How to Live Stream UFC 205: Alvarez vs. McGregor

Lots of great fights tonight, and the action kicks off in less than an hour!

Starting with the UFC Fight Pass preliminary fights, we have Liz Carmouche vs. Katlyn Chookagian and Thiago Alves vs. Jim Miller. For the televised preliminary fights, there is Vicente Luque vs. Belal Muhammad, Tim Boetsch vs. Rafael Natal, Michael Johnson vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Frankie Edgar vs. Jeremy Stephens. The Pay-Per-View portion of the UFC 205 card includes Raquel Pennington vs. Miesha Tate, Yoel Romero vs. Chris Weidman, Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz, Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson, and the main event of Eddie Alvarez vs. Conor McGregor.

Even though the Rashad Evans vs. Tim Kennedy and Kelvin Gastelum vs. Donald Cerrone fights were pulled from this card, the event still looks stacked from top to bottom. I’m actually familiar with at least one fighter in every fight! That’s a first in a long, long time.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims with Fight Pass

If you’re in the United States, the televised prelim portion of the card is available to watch on Fox Sports 1. In Canada, they’re on TSN 2. In other countries around the world where the UFC has TV deals, they will be aired on those particular channels. What I’m getting at saying is that the UFC has television deals around the world which restricts it from simultaneously live streaming its televised prelims on its very own streaming service, UFC Fight Pass.

With a DNS service like Unlocator and your UFC Fight Pass account, you can live stream tonight’s televised prelims, even if you’re getting a “blacked out” message. This can be done by using the aforementioned DNS service Unlocator to disguise where you’re located. When you alter your DNS servers, the UFC looks to see where you’re from, sees that you’re not in a country where it has a television deal, and then opens up UFC Fight Pass to you, allowing you to live stream the televised prelims when you would otherwise be subjected to its region locks.

I’ve been doing this for nearly two years now using Unlocator. It’s cheap to become a member with monthly, six-month, or twelve month subscription plans available. If you’re new to the service, you can become a member for a week for free. Unlocator is honestly an indispensable service if you’re a cable cutter and a UFC Fight Pass subscriber like me.

Unlocator is easily configured on many devices, from desktop and laptop computers, cell phones and tablets, iPhones and iPads, streaming devices, video game consoles, and even routers. Regardless of how you’re watching UFC Fight Pass, there’s an option to use Unlocator with it.

Please visit the Unlocator website for more details and to subscribe for your free week. Watch the fights with me tonight!

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 205: Alvarez vs. McGregor kicks off at 7 PM ET on UFC Fight Pass with two fights, followed by the televised preliminary fights at 8 PM ET with four fights, concluding with the main card at 10 PM ET on Pay-Per-View with five fights.

Here are the devices to use so you don’t miss any of tonight’s action:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, Nvidia Shield Android TV, or the Xiaomi Mi TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Sling TV
If you’re a subscriber to the Sling TV television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 204: Bisping vs. Henderson 2

UFC 204: Bisping vs. Henderson 2 is a decent card, but not a great one. To be honest, it could really be a UFC on Fox card if there wasn’t a belt on the line. But there is, and it’s Dan Henderson’s last change to finally obtain UFC gold before retirement. He destroyed Michael Bisping the first time they met back at UFC 100, but will he be able to do it again? I think he can, but Bisping will fight smarter than he did in their first bout. I take Bisping by decision.

The co-main slot features Vitor Belfort vs. Gegard Mousasi which could be interesting the first few minutes to watch Vitor flurry before gassing. If he can’t finish him in that time, we could be in for a snoozer of a fight. The rest of the main card features Ovince Saint Preux vs. Jimi Manuwa, Stefan Struve vs. Daniel Omielanczuk, and Mirsad Bektic vs. Russel Doane. Further down the card we have Brad Pickett vs. Iuri Alcantara and not a whole lot else of note.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims with Fight Pass

Chances are that if you’re a UFC Fight Pass subscriber you’ve tried to live stream fights through Fight Pass and received a “blacked out” message. This is because the UFC has television deals around the world in many countries, and those deals prevent the UFC from live streaming its own fights on its own streaming service. The TV stations want you to watch the fights on their station. An antiquated notion, indeed.

