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How to watch UFC 250: Live stream Nunes vs Spencer online

Amanda Nunes will defend her UFC Women’s Featherweight title against Felicia Spencer in the Octagon this Saturday

As most countries are easing their lockdown measures, sporting leagues across the world are slowly making a comeback. For the UFC, though, this will be their second event in a month as UFC 250 takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, this Saturday 6 June.

Last month, Justin Gaethje pulled off a stunning victory over Tony Ferguson and an equally brutal fight awaits us this weekend as defending UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion Amanda “Lioness” Nunes goes up against Felicia “Feenom” Spencer.

Nunes is the #1 UFC pound-for-pound fighter and it’s first and only reigning female double-champion. This is the first time she’ll be defending the Featherweight title that she won when she defeated Cris Cyborg at UFC 232 back in December 2018.

The Brazilian also holds the UFC Women’s Bantamweight title, which she won at UFC 200 and has successfully defended five times since. Meanwhile, Canadian fighter Spencer has recently switched over to the UFC from Invicta FC where she had an undefeated record and eventually won the Invicta FC Featherweight Championship.

The co-main event of the night is between Raphael Assuncao and Cody Garbrandt who are both coming off losses in their last few fights inside the Octagon. Garbrandt has 11 UFC wins in total, nine of which have come via knockout, while Assuncao’s last win was almost two years ago.

The other bout that promises to be an interesting one is the third-last fight of the night between Aljamain Sterling and Cory Sandhagen. Both fighters are coming off a string of impressive victories. While Sterling hasn’t lost any of his four fights in the last four years, Sandhagen is yet to be beaten in his five fights since switching over to the UFC from LFA.

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How to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer – Main card: Date, time, channel

US: Saturday, 6 June, at 10pm (ET) 7pm (PT) on ESPN+

UK: Sunday, 7 June, at 3am BST on BT Sport 1

  • Amanda Nunes vs Felicia Spencer for the Women’s Featherweight title
  • Rafael Assuncao vs Cody Garbrandt in the Bantamweight bout
  • Aljaman Sterling vs Cory Sandhagen in the Bantamweight bout
  • Neil Magny vs Anthony Rocoo Martin in the Welterweight bout
  • Eddie Wineland vs Sean O’Malley in the Bantamweight bout

How to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer – Prelims card: Date, time, channel

US: Saturday, 6 June, at 8pm (ET) 5pm (PT) on ESPN+

UK: Sunday, 6 June, at 1am BST on BT Sport 1

  • Alex Caceres vs Chase Hooper in the Featherweight bout
  • Ian Heinisch vs Gerald Meerschaert in the Middleweight bout
  • Cody Stamann vs Brian Kelleher in the Featherweight bout
  • Charles Byrd vs Maki Pitolo in the Middleweight bout

How to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer – Early Prelims card: Date, time, channel

US: Saturday, 6 June, at 6pm (ET) 3:30pm (PT) on ESPN+

UK: Saturday, 6 June, at 11pm BST on UFC Fight Pass

  • Jussier Formiga vs Alex Perez in the Flyweight bout
  • Alonzo Menifield vs Devin Clark in the Light Heavyweight bout
  • Evan Dunham vs Herbert Burns

How to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer in the US: ESPN+

ESPN+ has exclusive rights to broadcast every single UFC PPV event, including UFC 250. If you don’t have an existing ESPN+ subscription, the best way to watch the UFC 250 Main Card is to subscribe to the ESPN+ and UFC 250 bundle. This gives you one year’s access to ESPN and UFC 250 for just $85, resulting in a 25% saving if you were to take ESPN+ ($50) and UFC ($65) separately.

Apart from UFC 250, this bundle gives you access to 20 exclusive live UFC Fight Nights, including Dana White’s Contender Series, UFC Destined, Ariel The Bad Guy, classic fights, replays and much more, but it does not include a seven-day trial of the service. Existing ESPN+ subscribers will be able to purchase UFC 250 for $65.

ESPN+ is brilliant because you can watch the fights live on any of your devices. Apart from your PC, phone and tablet, there are apps for Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast and even gaming consoles such as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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How to watch the UFC Nunes vs Spencer in the UK: BT Sport 1

If you live in the UK, then the only way to watch UFC 250 is on BT Sport 1. Signing up to BT Sport can be a little daunting: there are no fewer than eight routes in, including via mobile providers such as EE and ISPs like Virgin Media. Fortunately, we have a guide to watching BT Sport that covers the process in more detail.

Get BT Sport on TV: If you have BT TV, however, you’re in luck as BT Sport is already included in the company’s TV bundles. If you’re just a broadband customer, it’ll cost you between £10 and £15/mth. There is a three-month free trial that you can make the most of, though. Sky TV and TalkTalk TV customers can upgrade to BT Sport, starting from £25/mth, with a one-off payment of £20/mth upfront on a one-year contract.

Get a BT Sport Monthly Pass (contract-free): If you don’t have BT Sport, then your best option to watch UFC 250 on Saturday night is to get the BT Monthly Pass. This costs £25 and you can cancel at any time because you’re not tied down to any long-term contracts. You can stream the fights on your mobile, table and even cast it to your TV. The Pass gives you access to five exclusive BT Sports Channels, including BT Sport Ultimate that’s available in 4K HDR, provided you have a TV that supports this.

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How to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer abroad: use a good VPN service

Both ESPN+ and BT Sport are geo-restricted, meaning you won’t be able to watch UFC 250 Nunes vs Spencer from outside the US or UK on those channels unless you use a good VPN service. These services not only encrypt all your traffic as you browse the web, but also let you access geo-blocked content. This means you can simply choose which country you want to browse from and the VPN will trick your device into thinking it is actually located in that country, giving you access to content that’s otherwise blocked.

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