UFC Fight Night returns to Fort Lauderdale with a stacked card that’s sure to please MMA fans.
Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza and Jack “The Joker” Hermansson collide in the main event. It’s not the fight most people were looking forward to—Yoel Romero was pulled from the card at the last minute—but the two middleweights should put on a show. Both have strong winning streaks—Souza at six, Hermansson at three—and have a history of finishing fights. (See: Souza’s recent KO of former champ Chris Weidman.)
In the co-main event, Greg Hardy, the disgraced former NFL player with a history of domestic abuse, takes on Dmitrii Smoliakov. Hardy is so toxic even ESPN—the new streaming partner of UFC—said his signing was a “major mistake.” Here’s hoping he gets choked out. You’ll find the full UFC Fight Night 150 live stream schedule below.
UFC Fight Night 150: Souza vs. Hermansson
- When: 9pm on Saturday, April 27
- Where: BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
- Streaming: ESPN+ (free with a 7-day trial)
UFC Fight Night 150 live stream: How to watch for free
- Cost: $4.99 per month or $49.99 for 12 months (after 7-day free trial)
- Devices: Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire Tablet, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku players and TV, Oculus Go, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Samsung smart TVs, and iOS and Android devices
ESPN+ hosts 20 UFC Fight Night events per year. That alone makes it worth the $4.99-per-month price tag, but ESPN’s new subscription service offers a lot more than just UFC bouts. You’ll also be able to watch the entire catalog of 30 for 30 documentaries and a ton of additional sports programming. We’re talking about hundreds of college basketball games, NHL hockey, daily MLB games, 250 MLS matches, and more than 100 exclusive Top Rank boxing matches per year—not to mention exclusive series like Kobe Bryant’s Detail. As an added bonus, you’ll also get an ad-free experience on the ESPN site.
It’s also worth noting that, if you order the next UFC pay-per-view on ESPN+—that’s UFC 237, with Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade and Jared Cannonier vs. Anderson Silva—you’ll have the option of paying either $59.99 for the event or $79.99. If you choose the latter, you’ll also get a free year of ESPN+.
UFC Fort Lauderdale live stream schedule
It’s worth noting that an ESPN+ subscription will only allow you to watch the main event, which starts at 9pm. For the prelims and undercard, you’ll need both ESPN and ESPN2. (ESPN+ functions as an extension of the ESPN app and website, unlocking certain live events and original programming, but it’s not a substitute for ESPN itself.) Most live TV streaming services offer both ESPN and ESPN2. Your cheapest option is Sling TV, but you can also try PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, or Hulu with Live TV.
Main Event | 9pm on ESPN+
- Ronaldo Souza vs. Jack Hermansson
- Greg Hardy vs. Dmitrii Smoliakov
- Alex Oliveira vs. Mike Perry
- Glover Teixeira vs. Ion Cutelaba
- John Lineker vs. Cory Sandhagen
- Roosevelt Roberts vs. Thomas Gifford
Preliminary Card | 7pm on ESPN
- Ben Saunders vs. Takashi Sato
- Andrei Arlovski vs. Augusto Sakai
- Carla Esparza vs. Virna Jandiroba
- Gilbert Burns vs. Mike Davis
Early Prelims | 5:30pm on ESPN2
- Jim Miller vs. Jason Gonzalez
- Angela Hill vs. Jodi Esquibel
- Court McGee vs. Dhiego Lima
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