There is a way to skirt around this regional restriction, fortunately. A DNS service like Unlocator will trick the UFC into thinking you live somewhere else. So, if you’re in Canada and see the “blacked out” message, just plug in Unlocator‘s DNS servers on your device and then the UFC will think you live somewhere that doesn’t have any regional restrictions. The “you are blacked out” message will then be replaced with “watch now”, allowing you to watch the restricted fights through your existing Fight Pass account.

Unlocator works on any type of technology, from phones and tablets, computers and laptops, streaming devices, and you can even configure your router so every device in your home can use Unlocator‘s servers. You won’t just benefit with UFC Fight Pass, though. Unlocator supports many streaming services around the world, including Sling TV, Hulu, Netflix, and many more. Check out the Unlocator website for more details.

Unlocator is a subscription service, and if you’re new, there is a seven-day free trial available so you can see just how it works before committing. When you’re ready to sign up, Unlocator is available in month-to-month, six-month, or twelve-month subscription options. I’m a yearly subscriber to Unlocator for going on three years now and can honestly say it’s indispensable if you’re a Fight Pass subscriber and cable cutter.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 204: Bisping vs. Henderson 2 kicks off this Saturday, October 8, 2016 at 6:30 PM ET on UFC Fight Pass with two preliminary fights. The Fox Sports 1 televised preliminaries start at 7 PM ET with three fights, and the main card starts at its usual time of 10 PM ET with five fights on Pay-Per-View.

Here are the devices you can use to live stream UFC 204 and all other UFC events using the UFC.TV and Fight Pass app:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, Nvidia Shield Android TV, or the Xiaomi Mi TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Sling TV
If you’re a subscriber to the Sling TV television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 202: Diaz vs. McGregor 2

UFC 202 is finally here!

I’m rather excited, mainly because I won’t have to hear about McGregor vs. Diaz after Saturday night. I am assuming (and hoping) that Diaz wins yet again. If McGregor does manage to claim the victory–and I don’t see how, since I doubt he would improve that much in just a few months–then we have to go through many more months in the lead-up to the rubber match between the two.

The rest of the card is decent, but nothing mind-blowing. There’s a lot of talk that this card will be the highest-selling one in UFC history, but I don’t see how. As of Friday morning, there are still a lot of unsold seats left in the arena, and I don’t feel like there is as much buzz around 202 compared to UFC 200 or even compared to the first time Conor and Nate met.

The rest of the card includes fights like Anthony Johnson vs. Glover Teixeira, Donald Cerrone vs. Rick Story, Cody Garbrandt vs. Takeya Mizugaki, Neil Magny vs. Lorenz Larkin, and a bunch of other guys I don’t know/don’t care to see.

Like I said, a decent–not amazing–card.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims with Fight Pass

If you’re a cable cutter and want to catch the lackluster televised preliminary fights, there is a way to do this through your UFC Fight Pass account, even if it’s showing up as being “blacked out” due to the UFC’s television deals with a broadcaster in your region.

I’ve been using Unlocator for a couple of years now. This is a DNS service that makes you appear as if you’re located somewhere else in the world where your Fight Pass account isn’t subject to regional restrictions. When configured, Unlocator will allow you to log into Fight Pass to live stream otherwise “blacked out” content. This includes the televised prelims tonight, and all other UFC content that airs live on television and is blacked out on Fight Pass.

Unlocator works on any device you own, including desktop and laptop computers, cell phones and tablets, media streaming devices like the Nexus Player or Nvidia Shield Android TV, and it can also be configured at the router level. It’s as simple as entering in two DNS server addresses into the options of your preferred device and then logging into Fight Pass. You can literally be up and running with Unlocator in minutes.

Unlocator is available with a monthly subscription, or you can prepay for six months or for a full year. If you’re new to the service, there’s even a seven-day free trial so you can test the service before committing to a subscription.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 202 kicks off Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 6:30 PM ET with three fights on UFC Fight Pass, followed by the televised prelims at 8 PM ET with four fights, and the main card Pay-Per-View begins at 10 PM ET with five fights.

