‘UFC Fight Night’: How to Watch Yusuff vs. Barboza Online Without Cable

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It’s finally happening! UFC Fight Night is back on Saturday (Oct. 14), and it features a matchup you don’t want to miss. The main card event will see No. 11 ranked featherweight Sodiq Yusuff go against No. 13 ranked Edson Barboza at 7 p.m. ET at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

If you couldn’t score a travel deal or tickets to see the fight in-person, you can still catch the main card event as well as the preliminaries on ESPN+.

While Yusuff vs. Barboza will see who takes home the title, the co-main event will have former UFC title challenger and No. 9 ranked flyweight contender Jennifer Maia enter the ring against against No. 10 Viviane Araujo. It’s a particularly important match for Maia as, if she wins, she’ll secure not only another win, but the longest win streak of her fighting career.

Other fights you can expect to see include Jonathan Martinez vs. Adrian Yanez (bantamweight), Michel Pereira vs. Andre Petroski (middleweight), Edgar Chairez vs. Daniel Lacerda (catchweight) and Christian Rodriguez vs. Cameron Saaiman (bantamweight).

Keep reading to learn the streaming options for Yusuff vs. Barboza.

When & How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Yusuff vs. Barboza

Preliminary matches will begin at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday (Oct. 14), which you can watch anywhere ESPN airs including ESPN+. If you have cable, tune into whatever channel ESPN is on — just check your channel guide through your cable provider to find the channel.

Don’t have cable? You may be able to watch it through an HD antenna or you can use live TV providers including DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, SlingTV, Philo and fuboTV that have free trials and promos going on, which means you could watch the preliminary matches for free.

The main card event will be livestreamed exclusively on ESPN+ at 7 p.m. ET, which current ESPN+ subscribers can tune into for no additional cost.

Don’t have a subscription? ESPN+ doesn’t have a free trial, but it is one of the cheapest streaming platforms on the market at $10.99/month or you can save over 15% with an annual membership for $109.99/year.

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