ESPN+ is an inexpensive and easy way to add more sports to your streaming. Enjoy all kinds of sports and much more. The UFC 241 live stream is a pay-per-view event, so anyone can purchase it whether you’re an ESPN+ subscriber or not!
The following sections will give you all the details you need about ESPN+ and how to catch the UFC 241 live stream on Saturday August 17. Keep in mind, that the main card airs on ESPN+, which is not available through cable. So, even cable users would need ESPN+ to watch the UFC 241 live stream. Not familiar with ESPN+? You’ll learn all you need to know in the sections below!
How to Watch UFC 241 Online
UFC 241 is set to take place on August 17. The Early Prelims will kick off at 6:15 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass. This will be followed up by the Prelims, which will start at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. Finally, the Main Card will air on ESPN+ starting at 10 p.m. ET. If you subscribe to UFC Fight Pass that will cover the Early Prelims and if you have cable or subscribe to a streaming service offering ESPN, you’re set for the Prelims. For the main card you will need to order the ESPN+ UFC 241 PPV. You can order this event separately or you can bundle an ESPN+ membership in with the deal that gives you a one-year subscription and the PPV for one price.
Who is on the Fight Card for UFC 241?
You can watch the Early Prelims using UFC Fight Pass. Things will get started at 6:15 p.m. ET. This will include:
- Hannah Cifers vs. Jodie Esquibel (Women’s Strawweight)
- Kyung Ho Kang Brandon Davis (Bantamweight)
- Sabina Mazo vs. Shana Dobson ( Women’s Flyweight)
At 8 p.m. ET, the Prelims will air on ESPN with:
- Clay Collard vs. Devonte Smith (Lightweight)
- Raphael Assunção vs. Cory Sandhagen (Bantamweight)
- Manny Bermudez vs. Casey Kenney (Bantamweight)
- Drakkar Klose vs. Christos Giagos (Lightweight)
Finally, at 10 p.m. ET, the main event will take place on ESPN+:
- Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic (Heavyweight)
- Anthony Pettis vs. Nate Diaz (Welterweight)
- Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa (Middleweight)
- Gabriel Benítez Sodiq Yusuff (Featherweight)
- Derek Brunson vs. Ian Heinisch (Middleweight)
Watch UFC 241 Live Stream Online on ESPN+
ESPN+ is a standalone sports streaming service that offers many of your favorite sports without the hassles commonly associated with cable. Though the name looks familiar, you won’t find the same content on ESPN and ESPN+. In order to watch the best of what both networks have to offer, you’d need a service offering ESPN, in addition to your ESPN+ membership. You can choose to order the UFC 241 separately, as it’s a pay-per-view event. Your other option is to get the PPV with a full year of ESPN+. The UFC 241 live stream on its own is $59.99 or you can opt for the PPV + ESPN+ subscription for $80.
ESPN+ Offers a Packed On-Demand Library
If you decide to sign up for ESPN+, you’ll have access to both live content and a full on-demand library. Available sports include MLB, MLS, rugby, exclusive UFC Fight Nights, Top Rank boxing, MMA, college sports, and much more. The on-demand library includes many sporting events, analysis shows, and even the 30 for 30 series. Additional highlights include:
- Watch ESPN+ content live and on-demand
- Get the UFC 241 live stream for $59.99 or bundle it with a year of ESPN+ for $80
- A variety of ESPN+ original shows are included
- Pay just $4.99 per month
- Watch UFC fights, MLS, PGA Golf, MMA, Boxing, Cricket, Tennis, College sports, and much more!
- ESPN+ is contract free! So, if you sign up, you can cancel at any time
- Remember if you just purchase the UFC 241 PPV, you won’t get access to ESPN+ content beyond that, but you can order a subscription with the PPV and save some money!
- You can watch ESPN+ with Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, iOS/Android, Oculus Go, and more
What About the Prelims on ESPN?
If you already have a streaming service offering ESPN or you still have cable, you can tune in at 8 p.m. ET to catch the Prelims for the UFC 241 live stream. If you want to watch the Prelims but don’t have ESPN, here are some of the services that offer access to ESPN and many other channels:
- Sling TV (review) – This is one of the cheapest streaming services with packages from $25 per month. Sling Orange has ESPN and much more – Try one-week for free
- Hulu with Live TV (review)– 60+ channels including ESPN. Streaming on most devices – Get 7-days free
- PlayStation Vue (review) – Packages from 45+ channels for $50 per month. All packages include ESPN and more – Enjoy 5-days free
- YouTube TV – Offers ESPN and 70+ other channels with a bottomless DVR, and the chance to add user profiles! – Start your weeklong free trial
- DIRECTV NOW (review) – Start with 40+ channels from ESPN to HBO. Stream on most devices – Sign up for your free one-week trial
Hopefully that answers all of your questions and you’re ready to watch UFC 241 online without cable. Still have questions? You can let us know in the comments!