If you’re a cable cutter, you can use one of these many devices to live stream the fights and not miss a minute of the action whether you’re at home or on the move:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Sling TV
If you’re a subscriber to the Sling TV television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 200: Tate vs. Nunes

Tonight we have the most epic card in UFC history. This event is stacked from beginning to end. Literally every fight is worth watching, and here they are: Miesha Tate vs. Amanda Nunes, Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt, Daniel Cormier vs. Anderson Silva, Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar, Travis Browne vs. Cain Velasquez, T.J. Dillashaw vs. Raphael Assuncao, Julianna Pena vs. Cat Zingano, Kelvin Gastelum vs. Johny Hendricks, Sage Northcutt vs. Enrique Marin, Joe Lauzon vs. Diego Sanchez, Thiago Santos vs. Gegard Mousasi, and Takanori Gomi vs. Jim Miller.

Does it get any better than that? I suppose Daniel Cormier vs. Jon Jones 2 would have been better, but we all know what happened with that situation.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims with Fight Pass

With a card this stacked, you want to make sure you can catch all of these fights. If you’re a cable cutter, to do this, you’ll need two things: a UFC Fight Pass account and a DNS service subscription.

With your Fight Pass account, you can purchase the Pay-Per-View and watch the Fight Pass prelim fights. The televised prelims will likely be blacked out from watching on your Fight Pass account, but did you know there is a way around this?

With a DNS service like Unlocator, you can make it appear as if you live in a part of the world where the UFC has yet to secure a television deal. In these countries, the UFC allows Fight Pass subscribers to watch televised events through Fight Pass since there is no reason to black them out. There are no television deals in place that would prevent the UFC from streaming the fights through Fight Pass.

Unlocator might sound like it’s complicated to configure, but anyone of any technical proficiency can configure Unlocator within minutes. It works on a variety of products like streaming devices, cell phones, tablets, computers, and it can be configured at the router level as well.

Unlocator is available with a seven-day free trial, so if it sounds too good to be true, give it a try without spending a cent. I’ve subscribed to Unlocator for nearly two years and heartily recommend it to any fight fan who’s a cable cutter.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 200 takes place tonight on Saturday, July 9, 2016 starting 6:30 PM ET with the Fight Pass preliminary fights, followed by the Fox Sports 1 televised prelim fights at 8 PM, and the Pay-Per-View portion of the event starts at its usual time of 10 PM ET.

Here’s a list featuring a handful of the many devices you can use to live stream the fights if you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Sling TV
If you’re a subscriber to the Sling TV television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale: Team Joanna vs. Team Claudia

The second of three UFC events in just as many days features another title fight, this time between strawweights Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Claudia Gadelha. Will Brooks vs. Ross Pearson, Doo Ho Choi vs. Thiago Tavares, Fernando Bruno vs. Gray Maynard, and John Moraga vs. Matheus Nicolau are a handful of the other fights on tonight’s card that are worth checking out.

How to Watch the Main Card with Fight Pass

Tonight’s main card airs live on Fox Sports 1, which means if you live in a country where the UFC has a television deal in place, it will be blacked out from watching in your UFC Fight Pass account.

However, with a DNS service like Unlocator, you can “spoof” your location to make it look like you live in a place where there is no UFC television deal. This opens up the fights to live stream through your existing Fight Pass account.

You may already use a DNS service to access American Netflix or Hulu when you reside outside the USA, for example. If you don’t currently subscribe to a DNS service, I encourage you to check out Unlocator.

I’ve been an Unlocator member for going on two years now and use it exclusively for watching blacked out fights on my Fight Pass account. Unlocator can be configured on a wide range of streaming devices, tablets, phones, computers, and even routers. You can be up and running and watching blacked out fights literally within minutes, and there is a seven-day free trial available if you’re new to the service.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale will air live on Friday, July 8, 2016 starting at 6:30 PM ET on UFC Fight Pass, followed by the televised prelims at 8 PM ET on Fox Sports 1, concluding with the main card at 10 PM ET, also on Fox Sports 1.

