UFC 276 is just around the corner. We’ll explain how to live stream Adesanya vs Cannonier live online, anywhere in the world. We’ll also reveal how to save money by making the most of free trials.
UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier is coming this Saturday, July 2, with a live streaming event. This UFC event will be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with the early prelim fights starting at 18:00 ET (15:00 PT / 23:00 BST), and the main card set to begin at 22:00 EST (19:00 PST / 03:00 BST). Below, we’ll explain how to live stream UFC 276 from the US, Canada, the UK, or anywhere else abroad.
This post will only recommend official sources for watching UFC 276. Pirated versions are prone to DMCA take-downs mid-stream, as well as laggy and low-resolution viewing experiences. Unofficial streams can also put your security at risk. Instead, we recommend you use the official streaming sources we’ve detailed below.
The platforms showing UFC 276 are all region-locked, meaning you’ll need a VPN to watch your usual services while traveling abroad.
Most of the services showing UFC 276 are region-locked and you’ll see an error message if you try to use them abroad. However, with a VPN, accessing geo-restricted content like the Adesanya vs Cannonier fight is easy. Follow the steps below to watch UFC 276 from abroad (outside of the US).
Here’s how to live stream UFC 276 online from anywhere:
- First, sign up for a suitable VPN. We particularly recommend NordVPN although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are both high-quality alternatives.
- Download and install the VPN software, making sure to get the correct version for your device and operating system.
- Choose one of the official sources from the list below.
- Connect to a VPN server in the appropriate country. You’d use a US server to unblock ESPN+, for instance, or a Canadian server for TSN.
- Play a video on your chosen site. In most cases, it will begin immediately. If it doesn’t, you can fix most issues by clearing your browser’s cookies and cache then refreshing the page.
Adesanya vs Cannonier will be broadcast live and as such, we strongly recommend testing your VPN with the steps above well before it’s due to begin. This way, you’ll have plenty of time to get help from your VPN’s customer support team if anything goes wrong and avoid missing the start of what’s sure to be a very exciting event.
How to watch UFC 276 on US TV
ESPN (and partially the UFC) hold the broadcast rights for the Adesanya vs Cannonier fight in the US, and as such, the main fight card will be shown on ESPN+. UFC 276 is a pay-per-view event. As such, you will need a fight pass — in addition to a basic ESPN+ subscription. This costs $6.99 USD a month or $69.99 a year (for the ESPN subscription) and $74.99 for the PPV.
Here’s how to watch UFC 276 in the US:
- Early prelims: ESPN+
- Prelims: ESPN2 (available via ESPN+ as well as with FuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.
- Main event: ESPN+
It’s worth mentioning that all of the above services are geo-blocked. As such, you’ll need a VPN to use them abroad. NordVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to try it completely risk-free.
Where else can I watch UFC 276 live online?
MMA has grown in popularity over the last few years and now has a huge international audience. Below, we’ll let you know how to live stream UFC 276 from outside of the US.
Watch UFC 276 in the UK
BT Sport is the current rights holder for UFC events broadcast in the UK. Don’t have BT Sport? No problem: you can just sign up for the online-only pass, which costs £25 per month. Unfortunately, though, this doesn’t come with any kind of a free trial.
You’ll be able to watch the prelims and the main event live on BT Sport Box Office. However, UFC Fight Pass lets you stream the prelims and early prelims live for £6.99 per month, with the main card fights coming two days later.
BT Sport is only available in the UK, so you’ll need to use a VPN to get a UK IP address if you’re currently abroad.
Watch UFC 276 in Australia
Australian fight fans can purchase streaming access to the main fight card through Main Event or Kayo. Either way, it’ll cost you $54.95 AUD, plus an extra $25 per month for a Foxtel Now subscription if you don’t already have one.
Alternatively, you can sign up for UFC Fight Pass and then purchase the main event through UFC Pay Per View — this is the only way to stream the early prelims.
These services are region-locked. To use them abroad, you’ll have to connect to an Australian VPN server.
Watch UFC 276 in Canada
If you’re hoping to watch UFC 276 live online in Canada, you’ll need to use a mixture of services.
To get the early preliminary matches, you’ll have to create an account on UFC Fight Pass for $9.99. The Preliminary matches, however, are only available through TSN or RDS. You can get access to TSN through a cable provider or as a standalone service known as TSN Direct. Unfortunately, TSN Direct does not come with a free trial, and you cannot get a refund after signing up for the service. TSN/RDS Direct costs $19.99 CAD per month or $7.99 per day.
Finally, if you want to watch the main fight card, you can purchase access through UFC’s Pay-Per-View service. This requires you to shell out $64.99 CAD. The main event is also available through BELL, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink PPV options.
A VPN is going to be a handy thing for fight fans traveling in Canada. First, it’ll allow you to use the above services if you’re abroad. Additionally, If you sign up for UFC Fight Pass you can connect to a VPN server in the UK to get both the prelims and early prelims without having to use TSN Direct.
UFC fans in Germany and Italy will be able to enjoy the entire main event on DAZN (with the prelims and early prelims available on UFC Fight Pass). You can get DAZN in the US for $20 per month.
Due to anti-VPN measures implemented by DAZN, we cannot guarantee any VPN options currently work with DAZN’s Germany, Italy, or Spain libraries.
UFC 276: full schedule
|Early Prelims||Uriah Hall vs Andre Muniz||Middleweight|
|Jessica Eye vs Maycee Barber||Women’s Flyweight|
|Brad Tavares vs Dricus Du Plessis||Middleweight|
|Jessica-Rose Ckarj vs Julia Stoliarenko||Women’s bantamweight|
|Prelims||Brad Riddell vs Jalin Turner||Lightweight|
|Robbie Lawler vs Bryan Barberena||Welterweight|
|Ian Garry vs Gabriel Green||Welterweight|
|Jim Miller vs Donald Cerrone||Welterweight|
|Main Card||Pedro Munhoz vs Sean O’Malley||Bantamweight|
|Sean Strickland vs Alex Pereira||Middleweight|
|Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway||Featherweight title bout|
|Israel Adesanya vs Jared Cannonier||Middleweight title bout|
UFC 276 FAQs
How do I get UFC 276?
The best streaming options for UFC 276 depend on your location. If you’re in the US, you’re in luck because this UFC event isn’t pay-per-view. As such, you’ll only need an ESPN+ subscription. UK fans can watch via BT Sport while in Australia, you can stream Main Event on Kayo Sports.
How much does UFC 276 cost?
Many countries are showing this fight on services that offer a free trial period. This allows you to navigate your way around free trials to get the early preliminary and preliminary fights. But in some countries, the main card event costs money via PPV (up to $75.99). Note that this is not the case for the US where you’ll only need an ESPN+ subscription (this costs $6.99 a month). Another exception is select EU countries with DAZN, where the entire fight is available on DAZN with a free trial, or at a low per-month cost.
Who’s fighting in UFC 276?
Adesanya and Cannonier are headlining the UFC 275 event. Down ticket, you’ll be able to see other well-known fighters, including Sean O’Malley and Max Holloway.