Live On November 3rd, 2018, Daniel Cormier will challenge fan favorite Derrick Lewis with the UFC heavyweight title on the line in the main event of UFC 230 inside Madison Square Garden. There’s no shortage of ways to watch the event, and we’re here to tell you all about them.
UFC Heavyweight Championship
Network: Pay-Per-View, Fox Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass
Venue: Madison Square Garden
Location: New York, New York
Event Date: November 3, 2018 at 4:45pm EDT
If you reside in the US, you can easily get The UFC.TV app. It can be found on most streaming devices including Android, iOS, Apple, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. The Cormier vs Lewis PPV can be purchased on UFC Fight Pass.You need to sign up with BT Sport in order to watch UFC 230 in the United Kingdom. This channel has exclusive UFC broadcasting rights in the UK, and its app is available on PC, Mac, Android, iPhone, and iPad devices
UFC fans in Canada can watch all the major UFC PPV events live online via the FightNetwork, which is available on Roku, Apple TV, Android, and iOS devices. Australians can order the UFC 230 PPV via Main Event down under for Australian dollars. Then, they can watch the event either on Foxtel or Optus TV featuring Foxtel. Germans can stream Cormier vs Lewis live on DAZN. This is a popular sports streaming channel that constantly expands to new places. In a press release on their official German website, DAZN stated that they have secured exclusive broadcasting rights of UFC PPV events for the next 3 years. Moreover, DAZN is working on getting broadcasting rights to more and more premium sports events. There are thousands of MMA fans who try to watch UFC PPV events live online via pirated streams online. However, there is no legal way to watch UFC 230 for free. Normally, the websites that host free streams are full of ads and malware. Visiting such sites might infect your device and compromise the data on it. Moreover, streaming PPV events using these websites is actually illegal in almost all countries around the world. We recommend that you never resort to pirated streams, even if it means missing out on a major sports event