Here are just a few of the devices you can use to live stream all of tonight’s action:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights and the main card on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Sling TV
If you’re a subscriber to the Sling TV television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights and the main card on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC Fight Night 90: dos Anjos vs. Alvarez

Tonight, the UFC is holding its first of three events in three days. The main event of tonight’s UFC Fight Pass exclusive event features a lightweight title fight between Rafael dos Anjos and Eddie Alvarez. I will admit that aside from the main event and the co-main event of Derrick Lewis vs. Roy Nelson, there’s not a whole lot on this card that intrigues me. That’s not surprising though, since there are many other great fights taking place tomorrow and on Saturday at UFC 200.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC Fight Night 90: dos Anjos vs. Alvarez takes place tonight, Thursday, July 7, 2016 starting at 6:30 PM ET with the preliminary fights, followed by the main card at 10 PM ET. This is a Fight Pass exclusive event, which means that if you’re a cable cutter and want to watch all of tonight’s action, all you need is a Fight Pass account and a device with the UFC Fight Pass app. Here are just a few of the many devices you can use to watch the action:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping II

It’s really a shame that Chris Weidman had to pull out of his title fight with Chris Weidman because of his back. It’s also too bad that Jacare Souza couldn’t take his place, also due to injury. What we’re left with is a rematch between Luke Rockhold and Michael Bisping, despite the first fight between the two being dominated by Rockhold, finishing Bisping with a one-arm guillotine less than a minute into the second round.

Fortunately, I will happily watch Bisping lose once again, and it doesn’t hurt that both the main card and the televised preliminary fights are composed entirely of bouts that I’m genuinely interested in watching. These include the aforementioned Luke Rockhold vs. Michael Bisping middleweight championship fight, the Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber bantamweight championship fight, along with fights between Max Holloway and Ricardo Lamas, Dan Henderson and Hector Lombard, Bobby Green and Dustin Poirier, Clay Guida and Brian Ortega, Alex Caceres and Cole Miller, Jessica Andrade and Jessica Penne, and Beneil Dariush and James Vick.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims with Fight Pass

Does the UFC have a television deal with a channel in your country of residence? If so, you won’t be able to live stream tonight’s Fox Sports 1 televised preliminary fights through your Fight Pass account. Because of these television deals around the world, the UFC must black out these fights from streaming live on Fight Pass. The television providers want you to pay for their channels, not watch the fights for free through Fight Pass.

Fortunately for us cable cutters, there’s Unlocator.

Unlocator is a DNS service that can be used with many streaming sites like Netflix, Hulu, Sling TV, and even UFC Fight Pass. Unlocator lets you access content that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to watch. For example, Unlocator will let you access Hulu if you live in the UK, or Sling TV if you’re in Australia. Unlocator also removes the blackout restrictions from your UFC Fight Pass account if you live in a country where a UFC television deal is in place.

I can recommend Unlocator because I’ve been using the service for nearly two years now. It works on everything from your computer, cell phone, tablet, streaming device, or you can even configure it on your router to ensure every device in your house is using Unlocator’s DNS services. You can literally register for Unlocator and configure the devices of your choice within minutes.

Give Unlocator a try tonight with its seven-day free trial. After you see how well it works and how easy it is to use, upgrade to the one-month, six-month, or twelve-month subscription option. It’s a must-have if you’re a cable cutter and UFC fan.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping II takes place today, Saturday, June 4, 2016, starting at 6:15 PM ET on UFC Fight Pass with four prelim fights. The televised prelims follow at 8 PM ET with an additional four fights, and the main card Pay-Per-View portion of the event will start at its usual time of 10 PM ET with five fights.

