UFC 287 live stream: How to watch Pereira vs Adesanya 2

The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Miami today for the first time in 20 years. There, at the Miami-Dade Arena, Alex “Poatan” Pereira will defend his newly won title against former champion Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya. This title rematch is the fourth meeting between these two fighters, and since it’s a pay-per-view event, you’ll need to sign up to ESPN+ to watch UFC 287 at home. That’s right: there’s no free UFC 287 live stream, it’s not legal, anyway.

Watch the live stream of UFC 287 on ESPN Plus


UFC 287 is the big pay-per-view event of the April MMA promotion. The league typically airs one of these PPV shows each month (with a few exceptions, like last month when fans got two pay-per-views), and in the US the only place to watch UFC PPV events is ESPN+. The American sports broadcaster launched the best boob streaming app in 2018 and since then it has become the number one place for all MMA fans who want to watch UFC fights online.

However, it is a paid service and currently costs $10 per month or $100 per year after a recent price increase. The UFC pay-per-view also recently received another price increase and will now cost you $80. If purchased separately, a one-year ESPN+ membership and the UFC 287 PPV would total $180. However, prior to these pay-per-view events, new subscribers can get an ESPN+ annual membership along with a $125 UFC PPV ticket, with this unique package saving you $55.

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The two main event contenders are due to meet at UFC 287. Although billed as Pereira vs. Adesanya 2, this is actually the fourth meeting between the two fighters, it is only their second meeting within the UFC. Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya came to MMA from kickboxing and fought in the Glory of Heroes promotion. There, Pereira faced Adesanya twice, easily defeating him both times. Both men would later join the UFC, where Adesanya would become the middleweight champion, successfully defending his title five times before the two met again at UFC 281 last November. There, Pereira triumphed for the third time over Adesanya and won the middleweight title. Of all the opponents The Last Stylebender has faced in the ring, Pereira has proven to be his toughest challenge and Adesanya has some serious work ahead of him if he is to avenge his past losses and reclaim his championship belt tonight.

For the main event, former welterweight title contenders Gilbert Burns and Jorge Masvidal, both unsuccessfully challenging Kamaru Usman for the belt, will meet in the Octagon. The odds are heavily in Burns’ favor, as the 38-year-old Masvidal seems to have hit a wall in recent years. The veteran fighter has lost his last three fights, the last of which was at UFC 272 this past March, where he was defeated by Colby Covington. A few weeks later, the two got into an argument at a Miami restaurant, culminating in Masvidal being charged with damages. Tonight will show if Masvidal, a fan favorite and holder of the iconic UFC “BMF” championship belt, can reverse his recent misfortune and get his fighting career back on track.

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Watch UFC 287 live stream from abroad with VPN

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While streaming services have made it easy to watch live sports online, they don’t completely circumvent regional streaming restrictions. This means that if you are traveling or living outside of the US, you may not be able to access ESPN+ and watch the live stream of UFC 287 as you normally would, but there is a workaround. A virtual private network, or VPN, can route your online traffic through a remote server (in this case, one located in the US) to allow you to bypass geographic streaming restrictions with ease.

One of the best VPN services and our favorite for streaming is NordVPN. After signing up, all you have to do is install the app on any device you’ll use to watch UFC 287 online, connect to one of NordVPN’s servers in the US, sign in to your ESPN+ account, and start streaming. convey. Not only will this make it look like you’re watching a live stream of UFC 287 in the US, but all of your online activity will be completely private via end-to-end encryption. Even better, it’s on sale right now, getting you a subscription for just $3.30 a month if you prepay for a two-year plan.

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