-André Barriault (11-2)
- Alexis Davis (19-9) vs. Viviane Araujo (7-1)
- Hakeem Dawodu (9-1) vs. Yoshinori Horie (8-1)
- Gavin Tucker (10-1) vs. Seung Woo Choi (7-2)
- Alexandre Pantoja (21-3) vs. Deiveson Figueiredo (15-1)
- Gillian Robertson (6-3) vs. Sarah Frota (9-1)
- Kyle Stewart (11-2) vs. Erik Koch (15-6)
- Giacomo Lemos (6-0) vs. Tanner Boser (16-5-1)
You will need the ESPN app to watch UFC 240, so it's a good idea to get it on your streaming device before the action begins. It is available on the major streaming platforms and game consoles. You can also stream ESPN+ to your TVs by using either Chromecast or AirPlay. The ESPN app features sports and shows from ESPN+ as well as the ESPN cable networks, so make sure you also sign in with your live streaming or cable login and password too. Then you can watch the entire UFC 240, including Early Prelims, Prelims, and PPV Main Card, all in one app.
You can order UFC 240 Holloway vs. Edgar today. New ESPN+ subscribers pay $79.99 for this pay-per-view and 1 year of ESPN+. Existing subscribers pay just $59.99. Either way, you will get an exciting night of top fights including Holloway vs. Edgar.
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