Here are the devices to use so you don’t miss any of the action tonight:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC Fight Night 88: Almeida vs. Garbrandt

There’s yet another UFC event this weekend after a two-week layoff, featuring some decent fights considering it’s a free card. The fights I’m interested in include Thomas Almeida vs. Cody Garbrandt in the main event, Renan Barao vs. Jeremy Stephens in the co-main slot, along with Tarec Saffiedine vs. Rick Story, Lorenz Larkin vs. Jorge Masvidal, Josh Burkman vs. Paul Felder, Jessica Eye vs. Sara McMann, Jordan Rinaldi vs. Abel Trujillo, and Bryan Caraway vs. Aljamain Sterling making up a handful of the preliminary bouts.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims and Main Card with Fight Pass

If you’re in a country that the UFC has a television deal with, you’ll find that live streaming the fights through your Fight Pass account isn’t possible. In America, this TV deal is with Fox. In Canada, it’s with TSN. If the fights are airing live on TV, chances are you won’t be able to live stream them.

That is, unless you use a DNS service like Unlocator.

Unlocator is a service that many people use to access American Netflix from outside the USA, or to stream Hulu when they don’t live in the United States. This DNS service can also be used to open up Fight Pass to allow live streaming of otherwise blacked out events. This is achieved by making it look like you live in a country where the UFC has no television deals.

You might be thinking such magic will be hard to configure if you’re not a technological wizard, but that’s not the case. Unlocator is easily configured on virtually any device including computers, routers, cell phones, tablets, and streaming devices. You can literally be ready to use Unlocator within minutes.

You probably think such a service must cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month to access, but that’s not the case. Unlocator is available to test drive with a seven-day free trial, or you can subscribe for well under $10 per month. Six-month and yearly plans are also available when you realize how well Unlocator and Fight Pass go together.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

The fights kick off tomorrow night on Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 6 PM ET with two UFC Fight Pass preliminary fights, followed by four televised preliminary fights at 7 PM ET, concluding with six fights on the main card at 9 PM ET.

Here are many of the devices you can use in addition to your computer to live stream tonight’s fights:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

PlayStation
You can watch live UFC events on your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

PlayStation Vue
If you’re a subscriber to the PlayStation Vue television streaming service, you’ll be able to watch the televised preliminary fights and the main card on the Fox Sports 1 channel.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 198: Werdum vs. Miocic

UFC 198 is a great card, one that’s arguably better than UFC 200, even after losing the Anderson Silva vs. Uriah Hall fight due to injury. What remains is still a fantastic event.

The fights I’m looking forward to the most include Vitor Belfort vs. Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza, Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino vs. Leslie Smith, and Corey Anderson vs. Mauricio “Shogun” Rua on the main card, Matt Brown vs. Demian Maia, Nate Marquardt vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos, and Rob Font vs. John Lineker on the televised prelims, and Patrick Cummins vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira on the Fight Pass preliminary fights.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims and Main Card with Fight Pass

If you’re a cable cutter and a UFC Fight Pass subscriber, there is a way to catch the televised portion of tonight’s event in addition to live streaming the Fight Pass prelims and main event through your existing Fight Pass subscription.

First, you’ll need an account with Unlocator or another DNS service. This will bypass the UFC’s regional restriction on live streaming content that is simultaneously airing on television. The UFC enforces regional blackouts because it has television deals around the world. If something is airing live on TV, the UFC can’t live stream the fights on Fight Pass. However, Unlocator makes it look like you aren’t subject to the regional blackouts, allowing you to live stream televised content through Fight Pass.

Unlocator can be configured on many devices including cell phones, tablets, computers, game consoles, streaming devices, or even your computer. Configuration takes just a few minutes and you don’t need to be a technical wizard to use Unlocator, either.

Unlocator is available with a seven-day free trial if you wish to test the service before subscribing. Once you realize how awesome Unlocator is–I’m a subscriber, too–you can purchase an account in one-month, six-month, or twelve-month options.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 198 kicks off tonight, Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 6:30 PM ET with three Fight Pass prelim fights, followed with four televised preliminary fights, and then the main card Pay-Per-View portion of the card begins at 10 PM ET.

Here are some of the devices on which you can use UFC Fight Pass to live stream all of the UFC 198 action:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

Playstation
You can watch live UFC events on your Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.

