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UFC 241 live stream FREE: How to watch Daniel Cormier vs Stipe Miocic without paying a penny – The Sun

DANIEL CORMIER and Stipe Miocic face off in a rematch for the UFC heavyweight title TONIGHT.

Before Cormier defends his belt Nate Diaz returns to the octagon for the first time in three years against old rival Anthony Pettis.

When is UFC 241?

UFC 241 is on TONIGHT – August 17.

UFC 241 will be held at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, United States.

The main card begins at 3am BST, with the prelims getting underway before at 11.30pm BST.

What TV channel and live stream is UFC 241 on?

UFC 240 will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport 1 tonight.

The coverage starts at 1am, when you can catch some of the prelim fights.

You can also live stream it on BT Sport's app and BT Sport's website for subscribers.

Then two hours after the prelims the main card begins at 3am BST.

Can I live stream UFC 241 for FREE?

EE mobile customers can catch the entire event for FREE on your mobile, as part of a new subscription plan.

You can get three months' worth of BT Sport on your EE phone and tablet when you text SPORT to 150, register for BT ID and download the BT Sport app.

You can cancel the subscription at any point during the trial.

What is tonight's full card?

Main Card (BT Sport 1 from 3am)

  • Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic (heavyweight)
  • Nate Diaz vs. Anthony Pettis (welterweight)
  • Paulo Costa vs. Yoel Romero (middleweight)
  • Gabriel Benitez vs. Sodiq Yusuff (featherweight)
  • Derek Brunson vs. Ian Heinisch (middleweight)

Preliminary card (BT Sport 1 from 1am)

  • Devonte Smith vs. Clay Collard (lightweight)
  • Raphael Assuncao vs. Cory Sandhagen (bantamweight)
  • Christos Giagos vs. Drakkar Klose (lightweight)
  • Manny Bermudez vs. Casey Kenney (bantamweight)

Early Preliminary card (UFC Fight Pass)

  • Hannah Cifers vs. Jodie Esquibel (women strawweight)
  • Brandon Davis vs. Kang Kyung-ho (bantamweight)
  • Shana Dobson vs. Sabina Mazo (women flyweight)

 

What have they said?

Cormier: "This fight can be the last fight. I'll win the fight this weekend and see what happens.

“The reality is, if I have to walk away from this thing after Saturday, I'm OK with it.

“I've accomplished so much. My family is excited with the prospects of me being around more."

Diaz: "I'm here as a businessman and a natural-born killer. I'm here to get the job done, and he (Pettis) is the guy to do it on.

"They (the UFC) have been trying to degrade me the whole time I've been out, they're trying to put me low on the card against not very big names.

"It don't matter. I believe I'm the main event in any even they got."

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