UFC 250 Live : Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer are set to get down to business in the headliner of UFC 250.
It may be occurring just about a month later than we expected, however UFC 250 will at long last be occurring on Saturday night, June 6.
The occasion was initially booked to happen in Sao Paulo, Brazil, toward the beginning of May and include Henry Cejudo versus Jose Aldo as the headliner, however the COVID-19 pandemic tossed the entirety of that out the window. Nonetheless, we’ll despite everything get the opportunity to see a ladies’ featherweight title session in Las Vegas between two of the best female contenders on the planet: Brazil’s Amanda Nunes (19-4) and Canada’s Felicia Spencer (8-1).
Nunes, the present boss, last ventured foot in the ring in December when she effectively shielded her UFC ladies’ bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie by consistent choice. Her last thrashing returned right in 2014 against Cat Zingano, and from that point forward she’s won 10 sessions in succession on her approach to turning into the featherweight and bantamweight champion.
Spencer last battled in February, bringing down Zarah Fairn Dos Santos by TKO. Prior to that, she endured the main annihilation of her vocation last July by consistent ruling against Cris Cyborg.
Different sessions on the card incorporate a couple of bantamweight standoffs, Cody Garbrandt versus Raphael Assunção and Aljamain Sterling versus Cory Sandhagen, and a welterweight fight between Neil Magny and Anthony Rocco Martin.
Here’s all you have to think about how to watch UFC 250:
What time is UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer?
Date: Saturday, June 6
Early prelims: 6 p.m. ET
Prelims: 8 p.m. ET
Main event: 10 p.m. ET
Nunes vs. Spencer: Approx. 12:15 a.m. ET
The event will take place Saturday, June 6. Early prelims will begin at 6 p.m. ET, followed by prelims at 8 p.m. ET. The main card will start at 10 p.m. ET, and Nunes and Spencer are expected to enter the Octagon shortly after midnight ET, depending on how long the earlier fights take.
UFC 250 TV, live stream info
In the United States, the early prelims will be on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+. The prelims will be available on UFC Fight Pass, and the main event will be available for pay-per-view on ESPN+.
In Canada, you can catch the early prelims on UFC Fight Pass and the prelims on TSN and RDS. The main event is available for pay-per-view on Bell, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus and Eastlink, as well as UFC Fight Pass.
In Australia, the early prelims and prelims are on UFC Fight Pass and ESPN, and the PPV main card is on Main Event and Fetch TV, plus UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
In Brazil, the prelims and main card are on Combate.
In the UK and Ireland, the early prelims are on UFC Fight Pass, the prelims are on UFC Fight Pass and BT Sport, and the main card is available on BT Sport.
In Germany, Spain and Italy, the early prelims and prelims are on UFC Fight Pass, and the main card is available on DAZN, the global sports streaming service, and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
You can learn more about how to watch in other countries at UFC.com.
UFC 250 pay-per-view price
In the United States, the main event is available to ESPN+ subscribers for $64.99. For new subscribers, you can purchase the fight with an ESPN+ subscription included for $84.98.
Pricing varies by location depending on region and platform.
UFC 250 fight card
Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer
Cody Garbrandt vs. Raphael Assunção
Aljamain Sterling vs. Cory Sandhagen
Neil Magny and Anthony Rocco Martin
Eddie Wineland vs. Sean O’Malley
Alex Caceres vs. Chase Hooper
Ian Heinisch vs. Gerald Meerschaert
Cody Stamann vs. Brian Kelleher
Charles Byrd vs. Maki Pitolo
Alex Perez vs. Jussier Formiga
Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark
Evan Dunham vs. Herbert Burns