How to Live Stream UFC 197: Jones vs. Saint Preux

This was supposed to be the card where Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier met for a second time to see who the real light heavyweight champion of the UFC is, but unfortunately DC got hurt and had to pull out of the fight, so we will have to wait for the rematch in the coming months. Ovince Saint Preux agreed to take Daniel’s place, and now we have an interim light heavyweight bout headlining UFC 197.

Some other interesting fights on the card include a flyweight title fight between Demetrious Johnson and Olympian Henry Cejudo in the co-main event slot. Edson Barboza vs. Anthony Pettis is sure to be a barnburner, and Rafael Natal vs. Robert Whittaker and Andre Fili vs. Yair Rodriguez round out the main card. Action earlier on the card includes fights like Chris Kelades vs. Sergio Pettis, Carla Esparza vs. Juliana Lima, and Efrain Escudero vs. Kevin Lee.

How to Watch the Televised Prelims and Main Card with Fight Pass

If you’re visiting this page, chances are you’re a cable cutter without a traditional cable or satellite subscription and you want to know how to live stream the fights. This is possible, with your UFC Fight Pass subscription and a DNS service.

A DNS service is something that you might already use. It lets you access region-restricted content that would otherwise be inaccessible. Many people around the world use a DNS service to access American streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Sling TV. The same DNS service can also be used to live stream the televised preliminary fights through UFC Fight Pass.

Typically, most people around the world will be greeted with a “blacked out” message when they try to live stream televised preliminary fights through UFC Fight Pass. This is because the UFC is blocking access to the live stream in countries where it has a television deal with a local broadcaster. A DNS service bypasses this blackout and unlocks the fights for live streaming in UFC Fight Pass.

If you’re unfamiliar with DNS services, they can be easily configured on many devices, from phones and tablets, to streaming devices, computers, and even routers. You don’t need to be a technical whiz to set one up, and most users can configure a DNS service within minutes.

I use and recommend Unlocator. I have used this particular service for going on two years now and use it exclusively for unlocking blacked out televised live UFC streams. I subscribe to Unlocator‘s one-year plan, but there are also six-month and month-to-month subscriptions available. If you’re a little uneasy about paying for something without trying it first, rest easy. Unlocator also has a seven-day free trial for new users.

Here’s How to Live Stream the Fights

UFC 197: Jones vs. Saint Preux will kick off Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 6:30 PM ET with three fights on UFC Fight Pass. The televised preliminary fights begin at 8 PM ET with four fights, followed by the main card on Pay-Per-View at 10 PM ET.

If you’re a cable cutter and want to live stream all of the action, these are the devices you’ll need to do just that:

Android TV
If you have an Android TV device like the Nexus Player, Razer Forge TV, or Nvidia Shield Android TV, there is now a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available. Simply find it in the app store and install. Many TVs also feature the Android TV operating system and these can also be used to install the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app.

Amazon Fire TV
There is now an official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app available for all of the Amazon Fire TV devices. Install via the device’s app store.

Chromecast
If you have a Google Chromecast, you can stream the event to your Chromecast through your Apple iPhone or iPad or with your Android device through the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app, or by visiting the UFC.tv website on your computer.

Roku
If you have a Roku, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to watch the fights on your television.

Apple TV
Download the official UFC.tv and Fight Pass app for the Apple TV to watch UFC and Fight Pass content on your television without the need to use AirPlay from your web browser or iOS device.

Xbox
If you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you can download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app and watch live events directly from your Xbox 360 your Xbox One console.

Playstation
You can watch live UFC events on your Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 through the Sony Entertainment Network. You will need to install the Live Events Viewer on your PS3 or PS4 to watch the fights live.

Smart TVs
If you have an LG or Samsung smart TV, search for “UFC” in the television’s app store to download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app to stream the fights live. Sony TVs which feature the Android TV OS also have the UFC.tv app for Fight Pass access and live streaming events.

Smart Phones and Tablets
This is probably the least ideal way to watch a UFC event, but if you’re stuck and need to watch the fights on your phone or tablet, simply download the UFC.tv and Fight Pass app from Apple’s App Store for your iOS device, via Google Play for your Android device, or if you’re a one of those poor souls using a Blackberry, you can also find a UFC.tv and Fight Pass app in Blackberry’s App World.